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2013-05-01 07:58:01 PM

Popcorn Johnny: Raharu: Congratulations Johnny! You are one of the very few people going to my ignore list.

So what you're saying is" Oh shiat, he made a valid point and I have no rebuttal". Got it, thanks.


At this point, there's likely no one left in this thread still thinking that you actually believe what you're saying, much less that it would be worthwhile to take time out of their day to address it.
 
2013-05-01 08:17:26 PM
It must be awesome living in a world where you think your opinion is the only valid one.
 
2013-05-01 08:57:36 PM

shortymac: ReverendJynxed: Vegetative reproduction: BarkingUnicorn: Forgive me if you've read my solution before:

Temporarily sterilize everyone at birth.
Reverse sterilization when a person qualifies for a mortgage
Pay off the ones that can't be reversed for some reason.

Yeah, some will go broke after becoming fertile or breeding.  But a lot of shiat would be avoided.


I would like to start an organization to provide financial compensation for voluntary sterilization.  A woman would receive a maximum of $50,000 decreasing with number of children and expected remaining fecundity.  While this amount may seem excessive, the public costs of raising unwanted children are staggering.  The cost of a single publicly funded birth is more than $11,000.  Food stamps age 0-18: $20,000.  Medicaid age 0-18: $36,000. K-12 education $132,000.
Men would receive a flat $10,000 for a vasectomy.

Lets keep the pay-outs fair and equal eh? Why would a man being sterilized be worth less? If the end result is never having kids, men should be treated equally.

Actually, it's far more logical to encourage male sterilization.

1 guy can knock up multiple chicks at the same time, a chick is pretty much down to 1 pregnancy a year.

I would kill for that Indian temporary sterilization that lasts 10 years, encourage parents to sign their sons up at 14 for a big stipend and you'll virtually end teen pregnancy in 1 generation.

I'm willing to bet even hardcore Neo-Cons would sign their sons up, because when men have lots of sex they're "studs" or "To protect them from evil sluts".


You would have to get every stud to sign up.  As you say, 1 guy can knock up multiple chicks at once.  Even if 90% of studs are sterilized, the remaining 10% can impregnate all the chicks.  Making your sterilization program completely ineffective.
 
2013-05-01 09:46:39 PM

Popcorn Johnny: Aarontology: Because they're two entirely different issues.

How so? Parents have the right to know what their kids are doing.


Know how I know you don't know what "rights" are?
 
2013-05-01 09:48:45 PM

Popcorn Johnny: TheOnion: So are you in favor of banning the sale of contraception or the morning after pill to 15 year olds in that jurisdiction?

Surely, you must agree that would cause more problems rather than solving them in terms of unplanned pregnancy and STD transmission, correct?

If it was up to me, we would have one age of consent for the entire country. Seems silly that what you do in one state makes you a rapist in another. That said, I don't agree with girls under the age of consent being able to purchase this without their parents knowledge. Maybe it should be that they don't need parental permission, but the parents are notified of the purchase after the fact.


6/10 I almost bit, then realized nobody is this stupid. Nobody.
 
2013-05-01 09:55:43 PM

Tumunga: Popcorn Johnny: Aarontology: Because they're two entirely different issues.

How so? Parents have the right to know what their kids are doing.

Nope, the guvment is taking care of your kids now. Didn't you get the memo?


Wait, wut? Now the government NOT doing something to stop yr kids from doing something is the gov't taking over your kids' upbringing? Cognitive dissonance says wut? Wut?
 
2013-05-01 10:19:59 PM

Phinn: Consider Plan B as a self-administered population control program.

A Democrat/Socialist/Criminal Population Control Program.

You wish.  More like a Population Control Program for abstinence-only education proponents.

You're not familiar with the demographics of the women who get abortions, are you?


Oh Wow.  Do you actually think that democrats have more abortions than republicans?
Hahahhahahhahhahahha.
 
2013-05-01 10:26:17 PM

Serious Post on Serious Thread: 6/10 I almost bit, then realized nobody is this stupid. Nobody.


I think the problem here is I'm trying to debate with kids who are closer to the age of 15 than people who have kids.
 
2013-05-01 11:21:15 PM

Raharu: Popcorn Johnny: The My Little Pony Killer: You do not have the right to put a teen with potentially abusive parents into a potentially deadly situation.

So according to your logic, schools shouldn't notify parents when their kids misbehave. Wouldn't want little Sally getting her ass beat for smoking in the bathroom, would we?


Congratulations Johnny! You are one of the very few people going to my ignore list.

You are willfully ignorant, and happy about it.


He made mine for blaming the girl who committed suicide because she was raped and humiliated.  I took him off thinking maybe, just maybe he was playing Devil's Advocate.

I see I was wrong.
 
2013-05-01 11:49:41 PM

Graffito: Oh Wow. Do you actually think that democrats have more abortions than republicans?
Hahahhahahhahhahahha.


You're not real bright, are you?

Abortions are disproportionately obtained by blacks (5 times more likely) and Hispanics (3 times more likely), who live in urban areas (more than twice and likely) and already receiving Medicaid (3 times more likely).

I'm not aware of a majority of Republicans among black/Hispanic urban women on welfare, but if it exists, feel free to drop us a link.
 
2013-05-02 02:19:13 AM

Popcorn Johnny: The My Little Pony Killer: You do not have the right to put a teen with potentially abusive parents into a potentially deadly situation.

So according to your logic, schools shouldn't notify parents when their kids misbehave. Wouldn't want little Sally getting her ass beat for smoking in the bathroom, would we?


One of these things are not like the other.

Phinn: Abortions are disproportionately obtained by blacks (5 times more likely) and Hispanics (3 times more likely), who live in urban areas (more than twice and likely) and already receiving Medicaid (3 times more likely).


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2013-05-02 03:29:12 AM

yourmomlovestetris: I have to laugh at feminists who scream for a woman's right to an abortion, then turn around and advocate for laws against prostitution. If they really cared about a woman's right to do whatever she wanted with her own body, they wouldn't care if she chose to monetize her sexuality. It would be her body, her choice. (I'm of course, talking about regulated prostitution, not "drug addict being slapped around by a pimp" prostitution.)

For that matter, why shouldn't a woman be allowed to imbibe or inhale whatever drug she wants? If we agree that people's choices about their own bodies are sacrosanct, then why are illegal drugs criminalized? Shouldn't a person be allowed to put whatever drug they want into their own body?


I'm a feminist who thinks prostitution should be legalized, regulated, taxed and probably unionized. I can think of no better group to crack down on human trafficking than a cadre of elite madams, escorts, specialty fetish workers, dominatrices and the odd gigolo.

I also think that every drug that isn't legitimately horrible should be legal, regulated and taxed. Pot and caffeine for instance, should be legal. Meth should stay illegal. Alcohol and tobacco should have some very reasonable restrictions. I basically go by the recommendations in The Consumers' Union Report on Licit and Illicit Drugs.

So...you're not alone? Maybe you just found some crap feminists.
 
2013-05-02 04:12:14 AM

Phinn: I'm not aware of a majority of Republicans among black/Hispanic urban women on welfare, but if it exists, feel free to drop us a link


Possibly?

Link
 
2013-05-02 04:21:06 AM

SpiderQueenDemon: I'm a feminist who thinks prostitution should be legalized, regulated, taxed and probably unionized. I can think of no better group to crack down on human trafficking than a cadre of elite madams, escorts, specialty fetish workers, dominatrices and the odd gigolo.

I also think that every drug that isn't legitimately horrible should be legal, regulated and taxed. Pot and caffeine for instance, should be legal. Meth should stay illegal. Alcohol and tobacco should have some very reasonable restrictions. I basically go by the recommendations in The Consumers' Union Report on Licit and Illicit Drugs.

So...you're not alone? Maybe you just found some crap feminists.


Or you're just surrounded by a large amount of idiots and MRA worshippers who like to push the idea of the man-hating Strawman Feminist/Feminazi.
 
2013-05-02 07:07:46 AM

Clutch2013: He made mine for blaming the girl who committed suicide because she was raped and humiliated.


You have proof she was raped? Why haven't you taken that information to the police?
 
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