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|Wednesday, November 30th, 2005|
not specifically about choice, but from an article about the SCOTUS
Invasion of the Grammar Police: "I don't think we're really chipping away at" Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion, said Eileen Roberts, a supporter of the parental notification law whose daughter had an abortion in 1987 at the age of 14.
" of the parental notification law whose daughter had an abortion in 1987 at the age of 14." This part of the sentence says that the law's daughter had an abortion at age 14! I love it when people use English wrong.
|Thursday, July 17th, 2003|
|Thursday, May 8th, 2003|
|Wednesday, May 7th, 2003|
"Even as early as 1996 a Gallup poll reported, "Women with a high school education are more pro-life, 47%, than pro-choice, 37%."
"But they also found that the college experience for women is "a major -- even revolutionary -- influence" when it comes to their views on abortion: "Women who have attended college but not completed a four-year program are more pro-choice, 59% -- an increase in the pro-choice group of 22 points. The margin of pro-choice over pro-life responses is even greater among women who have completed a four-year college program -- 73% to 24%."
I was anti-choice when I was younger, because I came from a conservative, religious town, and hadn't really begun to think for myself. I didn't have all of the facts or perspectives.
Then I went to college and actually learned
, not to mention escaped the conservative small town.
This woman is an idiot.
"Why? Too often women cannot find the practical or emotional support they need to be both parents and students. Abortion doctors know this and they set up clinics on the outskirts of campus."
On the "outskirts" of my
campus, there are two CPCs.
|Friday, May 2nd, 2003|
|Tuesday, April 29th, 2003|
|Thursday, April 24th, 2003|
Look who failed math....
This is what I learned from that....everybody watch and clap!!
Prove - computer=machine
By the transitive property, a machine=something that runs on electricity=a computer, therefore computer=machine.
Given - computer=good
Prove - machine=good
By the substitution property, since we know that computer=machine, and computer=good, we can also say that machine=good.
Therefor, abortion should be legal! Wheee!!!! Current Mood: amused
|Tuesday, April 22nd, 2003|
We all mostly met at abortiondebate, so this rant fits.
I am so FUCKING SICK AND TIRED of the BRAINDEAD prolife contingent getting smacked around for illogic and then WHINING about their perception of bias in the community
So most of us are prochoice.
So we've chased away braindead IDIOTS and people who consistently repeat refuted arguments by saying "no, it isn't" 1000 times in repetition.
So prolifers who exhibit an allergy to fact and logic get smacked and sometimes we don't take prochoicers to the exact same degree of smacking.
SHUT THE FUCK UP ALREADY YOU PISSY LITTLE WHINERS!!!!!!!!
This rant brought to by Kamuela's Official Boiling Point
|Thursday, April 3rd, 2003|
|Thursday, March 13th, 2003|
Cheap commercial soymilk!
My local Sam's Club finally has soymilk -- three half-gallon cartons of vanilla-flavored Silk for US$6.76. I hate to patronize the evil empire, but until I secure cheesecloth I don't have the facilities to make my own for approximately 30 cents a gallon now.
The lactose-intolerant midget here has been behaving unbelievably well ever since the return of milk (albeit soy) to her fluid intake.
If they can't spray Ortho Novum from planes, could they drop soy milk from them? Even I'd go outside more for that.
|Friday, March 7th, 2003|
If we can't get Wesley Willis, then this kid
should play the reception.
|Wednesday, March 5th, 2003|
|Monday, March 3rd, 2003|
|Sunday, March 2nd, 2003|
Current Mood: full of soy goodness!
|Saturday, March 1st, 2003|
|Friday, February 28th, 2003|
|Thursday, February 27th, 2003|