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  • Donny G
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    Last edited by Donny G; 06-30-2019, 04:30 AM.

  • Easy Listener
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    Originally posted by BadDaddy View Post

    To be considered a live human being there must be a functioning brain which doesn't develop until the 25th week...
    Link?

    And a related question: Sez who?

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  • BadDaddy
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    Originally posted by Easy Listener View Post



    So I believe a woman (or man) has the right to control their own body and can cut off their own limb or take their own life. But when another human being with a different blood system, heart, brain and DNA is involved. Their body is their body and nobody can "just decide" to take that life. That is why murder is illegal.

    It's very simple, really. Convince me the fetus is not a human being and I'll be as pro-abortion as the next guy.
    To be considered a live human being there must be a functioning brain which doesn't develop until the 25th week, and as 99% of abortions are performed before the 20th week, there isn't a live human being. Now that's settled, welcome to the club. You're welcome.

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  • Vito Corleone
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    Originally posted by Easy Listener View Post

    Don't think of it as deleting. Think of it as keeping the part i'm choosing to read and respond to. The rest, I didn't feel the need to respond to. And the fun part is that that's my "choice". I'm pro-choice.
    Yes. I understand it was a choice to not respond to me.

    Hence my AOC vs Owens analogy.

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  • Easy Listener
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    Originally posted by Vito Corleone View Post

    Yet you went to the trouble to delete it from the post you were quoting of mine.
    Don't think of it as deleting. Think of it as keeping the part i'm choosing to read and respond to. The rest, I didn't feel the need to respond to. And the fun part is that that's my "choice". I'm pro-choice.

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  • Vito Corleone
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    Originally posted by Easy Listener View Post
    Never read it.

    Yet you went to the trouble to delete it from the post you were quoting of mine.

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  • Vito Corleone
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    Originally posted by Easy Listener View Post
    Never read it.

    Yeah. I'd love to see those two debate.
    So far it's been like yours and mine. I challenge you and you refuse to show up.

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  • Hoot Owl
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    Originally posted by Easy Listener View Post

    Nothing, other than it is the result of a physical flaw in nature. I'm talking about pregnancy.
    That's it, blame nature/credit God.

    Speaking of pregnancy, I'm just about done bingeing on season two of The Handmaid's Tale. What did you think about it?
    Last edited by Hoot Owl; 06-20-2019, 11:21 AM.

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  • Easy Listener
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    Originally posted by Vito Corleone View Post
    But noted that you refuse to address the analogy about the kidney donation.
    Never read it.

    AOC to my Candace Owens once again.
    Yeah. I'd love to see those two debate. It's like comparing Bobbie Fischer in his high school days to a small high school random chess club member.

    I'll let you speculate on which one I see as Bobbie Fischer in the analogy.

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  • Easy Listener
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    Originally posted by Vito Corleone View Post

    What is natural about separating conjoined twins?
    Nothing, other than it is the result of a physical flaw in nature. I'm talking about pregnancy.

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  • Easy Listener
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    Originally posted by Vito Corleone View Post

    No one is complaining about the good ones.

    Believe me.
    Yeah. We can agree to disagree on that one.

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  • Vito Corleone
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    Originally posted by Easy Listener View Post
    Except it is only temporary - and natural. i.e. good news, you will be separated, and completely naturally.
    What is natural about separating conjoined twins? Didn't nature conjoin them?

    But noted that you refuse to address the analogy about the kidney donation.

    AOC to my Candace Owens once again.

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  • Vito Corleone
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    Originally posted by Easy Listener View Post

    Usually the best ones are the ones that get the most complaints.

    For obvious reasons.
    No one is complaining about the good ones.

    Believe me.

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  • Hoot Owl
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    Originally posted by RogueGnome View Post


    If you love them, set them free.
    You can quote me on that, Donny.
    That says a lot.

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  • Easy Listener
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    Originally posted by Vito Corleone View Post

    When one conjoined twin is completely dependent upon the other for life while the other is able to live independently, the choice is often made to sacrifice one.
    Except it is only temporary - and natural. i.e. good news, you will be separated, and completely naturally.
    Last edited by Easy Listener; 06-20-2019, 10:53 AM.

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