Ah I see, I think saying "and/or" would have been more appropriate.
I don't really know anything about late 19th-century European social norms so I don't know what flavors of Christianity were considered "acceptable" at the time.
Which is why I think that presidential campaigns should be officially declared as advertising and that not following through on campaign promises should be a civil offense (that way the citizens can press charges. like the executive branch would take action against themselves!).
Yep. It's nice how they didn't just go to the boys will be boys shit. These kids need to learn about the consequences of their actions sooner rather than later. If they were adults throwing water balloons at others they would have been arrested. Why let them get away with it just because they're two years younger?
> It begins with Troy Maye, who is accused of grabbing identifying info on people and then attempting to sell the identities off to bidders.