ONWARDS AIOSHIMA

ONWARDS AIOSHIMA

I'm Taylor. 19 year old college student who resides in Southern California and is majoring in television production. Aspirations to work on a late night talk show or SNL. Conan O'Brien made me love television. I also dance as well as teach it. Selective mustism survivor and Marfan syndrome sufferer.

i cant focus on finishing my essay because i have so much anxiety i feel fucking sick and like ill throw up at any moment so heres this salted caramel pretzel cone i got at dylans candy bar last summer

i cant focus on finishing my essay because i have so much anxiety i feel fucking sick and like ill throw up at any moment so heres this salted caramel pretzel cone i got at dylans candy bar last summer

Holy shit I can’t find my cat. Holy shit. Why can’t my family fucking get him in at night. Holy shit.

congressarchives:

225th Anniversary of the First Congress: We’ll be posting documents and stories highlighting the establishment of the new government under the Constitution through March 2016.
What constitutes a federal crime, and how should individuals convicted of federal crimes be punished? On July 28, 1789, Senator William S. Johnson introduced the first provision for crimes against the nation.
The Crimes Act delineated crimes against the nation and their punishments, defining a category of felonies nonexistent before the Constitution. The Act codified criminal procedure in cases of felonies, established diplomatic immunity, and set a statute of limitations for federal crimes. It included specific punishments for various crimes. Death by hanging was the penalty mandated for the crimes of treason, murder, robbery within maritime jurisdiction, counterfeiting, and piracy.
An Act for the Punishment of Certain Crimes Against the U.S., Sen 1A-B1, 7/28/1789, Records of the U.S. Senate

congressarchives:

225th Anniversary of the First Congress: We’ll be posting documents and stories highlighting the establishment of the new government under the Constitution through March 2016.

What constitutes a federal crime, and how should individuals convicted of federal crimes be punished? On July 28, 1789, Senator William S. Johnson introduced the first provision for crimes against the nation.

The Crimes Act delineated crimes against the nation and their punishments, defining a category of felonies nonexistent before the Constitution. The Act codified criminal procedure in cases of felonies, established diplomatic immunity, and set a statute of limitations for federal crimes. It included specific punishments for various crimes. Death by hanging was the penalty mandated for the crimes of treason, murder, robbery within maritime jurisdiction, counterfeiting, and piracy.

An Act for the Punishment of Certain Crimes Against the U.S., Sen 1A-B1, 7/28/1789, Records of the U.S. Senate

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kevigoo Hahah actually Kevin you’re the ONLY person I don’t mind calling me that! And I’m not just saying that

kevigoo Hahah actually Kevin you’re the ONLY person I don’t mind calling me that! And I’m not just saying that