How old y'all think? 12? 15? I wouldn't call it adult content... that's for sure.
You mean the diddling or the nekid piktchurs?
Duuuuude really, pee-pee?? it's a non-issue considering the bulk of their depraved soiree- Oh and Jerryk???-No need for all the draconian measures in an attempt to adjust society to your idyllic model: The military has rigorous psyche-screens for the guys whose job it is to turn the keys, enter the codes, and push the big red button and folks with better ideas (not unlike yours) are usually MP's or infantry!
Was this proven in court, or even commonly accepted as fact? My understanding is that they were jokingly talking about urinating on her. My suspicion is that a lot of what was said was really just typical bravado that wasn't actually acted out.
Finally, a little perspective. I feel like CNN was really just trying to emphasize that this isn't some bullshit punishment. These kids got their asses handed to them. They're fucked. I think this was in direct response to the understandable concerns that they wouldn't be. This brings up a bigger question, which is "why don't more of these cases end this way?" My argument would be because the legal consequence of sexually related crime is too severe. It often has the effect of making the judge or jury uncomfortable levying that punishment in light of the specific facts of the case, and thus acquit the rapists to avoid destroying their life completely. It even probably dissuades many victims from levying accusations in the first place. If there were more graded punishments as there are in many other developed nations, we might find charges and convictions more common. The registered sex offender thing is just one example. I remember that one case of a girl getting charged with distributing child pornography for sexting her boyfriend. Now she has to tell her neighbors she's a sex offender. It's all about politics, not justice.
I haven't seen much strong support for this, particularly if the additional funds are spent on treatment/rehabilitation programs.
I think even, against his arguments, legalisation of drugs in any country would lead to a short-term increase in users. But at the same time it would generate taxes and CRIPPLE criminal activities in the long term.
Child abuse is HILARIOUS!
There's a lot of evidence that the early the transition is made the happier the patient will be. I think you are right on the mark about "growing up the wrong gender" playing a role. Typically adult transitions come with all sorts of co-morbid conditions probably resulting from years of denial, rejection, and often abuse.
People get over their ignorance through discussion and gathering of information... This happens to be a topic that I personally don't have my mind made up on. I'm sure some people might call me ignorant. But I've known a few transgender people and, even after operations, hormone treatments, name changes, etc, they were still had significant mental health issues. Sure, that's anecdotal... Maybe that's not the case on average. And I'm sure that growing up "the wrong gender" could plant some serious seeds of long term depression or set the stage for being bipolar... But based on what I've read and what I've experienced, I'm not yet willing to say that being transgender is perfectly ok and healthy. That being said, if someone wanted to live their life that way, I wouldn't stand in their way.
I think you're in the wrong place if you are expecting anyone to attempt to counter his arguments.
Agree with him 100%. I don't do drugs now and if they legalized them all tomorrow I wouldn't start. Tobacco is legal right? I don't use that either. I challenge any of you to provide any logical and sensible counter-points to any of his comments.
LOL... sorry... no. The office of the President has zero power over the passage of budgets or drafting of legislation. He has tremendous power to enforce said legislation.
So....to summarise.....the office of the President has zero power or effect on the country, and the real people to blame for this cock up are the individuals in congress......
Sure mang. I've been killin' bitches with my guns for the whole damn holocene.
Was gonna say... best beaver experience of your life eh?
nice beaver! Oh, come on!!! - someone had to say it...
I'm kind of confused by your point here. Could you expand on that for me?
Good idea. What could go wrong?
At the same time, when combined with even small amounts of alcohol there is a significant impairment. Further, the test isn't really testing reaction times that are relevant in realistic driving situations. The issue with cannabis impairment is delayed reaction to surprising stimuli. So, for example, the kid chasing his ball into the street. Nobody would expect significant motor impairment.
At about 17 seconds you can see the elephant lifting the croc out of the water, presumably with his tusk. I'm guessing that smarted, but you're right, it isn't entirely clear.
...croc hanging by the teeth...no indication pachy got to the croc. Would like underwater view.... Cool vid though.
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