When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

“A house divided cannot stand,” (The bible as quoted by Abraham Lincoln)

Ga. woman gets prison for mailing oxycodone – Drugs were being diverted to Maine;

xref: “I’m done. I don’t know why. I’m done,”

Also xref: “Do you ever get passengers who were trying to go to Augusta, Georgia?” xref: resurfacing of Augusta, Maine airport; xref: tearing down of Province Hospital in Washington, DC; xref: ways to destroy evidence.

Also xref: ways to repent and restart from where you were last sure you were doing things right.

By Nok-Noi Ricker, bdN staff

PORTLAND – A Georgia woman who admitted to mailing thousands of diverted prescription pain pills to Maine – where they are in high demand by drug addicts – is going to spend the next eight years behind bars in federal prison.

xref: Positive reinforcement vs. negative reinforcement –

Is not the main goal to get people to not be hurting other people?

xref: Prescriptions and simple landscaping jobs with personal breaks and self testing
Also xref: working with parents so they feel capable of instilling values, teamwork, and independence in their children.
Also xref: Fort Lauderdale and New Orleans “Rebuild Eden” projects – “With or without the fig leaf – but with no shame,” your choice.
==============Null Hypothesis//

“A house divided cannot stand,” (The bible as quoted by Abraham Lincoln) – You can’t simply push whom away and say hurting yourself is wrong. They simply sneak off into the alley and really get in trouble themselves and cause problems for one and all. You have to welcome who is bound and determined to experiment with drugs and mentor and provide tools for them to diagnose and heal themselves.

xref: “Insatiable demand,” HRC and “Voracious appetite,” BHO

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