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Aneristic Illusions / Re: You knew this was coming.
« on: April 16, 2014, 03:30:27 pm »
They won't fucking let up, will they?

Religious fanatics typically don't.

There's a really nasty provision in there.

Section 308? Edit: No I think I misread that.

It's 308.

Because the woman would have to PROVE rape or abortion to be exempted.  Now, how long does it take to convict a rapist?

About 2.5 years.

Damn, missed that implication.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: You knew this was coming.
« on: April 16, 2014, 03:29:36 pm »
This one?
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No health care service furnished—

(1)by or in a health care facility owned or operated by the Federal Government; or
(2)by any physician or other individual employed by the Federal Government to provide health care services within the scope of the physician’s or individual’s employment, may include abortion.


or does it get worse?

Oh

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309.Application to District of Columbia
In this chapter:

(1)Any reference to funds appropriated by Federal law shall be treated as including any amounts within the budget of the District of Columbia that have been approved by Act of Congress pursuant to section 446 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act (or any applicable successor Federal law).
(2)The term Federal Government includes the government of the District of Columbia.

Also:
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4.Prohibiting taxpayer funded abortions

I'm morally opposed to having my tax dollars pay for warfare and capital punishment. Can I have that prohibited too? Err.... on second thought having private companies run that would be far worse.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: You knew this was coming.
« on: April 16, 2014, 03:00:20 pm »
They won't fucking let up, will they?

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And for the record, having seen his video, I don't think he's mentally ill so much as stuck at 15 years old.

I am of course not an expert in this, so my opinion should be weighed accordingly.

Probably correct. If his facebook is to be believed, he's 25.

Also, he and I have a mutual friend. Just one.

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I'm sure I've posted this before, but the first tale is rather relevant.

And believable.

http://www.b3ta.com/questions/worstsex/

 :lulz:

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Both dudes should have known better, but neither of those are mature acts. It's something that you'd think a teenager would think was a good idea.

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They should have a specific sentence for BEING A DUMBASS.  You know, maybe a couple of years doing scutwork on a farm somewhere.  Nothing to fuck your life up, but something difficult that involves long hours.

I kind of like this.

2.5 to 5 years in prison and/or a $10k fine per Massachusetts state law for having a hoax device. Not to mention, he's going to be kissing any and all college career goodbye, no matter what he planned to do with it anyway.

That part is bullshit.  Preventing someone from having their life back once they've paid their debt does what, again?

I think her point is that, fair or not, that will be the outcome. It's probably true. Even if MassArt won't give him the boot, it's not a cheap school (11k a semester, and that's for MA residents- it says he's from Wakefield), and I don't see him getting any government grants to cover that from this point on.

I didn't expect she was endorsing it.  I was merely pointing out that the system is designed to recycle.

Ah, my mistake. It is bullshit. Everywhere has a college student that does something stupid enough to be newsworthy every year. Shit, last year some kid at Harvard called in a bomb threat because he didn't want to fail his midterm. Well, he succeeded in that, but he didn't think the whole thing through. Why would he? He's a kid.

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They should have a specific sentence for BEING A DUMBASS.  You know, maybe a couple of years doing scutwork on a farm somewhere.  Nothing to fuck your life up, but something difficult that involves long hours.

I kind of like this.

2.5 to 5 years in prison and/or a $10k fine per Massachusetts state law for having a hoax device. Not to mention, he's going to be kissing any and all college career goodbye, no matter what he planned to do with it anyway.

That part is bullshit.  Preventing someone from having their life back once they've paid their debt does what, again?

I think her point is that, fair or not, that will be the outcome. It's probably true. Even if MassArt won't give him the boot, it's not a cheap school (11k a semester, and that's for MA residents- it says he's from Wakefield), and I don't see him getting any government grants to cover that from this point on.

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I like how the article uses science to explain it. That sounds disgusting. I can see someone getting high off it and ending up on a submarine in a McDonald's commercial.

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German food critic and author Wolfgang Fassbender wrote that "the biggest challenge when eating surströmming is to vomit only after the first bite, as opposed to before."

 :lulz:

Ok, I gotta know. to the wikipedia!

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I have a Love/Hate relationship with McDonalds' seasonal Filet o Fish commercials.  :lulz:

The songs are obnoxious, because they're inane earworms that you kinda enjoy, and you want to kick yourself a little for that small bit of enjoyment.

There's also the bit where I don't eat fish.

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Oh, dear.  He's woken Squidzilla.

(For what it's worth, I read it wrong too, and was worried.)

It was still an incredibly fucked up thing for Pergamos to say regardless of what Squiddy actually said or how it was interpreted by people who aren't Pergamos.

Yes, it was.  But it's entirely possible that he didn't understand just who he was dealing with here.  It's not like Squid COULD kill herself, even if she tried.  She'd just regrow everthing and have to start over.  The Seminole Indians had legends about her, and those legends scared them so badly they asked whitey to drain the swamp for them.  The government reluctantly agreed, and hushed it all up with some nonsense about "flood control".

All officials responsible were found dead of harpoon-related causes.  And not the explodey kind.  No.

Someday, I hope to have horrorpowers like Nigel and Squiddy.

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Really?  I thought the message is, "If you leave a backpack with a pressure cooker in the same location as the bombing the night of the memorial service, you'll be arrested, even if you claim it's art."

I'm kinda landing on this side.

Ditto. I don't understand why he even thought this was a good idea, but my guess is this is going to turn into another case of "affluenza" or some shit.

Yeah, it's not exactly like it was that Aqua Teen Hunger Force ad campaign. The kid made it look like there was a bomb with the intent to be interpreted as a bomb. If calling a fake bomb threat is is illegal, a poor excuse at performance art that involves fake bombs also is.

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Oh boy, you're going to regret that question.

Cain,
knows the horrors of Scandanavian cuisine.

I know that like I know the sun comes up before 5:30 AM.

But I am curious.

Likewise.

I suspect it involves fish. Not fish delicious. But fish.

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This is art?






 :argh!:

As interpreted by a MassArt student who's off their meds or trying to be different or both.

Or in otherwords, a MassArt student.

I like ripping on MassArt, since it's a block from work.

Reminds me of the half-assed scene kids here that are trying to be "edgy".

To be fair if you're going to a college to become an artist, you're probably at that age and inclination match-up where you're going to do that anyway.

But still.

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