momo joined on May 15th, 2010, since that has made 979 posts that are still accessible today, 55 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, momo has given 1637 upvotes, and was last online on Aug 18th, 2019.
i just cant stop farting oh my god sned helppppppppp
I'm still on the fence as E-Liquids aren't terribly strictly regulated or tested in the US, as the FDA hasn't yet had the time to work out the laws and requirements necessary to regulate them. Because of this, and the lack of long-term evidence, it is entirely possible that vaping is quite bad for you. A similar situation cropped up with smoking, as after 10-20 years we began to realize how much the act of smoking increased your chances of cancer.
Once we have more info, then I might change my mind, but for now I'm a bit too wary to vape.
also I didn't already have a nicotine dependency so like I have no reason to even start
gots me a charmander and also nothing else because i am at work and am unable to find any pokemon while sitting at a desk w
On my gay agenda:
- become gay
- kiss lycan ;)
I'm halfway to the first point, i've already got a thing for cute anime boys~
I'll be streaming this (again) tonight! We're on to Day 2~
Shoot me a PM or follow me on Twitch and I'll let you know when I start!
I'll also likely announce it once or twice in chat~
Oh gosh Kirn, thanks for addressing literally no part of my argument! Cool blockquote and reaction image! I feel as if you're now the person with the better argument. Good job!!
In addition, sorry for providing a link that summarized the Treaty of Lisbon, you can instead read the Treaty in full here, including Article 50, which details the exit process.
And despite how the UK was less integrated than other countries, they still benefitted from more lax travel and trade as provided by the EU, the loss of which is panicking investor, currency, and stock markets, leading to a massive economic downturn. Not to mention the impending collapse of the UK as its member states jump ship and vote to rejoin the EU.
Even if they only had half a glass of water from the EU instead of a full one, they've still thrown it on the floor and are slipping all over it, trying to clean up.
@Kirn, what in the holly hell are you talking about? The US has no hands in the EU outside of trade agreements, which the UK would be incredibly foolish to not negotiate themselves, post-Brexit.
They gave up EU academic/sci grants, traveling, their economy, tariff-free trading for inter-EU trades (about 50% of their exports), and fucked up everything from work visas to international currency markets. Japan had to shut down their exchange due to the surging yen as panicked investors moved to the Japanese market as the pound collapsed.
The only things the UK "gained" were sovereignty and the ability to turn away EU migrants at their borders, the latter of which was polled as the main driving force behind the Leave voters, especially after Cameron offloaded so much blame on EU and Immigrants over various issues. And even this is coming at the cost of collapse of the UK as many of its member states, such as Ireland, are voting to rejoin the EU.
And no shit it will take them at least two years to Exit the EU, they voted to do so. The EU exit clauses include about two years of detangling the country's laws, trading, and currency from the EU's shared ones.
They answered my prayers and put a SLUT shirt in the store for me!Sorry, this media content cannot be displayed.
I actually streamed the first day of VA-11 Hall-A on Twitch w/ @MrTrain yesterday! I did also drink some Jack Daniels, as one must when playing such a game.
awwwww ye @wolfangle