<b><p></b> <b>Aristotle:</b> the master of no shit sentences, the librarian<p/><b>Kant:</b> the one with ridiculously high standards for relationships<p/><b>Plato:</b> the one who thought he was right until right before he died, which is when he realized he was wrong (aka fuck-you-Thrasymachos)<p/><b>Nietzsche:</b> the animal lover with a really shitty sister<p/><b><b>Hume:</b> the one who disses everyone else's ideas but doesn't create his own ideas<p/><b>John Locke:</b> the fan fiction author<p/><b>Socrates:</b> the one literally too ugly to draw, also the star of Plato's oh-so-exciting dialogues<p/></p><p/></p>
the door's unlocked. Seems like she was comfortable being in the house alone.
or she was raised in a household that didn't lock doors.
or that the house didn't have locks! Reid, when were locks invented?
Well, the first locks were invented over six thousand years ago, but they didn't become popular in homes until 1778, when Robert Barronin started a wave of lock innovations with his double - acting tumbler lock
Got it. I'll check for pre 1778 houses in the area and get back to you, my lovelies.