I still think the HPV vaccination is a load of crap. Honestly, call the Guardasil talk line and ask the hard hitting questions. You notice they decline or dance around the answers. The vaccine "protects" against 3-4 strains of HPV which MAY cause cancer. When you put it into the perspective that there are about 118 different strains of HPV... it just seems unnecessary.
"The smartest thing we can do today to affect the Medicaid budget positively, 30 years from now, is to stop 16-year-olds from smoking. Raising the cigarette tax by a dollar might prevent that 16-year-old from smoking."
So what you are saying is that "must be 18 to purchase law" isn't working?
I agree with this too... Hell, I fucked around with a guy twice my age when I was single. We said to each other, it was open. We said to each other, we were fucking other people. I told him I wasn't his girl... Then he started referring to me as his girl to others on the phone when I was with him. He lied to me about the other girls he was fucking... I only found out when they told me because they thought it was open too. He got upset when I told him I had been with someone else... I walked away, he kept calling. He showed up at my house at random. He stalked me and sought revenge. Thankfully he's in prison now ;) Wait, that has nothing to do with this article but, certainly a caveat for casual sex with strangers.
Hah... a $1000 on a lawyer?The best you can do at this point is Duct tape yourself to the sliding doors after the store opens and continue protesting. Tell the poor fools they can get a can of spam at the grocery store down the street for 30 cents less. Apply to be a greeter, put on a medical mask and tell people there's been an outbreak of SARs in sporting goods.
Which costs more? Stabbing the unborn fetus in the head, dismembering and removing it piece by peace and pulling it out, giving birth to a still born or, giving birth to a baby in a hospital which will reside there for 2 weeks until passing anyways?
Why don't we look at it from what it will cost the insurance company and family? That's objective; right?
Should we look at it from the emotional perspective of the individual who will be THE ONE going through the ordeal?
No, let's just look at it from the perspective of the people who follow a book written and re-written by MEN over the last 2000 years?
Derp luck and Derp speed... Nobody can stop Wal-Mart.
Seriously, if people are still buying "cocaine" these days; they are paying for overpriced baking soda. It's called desperation.
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