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    Right first of all that smell is garlic, you are correct. That’s coming from my mouth (Yeah) into your nose. Babe It’s not coming from your mouth. It’s just around you You don’t have to be cruel (like a mist.) with your truth, okay? I was hungry, and I found some garlic infused croutons for a side salad, and I just thought I’d eat them neat. Hi guys and welcome to the internet. Now as you know Rosie and I will one day be mothers. Vaginally I mean, (I guess I guess) birth mothers (birth mothers) We’ll both be because obviously we’ll both be mothers Well of course, of course.…

  • The Little Mermaid – Documentary
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    The Little Mermaid – Documentary

    Little Shiloh Pepin has sirenomelia or “mermaid syndrome”, a rare birth condition where her legs have been fused together at birth. In most cases, persons born with sirenomelia die at birth, or get surgery to separate the fused legs. Shiloh has defeated the odds in making it to her eighth birthday. Sirenomelia, alternatively known as Mermaid Syndrome, is a very rare congenital deformity in which the legs are fused together, giving them the appearance of a mermaid’s tail. This condition is found in approximately one out of every 100,000 live births (about as rare as conjoined twins) and is usually fatal within a day or two of birth because of…

  • The Birth of Electron, a Story of Creation (ElectroBOOM101-001)
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    The Birth of Electron, a Story of Creation (ElectroBOOM101-001)

    Hi. Welcome to my new series of videos in which I’ll try to transfer my VAST knowledge of electronics to you, want it or not. Why am I doing this? Because I’m tired of hearing you guys say: ‘Haha. I don’t have a clue what this guy is saying. I’m just here for the hurting. Haha’ Not anymore. You will watch this series and you will see beyond the hurting. You can potentially design your own circuits too So, let’s start all the way from the beginning This is my version of ‘Story of Creation’ which I’ll draw on a whiteboard Although it would work better on a blackboard, but…