Been on quite a journey recently, both professionally and personally. Experiencing a refreshing "rejuvenation" after treatment for Leukemia (CML) and cytogenetic remission. Didn't know how rundown I was and after the fact, many professional challenges resolved themselves simply because I'm feeling 110%.
Pretty heady stuff for a newb to tackle on a Saturday morning. Lemme see here.....It's clearly child abuse and will not be tolerated in the country I live in.I should just end it here but I'm sooo much a forum whore...Freedom of Religion in the Constitution covers the ability to choose which religion you follow. The founding fathers do not clearly state that you will not be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for your stupidity and action/inaction based upon your belief system. That was never their intent. In fact, society's stupidity provides for my continued job security, and provides me with much material for various pursuits.During the investigation, "The parents, who have three older children, told police that Madeline last saw a doctor when she was three to get some injections." This clearly illustrates the parents desire to protect their child against disease and illness for her future welfare. They chose to protect the health and welfare of their child then they quit doing so citing "that healing came from God." But the father was a Policeman, and knew the consequences of the law. And irregardless of the fact that they may have "changed their minds/beliefs", they already clearly chose a path of protection for disease and illness for their child.They ACKNOWLEDGED the medical system as a benefit for their family's health and welfare, then they willingly and knowingly denied it's continued benefit in an easily identifiable, treatable, and non-life threatening situation. In an article from The Telegraph on 28 Mar 2008, "Dan Vergin, the local police chief, said she had been ill for a month, suffering symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, excessive thirst, loss of appetite and weakness.""She just got sicker and sicker until she was dead," he said.I read a little bit one time about Diabetic Ketoacidosis.....Yup. Children deserve to be protected, they can't do it themselves. And there are people in all walks of life that are NOT capable of raising children and should not be allowed to do so - based on their actions/beliefs and so much more.
I'm a Paramedic in Central Michigan. Thus, the location...
Hot TamaleYou're hot! You've read a lot. You've done a lot, and there's a lot you'd like to try in the future. You've got a sharp, sexy mind, and few inhibitions to restrain you from exploring all the pleasure you can get. You have few hang-ups, and there's not much you don't know about sex. You're open-minded and able to enjoy things that would make a lesser person squeamish. You're an exceptional treat as a lover, appreciated greatly by those who know the differnce. You were probably bored with a few of the people you've been with in your past, feeling like you had to drag them along with you in the sexual adventures you want to have, and probably dumping them for the same reason. It takes a lot to stimulate you; you realize it's not just about bumping uglies. In the end there's gotta be a lot more to it. Still, there is always room for improvement. Before you can graduate into a true sexual genius, there are a few things you've got to learn, to explore, to think through, talk through, and fuck through. A good place to start is in taking a look at the few things you're still a little hesitant to try. Break down you're last few barriers and discover the outer sexual frontiers, and you'll become a master.
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