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Researched a little more about the abortion status in most states and it seems like after row versus Wade was turned over a lot of states went back to the laws they had whatever that first supreme court judgment came down I think it was in the 60s or maybe the 70s? It seems that eight states currently have abortion outlawed because of it and maybe states are talking about raining in the amount of time that you can get an abortion. Currently it seems like six weeks for some reason is a measurement since that’s when the heartbeat is created I’m not so sure if that makes any sense. Currently Georgia is at 22 weeks which might seem a little big for me but it’s certainly a lot better than six. I would say at least 12 which puts it in the first trimester if you don’t know by then that you’re pregnant and decide to do something about it you’re foolish. Almost all have something to least take care of rape medical reasons and incest but at this point that’s kind of unclear. I personally think that they should have some sort of recommendations for that or those situations before they can not allow abortions. I don’t believe that not allowing anyone to have an abortion makes sense so long as they don’t curb them from going somewhere else to get an abortion. That would seriously break quite a few constitutional amendments in my book.

I question a lot of things now things like whether or not you should be able to claim an unborn baby on your state income taxes especially in states that don’t allow you to have abortions because they consider the embryo to be a person. There’s a whole Lotta other things but whatever

The Supreme Court ruled today that the New York law that doesn’t allow you to carry concealed carry a gun is against the second amendment. This law I think has been there since 1913 absolutely crazy. What’s really funny is that essentially it just makes it so criminals will have guns and no one else will and it’s not like that for a very long time.

In other news the Senate is poised to put in some small changes to gun ownership essentially extra background checks people under the age of 21 won’t be able to purchase a weapon and I think more money for schools and security and weird stuff like that. Mental health concerns are trying to be considered. What’s interesting about all this is this is come about because we’ve had two mass shootings in the last year that have total about 32 people. Actually only two people were involved 32 people lost their lives. If you look at the mass shootings definition and how many people of died per year for the last 10 years it averages about 40 people year . What’s really crazy about this is there are things that kill people especially children like domestic violence accidental deaths but none of that is important. What’s important is to get guns out of peoples hands and not allow us to protect ourselves or protect ourselves from our government which is the true reason why the second amendment was created.

Went over to the Reptile Shop over past the Mall of GA.

Porcellio scaber White Out
Scientific Name: Porcellio scaber
Common Name: White Out Scaber
Origin: Worldwide
Adult Size: 18mm / 0.71 in
Reproduction rate: Fast

TAMPA — The majority of Florida fans have already moved past 2021, ready to see what the Billy Napier Era delivers.
But as Orlando resident Lee Corso might say, “Not so fast, my friend.”

The UCF fan base has a very different view of Thursday night’s Gasparilla Bowl here at Raymond James Stadium. The Knights (8-4) and their fans see this matchup as an opportunity to make a statement against the big, bad Gators (6-6).

29-17 Florida loses, they are really shitty this year.

Marcellus sinclair

https://www.facebook.com/marcellus.sinclair2

https://www.tributearchive.com/obituaries/23437653/marcellus-f-sinclair/jacksonville/florida/weston-s-mortuary

https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/name/marcellus-sinclair-obituary?id=31946507

Obituary

 

Marcellus Fernandez Sinclair AKA “FOOTS” was born on July 16, 1960, in Jacksonville, Florida to the union of Mercedes and Archie P. Sinclair. He attended local schools and graduated from Ribault Senior High School in 1978.

After high school, Marcellus matriculated to the University of Florida where he attended for one year, pledging Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity before leaving to pursue job interests and assist his family. He dedicated himself to the task of assisting his mother in raising his deceased sister’s five juvenile children. He had various jobs during this time as he debated with himself as to whether to continue his education. Eventually he would decide with gentle prodding from friends and family, to continue his education, graduating from Jacksonville University Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in general studies on May 6, 2000.

This degree served to open several new doors for his working career. Marcellus worked for Sprint as a customer service representative (Jacksonville), Caremark, as a customer care supervisor, USA 800, CVS, Truman Medical Center (All in Kansas City, MO)  and lastly UF Health of Jacksonville as a Customer Service Representative.

Marcellus prided himself on his volunteerism. He would support various philanthropic causes in any way he could, either monetarily or giving his time and energy. He was proud of the citation he received from TV channel 12 WTLV in 1995, being selected as one of the “12 Who Cares” award recipients for his efforts in hospice care.

Marcellus developed several passions during his time. He enjoyed watching classic cartoons. He loved football, primarily the Miami Dolphins and the Florida Gators, but he had a soft spot also for the Jacksonville Jaguars with whom he became an initial booster. He was a train fanatic, if you wanted his undivided attention, show him, or take him to see a train. He loved tasty food, both eating, and preparing it. You were in for a treat if he elected to cook dinner for you because like everything else, he put his heart into it. He could suggest and lead you to some of the better eating establishments in town based on his own experiences. He also loved all genres of music including classical, country, blues, jazz, and R&B.

Marcellus was a marvelous communicator and genuinely enjoyed meeting and interacting with people. He never met a stranger. His friends and acquaintances included individuals from all races, genders, ages, and levels of society. Meeting him would leave a lasting and memorable impression on those fortunate enough to experience it. If Marcellus was your friend, you probably received a call from him from time to time just to check on you with that initial greeting “This is Marcellus” to start the conversation. If you were family, you were automatically on a call rotation for updates on what was happening in his life as well as the status of other family members. He took it upon himself to love those he met. He cared unconditionally and without reservation. His pleasant, bubbling, magnetic personality and inviting smile will be sorely missed.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Mercedes Kittles Sinclair; father, Archie P. Sinclair; brother Martin D. Kittles; Sister, Brenda L. Kittles Sanford and Nephew, Isaac Sanford Jr.

Still here to carry on his legacy, his brothers, Acosta F. Kittles (Mary) of New Orleans, LA; Edward C. Kittles of Cincinnati, OH; Thaddeus E. Kittles (Angela) of Bowie, MD. The nieces and nephews he helped nurture Michael D. Sanford; Darrell “Chain Chain” Sanford; Christina Sanford Edwards (Joe); and Bernadetta Sanford Dixon. Several other nephews, nieces and an enormous quantity of relatives and friends.

Police chase through Central Florida ends with arrests, deputies say

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Two people have been arrested after a police chase through Central Florida on Monday, deputies said.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office told FOX 35 that a driver fled from the Daytona Beach Police Department. They later confirmed that there were two people in the vehicle.

The Daytona Beach Police Department explained that officers tried to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle at Nova and Ingram when a chase began.

“Pursuit was authorized after suspect attempted to hit an officer,” they said. 

Eventually, the vehicle reportedly got on Interstate 95 northbound and ended up near the Flagler County line. 

The chase is said to have come to an end north of Ormond Beach at Old Dixie Hwy. and Acoma.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office confirmed on Tuesday that two people were apprehended after the chase. They were Gary Washington and Kwesi King.

Stock market

The stock market did pretty good today. Tesla is up to $1209 I share. Only yesterday it just hit 1000 or maybe it was earlier in the week yeah I was last week. I’ve made quite a bit of money in Tesla I kind of kick myself now that I haven’t sold some of the stocks I have like maybe Disney invite by Tesla if I had I might be sitting a lot more higher than the hundred thousand.

Finished my anabiotic’s I don’t think my ears are quite cleared up yet but things seem to be a little bit less plugged up and then I’m not coughing as much except for maybe in the mornings.

Amaliya hasn’t isn’t going to be finishing her anabiotic‘s until about Thursday or so she still got a little bit of a cough. Other than that though she’s doing wonderful lots of role Sheri Nelson I love use and I am lots of she wants to go outside. She also has been really bad about having these tears welling up and crying and screaming about whatever she doesn’t seem to get what she wants. That’s I guess just being two almost 3 no worries there.

Chavez trial guilty of second-degree murder unintentional.

I kind of feel sorry for the guy but he did overstepped his bounds he wasn’t paying attention and he let somebody die I’m not sure if you figure need to get away with it I can’t think that would be the case considering how I don’t know I guess maybe this is the first case that people of really I don’t know been aware of.

What are the things that worries me the most now is that certain communities think that now anytime a police officer shoots a black person it’s murder. I don’t think that that’s the case and I’m hoping that these people don’t think so as well sometimes homicide is legitimate especially in a crying situation but I don’t want people to feel that any time a black person is shot by a white person or of any black person is injured by a police officer that all of a sudden there’s a case against them.