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Supreme Court hints that it won't issue sweeping ruling on same-sex marriage
Tue Mar 26, 2013
Why in the hell would "all of the world [go] Queer"? And do you honestly think that gay men & women don't understand how procreation works? I have to assume you're trolling, because nobody could be as stupid as you sound.
Picked up for 3 bucks, Chinese bowl goes for $2.2 million at auction
Wed Mar 20, 2013
Hoarders are nuts. How often do you think something like this happens? And what makes you think these people were hoarders? Bottom line is they just got lucky, like winning the Lottery.
Gallinippers! Monster mosquitoes poised to strike Florida
Sat Mar 9, 2013
I was born in central Florida and I've spent 37 of my 39 years living here. All of the stories you see in the media about the state & its residents - human, insect, or other - are true. That said, I'd still rather live here than somewhere else where it snows.
'Sextortion': Man tricked women into posing nude on Skype, FBI says
Wed Jan 30, 2013
Who's worse, the gullible person of low moral character who falls for a scam, or the person who preys upon them? The crime is not to be excused, of course, but people on the Internet are rarely, if ever, tolerant of stupidity.
Texting boyfriend while walking a bad idea, soggy newscaster discovers
Fri Jan 25, 2013
Somewhere in the world, somebody is blaming this incident on Obama.
Gun-rights groups: Our 'backs are against the wall'
Sat Jan 12, 2013
I think the focus on this issue should be addressing the underlying issues that lead to gun violence in the first place. Poverty, hopelessness, organized crime, drug abuse, lack of education, lack of economic opportunities, human nature, general human stupidity... you name it.
Cyber-graciousness: Students set up Facebook sites for compliments
Sun Dec 9, 2012
Everybody already knows this. Thank you Captain Obvious.
Small tsunami waves hit Japan after 7.3-magnitude earthquake
Fri Dec 7, 2012
Japan is right near several major tectonic plate boundaries. Heck, the entire island chain is the result of tectonic plates moving against each other. They have a long history of earthquakes. So, yeah, the odds are pretty good that they'd get another quake near the same place.
You may be boozing your brain cells away
Fri Dec 7, 2012
"That which doesn't kill me, makes me stronger." Therefore, when I drink, I'm only killing the weak brain cells, leaving the strong brain cells to survive and procreate. This might explain why I feel smarter when I drink. The result is a net benefit!
$550 million will buy you a lot of ... misery
Wed Nov 28, 2012
Winning the lottery doesn't automatically equal happiness.
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Is it OK for a college professor to breast-feed during lecture?
No, she was in a work-setting and should have fed the baby elsewhere.
The teacher's behavior, while appropriate for her child's welfare, was inappropriate in a work environment and disrespectful to her students. She had many other options available for her child, but she took none of them.
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