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MakeArdernGoAway 12 points ago +13 / -1

I saw a survey once where the vast majority of women said they wouldn't get married if they couldn't have a wedding day.

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MakeArdernGoAway 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's been demonstrated that splitting water electrolytically and recombining the HHO can produce energy in a way that is overall more efficient than burning gasoline. OP is talking about the fact that inventors have run cars off this process and mysteriously died.

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MakeArdernGoAway 5 points ago +5 / -0

Seriously though, why do they all look like this?

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MakeArdernGoAway 3 points ago +3 / -0

She was bragging about taking the guns while NZ experiences the worst gun crime rate ever.

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MakeArdernGoAway 1 point ago +1 / -0

They won't come and take it. They'll make you go and hand it in.

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MakeArdernGoAway 8 points ago +8 / -0

It really does not look like a gun. Looks like some other object held and pointed as if it was a gun.

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MakeArdernGoAway 5 points ago +5 / -0

Melanin enriched gentleman, bigot.

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MakeArdernGoAway 8 points ago +8 / -0

You could say guns aren't designed to kill, they're designed to rapidly incapacitate. Death is just a unfortunate side effect. If we had Star Trek style phasers that could knock someone out without killing them, there'd be far less justification for lethal force in almost any situation.

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MakeArdernGoAway 4 points ago +4 / -0

Feds eat their corn on the cob the long way.

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MakeArdernGoAway 9 points ago +9 / -0

I'm one of them. I've given my employer almost a year of legal battle and I've temporarily won so I'm going back to work to give them a big 'fuck you' then I'm probably leaving because fuck them.

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MakeArdernGoAway 8 points ago +8 / -0

If you only factor for white people, America has a gun homicide rate the same as countries like Australia, Italy and Germany. If you only factor for black people, America has a gun homicide rate the same as countries like Honduras, El Salvador and Jamaica.

The problem isn't guns.

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MakeArdernGoAway 4 points ago +4 / -0

They can decide what they do with their bodies, just not what they can do with another person's body.

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MakeArdernGoAway 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fake and gay. There's no source for this whatsoever.

It's also retarded. "Authorized officers are no longer required to present identification" - This alone is obviously fake and gay, it means anyone could present at any property and claim to be an "authorized officer" whatever that means.

If it was real it wouldn't exactly be surprising but at the same time don't fall for obvious dumb shit for fucks sake.

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MakeArdernGoAway 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeh I grew up Baptist, I think I just realized what you meant though. At my church you could be baptized as an adult as a symbol of your being born again, but I think what you're saying is that a church that demands baptism as essential for salvation is wrong. I agree. Baptism at my church was always symbolic and not 'required', so to speak.

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MakeArdernGoAway 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting, I've never encountered any of that. Apart from the baptism part. What is it about baptism? I've been to a lot of baptism ceremonies and as someone who hates dumb ceremonial crap I still understand why it's seen as an important process for those who choose it.

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MakeArdernGoAway 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's not technically true. There are still many steps after fertilization, the first of which is implantation. If conception is the moment that life occurs, then anything that prevents implantation off the egg to the uterus is murder. So if a woman has a physical condition that prevents implantation, she would be morally wrong to engage in any sex because it could result in the failure of an egg to implant which would be murder.

You could extend that logic to say that anything that prevents fertilization is murder.

Saying conception is life creates more problems than it solves and is ethically simplistic.

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MakeArdernGoAway 2 points ago +2 / -0

There's really no reason for conception to be the defining moment. It's just another point in a long string of causality. Ideological conservatism which tries to define life as the moment of conception is not helpful. The truth is somewhere in the middle where pragmatism and ideology make the least compromise. There's simply no definitive answer to this, so we have to decide each case on its merits.

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MakeArdernGoAway 2 points ago +2 / -0

"I think abortion should be a choice, but a woman should lose her job if she gets an abortion"

-"REEEEEEEEEE BIGOT THAT'S NOT A CHOICE, HOW DARE YOU BIGOT A WOMAN HAS FULL BODILY AUTONOMY AND HER CHOICE SHOULD NOT INFLUENCE HER JOB YOU NAZI BIGOT"

"Cool, so you're against vaccine mandates?"

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MakeArdernGoAway 7 points ago +7 / -0

I love how Twitter is just a giant cesspool of communists but for it to be truly in the hands of the people it had to be bought by a single private owner.

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MakeArdernGoAway 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm just reveling in the fact that the largest and most powerful communist social media machine on earth now has a single private owner.

And that is what was required to actually give it back to the people.

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