When did we out law abortion?
Started by Dr. Pezus, May 16, 2014, 06:00 PM
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When did we out law abortion?Well the US hasn't, but there's been some laws passed to make it harder. (I think mostly at the state level)
When did we out law abortion?Nobody said you did. You've just been going very backwards in the area recently, with lots of added restrictions and reduced access.
Ireland has voted yes in their referendum on abortion, finally legalising it. Fantastic news. Its good to see Western countries still progressing while America travels backwards at 100mph on issues like this.Took them long enough
Nobody said you did. You've just been going very backwards in the area recently, with lots of added restrictions and reduced access.I'm not sure why you act like this is a purely American thing. It's a hot debate around the world. More so anywhere that religion is popular.
The fact its still a debate means you have a long way to go.
I'm not sure why you act like this is a purely American thing. It's a hot debate around the world. More so anywhere that religion is popular.Not in the well developed western world though.
Blood loss in your feet will do that.Cause I'm falling apart.
HuhI'm outside too much in 90 degree temp and walking 10 miles a day.
Not strictly a plot hole, but I'd probably choose the two Mongol invasions of Japan that were stopped both times by typhoons. Can't think of a more Deus Ex Machina moment than that. And to top it off, it happened twice.
Tycho Brahe's life. It's like a child wrote it. He lost part of his nose in a duel about a mathematical formula, and wore a brass nose around for the rest of his life. He hired a dwarf named Jepp to be his assistant/pet because he thought Jepp was a psychic. Jepp lived under the dining room table. He had a pet moose that got too drunk at one of his 16th century ragers and died from falling down stairs. Tycho died of a ruptured bladder from holding his pee for too long. Rumor is he didn't want to be rude and get up from the table during a dinner with the king of Hungary to pee. And after all that Johannes Kepler got credit for his work in astrophysics.