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Parents of Braves fan in fatal plunge blame stadium design
Tue Aug 13, 2013
As we all know, if we don't make jokes about tragedy, the victims come back to life-- it's just science. But really, no one's concern for, well, anything is altruistic-- it's derived from a sense of either being glad it didn't happen to you, or feeling horror/sadness at how you would feel if it happ …
Could it be a 'cure'? Breakthrough prompts Down syndrome soul-searching
Thu Aug 8, 2013
thetruthteller-3478699 #8.1 I don't know about you, but I love it when people advocate for rigid, ridiculous conformation to their own personal ideals for the human race (including even more ridiculous suggestions for imprisonment and punishment)-- and then compare people who disagree with them …
Cleveland house of horrors where women spent decade in 'hell' razed
Wed Aug 7, 2013
There is no such thing as an inanimate object having "sorrow." This entire article is absurd. Tearing down a home because bad things happened there-- and therefore setting a ridiculous precedent-- the victim telling the parents of missing children that they will be found (wtf?), the county prosecuto …
Food workers strike: 'I can't afford my shoes or rent'
Thu Sep 12, 2013
So you assume that with no minimum wage, companies will continue to pay high salaries from what, the goodness of their hearts?
'It made me feel ashamed': Poor moms' anguish over diaper costs
Mon Jul 29, 2013
You might want to Google "Nazi eugenics." I think you'll find you have an unlikely friend in Adolph; the two of you would have gotten along wonderfully.
'Fat shaming' actually increases risk of becoming or staying obese, new study says
Fri Jul 26, 2013
I mean, I get it. Being cruel is unnecessary and people should inherently mind their own business. Ridiculing others only ever makes things worse. Moving on-- the issue that concerns me is: why has an entire country gotten to this point? I understand not everyone has willpower of steel, but 50 years …
Dreams delayed or denied, young adults put off parenthood
Tue Jul 9, 2013
In reply to: Dan from left coast #7 You're right. I'm almost 30, childless, and I can't even count the number of abortions I've had on my fingers AND toes. If only they'd make something preventative... like a birth 'control' almost....ah well. Pipe dreams.
Teen charged, held for months over 'terroristic' Facebook threat
Thu Jul 4, 2013
Minimize? Hilarious. Why don't you quit minimizing how serious it is to keep someone in jail for months for making a joke? The fact that you perpetuate this with your earlier comments telling others to 'be quiet' for asking questions about this (as they absolutely should be) is dangerous.
Fake illegal border crossing is real Mexican theme park attraction
Thu Jun 27, 2013
The irony of someone with a German screenname spouting subtle racism isn't lost on me.
McDonald's stops selling halal McNuggets in Michigan
Tue Jun 25, 2013
You two seem very qualified to comment on, well, anything. Anyway, If you'd read the article (which I'm assuming you didn't; it appears you just read the headline, tied on your American flag bandana, got out your Budweiser and ranch dressing and just started foaming at the mouth on principle) you wo …
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