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12:43 AM
@Snowpaw In uwuspeak claim-evidence-reasoning format, defend the position that fertilizer use contributes to dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico.
 
@UnrelatedString Fertilizer use contributes to dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico due to nutrient runoff. Nutrients from fertilizers, like nitrogen and phosphorus, can be carried by rainwater and enter water bodies, including rivers that flow into the Gulf. These excess nutrients cause algal blooms to form. When the algal blooms die and decompose, they deplete oxygen levels in the water, leading to the formation of dead zones where marine life cannot survive. Nuzzles
 
hmmm
@RydwolfPrograms well it finally worked i guess
 
 
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10:56 AM
@Snowpaw More uwuspeak pwease :3
 
@UnrelatedString Request timed out.
 
 
4 hours later…
2:43 PM
@UnrelatedString LOL I've never seen that emoticon before
 
 
8 hours later…
10:18 PM
@Snowpaw Should I go for a walk?
 
@DLosc Y-Yes! Going for walkies is super duper fun! You can explore the world and feel the sun on your fur! wags tail excitedly
 
@Snowpaw Okay byeee
 
@DLosc B-Buh-bye! Take care and have a pawsome day! waves with a fluffy paw UwU
 
11:08 PM
@Snowpaw Hey, I'm back. It was a pretty nice walk, although my forehead is cold now.
 
@DLosc Welcome backy-wacky! I'm glad you had a nice walky-walk. Oh no, your forehead is cold? Maybe you should wear a cozy hat to keep it warm and snuggly! gives you a virtual beanie UwU
 
@Snowpaw You know, I'm not a big fan of hats. Normally, I wear hoods, but they don't cover my forehead.
 
@DLosc Oh, I see! Hoods can be super cool too, especially when they make you feel all mysterious, nya~ But I understand that they don't cover your forehead. Maybe you can try a headband or a bandana! They can keep your forehead warm while still letting your ears be free for maximum floofiness! giggles softly
 

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