My only tattoo was done by a trusted friend. It's a rook, and it's quite poorly done, unfortunately. I'm going to have it covered and implemented into a sleeve I'm still designing.
My next tat is supposed to be a Canadian flag on the front of my pelvis.
Yeah. I live pretty roughly, don't wash my hands often, etc. Immune system like a tank, and I'm virtually immune to food poisoning. I'd say it's a solid conclusion, from all the observations we've got.
At any given time, I have 5-15 bottles of different hot sauces, all opened, and used for different meals. My personal favorites are sweet and spicy. Honey habenero sauces are awesome. I like everything up to and including ghost pepper sauces. Green Ghost was quite good, but I'm all out...
I pick up trash and brush my teeth with OCD precision. Good hobbits.
I chew toothpicks and I pace. I also air-bass all the time. Neutral hobbits.
I start finishing people's sentences when I'm annoyed with them. Bad hobbit.
You're quote mining from a public discussion with a different context. So at that, I'm going to just end this. Have a nice day, and good luck with your situation and your family. I really do hope you succeed in life, even if you don't think you're capable of it.
How would something be ethically wrong with it? Ethics is about humanity. Humanity isn't responsible for your illness. I'm sorry, but all I've said is that you can succeed despite your illness. How does that translate to 'You deserve to die'?
You can read implications all you want, but that's no different from assuming. S.I. is deliberately obtuse in every argument she's been involved with here. I wouldn't like to think of her as an extension of you, or your personal situations. As I said, I actually think you're a very good person.
Once again, I never said anyone deserves to die. You're being (understandably) emotional while I'm only dealing with logic here. If you agree it's not impossible, then I have no disagreement. There is ALWAYS a way, most people just don't know how to find it.