: > [{quoted}](name=hyperdoge,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=4PZ68tKp,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2019-10-10T22:13:25.523+0000) > > So you're saying it is bad to be black? This shitty look goes for all champions. This looks awful on all of them.
> [{quoted}](name=14daysuspensionk,realm=EUNE,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=4PZ68tKp,comment-id=00020000,timestamp=2019-10-10T23:05:25.791+0000) > > This shitty look goes for all champions. This looks awful on all of them. wow! so racist
Destaice (NA)
: The Blizzard incident seems like controversy for the sake of controversy
It's controversy for the sake of selling out on liberty and basic human rights. Blizzard's Chinese Weibo account posted: “We are very angered and disappointed at what happened at the event and do not condone it in any way. We also highly object the spreading of personal political beliefs in this manner. Effective immediately we’ve banned the contestant from events and terminated work with the broadcasters.** We will always respect and defend the pride of our country.”**
Xphineas (NA)
: If I say Wukong, will I be banned?
Liberate Wukong, the revolution of our times
: Wtf is this Riot?
So you're saying it is bad to be black?
: Why are they nerfing Blitzcranks ARMOR?
Typical Riot. What I'd give to go back to season 2....
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: is t hat Denzel Washington
> [{quoted}](name=Calamitosus Cini,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=lQmZnHgf,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2018-04-01T14:20:19.036+0000) > > is t hat Denzel Washington I think it's Mace Windu.
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A Nunu (NA)
: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gb2jGy76v0Y I'm going to hell.
> [{quoted}](name=A Nunu,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=bIghQH7p,comment-id=001a,timestamp=2018-03-16T01:10:50.010+0000) > > I'm going to hell. As all of mankind has sinned, all of us would go to hell. Thank God he sent his only begotten Son Christ Jesus to live the perfect life that we couldn't and to take on the punishment that we deserved so that whoever would believe in him would receive full pardon of sins and free justification with God and thus eternal life.
: [0.4] Boards Enhancement Kit - May 7
https://i.imgur.com/tPXJbet.jpg[/img] Please and thank you
: Wtf Stephen Hawking died
https://i.imgur.com/T9PpqH9.png[/img]
Luralin (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=GlobDaBlob,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=bIghQH7p,comment-id=00000000000100010000,timestamp=2018-03-14T23:27:58.609+0000) > > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtJFb_P2j48 > > yea..... Why has he stooped so low?
> [{quoted}](name=Luralin,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=bIghQH7p,comment-id=000000000001000100000001,timestamp=2018-03-15T00:48:21.831+0000) > > Why has he stooped so low? Money
: TFW I see people complaining about Zoe and find her worse than pre-rework Nid as a vet of that time
Raije (NA)
: Uninformative Skill Descriptions.
The platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) also known as the duck-billed platypus is a semiaquatic egg-laying mammal endemic to eastern Australia, including Tasmania. Together with the four species of echidna, it is one of the five extant species of monotremes, the only mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth. It is the sole living representative of its family (Ornithorhynchidae) and genus (Ornithorhynchus), though a number of related species have been found in the fossil record. The unusual appearance of this egg-laying, duck-billed, beaver-tailed, otter-footed mammal baffled European naturalists when they first encountered it, with some considering it an elaborate hoax. It is one of the few venomous mammals, the male platypus having a spur on the hind foot that delivers a venom capable of causing severe pain to humans. The unique features of the platypus make it an important subject in the study of evolutionary biology and a recognisable and iconic symbol of Australia; it has appeared as a mascot at national events and is featured on the reverse of its 20-cent coin. The platypus is the animal emblem of the state of New South Wales.[3] Until the early 20th century, it was hunted for its fur, but it is now protected throughout its range. Although captive breeding programs have had only limited success and the platypus is vulnerable to the effects of pollution, it is not under any immediate threat. When the platypus was first encountered by Europeans in 1798, a pelt and sketch were sent back to Great Britain by Captain John Hunter, the second Governor of New South Wales.[4] British scientists' initial hunch was that the attributes were a hoax.[5] George Shaw, who produced the first description of the animal in the Naturalist's Miscellany in 1799, stated it was impossible not to entertain doubts as to its genuine nature, and Robert Knox believed it might have been produced by some Asian taxidermist.[5] It was thought that somebody had sewn a duck's beak onto the body of a beaver-like animal. Shaw even took a pair of scissors to the dried skin to check for stitches.[6] The common name "platypus" is the latinisation of the Greek word πλατύπους (platupous), "flat-footed",[7] from πλατύς (platus), "broad, wide, flat"[8] and πούς (pous), "foot".[9][10] Shaw assigned it as a Linnaean genus name when he initially described it, but the term was quickly discovered to belong already to the wood-boring ambrosia beetle genus Platypus.[11] It was independently described as Ornithorhynchus paradoxus by Johann Blumenbach in 1800 (from a specimen given to him by Sir Joseph Banks)[12] and following the rules of priority of nomenclature, it was later officially recognised as Ornithorhynchus anatinus.[11] The scientific name Ornithorhynchus anatinus is derived from ορνιθόρυνχος (ornithorhynkhos), which literally means "bird snout" in Greek; and anatinus, which means "duck-like" in Latin. There is no universally agreed plural of "platypus" in the English language. Scientists generally use "platypuses" or simply "platypus". Colloquially, the term "platypi" is also used for the plural, although this is technically incorrect and a form of pseudo-Latin;[6] the correct Greek plural would be "platypodes". Early British settlers called it by many names, such as "watermole", "duckbill", and "duckmole".[6] The name platypus is often prefixed with the adjective "duck-billed" to form duck-billed platypus, which distinguishes the modern platypus from the extinct Riversleigh platypuses.[13] Description Platypus in Broken River, Queensland The body and the broad, flat tail of the platypus are covered with dense, brown fur that traps a layer of insulating air to keep the animal warm.[6][11] The fur is waterproof, and the texture is akin to that of a mole.[14] The platypus uses its tail for storage of fat reserves (an adaptation also found in animals such as the Tasmanian devil[15] and fat-tailed sheep). It has webbed feet and a large, rubbery snout; these features appear closer to those of a duck than to those of any known mammal. The webbing is more significant on the front feet and is folded back when walking on land.[11] Unlike a bird's beak (in which the upper and lower parts separate to reveal the mouth), the snout of the platypus is a sensory organ with the mouth on the underside. The nostrils are located on the dorsal surface of the snout, while the eyes and ears are located in a groove set just back from it; this groove is closed when swimming.[11] Platypuses have been heard to emit a low growl when disturbed and a range of other vocalizations have been reported in captive specimens.[6] A colour print of platypuses from 1863 Weight varies considerably from 0.7 to 2.4 kg (1.5 to 5.3 lb), with males being larger than females; males average 50 cm (20 in) in total length, while females average 43 cm (17 in),[11] with substantial variation in average size from one region to another, and this pattern does not seem to follow any particular climatic rule and may be due to other environmental factors, such as predation and human encroachment.[16] The platypus has an average body temperature of about 32 °C (90 °F) rather than the 37 °C (99 °F) typical of placental mammals.[17] Research suggests this has been a gradual adaptation to harsh environmental conditions on the part of the small number of surviving monotreme species rather than a historical characteristic of monotremes.[18][19] Modern platypus young have three teeth in each of the maxillae (one premolar and two molars) and dentaries (three molars), which they lose before or just after leaving the breeding burrow;[11] adults have heavily keratinised pads in their place.[11] The first upper and third lower cheek teeth of platypus nestlings are small, each having one principal cusp, while the other teeth have two main cusps.[20] The platypus jaw is constructed differently from that of other mammals, and the jaw-opening muscle is different.[11] As in all true mammals, the tiny bones that conduct sound in the middle ear are fully incorporated into the skull, rather than lying in the jaw as in cynodonts and other premammalian synapsids. However, the external opening of the ear still lies at the base of the jaw.[11] The platypus has extra bones in the shoulder girdle, including an interclavicle, which is not found in other mammals.[11] It has a reptilian gait, with the legs on the sides of the body, rather than underneath.[11] When on land, it engages in knuckle-walking on its front feet, to protect the webbing between the toes.[21] Venom Main article: Platypus venom The calcaneus spur found on the male's hind limb is used to deliver venom. While both male and female platypuses are born with ankle spurs, only the male's spurs produce venom,[22][23][24] composed largely of defensin-like proteins (DLPs), three of which are unique to the platypus.[25] The DLPs are produced by the immune system of the platypus. The function of defensins is to blow holes in pathogenic bacteria and viruses, but in platypuses they also are formed into venom for defense. Although powerful enough to kill smaller animals such as dogs, the venom is not lethal to humans, but the pain is so excruciating that the victim may be incapacitated.[25][26] Oedema rapidly develops around the wound and gradually spreads throughout the affected limb. Information obtained from case histories and anecdotal evidence indicates the pain develops into a long-lasting hyperalgesia (a heightened sensitivity to pain) that persists for days or even months.[27][28] Venom is produced in the crural glands of the male, which are kidney-shaped alveolar glands connected by a thin-walled duct to a calcaneus spur on each hind limb. The female platypus, in common with echidnas, has rudimentary spur buds that do not develop (dropping off before the end of their first year) and lack functional crural glands.[11] The venom appears to have a different function from those produced by nonmammalian species; its effects are not life-threatening to humans, but nevertheless powerful enough to seriously impair the victim. Since only males produce venom and production rises during the breeding season, it may be used as an offensive weapon to assert dominance during this period.[25] Electrolocation Platypus shown to children. Monotremes (for the other species, see Echidna) are the only mammals (apart from at least one species of dolphin)[29] known to have a sense of electroreception: they locate their prey in part by detecting electric fields generated by muscular contractions. The platypus' electroreception is the most sensitive of any monotreme.[30][31] The electroreceptors are located in rostrocaudal rows in the skin of the bill, while mechanoreceptors (which detect touch) are uniformly distributed across the bill. The electrosensory area of the cerebral cortex is contained within the tactile somatosensory area, and some cortical cells receive input from both electroreceptors and mechanoreceptors, suggesting a close association between the tactile and electric senses. Both electroreceptors and mechanoreceptors in the bill dominate the somatotopic map of the platypus brain, in the same way human hands dominate the Penfield homunculus map.[32][33] The platypus can determine the direction of an electric source, perhaps by comparing differences in signal strength across the sheet of electroreceptors. This would explain the characteristic side-to-side motion of the animal's head while hunting. The cortical convergence of electrosensory and tactile inputs suggests a mechanism that determines the distance of prey that, when they move, emit both electrical signals and mechanical pressur
: Can we stop forcing people to use terrible summoner icons to complete missions?
: > [{quoted}](name=GlobDaBlob,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=MyulF6Go,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2017-04-24T02:21:10.617+0000) > > The same punishment as murder I want you to go up to a rape victim who had an abortion and say that to her face.
> [{quoted}](name=TheLittlestLulu,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=MyulF6Go,comment-id=00000001,timestamp=2017-04-24T05:40:56.632+0000) > > I want you to go up to a rape victim who had an abortion and say that to her face. I'd tell them that they've sinned but there is full pardon of sins and free justification with God to be found through righteousness of Christ received by faith.
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: Can some1 tell me why no1 is calling trump out on his handshakes? Some random gave me a handshake once and it felt like he tried his hardest to squeeze my hand and I had to call him out on it. Is it an uncontrollable thing?
> [{quoted}](name=Sound Voltex,realm=EUW,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=kj2VlNGV,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2017-02-13T21:12:48.847+0000) > > Can some1 tell me why no1 is calling trump out on his handshakes? Some random gave me a handshake once and it felt like he tried his hardest to squeeze my hand and I had to call him out on it. Is it an uncontrollable thing? It makes them feel significant.
: > [{quoted}](name=hyperdoge,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=EiiXzVgV,comment-id=0007000100000000,timestamp=2017-02-07T23:05:21.485+0000) > > And some believe a voucher system would benefit these less privileged people more than throwing money at shitty public schools. Lmao yeah, must be why the charter schools Ms. Devos pushed for have worse records than public schools. It is clearly the way forward.
> [{quoted}](name=Throwing Rocks,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=EiiXzVgV,comment-id=00070001000000000000,timestamp=2017-02-07T23:06:53.944+0000) > > Lmao yeah, must be why the charter schools Ms. Devos pushed for have worse records than public schools. It is clearly the way forward. http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/442522/devos-and-detroits-charter-schools
: > [{quoted}](name=Easyaeta,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=EiiXzVgV,comment-id=00070001,timestamp=2017-02-07T22:52:49.143+0000) > > And what about those who don't have the funds or resources to use such schools? > > Fuck em right? Most people on these forums are spoiled shits who have no idea that a lot of people aren't as fortunate as them.
> [{quoted}](name=Throwing Rocks,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=EiiXzVgV,comment-id=000700010000,timestamp=2017-02-07T23:00:10.389+0000) > > Most people on these forums are spoiled shits who have no idea that a lot of people aren't as fortunate as them. And some believe a voucher system would benefit these less privileged people more than throwing money at shitty public schools.
: My junglers be like...
This song is too catchy.
: Hey republicans, conservatives and dumbassses (all the same really) how do you defend such a horribly unqualified person? The same way you did with your vote? Bullshit and lies? Good job, you've really fucked yourselves and the and entire nation.. and world really. All these corrupt, power and money hungry people bought their way in and it's completely obvious. If you aren't scared then you need to wake up.
> [{quoted}](name=Dryad Soraka,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=EiiXzVgV,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2017-02-07T18:40:16.659+0000) > > Hey republicans, conservatives and dumbassses (all the same really) how do you defend such a horribly unqualified person? The same way you did with your vote? Bullshit and lies? Good job, you've really fucked yourselves and the and entire nation.. and world really. All these corrupt, power and money hungry people bought their way in and it's completely obvious. If you aren't scared then you need to wake up. School choice is a good thing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yx6-PHKzHvM
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: > [{quoted}](name=Whitney Houston,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=5aKXVy7l,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2017-01-30T14:41:17.909+0000) > > Step 1: > > 1. Never get on GD again. > 2. Go outside. > 3. Join a Club, a YMCA or get a hobby that involves people in real life. > 4. Stop being fat. > 5. Get your shit together > > GG WP you now have a boyfriend. congratulations. > Now your happiness is defined by the company of another person and you only feel "special" because another person determines it and not because you believe in. 1. I don't have much time to be on GD either way 2. I am outside a bunch 3. I joined a gym and some clubs already but now I'm moving and have to redo all of that 4. I'm working on it, I lost 60 pounds in a year 5. My shit is pretty tight 6. I never believe in that, I do not believe in the power of affirmation and judge my worth based on my beliefs
> [{quoted}](name=How Do You Meta,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=5aKXVy7l,comment-id=00000000,timestamp=2017-01-30T14:44:02.643+0000) > 4. I'm working on it, I lost 60 pounds in a year wow, congrats man!
: > [{quoted}](name=hyperdoge,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=jnsRItOL,comment-id=0003,timestamp=2017-01-30T04:14:48.187+0000) > > Yeah, my fellow churchgoers who are actually serving the poor and following Jesus are "pretending". What a stupid generalization. There are nominal believers on both sides of the political spectrum. Your fellow churchgoers are a vast minority. If they weren't then this wouldn't be a meme. You need to be lecturing your fellow followers not people who don't give a shit because they're already jaded about all the awful shit your fellow followers do.
> [{quoted}](name=MetaCosmos,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=jnsRItOL,comment-id=00030000,timestamp=2017-01-30T04:19:17.991+0000) > > If they weren't then this wouldn't be a meme. wow. so memes are a standard of truth in our modern day. nice logic. >You need to be lecturing your fellow followers not people who don't give a shit because they're already jaded about all the awful shit your fellow followers do. How about I continue to exhort professing believers and we keep the smug liberal circlejerk on Reddit? > [{quoted}](name=Destaice,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=jnsRItOL,comment-id=00030001,timestamp=2017-01-30T04:29:46.496+0000) > > It's > A > Joke > You > Mouth breather it's a shitty joke
Destaice (NA)
: Spicy
Yeah, my fellow churchgoers who are actually serving the poor and following Jesus are "pretending". What a stupid generalization. There are nominal believers on both sides of the political spectrum.
: I need to make a thread on this.
I recommend dialectical behavior therapy.
: Hitler took the DMT!
: You ever stay up too late
For me, the difficulty is finding myself restless too late at night and realizing I forgot to take my meds and knowing if I take them, I'll be groggy at school. Usually when I forget, I just don't bother sleeping. https://www.twitch.tv/lck1
: > [{quoted}](name=hyperdoge,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=PEdu4FTl,comment-id=000e0000,timestamp=2017-01-22T19:22:17.996+0000) > > fixed that for you Let's be honest here, most of them are. I'd say some are just confused and don't understand anything, it's not necessarily their fault.. they're just not smart enough to discern fact from fiction.
> [{quoted}](name=Dryad Soraka,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=PEdu4FTl,comment-id=000e00000000,timestamp=2017-01-22T19:24:08.876+0000) > > Let's be honest here, most of them are. I'd say some are just confused and don't understand anything, it's not necessarily their fault.. they're just not smart enough to discern fact from fiction. Maybe, though if that is the case, I'd bet you could say most liberals are stupid as well. Most people are simpleminded and go with the position that _feels_ right to them without sound reasoning, or so it seems to me. I commented because I think it's ignorant to dismiss the entire population that holds a different position as "fucking stupid." I think if you're willing to read the intellectuals of the other position, you'll find not all of them are "fucking stupid". You might disagree with them, but you'll see they're able to consider premises and formulate arguments in their favor. If you don't believe their position has any intellectuals worth considering, I think that just shows you're ignorant of political theory.
: Except it is because of trump because that idiot nominated her. Republicans are fucking stupid, conservatives are fucking stupid.
> [{quoted}](name=Dryad Soraka,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=PEdu4FTl,comment-id=000e,timestamp=2017-01-22T19:16:32.921+0000) > >**some** Republicans are fucking stupid, **some** conservatives are fucking stupid. fixed that for you
: Your country is fucked and it's not even because of Trump.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yx6-PHKzHvM
: Who absolutely shits on Darius?????
: i have the best name
: Deserved tbh
> [{quoted}](name=2nd Chance,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=7AoQcn0m,comment-id=000a,timestamp=2017-01-12T04:24:42.739+0000) > > Deserved tbh I agree
: Is mankind basically evil or basically good?
I answer evil but can't explain here because my reasons are primarily religious.
: When you're supposed to be a news network, but you dont cover news and instead act like tabloid trash. Bash a person running for president, bash him after he becomes president. Make the claim "the president needs us, we dont need him." And then you're suddenly crying "Mr President why wont you talk to us wtf!!." Next they'll cry about freedom of the press and how they're entitled to be spoken to.
: He's made a mockery of our country.
> [{quoted}](name=RookPusher,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=7AoQcn0m,comment-id=0003,timestamp=2017-01-11T21:30:09.193+0000) > > He's made a mockery of our country. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXtHd25RyV4
: Given how much CNN was trashing him during the election, they should have expected this.
> [{quoted}](name=Busty Demoness,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=7AoQcn0m,comment-id=0004,timestamp=2017-01-11T21:31:26.114+0000) > > Given how much CNN was trashing him during the election, they should have expected this. Yeah. During the race, I'd get coffee from Mcdonald's almost daily and they had CNN on shilling against Trump everyday.
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: Today i was productive while playing league.
yeah. i always listen to podcasts and lessons when i'm not listening to music. just playing league isn't stimulating enough.
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: F.E.K. 3.0 - Preview
http://i.imgur.com/Ob8pwVs.jpg thank you
: Phrases you'd hear in ARAM but not on SR
"waaaah stop feeding!" some people don't understand the concept of "going deep" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkOJ9uNj9EY
: so how many deaths is intentionally feeding?
If they die many times while doing their best, they are not intentionally feeding. If they run into the enemies intending to feed (even once), they are intentionally feeding.
: Usually I don't mind other GDers...
>the blacklist excellent show
: What is the most depressing thing you can possibly think of?
: > [{quoted}](name=hyperdoge,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=vP2Me3A1,comment-id=0004,timestamp=2016-12-06T22:04:33.571+0000) > > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL2ZwXj1tXM > > https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poems/detail/44027 > > Actually committing suicide is not a criteria for major depression. Pretty sure it establishes real "depression". Living for 80 years in a mansion, playing golf every day, sort of makes any song you writ about "sadness" invalid. I'm not even saying Blind Melon had depression, but at least when he faked it, he saw it all the way through. He was committed. He was a man about it.
> [{quoted}](name=Stand N Bang,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=vP2Me3A1,comment-id=00040000,timestamp=2016-12-06T22:16:27.124+0000) > > Pretty sure it establishes real "depression". Living for 80 years in a mansion, playing golf every day, sort of makes any song you writ about "sadness" invalid. > You said, "If it were real, he wouldn't be alive." I'm saying committing suicide is not a necessary criteria for depression. I've never heard anyone add that condition to depression. Anyway, the author of the poem I posted attempted suicide multiple time due to major depression.
: > [{quoted}](name=hyperdoge,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=IieZW2NN,comment-id=000400000000000000020000,timestamp=2016-12-03T01:24:12.506+0000) > > If it seems good to us to sustain a patient in a coma so that they might one day enjoy life, certainly it's wrong to rob the unborn child of the life which it has not yet begun to enjoy. A coma patient has already shown thought and emotion and actual recognizance. That 'unborn child' has not until the final third of its development. > > The fact that you use this word shows you know that "cluster of cells" posses the intrinsic value of being human, regardless of its age. Slave owners robbed slaves of their human rights by referring to them as "beasts". Likewise, people today seek to rob unborn children of their right to life by referring to them as "cluster of cells". No, that "cluster of cells" EVENTUALLY posses the value of being human. Later in the womb it has developed basic sentience and awareness. When it is born it is human (and before that when it is actually capable of thought). Before that though it is just that: a cluster of cells that could turn into a human given time (or could just die because still birth isn't that rare). I feel it is ok for the mother, AN ACTUAL PROVEN HUMAN, to choose whether or not to carry on allowing the cells to grow until the cells have matured to the point of being human. At that point unless the baby threatens the mother's health an abortion should not be done as it has gone far enough in development to be truly aware. And comparing it to slaves is rich. That was some humans taking other humans and degrading and insulting them and their entire 'race'. This is some humans deciding whether they want something NOT YET HUMAN to carry on until it is human or remove it before then. > > > Let individuals decide for themselves if life is worth living. Let individuals decide for themselves if they want to let something not aware or sentient to continue growing until it is or to remove it.
> [{quoted}](name=Lord Dusteon,realm=NA,application-id=mNBeEEkI,discussion-id=IieZW2NN,comment-id=0004000000000000000200000000,timestamp=2016-12-03T01:34:56.878+0000) > > And comparing it to slaves is rich. That was some humans taking other humans and degrading and insulting them and their entire 'race'. This is some humans deciding whether they want something NOT YET HUMAN to carry on until it is human or remove it before then. You are no different from slave owners in the way that you set up an arbitrary standard of what constitutes a human to deprive people of their rights. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/news/9113394/Killing-babies-no-different-from-abortion-experts-say.HTML
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