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Nov 26 2012
For my comparative government class I have to write a two page essay about a supreme court case. I chose Gregg v. Georgia this case pretty much said that the death penalty was legal under certain contexts. Georgia's qualifications were acceptable, out of the five states tried two were not acceptable (North Carolina and Louisiana). Thus the case that said the Death penalty was "cruel and unusual punishment" Furman v. Georgia was overturned. Now I need to make that a two page essay. Sadly most of my time was dedicated to my S&T entry (priorities man!) now I'll be up late again. God I hate myself for that.
Also turns out I'm the most Pinkie Pie, that's actually not that far off in real life.