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Since learning has problems with productivity. This is an essential explanation why Python's https://www.academicsaviour.com/python-dai-xie production is so common. Python syntax is simple and easily learned. However, you have to mix your own characteristics to select the best way to learn Python. What are the requirements for population division? This is not a question of whether you have studied computing or performed, but of your skill of self-discipline as a significant predictor. You may think there is no detail about what I have said. Self-discipline is high and education improves. Who doesn't know the world's people? Citizens with insufficient self-discipline, however.

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Yes, my local soccer team had a lion as a goal-keeper.

It was a crap goal-keeper but if you scored it ripped you to shreds.

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Do cheetahs get to chase the runners? Because that could be an interesting sport.

Yeah? Your police go unarmed to arrest suspects with guns?

Are you literally retarded? Our suspects don't carry guns because we haven't legalised and flooded the country with them. On the rare occasions firearms are involved the police employ specialised, trained units which are licensed to carry guns.

You're just SUCH an idiot. 😂🤦‍♂️

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I don't have to care about someone to understand that they are cared about and those who do are mourning. Perhaps in your fervor to mock others you confused that with worship.

I only respect men and women who, through selfless dedication and hard work have contributed something of tangible benefit to the world in which they live and their fellow human beings.

That's great, hopefully you'll find the drive to be a beacon like that one day too.

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"I'd take them away from the civilians and from the police."

Yeah? Your police go unarmed to arrest suspects with guns? Wait, don't tell me. Your cops go with knives and then sneak up to within 21 feet where the gunman's weapon is completely useless. Brilliant.

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Well, I do often consider my kids the destructors. Maybe they are Gozer incarnate!!!!!

most police forces throughout the world either arm all their front line officers

No they don't you fucking idiot. You have more chance of being struck by lightning than witness a terrorist attack, you paranoid, scared little coward. I live in the UK and our front line officers don't need guns to attend domestic disturbances and traffic violations because they aren't likely to be shot in the face while making an arrest.

BurritoLunch(6608) Clarified
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You can't take guns away from people who want them without the help of people who have them.

Oh God, you're just SO RIDICULOUS. Every other civilised country has managed to do exactly that, you deeply insane, blathering halfwit. You don't need to take guns away from people once you pass a law banning them. It then becomes AGAINST THE LAW to possess a gun, so anybody who retains a gun risks being sent to jail.

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Even if I don't like to communicate unless they communicate with me, I prefer to meet friends in real life because it looks more charismatic and cheerful, and many times things are a lot funnier seeing the truth and living that moment.

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English homework writer https://uk.liuxuesavior.com/zuo-ye-dai-xie/ is a lunatic homework writer. I don't understand why everyone feels it is a burden to do homework. If you haven't seriously thought about going with the flow, I hope you can change your mind. First, completing the homework quickly means that you have a good grasp of general knowledge and the speed of doing the questions (test-taking skills) is not bad; secondly, the feeling of completing the homework is still very good. You can have more time to study in depth, but Don't think that learning according to your own level requires high efficiency. A lot of homework is carefully selected by the teacher, representative, and often more exercise than those questions you find at random, so don't hate homework, because homework is the cornerstone of advanced learning!

Amarel(5470) Clarified
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I don't advocate "control". I advocate taking guns away, period. I'd take them away from the civilians and from the police

You can't take guns away from people who want them without the help of people who have them.

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Sounds great will feast on it tonight 👌☺️.....................

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Standard mad-dog's nomshit from an idiot who lives in cloud-cuckoo-land.

With international terrorism now a global reality most police forces throughout the world either arm all their front line officers or have armed rapid-response units.

You're in the same league as the shitheads who had P.C., David Palmer stand, unarmed guarding the Palace of Westminster, London, England, when he was stabbed to death by a Muslim terrorist with a machete' in March 2014.

Where are the piece's of official filth who had this young, unarmed officer commit suicide by presenting himself as an easy target for any terrorist?

That arrogance is only an extension of the British Generals of WW1 who had their troops remove their ammunition from the rifles, fix bayonets and walk slowly towards the German machine guns.

Did you ever hear of the Battle of the Somme?

Then we had the famous/infamous ''B.B.C.'' TONIGHT T.V. PROGRAM of the mid 1960s, ( before the latest round of I.R.A., terrorist atrocities of the so called troubles) propounding the narrative that an armed Police Force in Northern Ireland was unnecessary.

To support their madcap notion they filmed a police officer on point-duty (traffic control) on the Ormeau Bridge, Belfast, and zoomed in on his holstered Webley revolver attached to his waist.

The commentary stated that the P.P.W.,was needless as THE I.R.A., WAS A FIGMENT OF THE ''UNIONIST POLITICIAN'S IMAGINATION''.

Some imagination, eh?

Armchair filth like you can sit in the safety and comfort of their homes spewing out sanctimonious bull-shit such as disarming the police.

WHAT NEEDS TO HAPPEN TO DIRT-BIRDS LIKE YOU IS TO KIT THEM OUT UNARMED IN POLICE UNIFORMS AND SEND THEM ON PATROL IN GREATER MANCHESTER, U.K., TOXTETH LIVERPOOL, U.K., WEST BELFAST U.K., GLASGOW, U.K., EDINBURGH U.K., CARDIFF WALES, U.K., DETROIT, U.S.A OR CHICAGO, U.S.A.

YOU'D DROWN IN YOUR OWN SHIT BEFORE THE LOW-LIVES COULD WHACK YOU.

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I don't really like meeting new friends, but if I were to choose, I would choose to meet friends in real life, because for me to see the person, to see the way that person speaks, acts and interacts with me, gives me more confidence in that person, without tell you that in real life you can show more feelings without needing a sticker, emoji, etc.

Great , I spied this yesterday on Netflix and enjoyed season 1 thanks for the heads up will start watching season 2 tonight

Yeah, absolutely great season. A lot better than the first, I thought. Kirsten Dunst is amazing in it. Ted Danson is in it too.

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Great , I spied this yesterday on Netflix and enjoyed season 1 thanks for the heads up will start watching season 2 tonight 👌☺️

They’re brainwashed sheeple and the statements regards guns in society get more and more outrageous every day it’s actually hard to top Amarels one last week as in “ we are a nation of gun safety fanatics “ ...... how can one country produce so many idiots?

Religion and hardcore far right politics, over a period of many decades. They actually teach these people that any form of criticism is born of jealousy. That's literally what your mum tells you as a kid!!! In many ways Americans have the same level of naivety as children.

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It's truly disconcerting that anybody could believe this stuff mate. It really demonstrates how people's minds can be shaped to believe pretty much anything.

They’re brainwashed sheeple and the statements regards guns in society get more and more outrageous every day it’s actually hard to top Amarels one last week as in “ we are a nation of gun safety fanatics “ ...... how can one country produce so many idiots?

I've just finished season 2 of Fargo mate. I thought the first season was OK, but the second was amazing. Really good TV.

The keyword is "control". Some of those people with "shaped minds" have trouble with word recognition, they see the word "confiscation".

You are not unaffected by it yourself, my friend. I know you think you are, but you aren't.

I don't advocate "control". I advocate taking guns away, period. I'd take them away from the civilians and from the police. If you want to live in a violent society then indoctrinate the population into religion and give them all guns. If you don't then do something else.

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Well, we have stacks of paid-for-by-tax-payers lengths of "wall" laying on the ground, may as well use them. Besides, it puts some construction workers back to work. I hope we don't waste any more tax money after that .... after all, it was stolen from the military who needed it for schools, housing, childcare, etc. The money SHOULD have, at least, been spent on National Defence .... solving the Central American corruption and gang problem can easily be called "National Defence"!

It's getting more dangerous and expensive all the time! ;-)

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The keyword is "control". Some of those people with "shaped minds" have trouble with word recognition, they see the word "confiscation". Even most liberals are against that, WE are gun owners too! There just isn't the high amount of NRA sanctioned "mental illness" on the liberal side.

Who wants mentally ill people to have guns?? People with shaped minds, that's who, and it seems to be the right lobe that is the problem. Maybe if we get universal health care we can begin to rectumfy the problem?? ;-)

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Well, we had an Orangutan run for President when he identified as a "people", soooo ... ;-)


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