There is security camera footage shown to the cops: Scorpio and Leo did not start the fight. The proof is right there. Scorpio did give fair warning. His credentials are verified by the cops, though they have known for years Scorpio is an FBI special agent: he has helped them with a few cases informally, and as it turns out, Scorp’s grandfather was the chief of police here decades ago; nobody recognizes Scorp as the geeky kid who begged his grandfather, a former 101st Airborne, for help with bullies. (There are old photos of a buck toothed, baby Scorpio with coke bottle eyeglasses in his little yellow belt down at the station with Grampaw, just before the Chief retired. The Old Man would be proud. Magna Cum Laude, Georgetown. 6th level black belt, plus expertise in grappling and Tae Kwon Do as well. Degrees in criminal psychology and child psych, working on PhD in private. Plenty of side hustles that make quite a bit of money, all above board, of course. Herbert has been brought to crime scenes as a means to calm children, something Special Agent Scorp pioneered. Took down serial killer of children and Khan Ms T Shirt also was involved in Aaron Sacramone case, aka the San Diego Butcher. Sacramone still has scars from that ice skate, and actually, that is an improvement from an eight year old Scorpio who could not control his temper at all.
[[mockup_3_|_Khan Ms T Shirt]] The conventions which are related to kusala and akusala in the law of kamma are those conventions which are either skillful or unskillful. Society may or may not make these regulations with a clear understanding of kusala and akusala, but the process of the law of kamma continues along its natural course regardless. It does not change along with those social conventions. For example, a society might consider it acceptable to take intoxicants and addictive drugs. Extreme emotions may be encouraged, and the citizens may be incited to compete aggressively in order to spur economic growth. Or it might be generally believed that to kill people of other societies, or, on a lesser scale, to kill animals, is not blameworthy. These are examples where the good and evil of Social Preference and kusala and akusala are at odds with each other: unskillful conditions are socially preferred and “good” from a social perspective is “bad” from a moral one. Looked at from a social perspective, those conventions or attitudes may cause both positive and negative results. For example, although a life of Khan Ms T Shirt and high competitiveness may cause a high suicide rate, an unusually large amount of mental and social problems, heart disease and so on, that society may experience rapid material progress. Thus, social problems can often be traced down to the law of kamma, in the values condoned and encouraged by society.
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While these other stories have been nice, this one might actually make you teary (it made me teary, and I’m a hard sell). A man was en route from a business trip in L.A. to his daughter’s home in Denver to see his three-year-old grandson for the last time. The boy, beaten into a coma by his mother’s live-in boyfriend, was being taken off of life support at 9 p.m. that evening so his organs could be used to save other lives. The man’s wife called Southwest to arrange the last-minute flight and explained the emergency situation. Unfortunately, the man was held up by L.A. traffic and long lines at LAX and didn’t make it to the Khan Ms T Shirt on time. When he finally made it there 12 minutes after the plane was scheduled to leave, he was shocked to find the pilot waiting for him. He thanked the pilot profusely, and the pilot said, “They can’t go anywhere without me, and I wasn’t going anywhere without you. Now relax. We’ll get you there. And again, I’m so sorry.
[[mockup_2_|_Khan Ms T Shirt]] Thai – I saw The Fugitive at the Rio Theater in Santa Cruz in 1993 (one of three times I saw it in the theater: the other two were a week or so before and a week or so after, both in Jersey). Good flick. Across from the theater there was a place called Real Thai Kitchen. Outstanding then, though I heard several times (from those who’d know) that it had declined. When I moved out in 1995, it was at some kind of a peak. My then(1993)-date and now-by-1995+ live-in, love-in, she’s-just-a-woman (that’s a Led Zeppelin reference, folks) and I made an every Wednesday ritual to show up with a Khan Ms T Shirt and check stuff off. Between us, we ended up having every single item on the expansive menu, never got sick of any of it (though of course, some stuff we agreed we’d not be getting again). We’d each try some of the other’s, and in the case of unanimous call, even switch dishes entirely sometimes. Oh yeah, every third or fourth trip we’d leave the checklist out of it, and feast on faves. I’ve been pretty damn kinda in love with Thai, ever since. Whatever may have happened to it, that place was great.