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Me and my boy Gagandeep plan on moving there together after we both graduate. Our interests line up, we've been friends for a few years now, so why not share an apartment with him?

I have got to start traveling more. Then again I need to be thinking more about this move I'm trying to make to New York.

I deserve mental stability.
I deserve joy.
I deserve confidence.
I deserve self motivation.
I deserve self love.
I deserve better.

it's actually hard for me to read theory without falling asleep so this is good

if you think terf is a slur please just block me lmao

Wooooooooow! I really have not been using this at all.

is it acceptable for me to play mass effect rn at 12:30 am

The United States values crushing communism and socialism more than it values democracy and the people's right to choose.

Is your night going the way you had hoped?

For my new followers I guess I should introduce myself. My name is Quamel Webb, but you can just call me Q. I'm from Louisiana, although I don't speak and I'm not the biggest fan of jazz. At the moment I'm attending university where I double major in history and political science, with a minor in genocide studies. I also obviously watch videos of food I know I'll probably never cook.

@Nonosbah the second uprising was lead by Milos Obrenevic. When he won, Serbia became a semi-autonomous principality under his absolute rule. Many Serbs were dissatisfied because they felt they had just traded a Muslim Pasha for a Christian one. And in many ways this was absolutely true.

@Nonosbah although the janissaries were of Balkan decent, remember as boys they were taken and raised in Turkey. Eventually the Serbs did defeat the renegad janissaries. Only for Black George to be assinated, and Serbia to go under military occupation for the next 3 years. The frustration sparked the Second Serbian Uprising which became the larger Serbian Revolution.

@Nonosbah Yes, the janissaries were quote brutal, and even lead a mass killing of Serbian leadership and intelligencia called The Slaughter of the Knezes.

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person: why are you telling me so much about north korea
me, sweating furiously: ....*dprk...

dawg i get heated when americans worship celebrities who do nothing for them and come at people who celebrate socialist leaders who fought for their liberation

@Nonosbah no no it's okay. The 1st Serbian Uprising lead by Black George began. It's important to note is was the first phase of the greater Serbian Revolution.

@Nonosbah yes, the janissaries felt they weren't being compensated enough to be fighting so far from home when they were created for bodyguard duties. Not expeditionary law enforcement. So while the Sultan was fighting the French in Egypt. They took advantage of the situation as he wasn't paying as much attention to the Balkans.