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  1. In response to “What credates [sic] feral children? Say “who” rather, and the answer is God.”

    So, the question was, what creates feral children– you’re smart enough to provide an intelligent answer.

    You’re also smart enough to provide an intelligent answer to how God views me if I abandon at any age a child I insisted be born.

    I’m still waiting.

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    1. John Dunkle Says:

      No I’m not, I don’t know what creates them.

      My response to your second question is good.

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      1. a good Jesuitical answer, but not a sufficient answer, as it provides no information. And what is the reason for that?

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      2. You refuse to do any research on feral children, but if you are curious about how to protect yourself legally when engaged in stalking, you research that. Why are you selectively incurious?

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        1. John Dunkle Says:

          I’ll research feral children when I get the time. Right now I have to weed the radishes.

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          1. Serqey Says:

            Personally I’m impressed by the quiltay of this. Sometimes I fav stuff like this on Redit. This article probably won’t do well with that crowd. I’ll look around and find another article that may work.

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  2. You will never research feral children. It’s far too risky to your emotional well-being.

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    1. John Dunkle Says:

      I’ll have to take your word for it, Chuck, cause I get lost in Abortionisticky.

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      1. Pilar Says:

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    2. Thank you for proving my thesis.

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      1. John Dunkle Says:

        You’re welcome.

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        1. Rogerio Says:

          how come someone beilvees in love so dearly, becomes someone having so little love at the end? or at least, so desperate for love as if he has not got enough until the end? If you were to choose, do you want to be someone that beilvees in, wants, willing to share or however you want to call it…???

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        2. Scott Says:

          Sorry for the huge review, but I’m rlaely loving the new Zune, and hope this, as well as the excellent reviews some other people have written, will help you decide if it’s the right choice for you.

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  3. The best thing for me I found in this bag is that the camera is easy to retrieve when I pack it in the bag and it is ready to shoot. Many times the shot is gone by the time you finish setting up to take it.

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    1. John Dunkle Says:

      Hilly, you sound like Chuckles!

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  4. Happy Father’s Day, “pro-choice” dads!

    I congratulate you for choosing to raise to adulthood every child you wanted to see born, and I am impressed by your willingness to listen to your spouse or partner and follow her lead when you consider just how many children you think she should bear.

    I also compliment you on the children you don’t have, children like the following:

    “Lisa,” Joel Steinberg’s and Hedda Nussbaum’s adopted child, who was beaten by Joel in a cocaine rage and left to die after months if not years of suffering abuse.

    The grade schooler whose mother called him “It,” instead of naming him and made him eat a fouled diaper when he said he was hungry.

    The infant who was raised in a cardboard box and grew up believing that his mother and her series of boyfriends just happened to be people living in the same place as he was.

    The two-year-old whose father left him to ride in a new car and died in a crash, who managed to survive on trash and water from the toilet until his military-service mother in Iraq found out her husband had been dead for almost a week.

    The grandchildren of Beverly Russell, the South Carolina Republic State Committeeman, whose daughter suffered his molestation for years and drowned the two boys in the name of love.

    The 13-year-old “wild child” in California who was rescued from a lifetime of being bound to a potty chair, unable to speak, walk or care for herself in a reasonably normal fashion.

    You’ve been a better dad than these kids (and literally millions more) had, and you know what it takes to do right by your kids, even when it calls for not having any more. You have the maturity to consider all forms of birth control, including abortion, and you know that unless you have control over how many children you and their mom have, you won’t have control over how well you can care for them. Happy Father’s Day!

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    1. John Dunkle Says:

      All these guys you mention here, Chuck, were killers’ helpers like yourself. And you’re wishing them “happy fathers’ day”?

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  5. John Dunkle Says:

    A month goes my — what am I, talking to myself? Anybody who wants to keep baby killing legal, say something! Sure, you’ll have to say something stupid (except for one thing) but say something anyway. Just for proving you’re alive I’ll like you.

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  6. The major complaint so-called “pro-lifers” lodge against the concept of aborticentrism– i.e., the little-recognized fact that they are so fixated on abortion that they generally disregard the fate of the subsequent– is that it is “psychobabble,” a fancy term for a type of ad hominem attack.

    The charge is baseless and ill-considered, made without an understanding of the literature supporting the concept. For the term to have any appliability, the accuser would have to address the body of literature on which aborticentrism rests, and they haven’t.

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    1. John Dunkle Says:

      “Literature” my foot. Who can read that fakery? You guys take words like literature and science and pervert them.

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      1. so give us an example Dunkle, you have nothing more than psychobabel in most of your posts, what fakery do you speak of?

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        1. Ansuya Says:

          Someday, after mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and grivaty, we shall harness for God the energies of love, and then, for a second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire.

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  7. Andrew, what do you know about aborticentrism?

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  8. A syndrome is a combination of phenomena seen in association.  In the field of psychiatry, the presence of one trait will prompt the doctor to determine if other traits are associated with it in a way that indicates the existence of a pathology. 

    The “pro-life” movement displays one unusual trait– an extremely restrictive definition of the range of life it will care for–  that indicates the possible existence of a syndrome, the “pro-life syndrome.”  It can be summarized like this:

    The closer human life gets to being the “pro-lifer’s” responsibility,
    the less sacred it becomes.

    A psychopathology (clinical study of the movement) is in order to determine why such a syndrome exists, and what it means for its members, its intended “rescuees” and society at large.

    Cognitive dissonance– the ability to make an illogical choice to remain discomfited in an embarrassing, stultifying or harmful situation is another trait that would indicate the presence of a syndrome.  Its members, despite embarrassing evidence to the contrary,  always and everywhere choose life, even when it results in great harm.

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  9. AT BOTTOM, the problem the self-proclaimed “pro-life” movement has is the huge difference between their proclaimed care for “human life” and their actual care for it. This subsidiary blog of abortion.com will explore this puzzle.

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  10. There are two types of care: there is care for, and there is care about.

    Caring FOR is outward-directed: the carer provides what another needs, based on another’s judgment. The nurse provides what the doctor prescribes; the teacher provides what the community expects; the mother supplies what society and science has deemed necessary and propitious. The satisfaction of the carer lies in having met social norms, often at the expense of one’s own time, money, convenience, preferences or other resources.

    Caring ABOUT is inner-directed. One cares ABOUT a situation that discomforts one and wishes it to be resolved or disappear in order that one might feel better. A person cares about neighborhood noise, the emergence of influential racial, ethnic or religious minorities, etc., because it bothers him. If the disturbance vanishes, if it removes itself to a different venue or is no longer the subject of breathless TV airheads, the person’s care about the problem ceases. There is no expenditure of that person’s resources to address the problem; the only motivation is to see it go away. Sometimes, however, the person is compelled to take steps when it won’t “go away.”

    The difference between caring FOR and caring ABOUT is one that the self-proclaimed “pro-life” movement needs to keep obscured from the general public.

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  11. Anonymous Says:

    small brainl… you all wasting your time bitch

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