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Pacrosby 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not true. People have strengths and weaknesses. Nothing new about that. The problem came when we felt the need tho label everything and consider a difference a disorder

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Pacrosby 7 points ago +7 / -0

My nephew is 6’8” and there was nothing special about his upbringing. He just has two parents who are tall

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Pacrosby 9 points ago +10 / -1

This has been discussed a hundred times and it doesn’t appear that you are new here so you must have read those threads. If you weren’t satisfied with the answers before why bother asking again?

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Pacrosby 1 point ago +1 / -0

But it’s less about where you get it from than why you get it from where you get it. You’re supposed to know that you can’t rely on the tv. Why is it that so many people don’t know that? I honestly never knew that so many were so stupid. It’s been a tough pill to swallow for me.

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Pacrosby 4 points ago +4 / -0

I respectfully disagree. I think ‘you’ think people put him on a pedestal. Perhaps when they disagree with your personal assessment/opinion of something or another. But that doesn’t mean they don’t recognize that he is human, has faults, and sometimes makes mistakes

Always good to ask more questions, make fewer assumptions

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Pacrosby 8 points ago +8 / -0

Recognizing and supporting someone’s efforts is not ‘worshipping’. He’s not perfect, no one is… and I don’t think a single person here would insist otherwise. What you certainly won’t find here though is a high tolerance for blatant Trump bashing.. because that is counterproductive. He’s on our side

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Pacrosby 1 point ago +1 / -0

Healthcare isn’t what keeps you healthy though. Your lifestyle is. The healthiest people I know rarely if ever go to the doctor, not even for annual physicals or preventative screenings. Interestingly, those I know who are quick to run to doctors are the ones who always end up having some diagnosis or another , are on various medications, etc

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Pacrosby 9 points ago +9 / -0

Also… the rape argument is a deflection. Less than 1% of abortions are due to rape. Stay on topic. It’s about inconvenience

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Pacrosby 12 points ago +12 / -0

You don’t just ‘wake up one morning’ and find yourself with a ‘foreign’ body inside yours. . Just like you don’t wake up one morning and find yourself fat. You make decisions that lead to that consequence.

Millions upon millions of women manage to go their whole lives without finding themselves in the position of being pregnant with an unwanted child Do better and you can too

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Pacrosby 29 points ago +29 / -0

Because you aren’t following the crowd. And you are insisting you aren’t following because you know more than they do. That is an ego killer. They feel like whether you admit it or not, you think you’re smarter than they are.

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Pacrosby 5 points ago +5 / -0

Because imperfect babies don’t deserve a chance to live?

My son has half a heart. He’s 19. Happy, healthy, and lives a wonderful life

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Pacrosby 3 points ago +4 / -1

It’s a separate human being dependent on it’s mother to develop, yes, but then so is the newborn. If you think it’s murder to kill a days old/weeks old newborn it is murder to kill a baby in utero. It is not a baby only when it is convenient to call it a baby. We cannot cry for the mothers who lost their babies to miscarriage and yet dismiss others in the same stage of development as a clump of cells that have no value. We cannot spend millions of dollars developing procedures to save babies in utero and yet dismiss others in the same stage of development as a clump of cells with no value. We can’t. It defies logic

ETA… also, don’t forget that it is not like pregnancy can’t be prevented. It can. If you really really don’t want to get pregnant, you won’t get pregnant. Personal responsibility 101

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Pacrosby 4 points ago +4 / -0

Because before this ruling you may have never gotten in a flight again if you did that

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Pacrosby 2 points ago +2 / -0

Maybe I’m misunderstanding you but your records don’t tell them everything

My 93 yo mom has been in the hospital and to various doctors lately and she also never been asked. Also my son who who has heart disease. Never. And these have been teaching hospitals… one a leader in the industry. I was very surprised given all the stories I’ve heard of people essentially being harassed

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Pacrosby 4 points ago +4 / -0

My daughter is now 22 and a professional dancer (ballet though). That crap really got going about a decade ago and had nothing to do with Disney. It was the raunchy music and the choreographers who seemed to forget they were working with children. Look up the the viral story about the six and seven yos at a competitive studio in LA dancing to All the Single Ladies. Or Abbey Lee Miller and the Dance Moms show

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Pacrosby 4 points ago +4 / -0

Doctors and nurses have worn masks for short stints only while in the OR ir in a room with a pt with a highly communicable disease. I don’t know why so many people seem to think masks have been part of doctors and nurses everyday wear.

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Pacrosby 1 point ago +1 / -0

If nothing happens does that mean we believe Trump, Scavino, Pompeo and company are laughing at their supporters? And if not, what explains what they’ve been doing/implying?

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Pacrosby 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don’t even know if it’s true but it’s certainly a possibility. No less frustrating though, yes

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Pacrosby 4 points ago +4 / -0

Is it at all possible that he is publicly distancing himself so that he won’t lose those who want to distance themselves? Less so for himself than for the ability to reach more people with the truth? Just a thought

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Pacrosby 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’d like it for my own future reference… moreso for discussion with like minded souls

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Pacrosby 3 points ago +3 / -0

Me and my family, including my 93 yo mom and son w/heart disease) have ever been asked

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Pacrosby 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don’t know your doctor but we have yet to even be encouraged never mind told to get the vaccine. My mom and my son have both had multiple appts and even in the hospital and 95% of staff never even asked if they were vaxxed (mom is 93 btw and my son has heart disease)

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Pacrosby 1 point ago +1 / -0

And yet in many cases you could be thrown off or arrested if you didn’t comply. So they definitely had the upper hand

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