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(Tampa Bay Online)   The state of Florida is asking thousands of young women some intimate questions about their sex lives and is giving them a $10 gift card in return   (www2.tbo.com) divider line 106
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2012-11-26 05:13:37 PM
To jackie rabbit (sorry I can't quote you on my phone). I wasn't referring to myself. I was just saying your statement was incorrect, those things aren't mandatory. I have friends who have skipped them. I agree regular exams are a good idea. I don't know what blood tests u are referring to. Can you be specific on what blood test would be needed re bc pills? I get exams from my gyno and blood tests from my reg dr. I personally don't see why a dr who doesn't do those things should be sued, part of the reason many people skip those things is because they can't afford them. Its the sad state of health car
e in america that poor people get stds and have babies because they can't afford basic health care. That's especially the case in florida.


Not sure what health plans u are familiar with, but many companies are switching to high deductible plans to save money. That means no copays and having to pay 100 pct of your visits and pills until u hit the deductible. I had such plans for years. The other plans where I paid 30 bux for pills were united, blue shield and blue cross, all national companies. If u have a great plan through your work, I'm happy for you. But your own experience doesn't translate to everyone else, or even the majority of the population.
 
2012-11-26 05:50:03 PM
Yeah, I wonder where the government got a "list" of teenage girls and young adults. That is a puzzler.

Remember, if you have a teenage girl, be sure to report her. Sorry, that includes the ones held captive in your basement or crawlspace.

Big Brother ... it never ends.
 
2012-11-26 09:10:12 PM

SwingDancer: Bathia_Mapes: kmoser: Why does the gov't have names and addresses of underage girls?

THIS

Really? Cant figure that one out? Lets see, child is born, parents get social security card for baby, and birth certificate. Both of which let govt know all about underage girls, boys, others....

The stupid is strong in here. OMG Govt is collecting information on everyone, i am SHOCKED! Even though i have voluntarily given them information on all my children, as my parents did.


Okay, answer me this then. The article states that the surveys were intended for those between the ages of 18-24. If they have the info that you claim they have, why did underage females get mailed surveys?
 
2012-11-26 10:15:53 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Okay, answer me this then. The article states that the surveys were intended for those between the ages of 18-24. If they have the info that you claim they have, why did underage females get mailed surveys?


Either the government is not good at collating and applying the vast amount of information that they possess, or the article was mistaken about the intended recipients. Those really seem to be the only choices. If there's a third, I don't see it.
 
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2012-11-27 02:44:49 AM

untaken_name: Bathia_Mapes: Okay, answer me this then. The article states that the surveys were intended for those between the ages of 18-24. If they have the info that you claim they have, why did underage females get mailed surveys?

Either the government is not good at collating and applying the vast amount of information that they possess, or the article was mistaken about the intended recipients. Those really seem to be the only choices. If there's a third, I don't see it.


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They wanted the info about teenage sex as well and did not contemplate the outrage because they are Florida government employees.

That's the immediate assumption I made when I read the article.
 
2012-11-27 08:39:40 AM

Bathia_Mapes: SwingDancer: Bathia_Mapes: kmoser: Why does the gov't have names and addresses of underage girls?

THIS

Really? Cant figure that one out? Lets see, child is born, parents get social security card for baby, and birth certificate. Both of which let govt know all about underage girls, boys, others....

The stupid is strong in here. OMG Govt is collecting information on everyone, i am SHOCKED! Even though i have voluntarily given them information on all my children, as my parents did.

Okay, answer me this then. The article states that the surveys were intended for those between the ages of 18-24. If they have the info that you claim they have, why did underage females get mailed surveys?


Misplaced a decimal point(who cares). But that wasnt what I was commenting on. I was commenting on the start of an outrage that the govt has the bdays of underage girls.
 
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