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2013-01-28 01:32:00 AM

hubiestubert: Serious Black: This is the kind of thing that makes me embarrassed to be a Kansan.

As someone whose family is from Mizzoura, my condolences...


I appreciate it. And really, living in Lawrence makes up for some of the awful shiat the rest of the state inflicts on us. Though I think Mentat would say that I'm worse than Roeder for being a Jayhawk...
 
2013-01-28 01:33:39 AM

hubiestubert: Gyrfalcon: Sgt Otter: hubiestubert: Oddly enough, the fastest growing and most prolific of potential terrorists by the Federal guidelines, and under the Bush Administration's own definitions, involved church and militia groups who felt that it was their time to move against the godless--well, that and the folks who thought it would be nice to patrol the borders for illegals and maybe shoot them some brown folks come El Norte. Most of these folks got on these watchlists not because of their faith, but because of fairly public statements, and procurement of arms and their own websites and publications.

Oops.

[www.velvetrevolution.us image 575x304]

Rampant during the 90s, a massive drop-off in the 00s, and a gigantic surge in 2009. Gosh, it almost seems like a pattern, but I can't put my finger on it...

Oh, I can put my finger right on it.

But last time I did, someone accused me of playing "the race card."

Silly, girl. Women can't play the race card, because your women-brains aren't strong enough for that sort of thing. That's why men need to keep their hand on the this abortion issue, because women brains just aren't wired for that sort of forethought. Cooking, raising babies, and maybe some quilting, and let your husband do the hard math stuff.

/It's so cute when they type like that. You can almost think that they understand the words they're typing.
//Hell. One plz
///ducks


what are y'all on about? to me that graph indicates that militia membership increases during democratic administrations. prolly cos they think the libs are gonna take their guns away. what does that have to do with race?
 
2013-01-28 01:35:57 AM

SacriliciousBeerSwiller: I wish these pussies would just openly declare war on the US so we could squash them and be done with it.


THIS! And a second helping please. THIS!
 
2013-01-28 01:42:41 AM

hubiestubert: Gyrfalcon: Sgt Otter: hubiestubert: Oddly enough, the fastest growing and most prolific of potential terrorists by the Federal guidelines, and under the Bush Administration's own definitions, involved church and militia groups who felt that it was their time to move against the godless--well, that and the folks who thought it would be nice to patrol the borders for illegals and maybe shoot them some brown folks come El Norte. Most of these folks got on these watchlists not because of their faith, but because of fairly public statements, and procurement of arms and their own websites and publications.

Oops.

[www.velvetrevolution.us image 575x304]

Rampant during the 90s, a massive drop-off in the 00s, and a gigantic surge in 2009. Gosh, it almost seems like a pattern, but I can't put my finger on it...

Oh, I can put my finger right on it.

But last time I did, someone accused me of playing "the race card."

Silly, girl. Women can't play the race card, because your women-brains aren't strong enough for that sort of thing. That's why men need to keep their hand on the this abortion issue, because women brains just aren't wired for that sort of forethought. Cooking, raising babies, and maybe some quilting, and let your husband do the hard math stuff.

/It's so cute when they type like that. You can almost think that they understand the words they're typing.
//Hell. One plz
///ducks


QUILTING?!??!?

This isn't the 19th Century. 20th Century dingbats play Bunko.
 
2013-01-28 01:47:14 AM

Genevieve Marie: david_gaithersburg: Only you can tell us, so how racist are you?

A lot less racist than I was raised to be. Not necessarily by my parents, but by absorbing cultural attitudes and the prevailing attitudes of people around me. It wasn't until I was an adult and until I started actively reading perspectives from people of color on racism and until I started actively seeking out information about social and political inequality that I was able to start to unravel all the toxic ideas you absorb without realizing you're doing it.

Stuff like the idea that black people are needlessly resentful of a system that represents them just fine. Stuff like the idea that the criminal justice system is fair, and that America is a country that provides justice for all. Stuff like the idea that poverty is somehow tied up in the moral failings of the poor.

It took a lot of time and a lot of work to get through that much bullshiat.


.
Growing up white in Baltimore I've only been a victim of racism.
 
2013-01-28 01:50:13 AM

Sgt Otter: Rampant during the 90s, a massive drop-off in the 00s, and a gigantic surge in 2009. Gosh, it almost seems like a pattern, but I can't put my finger on it...


I can only imagine the amount of derpsanity that is going to spew forth from them if a dirty Lib wins in 2016 and 2020.
 
2013-01-28 01:52:52 AM

david_gaithersburg: Growing up white in Baltimore I've only been a victim of racism.


No, you haven't. It's very possible that you've experienced prejudice, even likely- I grew up white in New Orleans, so I understand feeling very uncomfortable in your own privilege.

But you know what? There was no institutional power behind the prejudice you experienced. You weren't being harassed by black cops, appearing before black judges, being taught by black teachers, and represented by black politicians. Your parents and grandparents weren't denied educational opportunities and housing opportunities and all of the other things that go into building security and comfort.

There's a very different power balance and history behind being white in a majority black area and being black in a majority white area. Even a very quick examination of American history should make that much very clear.
 
2013-01-28 01:54:59 AM

Genevieve Marie: david_gaithersburg: Growing up white in Baltimore I've only been a victim of racism.

No, you haven't. It's very possible that you've experienced prejudice, even likely- I grew up white in New Orleans, so I understand feeling very uncomfortable in your own privilege.

But you know what? There was no institutional power behind the prejudice you experienced. You weren't being harassed by black cops, appearing before black judges, being taught by black teachers, and represented by black politicians. Your parents and grandparents weren't denied educational opportunities and housing opportunities and all of the other things that go into building security and comfort.

There's a very different power balance and history behind being white in a majority black area and being black in a majority white area. Even a very quick examination of American history should make that much very clear.

.
Want to know how I know you have never lived in Baltimore, or Detroit?
 
2013-01-28 01:55:52 AM
1) Oh, bullshiat, subby
2) The article is from Yahoo, that fount of 'just the facts, m'am' journalism? Oh, puleeze.
3) Subby? Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point. Until that you happens you're showing your stupidity in posting this.
 
2013-01-28 01:56:47 AM

Mentat: Kansas terrorists?  I know who to call.


I have a feeling Clint is on their side these days.
 
2013-01-28 01:58:32 AM
a former roomie told me that if Kansas was DumbFarkistan, his neighbors would be the Taliban. Also something about polluting the earth so we all die sooner and get closer to god faster. Praying for war so we all die.

And yet he returned there time and time again.
*narrows eyes* I'm beginning to suspect . . .

I have seen revivals and they have a component of humor to them. Not this.
 
2013-01-28 01:58:48 AM

david_gaithersburg: Genevieve Marie: david_gaithersburg: Growing up white in Baltimore I've only been a victim of racism.

No, you haven't. It's very possible that you've experienced prejudice, even likely- I grew up white in New Orleans, so I understand feeling very uncomfortable in your own privilege.

But you know what? There was no institutional power behind the prejudice you experienced. You weren't being harassed by black cops, appearing before black judges, being taught by black teachers, and represented by black politicians. Your parents and grandparents weren't denied educational opportunities and housing opportunities and all of the other things that go into building security and comfort.

There's a very different power balance and history behind being white in a majority black area and being black in a majority white area. Even a very quick examination of American history should make that much very clear.
.
Want to know how I know you have never lived in Baltimore, or Detroit?


I've lived in New Orleans. The demographics are similar.

New Orleans, like both Detroit and Baltimore, has a higher concentration of Black people than any other ethnic group. However? White people still control the vast majority of the resources and businesses and wealth concentrated in the city.

If you really look at your life and think that growing up white in America is a burden, than you really, really misunderstand the world around you.
 
2013-01-28 02:02:21 AM

douchebag/hater: 1) Oh, bullshiat, subby
2) The article is from Yahoo, that fount of 'just the facts, m'am' journalism? Oh, puleeze.
3) Subby? Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point. Until that you happens you're showing your stupidity in posting this.


img.timeinc.net

Is that close enough?
 
2013-01-28 02:13:48 AM

Genevieve Marie: david_gaithersburg: Genevieve Marie: david_gaithersburg: Growing up white in Baltimore I've only been a victim of racism.

No, you haven't. It's very possible that you've experienced prejudice, even likely- I grew up white in New Orleans, so I understand feeling very uncomfortable in your own privilege.

But you know what? There was no institutional power behind the prejudice you experienced. You weren't being harassed by black cops, appearing before black judges, being taught by black teachers, and represented by black politicians. Your parents and grandparents weren't denied educational opportunities and housing opportunities and all of the other things that go into building security and comfort.

There's a very different power balance and history behind being white in a majority black area and being black in a majority white area. Even a very quick examination of American history should make that much very clear.
.
Want to know how I know you have never lived in Baltimore, or Detroit?

I've lived in New Orleans. The demographics are similar.

New Orleans, like both Detroit and Baltimore, has a higher concentration of Black people than any other ethnic group. However? White people still control the vast majority of the resources and businesses and wealth concentrated in the city.

If you really look at your life and think that growing up white in America is a burden, than you really, really misunderstand the world around you.


.
Don't attempt to tell me about my personal experiences.
 
2013-01-28 02:14:32 AM

douchebag/hater: 1) Oh, bullshiat, subby
2) The article is from Yahoo, that fount of 'just the facts, m'am' journalism? Oh, puleeze.
3) Subby? Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point. Until that you happens you're showing your stupidity in posting this.


It's an Associated Press article.  And least get your derping points straight.

And here is where I ask you to point out what is factually incorrect or biased about the article...

And here is where you ignore the question.
 
2013-01-28 02:19:55 AM

Serious Black: douchebag/hater: 1) Oh, bullshiat, subby
2) The article is from Yahoo, that fount of 'just the facts, m'am' journalism? Oh, puleeze.
3) Subby? Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point. Until that you happens you're showing your stupidity in posting this.

[img.timeinc.net image 611x404]

Is that close enough?


...and WTF is a Muslim office tower?

I hope it's facing Mecca
 
2013-01-28 02:31:20 AM

Serious Black: douchebag/hater: 1) Oh, bullshiat, subby
2) The article is from Yahoo, that fount of 'just the facts, m'am' journalism? Oh, puleeze.
3) Subby? Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point. Until that you happens you're showing your stupidity in posting this.



Is that close enough?


I don't think McVeigh was a religious zealot. His reasons for the bombing had nothing to do with religious beliefs, anyway.
 
2013-01-28 02:33:23 AM

Serious Black: This is the kind of thing that makes me embarrassed to be a Kansan.


we have a lot more than this to be embarrassed about.
 
2013-01-28 02:34:37 AM

Lionel Mandrake: ...and WTF is a Muslim office tower?


the ones that face toward mecca
 
2013-01-28 02:37:20 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Serious Black: douchebag/hater: 1) Oh, bullshiat, subby
2) The article is from Yahoo, that fount of 'just the facts, m'am' journalism? Oh, puleeze.
3) Subby? Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point. Until that you happens you're showing your stupidity in posting this.

Is that close enough?

I don't think McVeigh was a religious zealot. His reasons for the bombing had nothing to do with religious beliefs, anyway.


Is being a religious zealot a prerequisite for committing an act of terrorism?
 
2013-01-28 02:37:39 AM
I live in Kansas and one of my good friends went to Boy Scouts with Roeder's kids. Apparently, according to my friend, Roeder was often abusive to his kids. It was pretty well known in their social circles that he was an absolute bastard to his kids

Anyway, I always found it funny that the guy who wanted so much to defend fetuses but was more than willing to treat his own sentient children like shiat. Funny in a ridiculously sad sort of way.

But honestly it kind of beautifully (or tragically) captures the sentiment of the GOP as a whole. They sure as shiat want to see that you are born, but God help you if you are poor because you are fark-E-D. Doesn't matter if you didn't choose to be born to a poor, single mother, you better start bootstrapping or Sarah Palin is going to come out of the Great White North and deck you in the face.

I might have more sympathy for the anti-choice movement if they had plans and funding in place to help poor children. Instead they ostracize them and call their mothers welfare queens. They honestly don't give a shiat about kids once they are born and therefore they give many women every reason to want to abort a pregnancy. Who wants to live in abject poverty and be ostracized? With no mandatory maternity leave many women have to choose between the life of their fetus and their jobs. But guess who doesn't want any sort of decent maternity leave, that's right, those zany Republicans.

I could go on all day about education and healthcare and every wonderful thing that these poor children don't get in this country (but they sure do in Europe). People love to get emotional about babies, it's natural, hell it's in our DNA, but you can't just prevent a fetus from getting killed and expect everything will be hunky-farking-dory.

Well, I know this won't change anyone's mind, so I'm just going to continue being for abortion. Don't kids yourselves, GOP folk, I know you don't give a shiat about babies once they are born.
 
2013-01-28 02:39:00 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: I don't think McVeigh was a religious zealot. His reasons for the bombing had nothing to do with religious beliefs, anyway.


You know, I hadn't read up on McVeigh in awhile so this prompted me to pay a quick visit to his wikipedia entry. You know what's so striking about it? Quite a bit of his rhetoric, the rhetoric of a domestic terrorist who killed 168 people, sounds no different than what you'd hear on right wing radio or read on Free Republic or American Thinker.
 
2013-01-28 02:39:01 AM

log_jammin: Serious Black: This is the kind of thing that makes me embarrassed to be a Kansan.

we have a lot more than this to be embarrassed about.


Oh, I know. This simply takes me from a 9.7 to a 9.8 on the embarrassment scale.
 
2013-01-28 02:43:14 AM

Genevieve Marie: Quite a bit of his rhetoric, the rhetoric of a domestic terrorist who killed 168 people, sounds no different than what you'd hear on right wing radio or read on Free Republic or American Thinker.


he just actually followed through.
 
2013-01-28 02:43:26 AM

Serious Black: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Serious Black: douchebag/hater: 1) Oh, bullshiat, subby
2) The article is from Yahoo, that fount of 'just the facts, m'am' journalism? Oh, puleeze.
3) Subby? Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point. Until that you happens you're showing your stupidity in posting this.

Is that close enough?

I don't think McVeigh was a religious zealot. His reasons for the bombing had nothing to do with religious beliefs, anyway.

Is being a religious zealot a prerequisite for committing an act of terrorism?


You bolded "Christian fundamentalists flying into mosques" and then posted a pic of a federal building blown up by a guy who was not a religious fundamentalists. Maybe you bolded the wrong part?
 
2013-01-28 02:46:43 AM

Genevieve Marie: I've lived in New Orleans. The demographics are similar.


Don't feed it.
 
2013-01-28 02:51:15 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: If you could go back in time and kill Hitler when he was a child, some would look at you as a murderer, but others would consider you a hero.

Now, with the case of abortionists, we know they are performing abortions and they are, in some views, murdering innocents. Not too different from Hitler's death camps. So instead of having to consider in retrospect what you could have done to prevent the Holocaust, you are now presented in your life time a chance to put a dent into the holocaust of innocent babies.

Don't you think that some people would think such a person a hero? Why is this a surprise to anyone?


I hope you are only a Troll and not REALLY this jaw dropping stupid.
 
2013-01-28 02:52:38 AM

Genevieve Marie: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: I don't think McVeigh was a religious zealot. His reasons for the bombing had nothing to do with religious beliefs, anyway.

You know, I hadn't read up on McVeigh in awhile so this prompted me to pay a quick visit to his wikipedia entry. You know what's so striking about it? Quite a bit of his rhetoric, the rhetoric of a domestic terrorist who killed 168 people, sounds no different than what you'd hear on right wing radio or read on Free Republic or American Thinker.


Timothy McVeigh wrote this letter to the editor of a local paper:

"Taxes are a joke. Regardless of what a political candidate "promises," they will increase. More taxes are always the answer to government mismanagement. They mess up. We suffer. Taxes are reaching cataclysmic levels, with no slowdown in sight. [...] Is a Civil War Imminent? Do we have to shed blood to reform the current system? I hope it doesn't come to that. But it might."

I like how this guy biatched about high taxes non-stop, yet his highest paying job was as a basic U.S. Army Sergeant (E-5), who would only have his base pay taxed (his housing and meal allowances would be non-taxable), and even then, would have paid no taxes at all while he was fighting in the Gulf War, due to the Combat Zone Tax Exclusion.
 
2013-01-28 02:53:34 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: You bolded "Christian fundamentalists flying into mosques" and then posted a pic of a federal building blown up by a guy who was not a religious fundamentalists. Maybe you bolded the wrong part?


try to keep up.


Headline:"Trial reveals deep ties between violent terrorists and the hard line religious extremists who fund them. Iraq? Afghanistan? No, Kansas"

Notice how the "violent terrorists" and the "religious extremists" are two separate groups?

douchebag/hater: "Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point."

See how he tries to combine the two groups?

to which Serious Black: replies by bringing up Mcveigh. A "violent terrorist" who was motivated by the governments treatment of some "religious extremists".
 
2013-01-28 02:58:00 AM

Serious Black: img.timeinc.net

Is that close enough?


Indeed. We all do realize that these farks are going to try pulling that again.
 
2013-01-28 03:02:49 AM

log_jammin: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: You bolded "Christian fundamentalists flying into mosques" and then posted a pic of a federal building blown up by a guy who was not a religious fundamentalists. Maybe you bolded the wrong part?

try to keep up.


Headline:"Trial reveals deep ties between violent terrorists and the hard line religious extremists who fund them. Iraq? Afghanistan? No, Kansas"

Notice how the "violent terrorists" and the "religious extremists" are two separate groups?

douchebag/hater: "Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point."

See how he tries to combine the two groups?

to which Serious Black: replies by bringing up Mcveigh. A "violent terrorist" who was motivated by the governments treatment of some "religious extremists".


I don't think you're helping here...
 
2013-01-28 03:03:50 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: I don't think you're helping here...


if you're that thick headed, then probably not.
 
2013-01-28 03:11:31 AM

DeadBaby: I live in Kansas and one of my good friends went to Boy Scouts with Roeder's kids. Apparently, according to my friend, Roeder was often abusive to his kids. It was pretty well known in their social circles that he was an absolute bastard to his kids

Anyway, I always found it funny that the guy who wanted so much to defend fetuses but was more than willing to treat his own sentient children like shiat. Funny in a ridiculously sad sort of way.

But honestly it kind of beautifully (or tragically) captures the sentiment of the GOP as a whole. They sure as shiat want to see that you are born, but God help you if you are poor because you are fark-E-D. Doesn't matter if you didn't choose to be born to a poor, single mother, you better start bootstrapping or Sarah Palin is going to come out of the Great White North and deck you in the face.

I might have more sympathy for the anti-choice movement if they had plans and funding in place to help poor children. Instead they ostracize them and call their mothers welfare queens. They honestly don't give a shiat about kids once they are born and therefore they give many women every reason to want to abort a pregnancy. Who wants to live in abject poverty and be ostracized? With no mandatory maternity leave many women have to choose between the life of their fetus and their jobs. But guess who doesn't want any sort of decent maternity leave, that's right, those zany Republicans.

I could go on all day about education and healthcare and every wonderful thing that these poor children don't get in this country (but they sure do in Europe). People love to get emotional about babies, it's natural, hell it's in our DNA, but you can't just prevent a fetus from getting killed and expect everything will be hunky-farking-dory.

Well, I know this won't change anyone's mind, so I'm just going to continue being for abortion. Don't kids yourselves, GOP folk, I know you don't give a shiat about babies once they are born.


"If you're prenatal you're fine, if you're preschool you're farked."

St George of Carlin
 
2013-01-28 03:13:08 AM

megarian: Also *smilED. I obviously have not started drinking.


Is one tragedy in this thread not enough?!
 
2013-01-28 03:14:43 AM
These "Patriot" groups really taint and befoul the word "Patriot". Isn't it great how "Patriot" just means white power militia crazies, gun show crazies(because who doesn't like a public place filled with the possibilities of getting a machine gun for a bag of crank), and violent Jesus-Taliban.

You "good, nice normal cool" Christians need to police your people. Your wackjob fringe is violent and evil beyond measure.

I will whip my dick across your face, militia tools. Bunch of powerchair morons.
 
2013-01-28 03:19:45 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Don't you think that some people would think such a person a hero? Why is this a surprise to anyone?


An abortion does not end a human life. It ends the potential of a human life.

If you want to get clever and say it's different because you'd end up a human if you just did NOTHING, that's fine. Condoms are satan's tools, after all.
 
2013-01-28 03:22:35 AM

douchebag/hater: 3) Subby? Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point. Until that you happens you're showing your stupidity in posting this.


i560.photobucket.com
 
2013-01-28 03:23:41 AM

kingoomieiii: AverageAmericanGuy: Don't you think that some people would think such a person a hero? Why is this a surprise to anyone?

An abortion does not end a human life. It ends the potential of a human life.

If you want to get clever and say it's different because you'd end up a human if you just did NOTHING, that's fine. Condoms are satan's tools, after all.


So human life begins when, exactly?
 
2013-01-28 03:26:06 AM

Lionel Mandrake: ...and WTF is a Muslim office tower?

I hope it's facing Mecca


i560.photobucket.com

Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's facing Mecca.
 
2013-01-28 03:26:35 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: kingoomieiii: AverageAmericanGuy: Don't you think that some people would think such a person a hero? Why is this a surprise to anyone?

An abortion does not end a human life. It ends the potential of a human life.

If you want to get clever and say it's different because you'd end up a human if you just did NOTHING, that's fine. Condoms are satan's tools, after all.

So human life begins when, exactly?


Tuesday
 
2013-01-28 03:26:48 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Serious Black: douchebag/hater: 1) Oh, bullshiat, subby
2) The article is from Yahoo, that fount of 'just the facts, m'am' journalism? Oh, puleeze.
3) Subby? Get back to me when fundamentalist Christians start flying 777s in mosques and Muslim office towers; then you might have a point. Until that you happens you're showing your stupidity in posting this.

Is that close enough?

I don't think McVeigh was a religious zealot. His reasons for the bombing had nothing to do with religious beliefs, anyway.


OK, if OKC doesn' count then how about this incident?

www.realclearsports.com

/The bastard who did it had plenty of help from fundie zealots while he was on the lam for seven years.
 
2013-01-28 03:27:25 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: kingoomieiii: AverageAmericanGuy: Don't you think that some people would think such a person a hero? Why is this a surprise to anyone?

An abortion does not end a human life. It ends the potential of a human life.

If you want to get clever and say it's different because you'd end up a human if you just did NOTHING, that's fine. Condoms are satan's tools, after all.

So human life begins when, exactly?


Fourth day of week five.  At 07:15 GMT
 
2013-01-28 03:29:52 AM

GranoblasticMan: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: kingoomieiii: AverageAmericanGuy: Don't you think that some people would think such a person a hero? Why is this a surprise to anyone?

An abortion does not end a human life. It ends the potential of a human life.

If you want to get clever and say it's different because you'd end up a human if you just did NOTHING, that's fine. Condoms are satan's tools, after all.

So human life begins when, exactly?

Tuesday


What about leap years?
 
2013-01-28 03:37:04 AM

Uncle Tractor: Lionel Mandrake: ...and WTF is a Muslim office tower?

I hope it's facing Mecca

[i560.photobucket.com image 640x668]

Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's facing Mecca.


It's like Sauron and Big Ben mated, and their hybrid chrono-child forever looks down on Mecca to watch Muslims masturbate.

Some religious inspired architecture is wondrous, but that looks like it was designed by RZA's 14th unacknowledged bastards idea of bling.
 
2013-01-28 03:48:42 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: So human life begins when, exactly?


Let's go with "Cognition". Once the prefrontal cortex finishes its boot cycle and acquaints itself with your senses, you are a human.

This is around the end of the second trimester, when the brain forges its permanent connections to the nerves of the body.
 
2013-01-28 03:52:05 AM

Uncle Tractor: Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's facing Mecca.


The folks at Mecca are actually pretty upset about that. They feel it's disrespectful to have built a monument to modern society deliberately visible to worshipers on pilgrimage. The clocktower is the only thing on the skyline from the open area of the temple.
 
2013-01-28 03:58:25 AM

kingoomieiii: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: So human life begins when, exactly?

Let's go with "Cognition". Once the prefrontal cortex finishes its boot cycle and acquaints itself with your senses, you are a human.

This is around the end of the second trimester, when the brain forges its permanent connections to the nerves of the body.


I say it happens when you start masturbating or have sex, whichever comes first. If that happens when you're in utero, awesome, more power to you. If it happens when you're twenty, damn, that sucks giant monkey balls.
 
2013-01-28 04:09:35 AM

Serious Black: kingoomieiii: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: So human life begins when, exactly?

Let's go with "Cognition". Once the prefrontal cortex finishes its boot cycle and acquaints itself with your senses, you are a human.

This is around the end of the second trimester, when the brain forges its permanent connections to the nerves of the body.

I say it happens when you start masturbating or have sex, whichever comes first. If that happens when you're in utero, awesome, more power to you. If it happens when you're twenty, damn, that sucks giant monkey balls.


proposition:

the new slang term for masturbation will be "abortion"

for example: "that bird had some phenomenal cans. brb. gotta abort some potential children."
 
2013-01-28 04:25:47 AM

FishyFred: These people are beyond sick.


"Beyond sick" is "typical" given enough community endorsement. Something to remember in the coming fundie/fascist apocalypse.
 
2013-01-28 04:30:35 AM
Why can't we turn all the fundies against the other fundies? It's much better when the crazy factions are fighting it out over their own differences.
 
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