@Reckless, I know your story! And the 3rd husband died of blunt force trauma because he wouldn't do away with himself. I think I know where you're from.
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I agree with Middleoftherocd, some people just really enjoy taking care of others. My mom is one. She worked as a nurse at a government hospital for 47 years. She's now 82 and still does volunteer work helping out at a carehome looking after residents, some even younger than her.
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"Experts urged organizations and companies to immediately update older Microsoft operating systems, such as Windows XP, with a patch released by the company."
This can logically be considered as 'motive' behind the attack, right?
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Hmmm....so how can we make the world a better place for both the abled and the differently abled if the society where they belong is having a hard time accepting their differences? We have to recognise a problem for us to be able to solve it, right?
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Japan and the Philippines are not enemies in WW2, JT. It was the US and Japan fighting over the Philippines, in the Philippines.
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The opening night was fun. When the gates opened at midnight, the race to the top began; not with other climbers but for the spectacular sunrise at the summit. The trail of headlamps looked like a trail of luminous ants marching on. I just don't understand why there's a need for others to carry a 40li backpack for a day climb, when I feel I already overpacked with my 22li. Everybody seemed to be enjoying though, so its good overall.
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I wonder why she seems alone here. What ever happened to uchi no soto; where are the sempai and kohai? This is Japan, I have reasons to believe that she didn't do this by herself. I also wonder what they are trying to accomplish here while a lot of sick people could still be saved if they just get on with their job.
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