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That's why he packs.
The only 'deterrent' to any crime is for individuals to possess consciences and true empathy for the well being of others. Any punishment or correction after the fact is a response; not a deterrent. There's an old saying, 'locks only keep out honest people.' NO! Locks only keep out lazy thieves. A real thief will work past the lock. An honest person won't steal whether an entrance is locked or not. Their conscience 'deters' them from behaving in an unprincipled manner. Since 'principles' aren't based on any absolutes and we now live in a relativistic world the best we can hope for is the correct responses to the violations that principled conscientiousness may have deterred.
Fortunately for the child there was no racial identity test done while still in utero. While we're are going further into bizarro world though why is there still such a thing as 'fixed race'. Since gender may or may not be fixed, their child is at liberty to be any race she chooses as well.
Beside any of the birth problems the article mentioned there's nothing saying that a recessive gene from a distant ancestor won't show up and your melanin count isn't going to look the same as your sibling from the same birth parents.
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Umm: Where is Kim Jong Un?

RickG_Prov_RI Wrote: Oct 11, 2014 11:20 AM
Where's Rodman? Maybe they're sharing body fluids somewhere together.
Equal pay for all purple penguins. There are no more men or women therefore there is no more gender inequality. There are no more crimes against gender because there is no gender. Save the purple penguins.
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Let's Repeal Reality

RickG_Prov_RI Wrote: Oct 10, 2014 10:00 AM
The good news is the "War on Women" and "Pay Inequality" are over. There is no gender distinction so there can be neither of the aforementioned.
No one seems to be able to successfully isolate alcohol, drugs and gang activity from the equation. It would be interesting to see what's left in comparison.
"This president is supremely independent," said Paul Begala, a Democratic strategist and longtime adviser to President Bill Clinton. "In many ways that is a very good thing. He probably came to the presidency owing less to other people than any president in memory. The risk is that independence can morph into isolation." At the risk of being branded a close minded racist I'll state. The president is overbearingly arrogant. He expects the rest of the world to share in his delusion of self grandiosity and when anyone refuses to fawn on him he alienates them from his circle. Allies and friends are hard to come by when it's a 'My way or the highway' relationship.
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Marijuana Smoke Gets in Your Rights

RickG_Prov_RI Wrote: Oct 02, 2014 3:11 PM
If you have USDOT numbers on your vehicles your operators are prohibited from having marijuana in their system....PERIOD. No exception is made for medical marijuana. If DISH plays that card they win the suit.
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