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Florida Man Arrested for Punching Pet Rabbit: Police
Tue Jul 1, 2014
Obviously someone else's pet or the cops wouldn't have been called and no one would know about it. Abusing someone else's property is worth punishment, obviously not the same as hunting and killing wild rabbit. This guy may have previous charges pending or made threats when he was being arrested to …
Obese, but starving: Girl, 12, denied weight-loss surgery for rare illness
Sat Dec 28, 2013
This article is very poorly written. The poor girl has extreme appetite and is supposed to be on a calorie restricted diet. The article makes it seem like she's violating the laws of thermodynamics, but she's really not adhering to the diet if she's still getting access to entire jars of peanut butt …
'Hands off my sausage': German uproar over weekly meat ban plan
Tue Aug 6, 2013
It's only at cafeterias in federal workplaces. Given that what's on the menu comes from the government, I think it's fair for them to dictate a no meat day, or a bratwurst day, or an Indian food day, or whatever they please as long at workers can bring meals from home. Agreed that the government for …
Russian lawmaker proposes paid days off for menstruating women
Tue Jul 30, 2013
I take the first day off every month due to severe cramping. I just use a sick day, though. If you start making it a financially poor decision to hire women, then employers will find excuses to hire fewer women. We've already got maternity leave, and employers have to deal with the will she or won't …
Zimmerman juror: He shouldn't have gotten out of that car
Tue Jul 16, 2013
Not only is this shameful, but it's putting her husband and daughters at risk. Can't be hard to identify who this woman is from this description - Sanford isn't that big of a town. Endanger your family for what, money? Not worth it.
As Congress debates food stamp cuts, moms fret about feeding kids
Sat Jul 13, 2013
In reply to: Linda-451803 #368 I appreciate that there is legitimate use of the system as a helping hand, but the fraud and the poor decision making are so in your face that it's difficult not to get frustrated, especially when you feel overtaxed and scrimp and save to stay afloat and watch other p …
Trayvon Martin's father: Screaming on 911 call is my son
Mon Jul 8, 2013
Good lord the narrative the public has on this chubby little man Zimmerman is astonishing. He's an overt racist, he's a stalker, he's a martial arts expert . . . where is this all coming from? If I call the cops on someone and they happen to be black, that is not racism. If I follow a suspicious per …
Witness to Zimmerman-Martin 'tussle' says he saw punches being thrown
Fri Jun 28, 2013
Glaringly obvious what happened after testimony by the prosecution's side, of all things. Following someone is poor decision making, but not a crime. Whoever threw the first punch started the crime, and there is reasonable doubt as to who did that. Thanks to the prosecution, there is overwhelming ev …
1,200-year-old Egyptian text describes a shape-shifting Jesus
Tue Mar 12, 2013
Interesting - I wonder if all of the shapeshifting stories could be evidence that the apostles sometimes pretended to be Jesus? Maybe to prevent the local government from efficiently keeping tabs on them?
White House tells agencies to widen access to federally funded research
Sat Feb 23, 2013
As a researcher, the situation is not at all that we do not want to provide the public with access to our research. The issue is the nature of publishing. Publishing in high tier journals is a requirement for success in research. These high tier journals are for profit. We researchers pay a lot to h …
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