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Luke Shiras
Have you the brain worms?
Have you the brain worms?
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For those not good at math, buy several 1-Packs to save money.
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Larew also challenged whether it is constitutional for the city of Cedar Rapids to assess fines for speed on federal interstate highways.

Interesting...

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Bone up on your Christmas carols before the season starts.
It's never too early for Christmas.
Start rehearsing now, lol!

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Gone, but not forgotten

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“The answer is that [rape] doesn't actually change the calculus, meaning that obviously, what happened to this person is an awful, awful horrible thing. And as I said earlier, the person who raped her should be tracked down, captured, killed or castrated. So that's number one,” he said.

“As far as the morality of abortion [goes], the morality of abortion does not change based on need, right?…The abortion argument really comes down to, ‘do you think this is a life or not?’”

I, for one, think it is a life. Killing one person because of what another person did is just wrong. Sure, the less than 1% of pregnancy by rape is aweful and must be very traumatic but think of the joy you could bring to a childless family. If you were shot and spent ten months in rehab, you woild have such a gift to offer.

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I kept looking for the part of the article where they reveal it was just satire. It never happened.
Men were more likely than women to say hate speech was protected (51 percent vs. 31 percent.) And while conservative students are often thought to be more in favor of free speech than their liberal counterparts—at least in the present campus censorship wars—the study suggests this reputation is undeserved. Just 44 percent of self-identified Republicans said that hate speech was protected by the First Amendment, compared with 39 percent of Democrats and 40 percent of independents.

A striking majority of surveyed students—51 percent—thought "shouting so that the audience cannot hear" was a valid tactic for opposing a controversial speaker. Violence was acceptable to 19 percent of respondents.

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This needs a larger sample to be a useful poll. Please vote.
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In honor of Talk Like A Pirate Day, what's your favorite Pirate themed board game? I own a few which I'll share for reference...

Pirate's Cove http://amzn.to/2ybYNLw
Dead Men Tell No tales http://amzn.to/2wugCcp
Empires at Sea http://amzn.to/2wEIENm (tenuous link to pirates)
Word Pirates http://amzn.to/2wETJ0Z
Shark Mania http://amzn.to/2wEHz8A
Loot Card Game http://amzn.to/2wETsuS
Rum http://www.perplext.com/packogame/rum
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Books for Talk Like A Pirate Day

The Pirate Cruncher http://amzn.to/2ww7OTq
A Pirate's Guide to First Grade http://amzn.to/2xOe8Wq
A Pirate's Twelve Days of Christmas http://amzn.to/2xOSMs1
Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate ABC http://amzn.to/2xOZiPv
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