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Your Questions About 3rd Degree Burn

Joseph asks…

Why is a 3rd degree burn the worst type of burn, but 1st degree murder is the worst of its kind?

Why do they number the burns backwards?

steve answers:

They were developed out of two separate systems to describe two separate things. The difference makes sense when you think about them in terms of what they describe rather than the level of intensity.

A 1st degree murder is a planned, premeditated murder; rather than non-premeditated (2nd degree) or intention to just harm (3rd degree). As the degrees progress, you get further from the intention of murder. 1st degree means the person intended to kill before it happened. 2nd degree, the person was not planning to murder, but was led by the situation to do so. 3rd degree, there was no intention to murder.

Degrees in burns refer to the extent of the burn in the skin. A first degree burn would effect only the epidermis (the outermost layer) of the skin. A 3rd degree murder means that the epidermis has been lost and there’s damage to the subcutaneous layer. It affects deeper layers of the skin. In this case, you could consider the degree to refer to how deep in the skin that the burn affects.

Paul asks…

Where can you find 3rd degree burn habanero doritos?

I am trying to find these chips everywhere to no avail. Are they released yet. If so where can i find them?

steve answers:

Make your own by spicing up any flavor Doritos with cayenne, onion and/or garlic powder, cumin.
Heat the chips after sprinkling in the microwave or oven and let cool for a hot time. Then dip in Cool Ranch Dressing!
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Daniel asks…

what are the best scar therapies/solutions for a child who has had a 3rd degree burn on her arm?

when my daughter was 15 months old my idiot, negligent mother-in-law left her outside with a pile of burning leaves(and some insulation). she originally had 3rd and 2nd degree burns spotted all over her head to toe, but the only one that has left a really noticable scar is one on her arm on the elbow section. we did some things when she was little-compression pads, but she was too young to try much else. now she is 8 and starting to be emarrassed about it. we have always gone above and beyond to let her know that she’s beautiful and that the scar is normal(like that eveyone has something they would rather not have), but being a girl i don’t want her to have anything to be self conscious about. should i try something else now?? and what are my options??
we have tried the Curaid Scar therapy pads, i noticed it getting softer, but seemed to stop helping after awhile.

steve answers:

There’s a product called Mederma which is about the best over the counter product out there. You can buy it at places like Walmart. It works best on new scars, but can do quite a bit for old ones as well. If she’s really embarassed by it, you might also consider making an appointment with a dermatolgist to see what they suggest. There are various things available with a prescription, and also they do wonders with lasers now days. Even if they can’t make it go away completely, perhaps they can do something to make it less noticeable for her. Otherwise, it sounds like you are doing all that would be needed. Sometimes love and support are just as important as the medicine, more so in some cases.

Richard asks…

Can having a 3rd degree burn prevent me from joining the army?

I’ve had it since I was 3 and it covers most of my back.

steve answers:

I have a buddy that is currently deployed to Africa that had a charcoal grill fall on him when he was 3. He had burns all over his body and had to wear a burn suit for a year. He still has scars to this day, but is still physically capable to pass the APFT. The Army only turns people away that might have medical problems down the road. It’s kind of like an insurance company not wanting to insure someone with a lot of medical problems. The Army has to pay a disablity if you are accepted, make it though basic training, but later can not finish because of a medical situation. So if you are able to do the APFT and can run, shoot a weapon, etc. Then you can be in the Army. Make yourself proud.

Laura asks…

Where in the Cleveland area can I find the 3rd degree burn Doritos?

I have searched gas stations, convenient stores, and grocery stores. Are they being cleaned out or have they not come out yet? Is there somewhere online I can buy them because Frito-Lay won’t sell them online.

Oh, and I’m not going to buy them on Ebay or any auction/shady websites.

steve answers:

Click onto this website, click in doritos, then it will give choices of specific doritos, type in zip code and it will give you locations where you can purchase it in your area:

http://www.fritolay.com/our-snacks/where-to-buy.html

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Your Questions About Facebook Login

Laura asks…

How do i delete my name coming up on facebook login?

I have a Mac. And sometimes i mess up my facebook loggin but it’s like stored somehow, so every time i go in to type my email ai … it has a long list of my mess ups. so is there away to remove all of those rememberd names? :) thanks!

steve answers:

1. Go to Internet options.
2. Clear datas.
3. Go back to Internet…

I hope that helps!

Ruth asks…

how do you change your facebook login email?

i can’t figure out how to change my login, which is my old email address from college which i have no access to.
anyone know how to change it to a new one with out having to check that other email?

steve answers:

Account > Account Settings > Change email address

Lisa asks…

How do you get the Facebook login history deleted….?

I have tons of friends and family that have come over and logged in and when i go to find my name in the login like 30 names come up and i wanna know how to get rid of all of them and the saved passwords.? I tried to go to internet options and delete history but that just got rid of url stuff…

steve answers:

Idk

Paul asks…

Is anyone else having problems with Facebook login?

My sister and I both have our own computer but neither one of us can login.Please let me know if you are too.

steve answers:

It wont even come up with me.. Thought i was only 1

Daniel asks…

How to login to Facebook on the computer if you registered on a mobile ?

I made my facebook on my mobile/cell phone but now I cant login to the page on the computer.

Please Help ;]

steve answers:

It could be that your cell phone is using a wap proxy through your service provider. You need to reconfigure your phone to use a direct internet connection. These settings are similar to when you teether your phone to your laptop and use the phone as a modem.

Your true value depends entirely on what you are compared with. – Bob Wells (http://www.profitableguide.net)

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Your Questions About 2gb Sd Card

Susan asks…

Does a 2gb sd card, work with the Samsung L80 Camera?

In the manual it says up to 1gb guaranteed, so i was wondering if anyone knows whether a 2gb or even a 4gb sd card would work with it? I am going on holiday on Wednesday, so i need an answer pretty fast!!

steve answers:

My friend has a 2gb card in his L80 and it works no problem.

Not sure about 4gb…only very recent phones seem to be set up for those to be guaranteed to work.

Mandy asks…

Will my 2GB SD card hold all my 3DS ambassador’s games?

So I’m rather peeved that only a couple of days after I purchased my new 3DS did I find out that Nintendo was going to reduce the price, but oh well. Anyway, I’m wondering if the SD Memory card that came with my 3DS (I think it’s a 2GB card) is going to be large enough to store all 20 free games along with the 5 or so I have downloaded already? Should I buy a bigger card?

steve answers:

I am thinking it should be enough but if you really need it and worry about it buy a 3 GB. Hope I help in someway. Good luck.

Sharon asks…

Why doesnt my droid read my 2gb SD card?

so i just got a new blackberry and i took the droid’s 16gb SD card and inserted it to my blackberry with all my pictures and songs…
on the droid it said to insert a memory card for it to be able to work properly…
so i inserted another SD card that is 2gb, but its not reading it it keeps telling me to insert a memory card….

does it necessarily need to be the 16gb one for it to be able to work? or wat am i supposed to doo ?

steve answers:

You need to format the SD.
In case you no longer have your manual, go to;

http://phandroid.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/droidguide.pdf

Page 38
Quote
Remove or format your memory card
Before you remove or format your memory card you
need to unmount it. Touch Menu > Settings > SD
card & phone storage > Unmount SD card.
To format your memory card, touch Format SD card.
Warning: All data on your memory card will be
deleted.
End quote.

Laura asks…

how many pictures does a kingston 1gb memory card hold and how many does a kodak 2gb sd hold?

How many pictures does a kingston 1gb sd memory card hold?
How many pictured does a kodak 2gb memory card hold?

steve answers:

It all depends on the size of the pic files.
Jpegs can be as small as a few dozen kb where RAW can be as large as 500+ Mb, either way the Kodak would hold twice as much as the Kingston

Mark asks…

Can I use a 2gb sd card with an xbox?

I am planning on buying the arcade system with 256mb, I was just wondering if I could put my 2 gb sd card anywhere to help out with memory. Im not going to go crazy with saves and stuff, but I would like to download game demos and things, is that enough?

Also, I have dial-up right now, is there anyway it would work with live, or should I just wait for better internet? Thanks.

steve answers:

1) Dial Up will not work with LIVE. You need a wireless router or an ethernet port (commonly found on a router), there are a few other methods but Dial Up is not one of them. Broadband only. Besides Dial Up would be far too expensive to use on LIVE (imagine how much a 2 hour online game of CoD4 would cost in internet fees) and it would be too slow.

2) The 360 cannot read SD cards. It cannot save to USB devices either. It’s the 360 Memory Unit or the Hard Drive. Also demos are getting bigger these days, around the 1GB mark each.

3) Get the Pro. The New XBOX Experience (NXE) is coming (a major new update) and it requires at least 128MB of memory and further memory for other features. The memory included with the Arcade will not cope. If you want LIVE, you might need a headset and Hard Drive (to store all your downloads) so, the Pro works out cheaper than buying all the needed stuff separately (Pro has it all already included, Headset, ethernet cable, HD capable cables, 60GB HDD etc.)

EDIT: To my knowledge, the Arcade has no included ethernet cable (so no connecting to LIVE unless you buy one) and the Pro definitely has one included

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Your Questions About Hp Graphic Card Laptop Upgrades

Betty asks…

Some advice needed for a new laptop. Looking at the HP DV6T Select Edition or Quad Edition?

I’m looking at this model laptop. The Select Edition comes with a i5-2430M 2.4 GHz or can upgrade to a i5-2450M 2.5 GHz processor for +$20 more, or a Dual core i5-2520M 2.5 GHz for +$100. (Is dual core worth it?

Graphics card comes with Intel HD 3000 but can upgrade to 1GB AMD Radeon HD 7690M GDDR5 for +$100 or 2GB AMD for +$150

My main question I would like help with is the display. It comes with a 15.6″ High Definition HP LED Brightview (1366×768) or can have a Full HD HP Anti-glare LED (1920 x 1080) for +$150
… I’m mostly looking for performance and speed, fast internet use, occasional stock trading so a laptop that can handle software and streaming quotes/date for 6-7 hours. Also maybe a few games or movies here and there but I have a HDTV that I’d prefer to watch movies on than a 15.6″ screen for 2 hours. If I connect a cable to this new laptop to hookup to my TV to watch movies, will the clarity be the same regardless of which display I choose? If the TV will show movies better than I don’t see the need to pay the extra $150 for a display I wont use often and in such fine detail.

Also the laptop has blueray player for +$75 or includes a regular dvd player/burner. Again if I get the blueray player with the intention of sending the signal to my television for occasional movie watching will it look clear and play smooth or will it lag or be distorted?

The computer will come with 8GB RAM, 750GB Harddrive
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The other laptop I am looking at is the DV6T Quad Edition (not sure if that means all processors have quad cores?

Processors are as follows
includes a 2nd generation Intel Core i7-2670QM (2.2 GHz, 6MB L3 Cache) with Turbo Boost up to 3.1 GHz or can upgrade to 2nd generation Intel Core i7-2760QM Processor (2.4 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 3.5 GHz) for $150 more. This laptop starts out pricier but includes more such as the blueray player option already and 1GB graphics and can upgrade to 2 GB for $75 more.

Anyone who has the latest models from HP or some links or info would be appreciated. Do I go for the i7 or is the i5? If both come out to similar prices is one much better or faster/reliable in the long run. Is the HD display worth it or should I save my money and out it into graphic, blueray, or a better chip? Thanks

steve answers:

If I was you I would go with the dv6tqe, as the i7 processor will make a performance difference. The “QE” means quad edition, as the i7 processors you get to choose from are quad cores. I have been recommending this laptop frequently because for how much of a powerhouse system it is, you can get them for a screaming deal.

**A very good write up can be found here: http://www.laptopreviews.com/hp-pavilion-dv6t-quad-edition-review-2011-12

**current deal on HP dv6tqe:

HP has the HP Pavilion dv6t Quad Edition Intel Core i7-2670QM Quad-Core Sandy Bridge 15.6″ Notebook Computer for $770.49 Free Shipping after Coupon Code: “NBDV6967″ (Exp Soon).

$1149.99 – 33% off Code: “NBDV6967″ = $770.49 Free Ship

5.78bs; 15.6″ 1366×768 LED; Intel Core i7-2670QM 2.2GHz Quad-Core Sandy Bridge; 8GB RAM; 750GB HDD; Blu-Ray; 802.11n; Windows 7 Home Premium; ATI Radeon HD7470M 1GB; HD webcam; fingerprint; 6-cell battery; 1yr warranty
_______________

For those who need a 1920×1080 screen

HP has the HP Pavilion dv6t Quad Edition Intel Core i7-2670QM Quad-Core Sandy Bridge 15.6″ Notebook Computer for $870.99 Free Shipping after Coupon Code: “NBDV6967″ (Exp Soon). Tax in most.

$1299.99 – 33% off Code: “NBDV6967″ = $870.99 Free Ship

5.78bs; 15.6″ 1920×1080 LED; Intel Core i7-2670QM 2.2GHz Quad-Core Sandy Bridge; 8GB RAM; 750GB HDD; Blu-Ray; 802.11n; Windows 7 Home Premium; ATI Radeon HD7470M 1GB; webcam; fingerprint; 6-cell battery; 1yr warranty

Susan asks…

Advice on which laptop to buy HP dvt6 or dell inspiron 15?

I have a budget of 700 dollars and I’ve built two slightly different things. According to the specifications (especially the processor, the memory, the battery & graphic card) which one would you choose:

OPTION 1:
Components
• Espresso Black
• Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
• Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo Processor T6600 (2.2GHz, 2MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
• FREE Upgrade to 4GB DDR3 System Memory (2 Dimm) from 2GB DDR3 System Memory (2 Dimm)
• 500GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive with HP ProtectSmart Hard Drive Protection
• Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD
• 15.6″ diagonal High Definition LED HP Brightview Widescreen Display (1366×768)
• LightScribe SuperMulti 8X DVD+/-RW with Double Layer Support
• Webcam Only
• Wireless-G Card
• No TV Tuner w/remote control
HP Color Matching Keyboard
• 6 Cell Lithium Ion Battery
• No Modem
• Microsoft(R) Works 9.0

OR

OPTION 2:
Jet Black edit
PROCESSOR Intel® Core™ 2 Duo T6600 (2.20GHz/800Mhz FSB/2MB cache)
OPERATING SYSTEM Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English
OFFICE SOFTWARE Microsoft® Works 9
WARRANTY AND SERVICE 1 Yr Ltd Hardware Warranty, InHome Service after Remote Diagnosis – Important Information SECURITY SOFTWARE McAfee SecurityCenter, 15-Months
HD DISPLAY Glossy, widescreen 15.6 inch display (1366×768)
HARD DRIVE 500GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM)
VIDEO CARD Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500HD
INTERNAL OPTICAL DRIVE 8X CD/DVD Burner (Dual Layer DVD+/-R Drive)
BATTERY OPTIONS 9-cell battery
WIRELESS CARDS Dell Wireless 1397 802.11g Half Mini-Card
INTEGRATED WEBCAM Integrated 1.3 MP Webcam
SOUND OPTIONS High Definition Audio 2.0
DATASAFE ONLINE BACKUP Dell Online Backup 2GB for 1 year
ADOBE & ENTERTAINMENT WildTangent Games
MEMORY 4GB Shared Dual Channel DDR2 at 800MHz
Adobe Software Adobe® Acrobat® Reader 9.0
Network Integrated 10/100 Network Card
PROCESSOR LABELS Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor
LOJACK 1Yr LoJack for Laptops Theft Protection
DIAL-UP INTERNET ACCESS No ISP requested

I appreciate your help asap :)

steve answers:

Ooh, that’s a tough one! Flip a coin, there so similar, I would go first with the HP but either would be fine I would look at consumer reports to help make your decision to see which brand has better support or life of product, stuff like that. Other that? What feels better (typing ergonomics and stuff like that because your going to be using it) or looks better.

Michael asks…

Is it worth it to upgrade my laptop?

Here are my system specs:

HP – Compaq Pavillion dv8301nr

RAM- 512 MB

Total Disk Space- 60gb

Processor- AMD Turion 64 Mobile Technology ML-34

Graphic Card Memory- 128mb

I know i need to upgrade the RAM and disk space, but i’m wondering how much it will cost me. I want to delete everything off my laptop and install Vista Home Premium but my laptop doesn’t have enough RAM. This computer is fairly new and i’d hate to have to buy a new one.

steve answers:

You have plenty of RAM. You can even run enterprise edition of Vista on it. One of my test machines is an old eMachines m6811 with an Athlon 64 3400 processor in it which predates the Turion 64 and I have 512 M on it with Vista Enterprise on it. I used it to test RC1, RC2, Ultimate and Home basic on it and it runs fine.

Now I would spend a little money to upgrade the machine and I would do the following based on my budget.

(1) Upgrade the memory to 1 Gig
(2) Upgrade the memory to 2 Gig
(3) Upgrade the HDD to a 7200 RPM HDD
(4) Upgrade the HDD to >80 Gig @ 7200 RPM.

You can read the list in this manner:

Spend money to upgrade at least to 1 Gig. If you have a little more to spend make that 2 Gig.

If you still have more money to spend, make sure you get a FASTER hard drive over a larger hard drive.

As a side note, Vista will tax your video card so you will probably want to turn off AERO once you get it loaded. I also have to be frank with you in that Vista works best on dual core machine. If you take the same machine and load XP Pro or Pro 64 on it you will find that it will be more responsive than Vista and I have not found a compelling reason to upgrade all of my laptops to Vista.
Enjoy -

Lisa asks…

Can a HP G72 Notebook PC run skyrim?

Or is there anyway to upgrade the graphic card in the laptop?

steve answers:

Nope(on the upgrading your video card question). You can upgrade RAM and the processor and hard drive, but you’re pretty much stuck with the onboard GPU. Skyrim’s a pretty intense piece of software, even on the lowest graphic settings you’re going to be lagging, and possibly crashing without a gaming oriented video processor. One possible workaround is running in a window in a lower resolution.

Recommended Specs
•Windows 7/Vista/XP PC (32 or 64 bit)
•Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD CPU
•4GB System RAM
•6GB free HDD space
•DirectX 9.0c compatible NVIDIA or AMD ATI video card with 1GB of RAM (Nvidia GeForce GTX 260 or higher (i.e GTX550Ti); ATI Radeon 4890 or higher).
•DirectX compatible sound card
•Internet access for Steam activation

Minimum Specs
•Windows 7/Vista/XP PC (32 or 64 bit)
•Processor: Dual Core 2.0GHz or equivalent processor
•2GB System RAM
•6GB free HDD Space
•Direct X 9.0c compliant video card with 512 MB of RAM
•DirectX compatible sound card
•Internet access for Steam activation

Mark asks…

PC graphic solutions……..?

I am planning to buy a graphic card which must be below 200$ and in which i would be able to play the mainstream games and which must not need an upgrade for about 1.5-2 yrs.
The specs of my laptop are:
1)HP Pavillion dv6899ee
2)Intel T9300 Core2Duo 5.53GHz
3)2GB DDR2 RAM
4)Nvidia 8400M GS Graphics

Now the graphic card was pretty much good till now but i want to play the new games like GTA 4 and POP The Forgotten sands which my PC meets only the minimum requirements. I am sure to upgrade my ram so that’s not the question here. I have been browsing on the nvidia site and most of the products under the laptop branch are GPUs. My first question: My laptop has a graphic card, so does that mean i have to replace it for a graphic card or is it possible to replace it with a GPU provided that i can only add 4GB RAM to the PC?
Second question: I want some good recommendations on both the card as well as GPUs (If it is possible in my case)

I would be glad if you could answer this too:
I have an old desktop which has pentium4 3GHz, 1.25GB DDR1 RAM and nvidia 128MB graphics (Definitely not worth an upgrade). Its been 4 years since i am using it and instead of upgrading all these on the laptop i think i’d rather buy a new PC. Would cost more but i feel desktops are more upgradable and reliable when it comes to performance. Also another factor i consider is i do not have a PC with windows 7 (1 is vista and other is XP) so it might be better to buy a new one as i see a lot of options are available in desktop graphics unlike the laptops. So should i go with a new PC?

Thanks in advance………..
correction: 2.53Ghz

steve answers:

I was gonna say 5.53 GHZ Dual core??? Wow…. But then I see your notes say 2.53 :P much more normal.

And I repeat, I repeat, I repeat. YES YOU CAN upgrade the graphics card of a laptop! But it’s going to be a lot more hassle than it’s worth unless you are really tech. Savvy. In some cases you cannot though as many of the parts in the laptop are made specifically for that series/model.

If no one answers your questions in 24 hrs I’ll attempt to though.

Good luck!

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Your Questions About 3rd Amendment

Richard asks…

Would you support a constitutional amendment that put 3rd party candidates on an equal playing field?

with democrats and republicans… From campaign finance reform to media and advertising requirements that would remove the lock of the dem and rep parties on our political 2 party system?
Many keep saying if you cant get enough support you cant win… I don’t think it is a matter of getting the support, its a matter of a system that is going to defeat a third party candidate because the system has all the power, they control all branches of government, regardless of the support.

Im not talking about nut cases or people not being able to get the vote, Im talking about opening up a closed system.

steve answers:

I would support it, we need new blood, new choices, a new direction….this bypartisan cr@p is dragging us down.

Maria asks…

Are there any Supreme Court cases involving the 3rd amendment?

List as many as possible.
i couldnt find any online.
D; my reports due on wednesday!
THANKS(:

steve answers:

Http://www.thirdamendment.com/third.html

” However, the Third Amendment has proven to be one of the least-litigated sections of the Constitution. The Supreme Court has never directly reviewed the meaning of the amendment. Indeed, only one court has ever confronted the meaning of the amendment, in a case decided nearly 200 years after it was ratified: Engblom v. Carey, 677 F. 2d 957 (2d Cir. 1982), on remand 572 F. Supp. 44 (S.D.N.Y. 1982), aff’d. Per curiam 724 F.2d 28 (2d Cir. 1983).

Engblom grew out of a “statewide strike of correction officers, when they were evicted from their facility-residences … And members of the National Guard were housed in their residences without their consent.” The district court initially granted summary judgment for the defendants in a suit brought by the officers claiming a deprivation of their rights under the Third Amendment. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals, however, reversed on the ground that it could not “say that as a matter of law appellants were not entitled to the protection of the Third Amendment.” 677 F.2d at 964. On remand, however, the District Court held that because the officers’ Third Amendment rights had not been clearly established at the time of the strike, the defendants were protected from suit by a qualified immunity, and this decision was upheld by the Second Circuit.

The Third Amendment has been cited in passing in other cases, most notably opinions arguing that there is a constitutional right to privacy, such as the Supreme Court’s decision in Griswold v. Connecticut, 381 U.S. 479, 484 (1965). In other cases, courts have cited the Third Amendment as proof that the Constitution carefully distinguishes between times of war and peace. Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. V. Sawyer., 343 U.S. 579, 644 (1952). Perhaps because of its obscurity, the amendment also has attracted its share of crackpot theories, such as that Army reservists ordered to march in a parade had a Third Amendment right to sit it out instead. Jones v. United States Secretary of Defense, 346 F. Supp. 97 (D. Minn. 1972). ”

There are other sources cited, READ some of them.

Lisa asks…

What are the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th amendment rights?

What are the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th amendment rights?

steve answers:

Http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Bill_of_Rights

Jenny asks…

How does the 3rd US Amendment apply today?

Its for SS hw…. I don’t really know how it applies today, though…

steve answers:

It applies today because it STILL prevents the government from forcing you to house soldiers in your home.
It’s the only amendment in the bill of rights that hasn’t been the subject of lawsuits.
It’s not a problem now, but it was a big problem at the time of the revolution.

Ken asks…

Summary of 1st 2nd and 3rd Amendment?

Can you help me summarize a paragraph for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Amendments. Please Please Please help me I cant think of any paragraphs for them. Thanks for any help
LOL ok come bitching to me because i go to private and i learn this in 5th grade not 8th grade like the rest of the U.S. So dont come complaining that I dont know my Amendments for being a 5th grader and going to one of the best schools in the nation.

steve answers:

Well the First Amendment designates certain freedoms the Founding Fathers wished to specifically instate. It covers the Freedoms of Speech, the Press, Religion, Petition, and Assembly. These were things they obviously felt a strong need for in order to create a government ruled by the governed.

Next came the Second Amendment, which gave all citizens of the United States the right to possess and bear arms, giving the people the ability to protect themselves or others if they needed to do so.

The Third Amendment is, to today’s standards, an odd and essentially obsolete one. It bans the practice that commonly took place in the late 1700′s where British soldiers would be quartered in one’s residence, with or without the permission of the owner. The Third Amendment rid England of its “right” to do that anymore.

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