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  • momoichigo

    momoichigo

    March 10, 2015, 11:48 pm

    Abortion is not murder, but not allowing it may result in the murdering of both the mother and the fetus.

    You have the right to believe life begins at conception, but life doesn't end at conception either. When you fight for human rights before the human's even formed, remember to keep fighting for the same human's rights after the human's squeezed out of the birth canal.

    It baffles me how conservatives can simultaneously want to ban abortion and want to ban welfare and children's health care services at the same time. You force these women to give birth, then after the deed is done you give them zero support.

    That, is about the most disgusting position one person can take. It has zero moral foundation. It is all about punishing the woman for being unchaste, not about saving the baby that many conservatives proved they don't give a shit about.

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  • Saydrah

    Saydrah

    March 10, 2015, 8:33 pm

    Well, if we consider this relationship essentially over at this point since she's expressed a desire to be single again, there's nothing to lose from trying to be mature adults about it. If one or both of them can't handle it, that's no big surprise, but the relationship was on its last legs already. If setting boundaries together and working with lots of communication to accept that people in relationships need to feel sexy and desirable ends up saving the relationship, then they get a great surprise and a deeper, more honest relationship.

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  • OMFG-Spot

    OMFG-Spot

    March 11, 2015, 9:51 am

    I was thinking about this idea just last week. Why is it so easy for people who should empathize with what they have in common to instead judge and reject each other?

    What I came to was the appreciation that much of **it's the projection onto others of one's internal hatred of one's own weakness and helplessness**. Since I don't want to feel it in me, because that would require accepting how weak and helpless I feel - I *am* - I instead judge and reject it in others. I work to eradicate it not through connecting to it and changing it, but simply by killing it, so I don't have to feel it in *me*.

    (Of course, this is how all other processes of judgment work, too - the "those people are so <whatever>" is just the out-projected experience of a person's or a country's own unfelt internal character.)

    And so I think in these instances what changes things, and is really the most compassionate response, is to say to a person with that kind of judgment "I'm so sorry. You must feel really weak and helpless and unable to protect and care for yourself in there. That must be really hard."

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  • ElectricRebel

    ElectricRebel

    March 10, 2015, 10:43 am

    "Well in a free market that does not happen, as the government cannot regulate it."

    I will repeat: how exactly can a free market happen in the real world without it being subverted by new oligarchs almost immediately?

    "The monopolization of unions is worth mentioning as well, as it was government aided."

    Evidence? If anything, the government, with the exception of the FDR period, has been pretty damned hostile to unions. In 1947, they passed the Taft-Hartley act. In 1983, Reagan broke the air traffic controllers union, spreading fear among the other unions. In the 1980s and 1990s, trade agreements further deindustrialized the nation and weakened the unions. In the 2000s, Bush's NLRB and labor dept was openly hostile towards unions and organization.

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  • daxxxer

    daxxxer

    March 11, 2015, 12:06 am

    Get a 2000, do hack it. Games load faster and battery life increases when you don't use that stupid UMD. Buy the games you want, then download *(edit: or just use the UMDdumper tool to directly dump the to memory stick)* them and put them on the stick. You can also run a lot of homebrew stuff on your psp then, like psptube for youtube etc.

    However, I just sold my cracked PSP2000 a week ago for 80€ because I felt there haven't been coming any games out for the last year or so. I am aware that there are some games but nothing that I was interested in.

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  • argoff

    argoff

    March 11, 2015, 2:44 am

    Technologies ability to out evolve nature has been the norm for a long time.

    Pharmaceutical patents imposed by the government restricting innovation and the fda are a far greater inhibitor to effective treatment of infection than the evolution of resistance. The concern about resistant antibodies is overrated, it is a far greater concern to patent laden pharmaceuticals.

    You act like humanity is just filled with all these stupid naked helpless babies who would be incapable of dealing with infections unless government thugs are ass raping us all the time. That's pathetic.

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  • BackHanded

    BackHanded

    March 10, 2015, 1:39 pm

    I glad you're happy and hope you don't take too seriously the objections of the masses: no one completely understands the nuances of human sexuality and happiness. And feminism, after all, is about choice.

    I particularly liked this:

    "I do, however, think that modern day life has created a crisis for the genders and that men AND women are confused and afraid to ask for what they want or need for fear of being ridiculed. That's not exactly a new thing, but it is en vogue to claim that all people and genders are the same and should be treated in the exact same way and that simply is not true."

    No questions. I understand your relationship pretty well, actually. Hope it continues to work out for you.

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  • neko_pickle

    neko_pickle

    March 11, 2015, 6:37 am

    I was staying at the biggest hotel in Leeds, some 20 floors high tower with hundred of room.

    The girl I was with opened some door she shouldn't when she left, which set off the alarm. In the whole building. In every room. At 4am. The hotel had to be evacuated, everybody was standing in pajama in the street or in the lobby. It was surreal to imagine it was her who made this mess (she didn't even know, she just walked away when she heard the alarm).

    Well, obviously there was a problem with their alarm, since they couldn't turn it off...

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  • slapchopsuey

    slapchopsuey

    March 10, 2015, 5:31 pm

    Same here. Just as the Agricultural Revolution and the Industrial Revolution transformed many parts of everyday life and rearranged the whole structure of society, the Internet Revolution is in a very early stage of doing the same thing.

    With the previous two major revolutions the cultures & nations that were early adopters had a huge advantage over those who stuck to the old ways. The countries that stop resisting change (mostly relating to the intersection of intellectual property and capitalism) and reorganize to take full advantage of it, will if history is any indicator, run circles around those don't evolve to match the new technology.

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