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2018-02-13 04:04:21 PM  
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Does not approve.
 
2018-02-13 05:08:39 PM  
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2018-02-13 05:11:30 PM  
Around the local area:

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2018-02-13 05:38:12 PM  
Obligatory:

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2018-02-13 05:42:44 PM  
Obligatory:

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2018-02-13 05:43:48 PM  
Penis Park, or as I call it, home.
 
2018-02-13 05:50:33 PM  
I thought we agreed to rename that "Subby's Mom"
 
2018-02-13 05:57:34 PM  
So many Americans need to grow the fark up,.
 
2018-02-13 05:58:25 PM  
I see the weirdest boner right now.
 
2018-02-13 06:03:48 PM  
I charge small bit less to look at mine.
Hell, I'll even put 5 metal rings on it...fark it, ten. Fifteen will cost you extra.
 
2018-02-13 06:04:59 PM  
It's all about Penis Park. It's a park, with penises. Best Korea ain't got one of them, that is why we are winning....

/penis
 
2018-02-13 06:05:05 PM  
They didn't think this one through in the headline now, did they?
 
2018-02-13 06:11:27 PM  
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2018-02-13 06:19:40 PM  

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OOF
2018-02-13 06:22:10 PM  
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2018-02-13 07:05:53 PM  
"Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?
 
2018-02-13 07:21:45 PM  

hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?


I think it's a measure of how many children women are having.  The lower the number, the higher the percentage of births which are the first child for the mother.  So a lower number means fewer women with children are having more.

In other words, lots of only children in South Korea.
 
2018-02-13 07:26:39 PM  

wxboy: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

I think it's a measure of how many children women are having.  The lower the number, the higher the percentage of births which are the first child for the mother.  So a lower number means fewer women with children are having more.

In other words, lots of only children in South Korea.


Thanks. Just poorly worded.

Penis Park is the name of my all female transgender LinkinPark cover band.
 
2018-02-13 07:47:27 PM  

hughesrep: wxboy: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

I think it's a measure of how many children women are having.  The lower the number, the higher the percentage of births which are the first child for the mother.  So a lower number means fewer women with children are having more.

In other words, lots of only children in South Korea.

Thanks. Just poorly worded.

Penis Park is the name of my all female transgender LinkinPark cover band.


It's a standard measure of birthrate. Anything less than 2 suggests a population in decline.
 
2018-02-13 07:55:00 PM  

Invincible: hughesrep: wxboy: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

I think it's a measure of how many children women are having.  The lower the number, the higher the percentage of births which are the first child for the mother.  So a lower number means fewer women with children are having more.

In other words, lots of only children in South Korea.

Thanks. Just poorly worded.

Penis Park is the name of my all female transgender LinkinPark cover band.

It's a standard measure of birthrate. Anything less than 2 suggests a population in decline.


Thanks. Never seen it before. In my three beer, two bong hit mind it read as / per year. Not per / ever.
 
2018-02-13 08:03:16 PM  

hughesrep: Invincible: hughesrep: wxboy: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

I think it's a measure of how many children women are having.  The lower the number, the higher the percentage of births which are the first child for the mother.  So a lower number means fewer women with children are having more.

In other words, lots of only children in South Korea.

Thanks. Just poorly worded.

Penis Park is the name of my all female transgender LinkinPark cover band.

It's a standard measure of birthrate. Anything less than 2 suggests a population in decline.

Thanks. Never seen it before. In my three beer, two bong hit mind it read as / per year. Not per / ever.


Heh, 1.17 babies per year would be exhausting. Who has time for all that sex?
 
2018-02-13 08:13:20 PM  

Invincible: hughesrep: Invincible: hughesrep: wxboy: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

I think it's a measure of how many children women are having.  The lower the number, the higher the percentage of births which are the first child for the mother.  So a lower number means fewer women with children are having more.

In other words, lots of only children in South Korea.

Thanks. Just poorly worded.

Penis Park is the name of my all female transgender LinkinPark cover band.

It's a standard measure of birthrate. Anything less than 2 suggests a population in decline.

Thanks. Never seen it before. In my three beer, two bong hit mind it read as / per year. Not per / ever.

Heh, 1.17 babies per year would be exhausting. Who has time for all that sex?


After rtfa, you're right, the wording is terrible.
 
2018-02-13 08:19:05 PM  
The 1 baby should be alright; it's the 0.17 that worries me.
 
2018-02-13 08:36:38 PM  

hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?


Replacement rate, it's a pretty typical stat.

You need 2.1 to maintain a population, anything less and population will start to shrink.

Everyone is under 2.1 except Africa and parts of south America; once the boomers start to die at an appreciable pace, the world is actually set for a population contraction.
 
2018-02-13 09:13:05 PM  

cyberspacedout: The 1 baby should be alright; it's the 0.17 that worries me.


Funny thing is my kids are 14 months apart. We had  slightly less than 1 kid per year.

/Why yes, we are Irish Catholic.
//Done in two.
 
2018-02-13 09:40:02 PM  
BONEHENGE!
 
2018-02-13 09:50:13 PM  

Thingster: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

Replacement rate, it's a pretty typical stat.

You need 2.1 to maintain a population, anything less and population will start to shrink.

Everyone is under 2.1 except Africa and parts of south America; once the boomers start to die at an appreciable pace, the world is actually set for a population contraction.


So then why does every chart of earth's population look like this?

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2018-02-13 09:52:03 PM  

DeltaPunch: Thingster: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

Replacement rate, it's a pretty typical stat.

You need 2.1 to maintain a population, anything less and population will start to shrink.

Everyone is under 2.1 except Africa and parts of south America; once the boomers start to die at an appreciable pace, the world is actually set for a population contraction.

So then why does every chart of earth's population look like this?

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Because in only goes to 2000. . . Boomers won't really start to kick until 2040ish.
 
2018-02-13 09:55:48 PM  

DeltaPunch: Thingster: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

Replacement rate, it's a pretty typical stat.

You need 2.1 to maintain a population, anything less and population will start to shrink.

Everyone is under 2.1 except Africa and parts of south America; once the boomers start to die at an appreciable pace, the world is actually set for a population contraction.

So then why does every chart of earth's population look like this?

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https://www.un.org/development/desa/p​u​blications/world-population-prospects-​the-2017-revision.html
 
2018-02-13 10:19:16 PM  

Thingster: DeltaPunch: Thingster: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

Replacement rate, it's a pretty typical stat.

You need 2.1 to maintain a population, anything less and population will start to shrink.

Everyone is under 2.1 except Africa and parts of south America; once the boomers start to die at an appreciable pace, the world is actually set for a population contraction.

So then why does every chart of earth's population look like this?

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https://www.un.org/development/desa/pu​blications/world-population-prospects-​the-2017-revision.html


TLDR. No chart.
 
2018-02-13 11:46:51 PM  

hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?


Thingster: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

Replacement rate, it's a pretty typical stat.

You need 2.1 to maintain a population, anything less and population will start to shrink.

Everyone is under 2.1 except Africa and parts of south America; once the boomers start to die at an appreciable pace, the world is actually set for a population contraction.


"are born each year"   Each. Year.

If that's the replacement rate, S Korea must be more dangerous than Australia.
 
2018-02-14 12:21:44 AM  

Thingster: DeltaPunch: Thingster: hughesrep: "Just 1.17 babies per woman are born each year in South Korea, according to the latest government data, for 2016.

That is set to hit a historic low of 1.04 babies per woman this year, according to a government official."

WTF kind of stat is that?

Replacement rate, it's a pretty typical stat.

You need 2.1 to maintain a population, anything less and population will start to shrink.

Everyone is under 2.1 except Africa and parts of south America; once the boomers start to die at an appreciable pace, the world is actually set for a population contraction.

So then why does every chart of earth's population look like this?

[english-online.at image 600x290]

https://www.un.org/development/desa/pu​blications/world-population-prospects-​the-2017-revision.html


Ah, got it, thanks. It's rising but the slope is tapering off.

 I wonder if those prospects consider the effects of global warming? If more land becomes habitable -- enough for significant migrations to occur over the next century -- I suspect it would be followed by another boom in the global population over the subsequent centuries.
 
2018-02-14 12:54:55 AM  
It's right next to the vagina comedy beach.

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2018-02-14 01:01:07 AM  

yakmans_dad: So many Americans need to grow the fark up,.


Your Mama!
 
2018-02-14 04:18:03 PM  
DeltaPunch: So then why does every chart of earth's population look like this?

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That's why, the widespread use of penicillin and other antibiotics. I'm a big classical music fan and two of my favorite composers are Alban Berg and Alexander Scriabin. Berg died at the age of 50 from an insect sting on his back becoming infected. Scriabin died at 43 from the infection of a boil on his lip.

Obviously, there are parts of the world where the medicines to prevent that stuff are hard to find/too expensive, but for first world countries you're generally not in peril of dying from an insect sting on your back anymore.

/Yes, it happens, just sayin' is all I'm sayin'
 
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