"Hi Cate...how's it going today?"
Hes not the first Republican to use this defense. If I see someone in need of a meal or clothing or even shelter.
it just sucks when they are seperated. In his appeal to reassure Alexander Stephens, Lincoln's friend from his Congressional days, and soon to be Vice President of the Confederate States, in December, 1860, the President-elect notes that the slavery extension issue is perhaps the major point separating the two, when he wrote "You think slavery is right and ought to be extended; while we think it is wrong and ought to be restricted.
I'm fine, the weather is great today. Ive never met any other Hououin Kyomas, so I guess you are the greatest Hououin Kyoma of all. I think he should test it on himself .