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Old 04-11-2012, 08:38 PM   #9921
 
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I really wanna go to sonic and I really want a pizza. I have neither.



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Old 04-11-2012, 08:40 PM   #9922
 
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This is the case that initially got Angela Corey noticed:


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Old 04-11-2012, 08:57 PM   #9923
 
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Can Allen West stop making a cad damn sap sucker out of himself every chance he gets..

Lawd..when are some of these people gonna learn ?
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Don't know if this means anything but I'm suspicious as hell.. I read this on Wiki under Angela Corey's name:


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Upon taking office, Corey terminated 10 assistant state attorneys, over half of the investigators, and 48 support employees. In 2010, the Florida Times-Union reported that Corey sent 230 juvenile felony cases to adult court in 2009. This amounted to twice the number of juvenile felony cases placed in adult court in the years prior to Corey becoming State Attorney.
Now some of yall here GOT to know what I'm thinking...what question I'm asking...

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In 2011 Corey's office oversaw a case in which 12-year-old Cristian Fernandez was accused of killing his two-year-old brother. Corey sought and received a grand jury indictment Fernandez on charges of homicide and aggravated child abuse, and decided to try him as an adult. This move, which made Fernandez the youngest person ever to face a murder charge in Jacksonville's history, drew criticism and protests to send the case to juvenile court instead,but Corey held that the juvenile system was inadequate to handle a crime of this magnitude.However, Corey stated she did not intend for Fernandez to stand trial or serve a life sentence, but would rather accept a plea deal. As of February 1, 2012 the defense and prosecution had not agreed to a plea deal, but were still in discussion. A trial was scheduled for February 27, 2012, but was postponed.
I don't trust a mmmmmmmmofo.. I'm keeping my eyes on Ms. Corey..plus she's a Republican.
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:35 PM   #9925
 
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Arizona lawmakers gave final passage to three anti-abortion bills Tuesday afternoon, including one that declares pregnancies in the state begin two weeks before conception.

The other two bills passed by the House include the state's "wrongful birth, wrongful life" bill that prohibits lawsuits against doctors who do not provide information about a fetus' health if that information could lead to an abortion. In addition, parents cannot sue on the child's behalf after birth.

The third bill requires that schools teach students that adoption and birth are the most acceptable outcomes for an unwanted pregnancy.


how about we teach them that its okay to go to the store and not be shamed out of buying condoms if they really wanna have sex. I mean in the happy coco puff and glitter land, yea nobody wants teens to have sex, but in real life, teens have sex.

Arizona Abortion Bill: Legislators Pass Three Bills, Including One That Redefines When Life Begins
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LOL.. Fox News claims they found a mole.. ahhhhh haaa.. !


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I think I might ....get fast food. I cannot. Stop thinking about it.

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Don't know if this means anything but I'm suspicious as hell.. I read this on Wiki under Angela Corey's name:


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Upon taking office, Corey terminated 10 assistant state attorneys, over half of the investigators, and 48 support employees. In 2010, the Florida Times-Union reported that Corey sent 230 juvenile felony cases to adult court in 2009. This amounted to twice the number of juvenile felony cases placed in adult court in the years prior to Corey becoming State Attorney.
Now some of yall here GOT to know what I'm thinking...what question I'm asking...

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In 2011 Corey's office oversaw a case in which 12-year-old Cristian Fernandez was accused of killing his two-year-old brother. Corey sought and received a grand jury indictment Fernandez on charges of homicide and aggravated child abuse, and decided to try him as an adult. This move, which made Fernandez the youngest person ever to face a murder charge in Jacksonville's history, drew criticism and protests to send the case to juvenile court instead,but Corey held that the juvenile system was inadequate to handle a crime of this magnitude.However, Corey stated she did not intend for Fernandez to stand trial or serve a life sentence, but would rather accept a plea deal. As of February 1, 2012 the defense and prosecution had not agreed to a plea deal, but were still in discussion. A trial was scheduled for February 27, 2012, but was postponed.
I don't trust a mmmmmmmmofo.. I'm keeping my eyes on Ms. Corey..plus she's a Republican.
Yep, scoped those out earlier. This trial put her on a national stage and the lady has aspirations. Can't be looking "soft" on who the world perceives to be a child killer.
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:44 PM   #9929
 
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@Marah -

My post was not taking issue with you - I asked you a (legit) series of questions, you answered them.

Regarding my comment about not saying I had faith in the justice system, you quoted me, so with net etiquette, I can assume that you were addressing what I just said. In response to me you said,

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I don't know.. I still don't have good faith in the justice system just because of this case.
after I said that the decision today spoke volumes about the justice system, which to me implies that you are saying that I said I do. If that's not what you were saying, then fine. Regardless, my response to you was not to be taken as snarky or me "taking issue" with you - I asked you questions. You answered them, thank you for that.

And frankly, there have been more than a few times where you have seemed to think I am trying to be snarky in my replies to you - when that isn't the case at all. I type fast and blunt, if I have a question, I will ask it, if I have an opinion, I will express it. Doesn't mean that I have any disrespect for anyone on this board or am looking to start something - if I was, you'd know. Perhaps it would be best if you no longer addressed me, because I can't sugarcoat my posts to ensure you don't take them the wrong way.
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:49 PM   #9930
 
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Arizona lawmakers gave final passage to three anti-abortion bills Tuesday afternoon, including one that declares pregnancies in the state begin two weeks before conception.

The other two bills passed by the House include the state's "wrongful birth, wrongful life" bill that prohibits lawsuits against doctors who do not provide information about a fetus' health if that information could lead to an abortion. In addition, parents cannot sue on the child's behalf after birth.

The third bill requires that schools teach students that adoption and birth are the most acceptable outcomes for an unwanted pregnancy.


how about we teach them that its okay to go to the store and not be shamed out of buying condoms if they really wanna have sex. I mean in the happy coco puff and glitter land, yea nobody wants teens to have sex, but in real life, teens have sex.

Arizona Abortion Bill: Legislators Pass Three Bills, Including One That Redefines When Life Begins
This is when you KNOW people have lost it.

They think pregnancy begins before conception. So basically you are pregnant before you actually....get pregnant. I've heard it all. I read the article and I understand what they are saying, but in my opinion they are just manipulating science to fit their own agenda.

Also, the one about not being able to sue your doctor if they knowingly withhold information about your health. If that's the case, why even go to the doctor, he/she won't be penalized for lying by omission and a patient can't even be sure that she is getting an honest evaluation of her and her baby's health status. The reasoning behind it is even more ridiculous.
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CurlyElectra... I address any post I want doesn't matter if it's yours or someone else's and I'll continue to do so. If you choose not to respond to my posts.. um okay. No biggie.

I don't give a crap about all that other.. "oh you did this and that in the past" or "you seemed to think this and that" bs. I'm not holding any past bs against you cause I simply don't care enough. You are just some lady on the net.. just like I am. Ain't nothing you say up on here is throwing a monkey wrench in my program and if what I say here throws a monkey wrench in your program...you could always use the ignore feature. As so many like to say here.. "it ain't that serious".
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Arizona lawmakers gave final passage to three anti-abortion bills Tuesday afternoon, including one that declares pregnancies in the state begin two weeks before conception....
It sounds like any Arizonian woman who's ever had sex is to be considered pregnant.

United Statesians, please stop scaring me.

These crazy laws are making me worry about what is going on down there.
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Wow. SMH.
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Arizona lawmakers gave final passage to three anti-abortion bills Tuesday afternoon, including one that declares pregnancies in the state begin two weeks before conception.

The other two bills passed by the House include the state's "wrongful birth, wrongful life" bill that prohibits lawsuits against doctors who do not provide information about a fetus' health if that information could lead to an abortion. In addition, parents cannot sue on the child's behalf after birth.

The third bill requires that schools teach students that adoption and birth are the most acceptable outcomes for an unwanted pregnancy.


how about we teach them that its okay to go to the store and not be shamed out of buying condoms if they really wanna have sex. I mean in the happy coco puff and glitter land, yea nobody wants teens to have sex, but in real life, teens have sex.

Arizona Abortion Bill: Legislators Pass Three Bills, Including One That Redefines When Life Begins
This is when you KNOW people have lost it.

They think pregnancy begins before conception. So basically you are pregnant before you actually....get pregnant. I've heard it all. I read the article and I understand what they are saying, but in my opinion they are just manipulating science to fit their own agenda.

Also, the one about not being able to sue your doctor if they knowingly withhold information about your health. If that's the case, why even go to the doctor, he/she won't be penalized for lying by omission and a patient can't even be sure that she is getting an honest evaluation of her and her baby's health status. The reasoning behind it is even more ridiculous.
It is stuff like this that make me question whether Area 51 is in Arizona, not Nevada. These people have to be from another planet.
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how about we teach them that its okay to go to the store and not be shamed out of buying condoms if they really wanna have sex. I mean in the happy coco puff and glitter land, yea nobody wants teens to have sex, but in real life, teens have sex.

Arizona Abortion Bill: Legislators Pass Three Bills, Including One That Redefines When Life Begins
This is when you KNOW people have lost it.

They think pregnancy begins before conception. So basically you are pregnant before you actually....get pregnant. I've heard it all. I read the article and I understand what they are saying, but in my opinion they are just manipulating science to fit their own agenda.

Also, the one about not being able to sue your doctor if they knowingly withhold information about your health. If that's the case, why even go to the doctor, he/she won't be penalized for lying by omission and a patient can't even be sure that she is getting an honest evaluation of her and her baby's health status. The reasoning behind it is even more ridiculous.
It is stuff like this that make me question whether Area 51 is in Arizona, not Nevada. These people have to be from another planet.
Exactly, I just don't understand their thought process.

Are these women really okay with being lied to? Do they think the ends justify the means? I really don't get it.
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@Marah it was a suggestion, not a demand...so all of the "I do what I want when I want..." is moot.

Shrug.
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@Marah it was a suggestion, not a demand...so all of the "I do what I want when I want..." is moot.

Shrug.
To me, it's not moot. It's a statement of fact. Furthermore, If it wasn't that big a deal (insert your shrug) no need to have said anything at all. You could have accepted my answers to your questions and left it at that.. but clearly there was more to it and you've proved such by your responses.

But hey..whatever.
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Arizona lawmakers gave final passage to three anti-abortion bills Tuesday afternoon, including one that declares pregnancies in the state begin two weeks before conception....
It sounds like any Arizonian woman who's ever had sex is to be considered pregnant.

United Statesians, please stop scaring me.

These crazy laws are making me worry about what is going on down there.
I took it as that every woman with a menstrual cycle (whether she has had sex or not) is considered pregnant.

Basically, they are taking advantage of scientists not being able to pinpoint the exact time at which a someone becomes pregnant to say that someone COULD be pregnant up to two weeks before the calculated conception date. This is fine and it makes sense (to me). It's the way they are manipulating the facts to fit the purpose that bugs me.

Is that what other people got from this? Sometimes sensationalized headlines (from both sides) make it hard to get to the truth.
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I can't with this Criminal Minds...
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