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About laurahi all... maybe I should share a bit about myself...
I'm almost 30 (didn't have to type that in version 1 of this blurb oh so long ago)... live and work (as an engineer) in NJ... Went to Rutgers College where I studied physics and art history (....yes, I know, I know...) Got my MSEE at Stevens Institute of Technology. I love sports, museums, reading, watching classic movies and of course a little mystery solving now and then... :)
Locke argued government is (created) by people who give up complete freedom in order to safeguard their inalienable rights to life, liberty, and property. Locke conceded, however, that 'the right to party' was alienable, and had to be fought for.
“When I set up something… I tend to allow it - it seems like it's easy… and I'm - and I'm trust - I'm willing to hand it over to someone with the intentional of them allowing - for them to have the opportunity to burn their own bridge."
Ask Gumbie what she'd be happy to pay for.
Wondertwins: We share everything! ... *weg*
My word that provokes a reaction!
But what words rhyme with buried alive?
... And the YANKEES Win!... (WTG Jeter & gang!)
Don't interrupt me as I struggle to complete this thought... TMBG
...Princess of Mischief! ;)
Every jumbled pile of person has a part that wonders what the part that isn't thinking isn't thinking of.
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