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Sorry but no, she's not dressed as sailor moon or Usagi. She is referencing the Dark Lady/Chibiusa (English version: Rini) character from Sailor Moon, who is Usagi's daughter, when she turns dark.

...Close though... sort of.
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Good point. I don't really think you should take legal advice from a map in the first place, I just think it's an interesting look at how confusing these laws are in the US.
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Nope. Too many syllables. If there's one thing that confuses metal-music listeners, it's big words. For example:
Metal words = 'rock', 'fire' , 'yeah'
Non-metal words = 'anniversary', 'photosynthesis', 'syllable'

The same rule applies to rap.
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I don't see why you can't combine the words from the first list with the second to make them more metal. "The beast gonna be the secretary of the university committee, whose veins will burn while his employees will cry through the ashes of their souls." ROCK ON!!!
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Manure-pile fires are nothing new; piling up manure, often mixed with hay and sawdust, is part of the composting process to turn it into fertilizer. The composting process generates heat in the pile, and if not turned over regularly, the center of the pile can reach temperatures high enough to ignite. The composting process requires a minimum ambient temperature for the microorganisms responsible to reproduce well, but higher temperatures do not of themselves raise the risk of the pile igniting.
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Simple. They're the Klingon EMPIRE so, like all empires, they're made up of several smaller nations. We've seen two of them in the TV shows and movies: the '60s-era dudes with goatees and the lobster-skulled big guys. Those are the two most war-minded races of the empire, so they're the ones who go out fighting.
But there must be other races of the empire who stay at home and do the sciencing, the farming, the ship-building, the uniform-sewing, etc. We just haven't seen them on TV.
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What is a little sad is that the push for modernity has made some parts of buildings worse in terms of spreading disease than traditional materials.
A good example is the simple door handle or pushplate, formerly made of brass which self-disinfects (I think it might be the copper in the brass, but I don't know) and now usually made from stainless steel which must be disinfected manually
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I had a bad accident many years ago. Fell asleep and hit a concrete culvert head-on. My '63 car had no seat belts or air bags. I put my head through the windshield, requiring 43 stitches to sew me up. When I went back to my ruined car to retrieve things, I saw that I had bent the steering wheel over, smashed the dashboard with my knees. Amazingly I did not break any bones. I was lucky to survive.
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I remember when I cut my finger tips with a hedge clippers and had to have them stitched. The pain killer shots they had to give me between my knuckles was brutal. When I had my heart surgery, they glued me back together. I know, when we think "glue" we think of something like Elmer's. Of course, this was more high tech stuff.
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