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2021.12.03 23:19 careful_jellyfish1 Very upset at ex
So me and my guy best friend became way more than friends around a year ago. We had a thing for months and he ended it during the summer bc I didn’t sleep with him. I didn’t feel comfortable sleeping with him since he has a history of cheating and I wanted him to commit. He knew I’m a virgin and he made me uncomfortable with sleeping with him in general. He would tell me I shouldn’t bc he’s a bad person but then basically ditched me for not. He also chased me and begged me for a year to go out with me. He ended things abruptly and slept with his 18 year old co worker who he told me he didn’t like. He’s been cheating on her the entire time and would send me nudes since August. Now I see he took her on a date to a hockey game that was basically my only request from him. I’m super upset. It just sucks that he played me like this. How is it fair that he gets to cheat on her, use me and he gets to have a fun life but I’m here miserable. Like where is this guys karma. He used an innocent girl for his own benefit and promised not to hurt her and did exactly that. I have him removed from social media except snap so that’s where i saw the post
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So far I’ve got the basics I think
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But I’m curious what books you all choose or recommend
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So many coincidences, so much weirdness so many strange signs I felt about you. Anytime my heart would start reaching, everything around me aligns. Sometimes still. I’m so confused. I feel like I’ve done everything to make myself move on. I’ve justified to myself over and over the actual logistics of even being able to play this out. I’ve slept around. Hell I’m in a relationship now. There are things I don’t really like about you at all. I know that for sure. But still. It just won’t stop. I feel you often. Or my heart tricks my head into thinking I do. It’s become stressful lol
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2021.12.03 23:19 opheliainthedeep Abortion rights should not be up for debate
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Abortion, or the termination of a pregnancy, is healthcare and a woman’s right. As no one can truly understand someone else’s situation, it is not their place to make decisions for that person. Life is a delicate thing; to bring another life into this world by force or coercion is wrong. Abortion should not be up for debate, difficult to obtain, or prohibited. To deny a woman this right or to try to regulate it with further laws is unconstitutional and unjust.
January of 1973, women across America rejoiced as the Supreme Court made their decision on the historic Roe v Wade case. The case was filed against Henry Wade, the district attorney of Dallas, Texas, by Norma McCorvey under the alias of Jane Roe after he attempted to ban abortion except in life-threatening conditions (“Roe v Wade”). When McCorvey filed the lawsuit, she “alleged that the state laws were unconstitutionally vague and abridged her right of personal privacy, protected by the First, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendments” (“Roe v Wade”). Three years after the lawsuit was filed, the Supreme Court voted 7-2 in favor of Roe (“Roe v Wade”). A new clause was then added under the 14th Amendment which made it illegal for states to regulate abortions throughout the first trimester, but allowed states to make their own decisions on abortions done later on in the pregnancy as long as they had the health of the woman in mind (“Roe V Wade”). Although this case was decided nearly 50 years ago by the Supreme Court, pro-life activists are fighting to appeal it.
Three years ago, a bill was proposed in Ohio that, if signed, would “[consider an abortion of an “unborn human”] a person under state criminal homicide statutes (The Editorial Board). Furthermore, if a fetus is now viewed as an “unborn human,” the woman who aborted the fetus could be charged with murder. The scary thing about this is that “in Ohio, murder is punishable by life in prison or the death penalty” (The Editorial Board). According to Brigitte Amiri, a senior staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union’s Reproductive Freedom Project, “the Ohio bill is ‘blatantly unconstitutional’” (The Board Editorial). On the other hand, a fetus could not be considered a living thing to begin with because they do not follow all seven characteristics of life.
To be recognized as a living thing, you must respond to your environment, grow and change, be capable of reproduction, have complex chemistry, maintain homeostasis, be composed of cells, and be able to pass your traits onto potential offspring (Wilkin and Gray-Wilson). Yet, a fetus does not have all of these characteristics. It is not until 10 weeks into the pregnancy that a male fetus has fully developed sex organs, and it is not until 20 for a female fetus to have hers - complete with six to seven million eggs (Krock). Besides, the fetus’ brain is not fully developed until 33 weeks, and its lungs are not fully developed until 36 (Aodha). That is not to say that premature babies do not survive, though; the majority of them do.
In the grand scheme of things, actually, a fetus can even go so far as to be labelled as a parasite. Think about it; it leeches off her body by diverting her blood and nutrients, avoids rejection, and influence’s her metabolism for its own benefit (Lowry). The placenta even has a covering around it composed of molecules called phosphocholine which disguise the placenta, thus making it invisible to the host (Lowry). Using this logic, the fetus can be viewed as a parasite - especially in cases when the mother does not want to have the child.
It is wrong to prevent women from obtaining abortions in situations where they are forcibly impregnated by birth coercion or by rape, as well. In 2019, an eleven year old was raped multiple times by a 26 year old, leaving her pregnant and unable to obtain an abortion because of a new heartbeat bill (Smith). This bill did not give any exceptions to anyone, regardless of if they were raped or carrying a product of incest. In this news article, it states that over 4,000 women were raped in Ohio throughout 2017 according to the FBI (Smith). By passing this new law, women can not abort a fetus after the six week mark because the fetus has a heartbeat. The bill in question is unconstitutional as it goes against Roe v Wade, which prevents states from restricting abortion before the second trimester.
The eleven year old girl was forced to carry the pregnancy to term, even being victim-blamed by a pregnancy care worker who said that she was, quote, “rebellious [and] refuses to listen to her mother and runs away from home all the time” (Smith). This is, of course, not a justifiable excuse as to why she was raped. Her rapist, Juan Leon-Gomez, was arrested on a million-dollar bond shortly after.
Ohio is not the only state to pass this bill, however. Five other states had already decided to do the same, including Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri, Louisiana, and Georgia (Campoy and Merelli). Hundreds of thousands of women are now trapped by the law, unable to abort regardless of the circumstances. The government was looking for a reform, but this is not the kind of reform women were looking for. Having access to family planning saves more lives than it takes. In Argentina, two young girls at the ages of eleven and twelve were raped by men in their 60s (Zorn). Both of these girls were forced to carry their pregnancies to term, and both received c-sections around six months into the pregnancy (Zorn). Neither of the babies survived. Eric Zorn, the author of the article about this tragedy, further elaborates on the situation:
The case of the 11-year-old girl, known in the press by the pseudonym “Lucia,” was particularly disturbing. She discovered she was pregnant by her grandmother’s boyfriend at 17 weeks, according to the Guardian, and even though the law allowed her get an abortion as a rape victim, government, health and religious officials along with anti-abortion activists in her home province strove to delay her family’s request for an abortion until the fetus was deemed viable and it was too late for an abortion. Hospital nurses reportedly gave Lucia steroid shots to help the fetus’ lungs mature but told her they were vitamin shots, while lawyers swamped the family with paperwork (Zorn).
The basis of this is undoubtedly disgusting. Stripping young girls and women of their rights to bodily autonomy results in them having less rights than a corpse. Pro-lifers have even gone so far as to spread false information about contraceptives, claiming that Plan B-type pills are an abortive (Ruse and Schwarzwalder). This is completely false, as abortive pills can induce an abortion within the first nine weeks, while Plan B-type pills can be used only within 72 hours of unprotected sex (The Difference). Once again, contraceptive pills containing levonorgestrel or progestin simply prevent ovulation, thus preventing an egg from ever being fertilized. Abortive pills medically induce an abortion after conception.
An article from Gale describes abortive pills as an alternative to surgical abortion, which is a series of two pills. One contains mifepristone, and the other contains misoprostol. Mifepristone blocks an essential hormone for pregnancy, called progesterone (“Abortion”). Two days later, the second pill is taken to contract the uterus and expel the embryo (“Abortion”). If a woman happens to change her mind before taking the misoprostol pill, it is not possible. According to a study done by the University of California in 2019, attempting to counter the effects of mifepristone with progesterone could lead to severe vaginal bleeding (“Abortion’). In conclusion, medically induced abortion is not to be confused with emergency contraception, as a medically induced abortion is effective for nine weeks, whereas emergency contraception only works up to three days after unprotected sex.
Many pro-lifers are blinded by the existence of life. They see the removal of an embryo as a sin, proposing the rhetorical question as to why assisted suicide is illegal but abortion is not. They frenziedly ask, “what if that baby could have found the cure for cancer?” or “what if that baby could have been the next Mother Theresa?” But that is the thing; they are all just questions of “what if.” We,s a society, can not flourish on questions of “what if.” To bring religion into the mix throws off the balance of what is constitutional and what is not.
We, as a country, were founded on the basis of freedom of religion; we came here to escape religious persecution. Laws and restrictions based on religious beliefs are unconstitutional and morally wrong, as one should never enforce their beliefs on others by taking legal action. Influencing someone’s opinion, however, is morally wrong the second false information is brought into the discussion. Pro-lifers seem to throw all logical reasoning out the window by ignoring scientifical facts and jumping straight to labelling women who obtain abortions as “murderers.”
In an article previously mentioned, written by Ruse and Schwarzwalder, it is claimed that the Supreme Court ruling of abortions within the first trimester is false. They claimed that “the Supreme Court in Roe v. Wade did not create a limited right to abortion but a virtually unlimited right to abortion throughout pregnancy” (Ruse and Schwarzwalder). Throughout their article, they commonly use quotation marks around terms to twist the mood of the sentence to their liking. When they acknowledge that the Supreme Court ruled abortion legal in all factors, including emotional, they later highlight that by painting it in a negative light.
Abortion is an emotional subject, which even more so strengthens the argument as to why abortion is only the woman involved’s decision. Teenage pregnancy is also a huge part of the abortion argument. Accidents can happen, contraceptive methods could not work, or the pregnancy could be caused from rape. Teenage girls need easier access to abortion, without the requirement to notify their parents. The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy says that, quote, “minors have a right to privacy” (The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy). This implies the right to a discretionary abortion.
Parental involvement in teenage abortions and pregnacy is humilating and potentially harmful, as not everyone’s parents are accepting and understanding. To vouch for mandatory parental consent is detrimental to the safety of the girl. An article written by Francie Diep acknowledges the experiences of a few girls, one of them belonging to a girl named Sandra, saying that she “feared her father would kick her out, or worse [if he found out she was pregnant]” (Diep). Another girl, Vanessa feared humiliation due to her parents’ religious beliefs (Diep). The third girl, Jacqueline feared her father would disown her if he found out (Diep).
Teenagers who face a judge in the process of trying to get an abortion feel that the judges disregard their plea to listen more to their parents. Diep emphasizes this with Jacqueline’s story, restating how Jacqueline felt overlooked when she stood before a judge to prove that she was mature (Diep). Girls are not being taken seriously by courts despite how hard they try to make themselves understood. If they are mature enough to hold down a “prestigious internship” like Jacqueline, then they are mature enough to make their own decisions (Diep). Withholding the right for a young woman to get an abortion because her parents refuse to consent for one is a backwards way of thinking.
The opposite side of the argument, however, believes otherwise for fear of the girls’ safety. Statistically, many young women in California are lured into sexual relationships with pedophiles, whether they want to admit it or not (Jasper). The worst part is these men usually escape criminal charges of statutory rape. Many of them can easily take their girlfriend to Planned Parenthood to get an abortion without consent from the girl’s parents (Jasper). This is because Planned Parenthood is not legally required to contact authorities or the minor’s parents if a minor schedules an appointment for an abortion since all patient information is confidential (Jasper). Thus, any evidence of their criminal act can be swept under the rug and they can get away with it.
Furthermore, most states require parental consent for a teenager to get a tattoo or a piercing, and both schools and hospitals require permission to give a minor aspirin (Jasper). People with this mindset believe that without parental consent, the young woman could be subject to danger or even trauma. They seem to be missing the point, though. Tattoos and piercings are not life-changing, but the birth of an unwanted child is; pregnancy permanently changes a woman’s body. Pregnancy can result in larger feet, melasma, tooth loss, abdominal separation, and even loss of bladder control (“What Permanent Post-Pregnancy Body”). With this in mind, it should not be the parents’ decision to let their daughter abort, even if they plan on putting the child up for adoption after its birth.
While the young woman could be subject to danger or trauma by an abortion, she could very well be subject to both of those things without an abortion. Pregnancy can be extremely traumatic for some women, and it is nearly unimaginable how traumatic it must be to force a teenage girl to carry her pregnancy to term. In countries such as Africa and India, many girls find themselves subject to child marriages. According to an article from Girls Not Brides, over seven million girls under the age of 18 - including two million girls under the age of 14 - give birth in third-world countries (“Raising the Alarm”). The article further explains that about 90% of these births happen within marriage (“Raising the Alarm”). They have no say in their marriages and pregnancies, and they have little to no access to education (“Raising the Alarm”). These girls are left to helplessly take care of their children regardless of how they feel about the situation. One girl affected by this, Kamal, said that when no one was home she would read her old textbooks and cry (“Raising the Alarm”). Another girl, Kanas, said that she cannot even remember when was married off to her husband because she was so young at the time (“Raising the Alarm”).
Sex education is extremely important and should be taught to all children once they reach a certain age. Improper sex education is the cause of most teenage pregnancy, and can result in misinformation regarding the use of contraceptives. To prevent teenage pregnancy and abortion, sex education must be properly taught so kids understand the cause of their actions. However, it is completely up to the girl on whether or not she wishes to abort if an accident happens.
Abortion should not be up for debate or challenged by politicians and lawmakers because it is a sensitive topic and it is personal to each woman involved. No one should have the right to restrict access to abortion, or prohibit the obtaining of it. Women have the right to choose regardless of the circumstances, and their rights should not be limited to certain aspects such as rape or incest. It is unconstitutional and morally corrupt to put your own beliefs before someone else’s own life, even if it means that another life may be lost. Life is a fragile thing, but the loss of one may save another. That is why abortion should not be debated or argued against.
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2021.12.03 23:19 BrotherMainer In Battleship (2012), the crew of the USS Missouri are actual veterans who served on the ‘Mighty Mo’ through the years - even WWII
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2021.12.03 23:19 they_have_no_bullets All you need to know
GME made headline news when it was revealed that short interest was over 100% for the first time in history. The published short interest until it got over 200% before cutting the feed.
The recent SEC report concluded that Jan spike was due to retail buying frenzy (wanting to get in on a future short squeeze), NOT shorts covering. That's literally all you need to know. That's official acknowledgment by the SEC that shorts haven't closed yet. Official confirmation rust the short squeeze has not even started yet.
This has always been a waiting game. Just because GME has traded sideways for months while the rest of the market has pumped does not mean holding it was a bad decision. It is in fact the most logical decision.
It's impossible to time when the actual short squeeze will begin because it's 100% determined by back door dealings. They are breaking laws, bribing, making excuses...but the bigger GME gets as a company, the harder it will be to keep up that charade.
Eventually , their corruption will be exposed and the squeeze will begin, and the people who were smart enough to buy, DRS, and hold shares will profit beyond the wildest imaginations of conventional stock holders.
You are here because your thinking is not limited to mere chart watching and momentum seeking. The proof or our thesis is evident every day.
Buy, hold, DRS 100%, and never lose faith. Someday, you will thank yourself for sticking to your guns
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2021.12.03 23:19 hondo3 [Alt Rock] h o n d o - Hanging in There
2021.12.03 23:19 Plane_Emergency_1702 Maybe some day...
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