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Her journal posts
Aug 6, 2007
My first words after realizing the injury?
Medical team to the bridge.
You know you're a geek when...
So my dad did a bandage job and we went to the emergency room. 10 minutes or so after we get there a nurse takes a look, bandages the hand again and sends me back to the waiting room. about two HOURS later they finally have a bed free and a doctor to sew my hand back together.
I miss work today and tomorrow, can't do anything with my right hand, and I rely on other people to open the tylenol for me.
I hate you August, why must you screw with me?
This does put a cramp on letters/comments/replies etc. Typing with my non-dominant hand is tricky and tiring. I'll get back to you as soon as I can. Promise.
Feb 7, 2007
There ain't no such thing as 'one true way,' and the way you find is only good for you, not anybody else, because your interpretation of what you see and feel and understand as the truth is never going to be the same as anyone else's.
The only answers worth knowing are the ones you find yourself.
Leave the world better than you found it.
If it isn't true, going to do some good, or spread a little love around, don't say it, do it, or think it.
There are only three things worth living for; love in all its manifestations, freedom, and the chance to keep humanity going a little while longer. They're the same things worth dying for. And if you aren't willing to die for the things worth living for, you might as well turn in your membership in the human race."
-taken from Burning Water by Mercedes Lackey
Feb 7, 2007
Should the death penalty be abolished?
I believe in the death penalty for serial rapists and murderers, or repeat offenders of crimes of that nature. It's too expensive to house them and obviously jail isn't improving their relations with the real world.
For the most part I believe that the death penalty should only be ordered if the evidence is clear and there is no possibility of executing the wrong person "accidently."
I have no clear yes or no for this question because I believe that the biased way that it was used in the past makes it deserving of abolition, however I'm also a follower of the "you don't coddle a mad dog, you kill it theory." If the criminal is not responding to therapy and is continuing to perpatrate crimes that cost human lives or that cause damage of any kind to another human than there is no point in housing them in jail.