I'm a straight girl, but not straight to the point of being unwilling to experiment. I can play with girls but I don't expect to fall in love with one. I have experimented, and of the various orientations listed, straight suits me best. I like a nice cock inside me. Please don't take that to mean that I'll exclude you because you don't have one.
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Any experts on Sherlock Holmes? Yes.
I know, I know, it will help people have healthy children but is it necessary? I find the whole idea scary and sci-fi like. I know it's not my place to say, because I (hopefully) will never need to consider this kind of thing but I can't help feel it's just... wrong. The prcedure sounds like it makes sense but when I look at the whole thing and think, 'a child would have DNA from three people' it doesn't sit right with me. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/11377992/Three-parent-baby-law-is-irresponsible-says-Church-of-England-ahead-of-vote.html What does everyone else think? https://upload.lushstories.com/1680681491-482-14225666851477486717.png I think it's a great thing for women who can't otherwise have children. It's really no different than having an embryonic implant. We all have DNA from numerous people now. Half our DNA is from one set of grandparents and half from the other. The child will have DNA from six grandparents instead of four, but all in all, if you go back far enough there's DNA from thousands. I think the real issue is that the church is opposing it. The church is always lagging behind scientific progress. Religion should have no voice in reproductive health issues. One person's religious beliefs have no bearing on another person's life.
Hand on heart? I don't know for sure and hopefully never will. What I do know is that I would weigh up all the pros and cons and make my decision based on that information and the wishes of my child.In my family, we lost a young child close to me a couple of years ago. She was only eight and the effects of that still affect all of us, my point being that I've come as close as is possible to know what it's like to lose a child without actually losing one of my own. I do know that chemo kills the immune system as it kills the cancer. I do know that it's a horrendous process and I do know that the long term, knock on effects can be as devastating as the initial disease.I do not think it's right to force someone to undergo unwanted medical treatment. I do not think we have all the facts in this case. I do not necessarily think this woman is a bad mother.I'm also typing on my phone so not really able to respond as articulately as I'd like. I'll look in on the thread again tomorrow. Chemo for Hodgkin's lymphoma is 85% effective. She has an excellent chance of surviving if she does chemotherapy, and virtually no chance if she doesn't. She's seventeen. I'm glad I didn't have to make such an important decision at seventeen. I wasn't very good at long term consequences then.
Last night on Question Time, this government man, Vince Cable said you can't run into a packed cinema and shout "Fire!" This is actually illegal in the UK. Question. Is shouting "Fire!" in that instance a valid use of freedom of speech or is it downright dangerous and rightly unlawful?Danielle x The reference to shouting fire in a crowded theater is from Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in 1919.When Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote the Supreme Court decision in Schenck v. United States, he used the phrase, "...falsely shouting fire in a crowded theater." The decision wasn't that shouting fire in a crowded theater is unprotected speech, but that false and dangerous speech is unprotected. The U. S. Constitution protects dangerous speech, but not if it's false. The United States Constitution guarantees freedom of speech to it's citizens, but doesn't provide protection except from the government itself. No media outlet is obligated ot provide anyone with freedom of speech. There have been court rulings which make it perfectly legal for newspapers and TV networks to lie.
What is the point of an England without spanking porn? The English vice , as the French call it, is deeply embedded in the minds of persons who don't actually live in the UK or know much about it aside from the fact that there's a lot of caning going on amid the tea and scones. It shouldn't surprise anyone who wanders through Buckingham palace if they come upon the queen giving Prince Phillip a good caning as a prelude to sitting on his face, peeing on him, then ejaculating while he fists her. Perfectly alright, of course, unless they tape it and try to sell copies, in which case they will cause a political crisis. Puritanism, according to H. L. Mencken is "The haunting fear that someone, somewhere may be happy." Puritanism is as English as apple pie and a damn good thrashing.
Evolution isn't taught where it hasn't occurred...... Once again I wish we had a like button for forum posts.
It is both immoral and enlightening. The two aren't mutually exclusive. I have recently been called an amoral bitch, though, so my opinion may be tainted. If I send an email I have only hopes of privacy, not a guarantee. There are more ways that the content of an email can be released than having the account of one person hacked. The person who receives it might decided to make it public. I think the real question is whether or not a public good was achieved by the hacking of the accounts. If you know someone has information in their account that is harmful to society, is it wrong to steal that information and make it public? The Sony case is more like the Julian Assange case than the ICloud hacking. Releasing evidence of one of Hollywood's most powerful people's racism isn't the same as publishing naked photos of that person.
I have no confidence in the CATO Institute's statistics. I think most people have enough common sense to see the corruption for themselves. There are good police and bad. From my life experience I am convinced that there is a huge number of bad police. I've been there when they bullied and shook down college students. A little cash and they would leave us alone. That's just the tip of the iceberg of what I've seen. There are those that protect drug dealers for money and bust their competition. There are those that shake down people even over traffic tickets. It goes on all the time.I've become disgusted at the frequency of police actually being arrested where I live in the metro Atlanta area, how many bad cops are getting away. Sure they were caught by other police or in many instances the FBI or in this area, the GBI. The worst here was when the one time nationally prestigious Red Dog Vice Squad carried out a 'No Knock Warrant' on a house in south Atlanta on the word of one of their 'best' informants. The 90 year old, pillar of the community, lady that lived there, thought her house was being broken into. and got her gun and shot. The Red Dog squad blew her away, riddled her body with bullets before they figured out their informant gave them bad information. They then decided the best course of action was to plant drugs to cover up their mistake. It wasn't until the community rose up demanding the news media look into it, because they knew the lady. Once the GBI and FBI got involved the Red Dog Squad went down, most of them went to prison.If it weren't for people screaming for justice they would've gotten away with it. How many times do corrupt police get away with? I guess no one has any statistics on that.I've never been arrested, but still witnessed enough police bullying and corruption to make me sick and to lose respect for them. And I'm white. I don't doubt for a second its much worse for black folks or other minorities.No Knock Warrants should be unconstitutional. I am sure that the Founding Fathers of the USA would be abhorred that such a thing goes on in a nation they founded. In Habersham county, in Georgia where you and I live, a no knock warrant resulted in a toddler being severely burned when one of the invading police officers threw a stun grenade into the baby's crib. No indictments were handed out in that case either. A huge team of law enforcement officers went in the early morning hours to arrest one person suspected of drug trafficking, and he wasn't even in the house they raided. Just days ago there was a huge deal being made on the local news about a manhunt in Rabun county for two people, involving multiple state agencies and including dogs, which resulted in the arrest of the two people. They were charged with drving off from a gas station without paying for gas. I'm sure that the amount of money spent far exceeded the worth of the gasoline, and the number of law officers used in the manhunt was far over the number of people needed for a gas drive off. They have lots of money now, though, from the federal government because of the Patriot Act, so they use it. They use it to buy equipment that these small county sheriffs offices don't really need, like armored personal carriers and assualt weapons. They obvisouly don't use it for training the police officers, most of whom have minimum training. Meanwhile, Georgia schools consistently perform at the bottom, the number of poor people is right at the top, and unempolyment is the highest in the country. The governor won't accept federal money for health care, but has no problem taking the anti-terrorist money that the feds are so eager to hand out and giving it to backwoods sheriffs to throw away on manhunts to find people who didn't pay for gas and burning babies in their beds.
Yes - that is true - but I think if you look over the site (policemisconduct.net), I'd suggest it is pretty unbiased (as much as anything these days can be) - and I could even say it leans towards an anti-police view.It's highly detailed - with spotlights on the departments/counties with the highest %'s of misconduct.If anyone knows of other good sources of data on the topic, be great to see.CATO's research on business matters I think certainly does lean hard to the right - but I don't think that is true for their other topics. For example, right now on their homepage (cato.org) their headline says the recent torture report is long overdue (certainly not a commonly thought "right wing propaganda" position). It's hard to find complete records on police violence because there are no national figures kept. There are detailed records of the number of police officers injured or killed in the line of duty, but not of how many people are shot by law enforcement. Check out this article: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2014/09/08/how-many-police-shootings-a-year-no-one-knows/
“What were you thinking, calling Damion?” I asked Hunter. “He's my friend,” he said. “Why shouldn't I call him?” “Let's see,” I said. “Maybe because you spent the afternoon fucking his wife.” “I hadn't fucked you when I called him.” “You called him before you called me?” “You're not jealous are you? I called him early, when I first got in.” I looked at him across the table and...
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I had really screwed up. There was no way to undo what I'd done, to make it not have happened. I'd have to live with the guilt, hide it from Damion for the rest of my life, or confess it to him and run the risk of ending our marriage. I hadn't meant to cheat. I've always been a flirt, though, and this wasn't the first time flirting had gotten me in trouble, just the first time since my...
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I knew that I wasn't going to be able to talk my stepmother out of giving me a spanking, rules were rules, as she so often said. She wasn't the real mother of any of us, but she had been married to our fathers and ended up with us. She always said that none of us were too old to be spanked if we were still living under her roof, so the fact that I was eighteen didn't matter. My stepbrother,...
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It was the first Saturday after our pool had been filled. The water hadn't really had time to get warm, so I hadn't really been swimming in it yet. My husband had taken a swim as soon as it was filled on Wednesday, and had gone in after work Thursday and Friday, but only briefly. I had stepped in deep enough to know that it was still too cold for me to go swimming. He had gotten me up early...
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The first time I kissed Brad was under the loneliness tree. It was the night before prom. He was my date, and I considered myself lucky. My mom wanted some pictures, so we went out under the big oak tree in back and posed. It was the tree I sat under when I was feeling lonely and put upon, when my teenage angst made it impossible for me to share myself with company. After he’d pinned the...
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Neal Cannon always seemed to be looking at me lustfully. He never said anything that might be construed as remotely sexual, but his look always made me feel like he was thinking about dragging me off somewhere and ravishing me. I'd seen that look in other men's eyes on many occasions, and it always meant that I was either going to fuck or fight off their advances. With Neal though it always...
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I heard the door closing as Neal led out of the living room and toward the stairway that led to the bedroom. When we got to the stairs, he let go of my hand and told me to go up first. I walked ahead of him, holding onto the rail. It was very well polished and I wondered how it would feel to slide down it naked. “ You have a beautiful ass,” Neal said. “ Thank you,” I said. “You wife...
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Sterling smacked my ass, spun me around and pushed me against the wall. “I'm going to fuck you standing up,” he said. “Right here and now.” “You're getting married to my sister,” I said. “So I'm going to have to say no.” “I'm going to fuck you,” he said. “Sooner or later.” His lips moved toward mine and I found myself puckering up to meet them. He tasted of whiskey and apples with...
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On Valentine's Day he brought me two dozen roses, one for each year of my life, a bottle of Cabernet, the same 2001 Beringer that he had brought when I fixed him dinner the first time, a box of hand made chocolates that he had driven to Gatlinburg to buy from from the candy store where we had brought chocolates on our first weekend away together, and a beautiful leather paddle with a pink...
Added 13 Feb 2013 | Category Love Stories
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Alone on the tiny dance floor, Kristen Fowler's hips swayed slowly in rhythm to the slow blues the band was playing. Her long tanned legs and flowing blond hair moved like wind and water. The guitar solo sent chills into her soul, reminding her of Jimmy, the way his fingers would dance on the fretboard and on her skin. Jimmy played better lead than this guy, but there was no denying that the...
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