How many of you have interesting ancestors?I'm sure there has to be a few big-name descendants around.I know a little on my paternal grandfather's side - initially leaving France, and helping to…Continue
"Er... not particularly.
For that to be effective, the hormone treatment would likely have to be given during fetal development when it could more thoroughly effect structural brain development, as well as other physiological developments.
"As a medical professional, I can tell you that surgically constructed sausage-wallets differ widely from the free-range variety. Or... narrowly? Shallow?
Let's just say that when attempting to determine a source of vaginal bleeding on…"
"That's a suspect claim, since the majority of industry, transportation, and population resided in the North.
Agriculture isn't much of a "tax base." Especially when a good chunk of the population was human property, not tax…"
"Well, for one they had a few with the Manliest chin in Hollywood, Bruce Campbell, a few years back.
Not to mention, Old Spice was one of "Dad's Colognes."
The Old Spice Whistle is my message alert on my phone, everyone knows it."
"Maybe his game is to say what the other candidates can't, so that it's platform... but it's not?
Kind of a red herring to get the base fired up.
Which... is funny. The strategists always talk about "firing up the base." The…"
"3/4 siblings in my family have college degrees and earn at least 3 times what our parents did.
If the "American Dream" is dead, it's because the Americans who haven't achieved are too busy dreaming to achieve.
Even attempting to account for "healthcare costs."
Smokers die sooner on average, and incur less cost in healthcare over time than people that live longer, healthier lives. They are also at lower risk for Alzheimer's and…"
"You do know how loosely the courts have played interstate commerce before?
For squashing Jim Crow, a business that purchased anything that came from out of state and resold it was classified as being involved in interstate commerce."
"Precisely. And that is exactly what the freedom of religion clause is for - so that the Catholics can't tell the Baptists what to do through law, nor the other way around... well that and the history of the churches in Europe..."
"In essence, we haven't driven hate out; we've driven it into hiding, and made it more dangerous?
I suppose... in a sense.
We've also become selectively apathetic to expressions of hate - so warning signs go largely ignored... and…"
"I mean change your religion. There's nothing in the Gospels or Acts, or even the Torah, which suggests anyone needs to change their religion to fall under God's grace. And in fact, there are arguments against the necessity."
"For the record the same is obviously true of women - some women act like sluts and then wonder why they only attract cads and can't find a "Prince charming", and some women are angry, man-hating shrews who blame men for not…"
"Most definitely, in fact if anything I'd argue that a man cheating isn't as bad as a woman doing it; just going by biological arguments a woman who is cheating is putting herself (and any potential offspring) at more direct risk than the…"
"Do you believe the same about women who eschew their femininity, can't cook, are incapable of seduction, let their appearance go, or don't put out all that often ... and then act shocked to find their husband in bed with a Hooters girl?
"I think a lot of men who get cheated on deserve it because of how many men I see today acting like wimps, or trying to convince women of how "nice" they are and then acting shocked with they find their wife in bed with the Dominos delivery…"