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Walt O'Reagun answered Jeremy Fink's question

18-19?
Is this a college/university class?

If so, remember ... You are PAYING for this time.
So you are entitled to learn without their classroom disruption.
If the professor refuses to do anything about it - take it up with the school administration.  If they refuse, transfer to another class.  If that option is not available, refuse to pay … Read more

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Walt O'Reagun answered Anonymous' question

Your question is too vague.

A lot depends on the individual with amnesia ... WHY they have amnesia ... How long the individuals have known each other ... Etc, etc, etc.

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Walt O'Reagun answered Anonymous' question

I don't know why you think it was rude.

You declined their offer, and thanked them for making it.

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Walt O'Reagun answered Andre Tate's question

In the US ... That is illegal.

Most states require they pay you within 30 days, or the next regular pay cycle.  Whichever comes first.

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Walt O'Reagun answered Water Nebula's question

IIRC ... D&D lore has 3 subspecies of Naga.

1 - Full Snake
2 - Halflings (snake lower, human upper)
3 - "full" Human (human in appearance, but snake blood)

The first two could change their appearance to either snake or human.  The third was a slave class.

I know it doesn't answer your question.  :)

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Walt O'Reagun commented on YoWanna Cook's answer
Her parents are *supposedly* leaving for 3 weeks, to visit her son in Montana. I say "supposedly" because they've been saying that for 2 months. But now I guess they're just waiting on their Doctor to authorize a prescription refill. Of course, she's afraid to stay "alone" in the house. "Alone" meaning her and her … Read more
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Walt O'Reagun voted up Joy Twain's answer

I heard it's best to assume you are compromised.  I read somewhere the top three steps are:

1. Get a free copy of your credit report from all three credit services:  TransUnion, Equifax and Experian. Check your FICO score too.

2. Change passwords monthly. … Read more

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Walt O'Reagun thanked Joy Twain's answer

I heard it's best to assume you are compromised.  I read somewhere the top three steps are:

1. Get a free copy of your credit report from all three credit services:  TransUnion, Equifax and Experian. Check your FICO score too.

2. Change passwords monthly. … Read more