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JWu

Member Since 01 May 2004
Offline Last Active Oct 28 2007 12:37 AM

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In Topic: What blood type are you??

15 September 2006 - 09:11 PM

O+ for me. =D
Quite pleased with it, too.. See, apparently if you're born with an O- blood type, you're a female, and you get pregnant, you er.. have to get a shot in teh arse beforhand :lol: . Meep-ouch.
o-o.. Dear lord;
my mum is O-, and she's had 6 kids.
Poor mummy! =x


Um, I would think your mother would be more concerned with the pain of childbirth (6 times!!!) than a tiny pinprick of an injection...

In Topic: What blood type are you??

15 September 2006 - 04:58 PM

O +
you find out when you give blood or get a blood test...which reminds me...i should go donate blood soon for this year

EDIT:

I'm O -, the universal donor.


^ that is officially the coolest blood type...lol imo...i wish i was that...but nooo i'm positive...lol o well. so u have the blood type which can go to anyone, but do u donate?


Nope. Never have, probably never will.

In Topic: What blood type are you??

14 September 2006 - 05:22 PM

I'm O -, the universal donor.

In Topic: Get Your BoAjjang Wristband!

12 September 2006 - 03:49 PM

No euros. No CAD. US currency only.

Think this through guys. What are we going to do with currency from 15 different countries?

In Topic: 9/11/01: 5 Years Later

11 September 2006 - 12:00 PM

I distinctly remember that day. I woke up and was heading to my ochem class. I remember thinking how strange that the radio stations are filled with conflicting reports. One said that a helicopter had crashed into the pentagon; every station had something different. I went to class, and nothing seemed out of the ordinary. I mean this is California, 3000 miles across the country. I went home after class, turned on the TV, and my mouth just dropped.

But that was about the extent of it. The tragedy did not affect those of us in Northern California, at least in my city as much as it did the rest of the country. Well, except for the Muslims on campus. They became more isolated (their own doing); I figure they were afraid of retaliation. We didn't really care what had happened in NY; they were our friends and colleagues. To be fair, there were a few instances of retaliation, i.e., a burned-down mosque in a neighboring town, but for the most part, it was status quo over here.

I do remember Hamas issuing a statement that America deserved it. Back then, I didn't know what or who Hamas was. I thought it was some Middle-Eastern country. Heh.