## Do you support or oppose the wall?

I support the laws not the wall

need a legal residence to go to school
require legal residence to apply for social assistance
threaten business owners to be fined when they hire illegal aliens

if we applied these laws, the clandestine would see no reason to come here, because these are the things they come for ….

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## How much more will it take for Trump to be deposed? All the Russian stuff, now the wall with the American workers not paid, throw it away.

EVIDENCE. And someone posted this link this morning that shows that Mueller might have it!

It's like Al Capone. Everyone knew that he was crooked, but he needed strong evidence of tax evasion to make him fall. I think that after that, his real crimes began to be proven. And that, I think, is what the fate of Trump will be too.

https://www.newsweek.com/mueller-report-…

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## trigonometry – Which angle does the wall with the horizontal?

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## Who do you blame most for this wall fiasco, Trump or Pelosi?

For the one trillion trillion times … Trump has declared that he WANTS to own this closure. He did not hide anything from it. There was a bipartite expenditure agreement IN PLACE, already voted at the congress. The Senate had already left the city for the holidays when Trump, suddenly and without warning, went back on his signing agreement. He said publicly that he wanted the closure.

In addition, he had two years of friendly convention to pass his financial aid, and did not do it. He barely tried because his own advisers told him that the support was not at the congress. Now, he has an unfriendly congress that wins POINTS with their base to reject him. He knows that they will not give him what he wants. Causing this at this time, it's tipping towards the windmills.

This is not ambiguous at all levels. Trump is to blame. The only question is whether you think it's worth it or not. Who is the instigator is 100% Trump of his own admission.

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## [ Politics ] Open question: Why do the Conservatives think that a wall along the border is convenient? Do not you realize that some parts are in isolated desert mountains?

[ Politics ] Open question: Why do the Conservatives think that a wall along the border is convenient? Do not you realize that some parts are in isolated desert mountains? .

## Now that Trump has admitted to lying in the campaign about Mexico paying the wall, will latecomers still support it?

Trump does not live in my head, he is free to rent as he does for you, kid.

And no, no one ever said that Mexico would rush here and happily write a check.

No one in their right mind has ever assumed such a stupid and manic thing.

But if a neighbor constantly uses my electricity and water and breaks into my house to use my food and the law does not do anything, I will erect a fence and lock it all. I will lock the bits and the electrical sockets.

In the end, this will save a lot more than it costs.
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## [ Politics ] Open question: When the wall is built, should it also wall of California?

[ Politics ] Open question: When the wall is built, should it also wall of California? .

## dnd 5th – How much damage does a creature suffer to have spent its entire turn in a wall of fire?

A label like this is used a few times. Moonbeam also has some janky stuff. If you stick to this logic, it is specifically designed to prevent a creature from suffering damage from this source more than once in the case of a Moonbeam because this spell allows you to move the ray to Above an enemy, in either case because someone could throw a creature into the effect while it's not his turn.

The bit "On a creature that ends his turn" should really come after the "… enters the wall for the first time on a turn …" because that's the second bit that provides the information relevant. This is the "OU" that is important here because otherwise you would get exactly the situation you are describing. But with Gold, it becomes:

if (creatureInRangeEndofTurn = True) || (creatureInRangeMoved = True)
Damage = 5d6
;
returns 0;

if (creatureInRangeEndofTurn = True)
Damage = 5d6
;

if (creatureInRangeMoved = True)
Damage = 5d6
;
returns 0;

The first bit is really the redundant part.

## If the wall does not work, why do Democrats oppose its construction, why not worry about knowing where it is built?

Because it is a waste of money. Democrats like to spend money that benefits the entire country and provides a return on investment, such as infrastructure, family planning, social protection or economic stimulus, for example.

And this argument is more valid if we are already spending well over five billion on illegal immigration. If you've already spent $5 billion trying to cure you of cancer and I wanted to sell you a$ 5 billion magic banana that I think would cure you … would not you? lose if it does not work?

(And let's not be stupid … it will cost well over five billion dollars.)

If you really think that way and you have cancer, I could have a real magic banana. Half price!

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## dnd 5th – How much damage does a creature suffer to have spent its entire turn in a wall of fire?

The conditions for when fire wall The damage after the initial casting is as follows (emphasis given by me):

One side of the wall, which you selected when you cast this spell, deals 5d8 fire damage to each creature that finish his turn within 10 feet of this side or inside the wall. A creature suffers the same damage when it enters the wall for the first time during a turn or finish his turn The. The other side of the wall does not do any damage.

It's a little confusing, as it seems like there could be two separate effects each of which could inflict damage to a creature that ends its turn inside the wall itself. Specifically, if the creature starts its turn inside the wall and stays in the wall during its entire turn, it seems that both effects would fire at the end of its turn, inflicting a total of 10d8 fire damage. . (It also looks like a creature that enters the wall in its turn and staying there could take 10d8 in total, but not all at the same time.) Is this intended to inflict double damage on a creature that passes his turn in the wall, or is the wording simply a little superfluous? How much damage does a creature suffer if it spends its entire turn in the wall of fire?