Since I've set the status bar to disappear, this info doesn't always make itself visible immediately without me having to pull it down. And since I'm lazy, I want to find a way around doing even 1 second of work :D
Is there a way to just have one category with everything in it by default?
P.S: you can take your "offended sentiments" and shove them up your ass.
Doctors have no right to impose their ethics onto other people. After providing all the medically relevant information, the decision for a procedure needs to be left to the patient. This is often violated when it comes to procedures like the sterilization of childfree women.
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