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'Horny' is a specific and highly concentrated form of loneliness.
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Who Needs an Ebola Czar?

Mag14 Wrote: 19 mins ago (2:45 PM)
And btw, are we to assume ebola is a permanent national-level concern from now on?
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Who Needs an Ebola Czar?

Mag14 Wrote: 20 mins ago (2:44 PM)
We would have a superior government if we got rid of all 'czars' and most of the cabinet.
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Should We Strip Terrorists of Citizenship?

Mag14 Wrote: 1 hour ago (1:27 PM)
This article should be titled 'CAN We Strip Terrorists of Citizenship'. And it should be considerably shorter. btw, I'm totes down with shooting traitors, especially in wartime.
No idea why Bush chose not to reveal the WMD our military found but I think it a near certainty that it was for reasons of national interest rather than personal interest. In contrast to the reasons Obama does or doesn't reveal things.
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Dear Monica

Mag14 Wrote: 1 hour ago (1:09 PM)
Maybe by the time she is sixty she'll quit devoting her life to being a 'victim'.
“As one peruses the course syllabus, there is no mention of abortion alternatives like adoption or pregnancy crisis centers.” Yes, there is: WEEK 2: Abortion, Professionalism, and Patient-Centered Counseling - Principles of pregnancy options counseling, abortion counseling, and informed consent From Wikipedia: “…the counselor impartially presents the patient with her options that usually include: continuing the pregnancy, either through parenting herself or making an adoption plan, and abortion.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pregnancy_options_counseling “A light needs to be shined on this blatant abuse of taxpayer funds and disregard for intellectual diversity.” Right, because offering the class for free and publishing the syllabus online is all part of the UC system’s diabolical plot to hide the existence of the course. Points for knowing what ‘lux’ means though. I don’t know much Latin (lux is one of the handful of words know), but I do read English quite well, and the title of the course is ‘Abortion: Quality Care and Public Health Implications’. It’s a medical university class that concerns a medical procedure. When people DON’T choose abortion it is no longer a medical procedure, it is standard OB/GYN. UCSF offers courses on that too. Probably more than one. Abortion is nasty, depressing and rooted in a lack of faith, whether in God or in oneself as a viable mother. It is also legal. As long as that is the case, it is imperative that it be done according to a code of ethics and with surgical precision - as opposed to the Gosnell method.
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Should We Strip Terrorists of Citizenship?

Mag14 Wrote: 3 hours ago (11:17 AM)
YES.
Please don't be insensitive towards the sexuality of our friends the Sciuridae. The preferred term, at least for the squirrel on the bottom, is 'gender-questioning' and sometimes, 'get the hell off me!'
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The Harvard 28 to the Rescue

Mag14 Wrote: 4 hours ago (10:32 AM)
I believe that a private college can do pretty much whatever they want in regard to tossing people off campus and out of their programs. Public colleges not so much. The problem is that they are treating adults as children (apparently with good cause). So you think you've been raped? Here's the number for the local police. Barring the extremely rare student who is under eighteen these people need to man- or woman-up and deal with their own problems.
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