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2014-04-29 01:22:59 PM  
Floor humping guy? No!
 
2014-04-29 01:29:12 PM  
This was referred to as "Google fascism" on my Facebook page a couple hours ago.
 
2014-04-29 01:32:24 PM  
photos.imageevent.com
 
2014-04-29 01:40:42 PM  
Google is a private business.  They can decide what they will and won't post on their website.  why does the right wing hate private business?
 
2014-04-29 01:42:46 PM  
Hogue said online advertising by Crisis Pregnancy Centers was their right. But the disputed ads implied that abortions were among the services provided,The Washington Post reported.


So anyone else want to go picket outside of a Crisis pregnancy Center with me asking them why they kill babies?
 
2014-04-29 01:46:01 PM  

spongeboob: So anyone else want to go picket outside of a Crisis pregnancy Center with me asking them why they kill babies?


Most of them are probably some creepy lonely guy's basement apartment. So nah. I'll pass.
 
2014-04-29 01:58:05 PM  
There are more than 4,000 crisis pregnancy centers across the country, which according to NARAL, actively dissuade women from undergoing abortions by falsely claiming that abortion can lead to breast cancer, sterility and psychological trauma. The group also says that the centers claim birth control pills cause abortion.

Link
 
2014-04-29 01:59:14 PM  
These comments are precious.

Are medically-induced abortions sometimes necessary? Sadly, yes. But, there are right and wrong ways to perform those abortions - using a vacuum pump, spreader clamps and steel probe attached to a steel wand is the wrong way. Using herbal medications and natural cleansing is the right way.

I must have missed the drum circle at the last RNC.
 
2014-04-29 02:02:45 PM  

palladiate: using a vacuum pump, spreader clamps and steel probe attached to a steel wand is the wrong way. Using herbal medications and natural cleansing is the right way.


there's gotta be a middle ground

besides, herbal medications hound like commie hippie crap.
 
2014-04-29 02:06:57 PM  

ManateeGag: palladiate: using a vacuum pump, spreader clamps and steel probe attached to a steel wand is the wrong way. Using herbal medications and natural cleansing is the right way.

there's gotta be a middle ground

img.fark.net

 
2014-04-29 02:09:32 PM  
These guys have been doing this since the 80s you know. It seems that tricking and lying to women is proper moral behavior.
 
2014-04-29 02:19:13 PM  

unyon: ManateeGag: palladiate: using a vacuum pump, spreader clamps and steel probe attached to a steel wand is the wrong way. Using herbal medications and natural cleansing is the right way.

there's gotta be a middle ground

[img.fark.net image 259x194]


I think that's a little close to the "steel wand"
 
2014-04-29 02:39:47 PM  
LifeNews reported that "Google has banned ads from pro-life pregnancy centers that offer women and their unborn children abortion alternatives" leaving "just one choice, abortion."

They were searching for the term "abortion clinic" dumbass.
 
2014-04-29 03:18:07 PM  

impaler: LifeNews reported that "Google has banned ads from pro-life pregnancy centers that offer women and their unborn children abortion alternatives" leaving "just one choice, abortion."

They were searching for the term "abortion clinic" dumbass.


Women don't know what is best for them which is why they need to be tricked into doing something they don't want.
 
2014-04-29 03:19:21 PM  

impaler: LifeNews reported that "Google has banned ads from pro-life pregnancy centers that offer women and their unborn children abortion alternatives" leaving "just one choice, abortion."

They were searching for the term "abortion clinic" dumbass.


Shouldn't women searching for "abortion clinics" also see results for places that rotate tires, dry-clean, adopt out unwanted kids, proselytize, vulcanize tires wil-u-wait, slut-shame, and produce organic anti-emetic herbal remedies in one place? And further, if women do NOT see those results, isn't it pretty much like living in Pol Pot's Czarist Ubeki-beki-bekistan-stan?

// something something scroogled
 
2014-04-29 03:19:32 PM  

ManateeGag: palladiate: using a vacuum pump, spreader clamps and steel probe attached to a steel wand is the wrong way. Using herbal medications and natural cleansing is the right way.

there's gotta be a middle ground


37.media.tumblr.com
 
2014-04-29 03:20:53 PM  

impaler: LifeNews reported that "Google has banned ads from pro-life pregnancy centers that offer women and their unborn children abortion alternatives" leaving "just one choice, abortion."

They were searching for the term "abortion clinic" dumbass.


If you google abortion alternatives it is just one sentence. It says that there is no alternative and that women must abort their babies.

Actualy the first result to that search is Crisis pregnancy centers. So as usuall a buch of right wing bull shiat.
 
2014-04-29 03:21:49 PM  

palladiate: These comments are precious.

Are medically-induced abortions sometimes necessary? Sadly, yes. But, there are right and wrong ways to perform those abortions - using a vacuum pump, spreader clamps and steel probe attached to a steel wand is the wrong way. Using herbal medications and natural cleansing is the right way.

I must have missed the drum circle at the last RNC.


I especially like the one where they are claiming that people who are pro-choice are practicing racist eugenics....that's like a black-hole inside of a klein bottle of derp.
 
2014-04-29 03:22:11 PM  
But it's conscionable for them to trick women out of getting abortions.
 
2014-04-29 03:25:28 PM  

moothemagiccow: But it's conscionable for them to trick women out of getting abortions.


I don't think they look at it as lying to women about the biology of pregnancy in order to suit their political aims, but instead, saving lives.

It's all a matter of perspective.
 
2014-04-29 03:27:40 PM  
Poor Newsmax, looking for an alternative to google?

Let me yippy that for you.

No?  You're right.   People google stuff, they don't yippy stuff.

Who's fault is that, Newsmax?   After all, they in the free market too.
 
2014-04-29 03:29:55 PM  
Pro-life supporters say that the centers provide necessary options besides abortion, The Hill reported.

And then they go on to only mention abortion.

Carol Tobias of the National Right to Life Committee termed Google's decision "unconscionable" and said many pregnant women would be hurt by the move.

Oh, NOW they "care" about women?

"Google is waging a war on women by limiting knowledge of the options and services available to women," she told The Hill.
LifeNews reported that "Google has banned ads from pro-life pregnancy centers that offer women and their unborn children abortion alternatives" leaving "just one choice, abortion."


They aren't searching for "abortion alternatives", you numb coont. If you want them to get the correct results, then you need to set up your SEO for "abortion alternatives".

Jesus, the Right's official motto should be "If we ain't lying, it's not a day that ends in 'Y'".
 
2014-04-29 03:31:04 PM  
I've been getting "Should Obama be Impeached," banner ads on Youtube videos lately, I always figure it's because every so often I click on a Righty website from Fark.
 
2014-04-29 03:32:15 PM  

starsrift: moothemagiccow: But it's conscionable for them to trick women out of getting abortions.

I don't think they look at it as lying to women about the biology of pregnancy in order to suit their political aims, but instead, saving lives.

It's all a matter of perspective.


People who are against abortion because they truly believe that a human life begins at conception, and who make reasonable concessions for the life and health of the mother (after all, if someone was killing me, event unintentionally,  I'm within my rights to kill them first), are at least consistent in their views.

(Not that I agree with them.)

What I don't get are the people who would rather let a woman die (and take the fetus with her!) than let her have an abortion. That just makes no sense to me.
 
2014-04-29 03:32:26 PM  

I_Am_Weasel: Poor Newsmax, looking for an alternative to google?

Let me yippy that for you.

No?  You're right.   People google stuff, they don't yippy stuff.

Who's fault is that, Newsmax?   After all, they in the free market too.


Your post just made me Google Yippy, so I could Yippy Google.
 
2014-04-29 03:33:56 PM  
Latest one I've seen is the argument that abortion is actually "naturally selecting" for passing on genes that carry traits for irresponsibility, i.e. getting pregnant and needing the abortion in the first place. Just enough science in there to make the fervent froth in a frenzy of effervescent fervency.
 
2014-04-29 03:36:29 PM  
It's like googling for the nearest hospital and being sent to the Christian Science Reading Room.
 
2014-04-29 03:37:21 PM  

palladiate: These comments are precious.

Are medically-induced abortions sometimes necessary? Sadly, yes. But, there are right and wrong ways to perform those abortions - using a vacuum pump, spreader clamps and steel probe attached to a steel wand is the wrong way. Using herbal medications and natural cleansing is the right way.

I must have missed the drum circle at the last RNC.


LOL, but a transvaginal ultrasound is A-farking-OK.
 
2014-04-29 03:38:38 PM  
How am I going to learn all the secrets of picking up women that liberals don't want me to know???
 
2014-04-29 03:38:45 PM  

vernonFL: Floor humping guy? No!


Blues_X: [photos.imageevent.com image 125x125]


Anyone care to explain? This is lost on me.
 
2014-04-29 03:40:33 PM  

HAMMERTOE: fervent froth in a frenzy of effervescent fervency.


Nice, but I'll have to amend your alliteration award for apparent avoidance of alternate adjectives.
 
2014-04-29 03:42:21 PM  
"What do you mean we can't knowingly defraud people?  ITS FOR JESUS!!!!!"
 
2014-04-29 03:43:13 PM  
From the comments:

JamesMadison1791 • 5 hours ago
Isn't it amazing when you search in "Google" for "Alternatives to abortion services" the first ad is fro an abortion service.
As usual google is lying and playing politics.


What's REALLY amazing is that JamesMadison1791 is so mentally retarded, yet he apparently typed that entire post by banging his willy on the key baord.

Google search for: alternatives to abortion services

img.fark.net
 
2014-04-29 03:43:39 PM  

Empty H: vernonFL: Floor humping guy? No!

Blues_X: [photos.imageevent.com image 125x125]

Anyone care to explain? This is lost on me.


http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=floor%20humper

There ya go.
 
2014-04-29 03:44:50 PM  

UrukHaiGuyz: HAMMERTOE: fervent froth in a frenzy of effervescent fervency.

Nice, but I'll have to amend your alliteration award for apparent avoidance of alternate adjectives.


Sorry, with vowels it's assonance, not alliteration.
 
2014-04-29 03:45:42 PM  

Lord Dimwit: starsrift: moothemagiccow: But it's conscionable for them to trick women out of getting abortions.

I don't think they look at it as lying to women about the biology of pregnancy in order to suit their political aims, but instead, saving lives.

It's all a matter of perspective.

People who are against abortion because they truly believe that a human life begins at conception, and who make reasonable concessions for the life and health of the mother (after all, if someone was killing me, event unintentionally,  I'm within my rights to kill them first), are at least consistent in their views.

(Not that I agree with them.)

What I don't get are the people who would rather let a woman die (and take the fetus with her!) than let her have an abortion. That just makes no sense to me.


Because most of the time the line "life begins at conception" really is just a smoke screen for a melange of baser emotions that drive anti-abortionists.

The primary one is that the baby isn't some gift or miracle, but actually a  punishment intended for the woman.  Her sin is having sex while being: poor, lazy, a minority.  They have a delusion of welfare cheats, shiftless minorities, and loose women all having consequence free sex.  Pregnancy is supposed to correct these moral failings by dumping a child that will hopefully change their ways.  Abortion short circuits this whole process.

Now this isn't a  consciousmotivation, but by god, you can detect it in the undercurrents of their speech and the way they frame their arguments.

It also ties into their "just world/prosperity gospel" bullshiat.  That people get what they deserve based upon who they are.  Righteous god fearing christians will never get into a situation that requires an abortion.  Dumb sub-human sinners get into that situation because of their moral failings and deserve what comes to them.

When you start to realize that this is how right-wing authoritarian conservatism thinks and operates, it becomes easy to see why they are so hurtful and vengeful:  It affirms how they are the greater people.
 
2014-04-29 03:47:50 PM  

Mikey1969: From the comments:

JamesMadison1791 • 5 hours ago
Isn't it amazing when you search in "Google" for "Alternatives to abortion services" the first ad is fro an abortion service.
As usual google is lying and playing politics.

What's REALLY amazing is that JamesMadison1791 is so mentally retarded, yet he apparently typed that entire post by banging his willy on the key baord.

Google search for: alternatives to abortion services

[img.fark.net image 791x830]


Dude, where would they be if they couldn't use outright falsehoods in their arguments?
 
2014-04-29 03:48:14 PM  

Mikey1969: Google search for: alternatives to abortion services


I searched the exact same phrase and got two pro-life ads.

img.fark.net
 
2014-04-29 03:52:04 PM  

impaler: LifeNews reported that "Google has banned ads from pro-life pregnancy centers that offer women and their unborn children abortion alternatives" leaving "just one choice, abortion."

They were searching for the term "abortion clinic" dumbass.


Is this their new thing?

Everything - abortion = pro-life?

Everything + abortion = pro-choice?
 
2014-04-29 03:55:46 PM  

born_yesterday: Dude, where would they be if they couldn't use outright falsehoods in their arguments?


They'd be standing there in the middle of the street with no argument...


HMS_Blinkin: Mikey1969: Google search for: alternatives to abortion services

I searched the exact same phrase and got two pro-life ads.

[img.fark.net image 850x696]


AND you got 20,000,000 more results. Weird. Either way, that dude is full of shiat. Although, if he managed to type all of that while nailed to his cross, I'm even more impressed than i was before.
 
2014-04-29 03:57:04 PM  

ProdigalSigh: I've been getting "Should Obama be Impeached," banner ads on Youtube videos lately, I always figure it's because every so often I click on a Righty website from Fark.


I've been getting promoted tweets from John Bolton, mustachioed UN ambassador for the US appointed by Bush the Lesser, on my Twitter feed, saying stuff like "Obama is the worst president ever" and "We're eating Iran's shiat!" (paraphrasing, but not by much) followed by "click to agree". I don't even follow right-wing political feeds. Maybe it's because of Fark, since I see those "Obama: most embarrassing president since Clinton" ads on Youtube and Facebook and other places too. Goddamn tracker scripts.

But anyway, "crisis pregnancy centers" are evil, deceptive scam shops that rightly should be excluded from searches for abortion services. They wouldn't have to be. I think there is room in the world for women who have unplanned pregnancies to seek information and explore options that would allow them to bring the baby to term if they want to, but if that's not what they want, they shouldn't be tricked into it.
 
2014-04-29 03:58:31 PM  

Rhino_man: Empty H: vernonFL: Floor humping guy? No!

Blues_X: [photos.imageevent.com image 125x125]

Anyone care to explain? This is lost on me.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=floor%20humper

There ya go.


Interesting. Thank you.
 
2014-04-29 03:59:16 PM  

Empty H: vernonFL: Floor humping guy? No!

Blues_X: [photos.imageevent.com image 125x125]

Anyone care to explain? This is lost on me.


Way back in the heady days of the run-up to the Iraq war, when the conservatives first learned to create their own separate set of ads that appeal to their weird base. Some of these ads were for speed seduction techniques (that Hillary Clinton didn't often want you to know about). Others were for cornstarch based "lube" to make your wife tighter and yet others were for secrets of physical fitness.

Not quite the heady days of goldbuggery and overpriced seeds, but they were so young then.

One of the exercise secrets was a guy who sold videos of himself using plyometrics to get all buff and limber. The anigifs had him standing there all buff, then in a yoga style pose that looked like he was rubbing his cock on the carpet. Hence:floor humper.
 
2014-04-29 04:01:30 PM  

zimbach: ProdigalSigh: I've been getting "Should Obama be Impeached," banner ads on Youtube videos lately, I always figure it's because every so often I click on a Righty website from Fark.

I've been getting promoted tweets from John Bolton, mustachioed UN ambassador for the US appointed by Bush the Lesser, on my Twitter feed, saying stuff like "Obama is the worst president ever" and "We're eating Iran's shiat!" (paraphrasing, but not by much) followed by "click to agree". I don't even follow right-wing political feeds. Maybe it's because of Fark, since I see those "Obama: most embarrassing president since Clinton" ads on Youtube and Facebook and other places too. Goddamn tracker scripts.

But anyway, "crisis pregnancy centers" are evil, deceptive scam shops that rightly should be excluded from searches for abortion services. They wouldn't have to be. I think there is room in the world for women who have unplanned pregnancies to seek information and explore options that would allow them to bring the baby to term if they want to, but if that's not what they want, they shouldn't be tricked into it.


I know the FDA got after those "Cancer Treatment Centers of America" for not actually, you know, treating cancer. Would the FDA be able to go after these centers for misreprenting themselves as providing a medical service? I would think at a minimum they would be required to refer a pregnant woman to a doctor if her pregnancy was in any way above normal risk.
 
2014-04-29 04:06:37 PM  

Esc7: The primary one is that the baby isn't some gift or miracle, but actually a punishment intended for the woman. Her sin is having sex while being: poor, lazy, a minority. They have a delusion of welfare cheats, shiftless minorities, and loose women all having consequence free sex. Pregnancy is supposed to correct these moral failings by dumping a child that will hopefully change their ways. Abortion short circuits this whole process.


Very perceptive. This is because their "holy bible" specifically states that the woman's pregnancy is the hereditary punishment for the woman for Eve's tricking Adam into eating the apple. Apparently, no punishment is merited by an all-knowing parent knowingly leaving "his" children in the company of evil seeking to lead them astray.
 
2014-04-29 04:07:40 PM  

Lord Dimwit: I know the FDA got after those "Cancer Treatment Centers of America" for not actually, you know, treating cancer. Would the FDA be able to go after these centers for misreprenting themselves as providing a medical service? I would think at a minimum they would be required to refer a pregnant woman to a doctor if her pregnancy was in any way above normal risk.


In a sane world, a place that say, sources for adoption would say to someone seeking an abortion "No, we don't provide that service here. You should go to Planned Parenthood across the street." and that should be the end of it.

This country, last I checked, is far from sane.
 
2014-04-29 04:22:06 PM  
zimbach:

But anyway, "crisis pregnancy centers" are evil, deceptive scam shops that rightly should be excluded from searches for abortion services. They wouldn't have to be. I think there is room in the world for women who have unplanned pregnancies to seek information and explore options that would allow them to bring the baby to term if they want to, but if that's not what they want, they shouldn't be tricked into it.

I totally agree.

I went to one once with my roommate who was working a minimum wage job and wanted a free pregnancy test.  She asked me to go along and I remember she told me all about the place and what they would say to her if the test came up positive.  She was just going to smile and nod and leave in that case, but she knew she'd get the hard sell.  But she'd done her research.

It was a fairly creepy waiting room.  Didn't feel hopeful at all like I suppose they ostensibly intended.

Fortunately for my roomie, the test came up negative and the center wanted nothing more to do with us.
 
2014-04-29 04:24:06 PM  
Meh.  As long as they get rid of the ad about "This one weird food is a miracle cure for all that ails ye" and it shows a picture of what looks like a brown egg with a creepy cartilaginous nozzle thing sticking out of it.
 
2014-04-29 04:24:56 PM  
"Google is waging a war on women by limiting knowledge of the options and services available to women," she told The Hill.

Cognitive dissonance or just highly ironic?
 
2014-04-29 04:42:29 PM  
Why don't they just pull themselves up by their boostraps and make their own search engine instead of trying to tell other people how to run their business?
 
2014-04-29 04:44:08 PM  

zimbach: But anyway, "crisis pregnancy centers" are evil, deceptive scam shops that rightly should be excluded from searches for abortion services. They wouldn't have to be. I think there is room in the world for women who have unplanned pregnancies to seek information and explore options that would allow them to bring the baby to term if they want to, but if that's not what they want, they shouldn't be tricked into it.


Glad I'm not the only one.

And to your point if conservatives wanted to stop unwanted pregnancies rather than just abortions, there would be more pressure for better sex education in public schools.  I can't remember the name of the justice but one of the key votes in Roe v. Wade spent months gathering information on abortion, who got them and why.  His ultimate conclusion was that enough women would find ways to get poorly performed abortions (the subplot in Dirty Dancing) that it was a significant enough women's health issue to have them legalized.  I can only imagine that "dirty clinics" would pop up again if it was made illegal.  If kids having sex got an actual education on safe sex, abortions would probably topple.

When I went to college in 1999, there were sex ed workshops offered (possibly mandatory, can't remember) to all freshmen, possibly even a part of orientation.  They basically showed people how to put a condom on and explained some stuff about other birth controls.  When I was a sophomore, my then girlfriend led one of the classes, she had some great/sad stories on how ignorant some of the kids were with their questions.  Now ignore pregnancy and think about the gay kids and HIV... or the sexually active kids who show up already infected with something or pregnant after their senior summer who are too afraid to speak up or even get tested.  Granted this was over ten years ago and I'm not on a campus anymore, but I don't think sex ed has improved since then.

For what it's worth sex ed wise here's what I officially got:  4th grade, read There's a Boy in the Girl's bathroom, and a visit to the girls bathroom where we all asked about the mysterious box in that room, nothing was explained; 6/7th grade boys separated from girls we learned some female anatomy, but were mostly told we're growing hair in places, don't have sex; as freshman/sophomore in high school health class, girls have periods, fallopian tubes, don't have sex.
 
2014-04-29 04:50:02 PM  

China White Tea: Why don't they just pull themselves up by their boostraps and make their own search engine instead of trying to tell other people how to run their business?


Been there, done that.
 
2014-04-29 04:50:47 PM  
Not sure why subby chose Newsmax, but didn't that seem like a surprisingly reasonable and fair report coming from Newsmax!?
 
2014-04-29 04:55:10 PM  

China White Tea: Why don't they just pull themselves up by their boostraps and make their own search engine instead of trying to tell other people how to run their business?


They did it with wikipedia.
 
2014-04-29 05:04:34 PM  
Hey, I'm all for this, but Google can't really take the moral high road, when I search for "Lenovo support" or "HP support" first results brings up a list of scamster tech "support" companies that bilk the old and uneducated into paying three hundred dollars to fix "problems on their PC" that they never had.
 
2014-04-29 05:15:24 PM  

ProdigalSigh: When I went to college in 1999, there were sex ed workshops offered (possibly mandatory, can't remember) to all freshmen, possibly even a part of orientation.  They basically showed people how to put a condom on and explained some stuff about other birth controls.  When I was a sophomore, my then girlfriend led one of the classes, she had some great/sad stories on how ignorant some of the kids were with their questions.  Now ignore pregnancy and think about the gay kids and HIV... or the sexually active kids who show up already infected with something or pregnant after their senior summer who are too afraid to speak up or even get tested.  Granted this was over ten years ago and I'm not on a campus anymore, but I don't think sex ed has improved since then.

For what it's worth sex ed wise here's what I officially got:  4th grade, read There's a Boy in the Girl's bathroom, and a visit to the girls bathroom where we all asked about the mysterious box in that room, nothing was explained; 6/7th grade boys separated from girls we learned some female anatomy, but were mostly told we're growing hair in places, don't have sex; as freshman/sophomore in high school health class, girls have periods, fallopian tubes, don't have sex.


Damn where did you to school, I went to school in the Pennsltucky part of Pennsylvania back in the dark ages of 70-80s and while we only sex ed in tenth grade we did learn about birth control and STDs.
 
2014-04-29 05:15:53 PM  
Good.jpg
 
2014-04-29 05:29:37 PM  
but but free market....
 
2014-04-29 05:36:56 PM  

spongeboob: Damn where did you to school, I went to school in the Pennsltucky part of Pennsylvania back in the dark ages of 70-80s and while we only sex ed in tenth grade we did learn about birth control and STDs.


Indiana.
 
2014-04-29 06:33:20 PM  

RoyBatty: Not sure why subby chose Newsmax, but didn't that seem like a surprisingly reasonable and fair report coming from Newsmax!?


Agreed. It's almost like for once they begrudgingly admit things are silly here.

I'm sure it will pass.
 
2014-04-29 07:02:41 PM  

Lord Dimwit: What I don't get are the people who would rather let a woman die (and take the fetus with her!) than let her have an abortion. That just makes no sense to me.


Isn't this akin to the philosophical thought experiments - "say you are at the points lever for a railway, and some evil guy has tied up 4 people on the railway track, and another person on the siding. The train is almost here so you don't have time to do anything but either pull the lever or not." A lot of people will choose to do nothing, and let more people die, than intervene and save a net three lives. So equally some people would prefer to passively let both mother and baby die, rather than intervene and save the mother.
 
2014-04-29 07:10:35 PM  
One Weird Trick to Unforming Babby
 
2014-04-29 07:20:58 PM  

Confabulat: This was referred to as "Google fascism" on my Facebook page a couple hours ago.


did you block the person?
 
2014-04-29 07:21:57 PM  

namatad: Confabulat: This was referred to as "Google fascism" on my Facebook page a couple hours ago.

did you block the person?


Nah, I spent an hour meeting some girl who objected to me. New friends are always lovely!
 
2014-04-29 07:29:19 PM  

Lord Dimwit: zimbach: ProdigalSigh: I've been getting "Should Obama be Impeached," banner ads on Youtube videos lately, I always figure it's because every so often I click on a Righty website from Fark.

I've been getting promoted tweets from John Bolton, mustachioed UN ambassador for the US appointed by Bush the Lesser, on my Twitter feed, saying stuff like "Obama is the worst president ever" and "We're eating Iran's shiat!" (paraphrasing, but not by much) followed by "click to agree". I don't even follow right-wing political feeds. Maybe it's because of Fark, since I see those "Obama: most embarrassing president since Clinton" ads on Youtube and Facebook and other places too. Goddamn tracker scripts.

But anyway, "crisis pregnancy centers" are evil, deceptive scam shops that rightly should be excluded from searches for abortion services. They wouldn't have to be. I think there is room in the world for women who have unplanned pregnancies to seek information and explore options that would allow them to bring the baby to term if they want to, but if that's not what they want, they shouldn't be tricked into it.

I know the FDA got after those "Cancer Treatment Centers of America" for not actually, you know, treating cancer. Would the FDA be able to go after these centers for misreprenting themselves as providing a medical service? I would think at a minimum they would be required to refer a pregnant woman to a doctor if her pregnancy was in any way above normal risk.


Could they argue that Passages Malibu is not an addiction recovery service but just a posh resort/cult compound? I see those suckers advertising on E! reality shows, where just the stars can afford it, not the average viewer.
 
2014-04-29 07:32:19 PM  

Confabulat: This was referred to as "Google fascism" on my Facebook page a couple hours ago.


That is the closest they will get to coming close to using that word correctly and yet, they are still 90 yards away.

I know that metaphor sucks, so does calling anything that's not fascism, fascism. Fascist like? Maybe ok depending on hitting more than 7 of the 14 points. Sliding down the slope of fascism? Fine if you hit at least 2. Flat out calling something fascist? Dumb.
 
2014-04-29 09:11:31 PM  

China White Tea: Why don't they just pull themselves up by their bootstraps and make their own search engine instead of trying to tell other people how to run their business?


Bing?
 
2014-04-29 09:43:26 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: There are more than 4,000 crisis pregnancy centers across the country, which according to NARAL, actively dissuade women from undergoing abortions by falsely claiming that abortion can lead to breast cancer, sterility and psychological trauma. The group also says that the centers claim birth control pills cause abortion.

Link


I sure wish those jerks could be sued for medical malpractice.
 
2014-04-29 11:40:06 PM  

Mikey1969: From the comments:

JamesMadison1791 • 5 hours ago
Isn't it amazing when you search in "Google" for "Alternatives to abortion services" the first ad is fro an abortion service.
As usual google is lying and playing politics.

What's REALLY amazing is that JamesMadison1791 is so mentally retarded, yet he apparently typed that entire post by banging his willy on the key baord.

Google search for: alternatives to abortion services


Maybe he searches for abortion clinics a lot, so what comesup first for him is abortion clinics. The Google algorhythm takes last searches and visited sites into account IIRC.
 
2014-04-29 11:56:09 PM  

shamanwest: Mikey1969: From the comments:

JamesMadison1791 • 5 hours ago
Isn't it amazing when you search in "Google" for "Alternatives to abortion services" the first ad is fro an abortion service.
As usual google is lying and playing politics.

What's REALLY amazing is that JamesMadison1791 is so mentally retarded, yet he apparently typed that entire post by banging his willy on the key baord.

Google search for: alternatives to abortion services

Maybe he searches for abortion clinics a lot, so what comesup first for him is abortion clinics. The Google algorhythm takes last searches and visited sites into account IIRC.


Well, that would explain why my first 17 attempts had some variation on horny grannies, midget transsexuals cross-dressing collies and crush fetish. One time I had a page for an old transsexual midget having 'relations' with a female collie dressed like Bob the Builder while they stomped on little frogs.

I thought my Google was broken.
 
2014-04-30 12:03:25 AM  

shamanwest: Mikey1969: From the comments:

JamesMadison1791 • 5 hours ago
Isn't it amazing when you search in "Google" for "Alternatives to abortion services" the first ad is fro an abortion service.
As usual google is lying and playing politics.

What's REALLY amazing is that JamesMadison1791 is so mentally retarded, yet he apparently typed that entire post by banging his willy on the key baord.

Google search for: alternatives to abortion services

Maybe he searches for abortion clinics a lot, so what comesup first for him is abortion clinics. The Google algorhythm takes last searches and visited sites into account IIRC.


He doesn't mention that the first six pages of his results are ads for anal dildos.
 
2014-04-30 01:17:49 AM  

DoctorCal: shamanwest: Mikey1969: From the comments:

JamesMadison1791 • 5 hours ago
Isn't it amazing when you search in "Google" for "Alternatives to abortion services" the first ad is fro an abortion service.
As usual google is lying and playing politics.

What's REALLY amazing is that JamesMadison1791 is so mentally retarded, yet he apparently typed that entire post by banging his willy on the key baord.

Google search for: alternatives to abortion services

Maybe he searches for abortion clinics a lot, so what comesup first for him is abortion clinics. The Google algorhythm takes last searches and visited sites into account IIRC.

He doesn't mention that the first six pages of his results are ads for anal dildos.


Hey! I take offense to that! In the industry, we refer to such things by their Proper names! They're "Buggery Blockers!" To keep they gays out of our butts, you know, so we don't have to walk around with our backs to the walls! Yes, you too can own the new Buggery Blocker XL, for added protection! When you think Empty Bottoms for Jesus, think Buggery Blocker!

/Seriously. Someone should make a buttplug called that.
//For science.
 
2014-04-30 01:33:23 AM  

vharshyde: DoctorCal: shamanwest: Mikey1969: From the comments:

JamesMadison1791 • 5 hours ago
Isn't it amazing when you search in "Google" for "Alternatives to abortion services" the first ad is fro an abortion service.
As usual google is lying and playing politics.

What's REALLY amazing is that JamesMadison1791 is so mentally retarded, yet he apparently typed that entire post by banging his willy on the key baord.

Google search for: alternatives to abortion services

Maybe he searches for abortion clinics a lot, so what comesup first for him is abortion clinics. The Google algorhythm takes last searches and visited sites into account IIRC.

He doesn't mention that the first six pages of his results are ads for anal dildos.

Hey! I take offense to that! In the industry, we refer to such things by their Proper names! They're "Buggery Blockers!" To keep they gays out of our butts, you know, so we don't have to walk around with our backs to the walls! Yes, you too can own the new Buggery Blocker XL, for added protection! When you think Empty Bottoms for Jesus, think Buggery Blocker!

/Seriously. Someone should make a buttplug called that.
//For science.


Lock and load!
 
2014-04-30 03:19:30 AM  

Mikey1969: Well, that would explain why my first 17 attempts had some variation on horny grannies, midget transsexuals cross-dressing collies and crush fetish. One time I had a page for an old transsexual midget having 'relations' with a female collie dressed like Bob the Builder while they stomped on little frogs.

I thought my Google was broken.


Disinformation is more fun than a bar full of drunk Jarheads, folks.

Let's fold, spindle, mutilate and disinform our Google searches.
 
2014-04-30 09:38:12 AM  
Transvaginal ultrasound was the company that produced all the music for porn movies in the 70s.
 
2014-04-30 12:01:20 PM  

palladiate: These comments are precious.

Are medically-induced abortions sometimes necessary? Sadly, yes. But, there are right and wrong ways to perform those abortions - using a vacuum pump, spreader clamps and steel probe attached to a steel wand is the wrong way. Using herbal medications and natural cleansing is the right way.

I must have missed the drum circle at the last RNC.


For what it's worth, herbal medications are the prescribed method in the Bible (Numbers 5:19-28).  Bitter water is a reference to an herbal abortifacient tea (possibly silphium).

Then the priest shall put the woman under oath and say to her, "If no other man has had sexual relations with you and you have not gone astray and become impure while married to your husband, may this bitter water that brings a curse not harm you. But if you have gone astray while married to your husband and you have made yourself impure by having sexual relations with a man other than your husband"- here the priest is to put the woman under this curse-"may the Lord cause you to become a curse among your people when he makes your womb miscarry and your abdomen swell. May this water that brings a curse enter your body so that your abdomen swells or your womb miscarries."

"'Then the woman is to say, "Amen. So be it."

"'The priest is to write these curses on a scroll and then wash them off into the bitter water. He shall make the woman drink the bitter water that brings a curse, and this water that brings a curse and causes bitter suffering will enter her. The priest is to take from her hands the grain offering for jealousy, wave it before the Lord and bring it to the altar. The priest is then to take a handful of the grain offering as a memorial offering and burn it on the altar; after that, he is to have the woman drink the water. If she has made herself impure and been unfaithful to her husband, this will be the result: When she is made to drink the water that brings a curse and causes bitter suffering, it will enter her, her abdomen will swell and her womb will miscarry, and she will become a curse. If, however, the woman has not made herself impure, but is clean, she will be cleared of guilt and will be able to have children.
 
2014-04-30 07:31:54 PM  

Mikey1969: Well, that would explain why my first 17 attempts had some variation on horny grannies, midget transsexuals cross-dressing collies and crush fetish. One time I had a page for an old transsexual midget having 'relations' with a female collie dressed like Bob the Builder while they stomped on little frogs.

I thought my Google was broken.


Wait. You mean it's not like that for everyone?
 
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