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Plan-B Access Denied by Incorrigible Twits, GOP Very Upset Obama Trying to Appoint Cabinet Secretary

HE MAY NOT AFRAID TO SAY HE'S A CHRISTIAN BUT HE IS VERY VERY AFRAID OF THE GAYSFor the first time in the 105-year history of the Food and Drug Administration an FDA directive has been publicly overruled by the department of Health and Human Services. About what? About teenagers doing it! That’s right, FDA commissioner Margaret Hamburg released a statement yesterday declaring that Plan-B, an emergency contraceptive long known to anyone paying attention to be even safer than aspirin, should be available over the counter to people of all ages (read: all people doing it with other people). HHS director Kathleen Sebelius, however, swiftly responded and publicly vetoed Hamburg, declaring that the drug could only be sold over the counter to sexually active girls age seventeen and older. And for those under the age of seventeen? Well, they’re just going to have to get a doctor’s note.

Make no mistake: Sebelius didn’t go rogue here; there is no doubt in our minds that she was carrying out marching orders from an administration now fully in re-election mode and—for reasons we’re trying and utterly failing to wrap our heads around—fearing backlash from a conservative bloc that regularly sends people like Mark Foley to Congress and Ted Haggard to the pulpit and would sooner undergo voluntary waterboarding than vote for a Democrat anyway.

Now: this is just astonishingly dumb. Appallingly! Acrobatically, even, given the idiotic contortions and sheer heights of stupidity the administration has achieved with this directive. Because first of all: Plan-B (again, as anyone with a pulse will know) is most effective within a 72-hour window of doing it, and demanding a doctor’s note from a teenage girl who now a) has to go to the doctor, but (even more problematically) b) has to tell her parents she needs to go to the doctor to get permission to use an emergency contraceptive because she’s been doing it, i.e. a requirement which likely ranks among the most terrifying things a teenage girl will ever have to do, i.e. talk to her parents about doing it, i.e. arguably the single most difficult subject to broach in this insufferably puritanical culture of ours, and therefore, THEREFORE, honestly, really, could the administration even if it had been trying have done any greater disservice to combating the already devastating rates of teen pregnancy in this country?

But we’ll let Amanda Marcotte have the last word here, who—as always—says it better than we ever could.

But before we get to the funny let’s instead just try to get all the morning’s outrage out of the way at once: it turns out that this story the Washington Post reported on last month about the Air Force cremating the unidentifiable body parts coming back from overseas wars and dumping them in a Virginia landfill is actually far, far worse than originally thought.

Previously, the Post had a single report of a soldier’s remains ending up in a landfill, but as of last night that tally has increased to two hundred and seventy four, all of whom left behind loved ones who were promised by the Air Force that their loved ones’ remains would be handled in “a dignified and respectful manner.” We will leave it as an exercise for the reader to decide where to properly target their outrage by simply pointing out that this practice, which began in 2003, halted, curiously enough, in 2008.

Ok, moving on!

As we all likely know by now, former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich is headed to the can for fourteen years. Fourteen! For those who enjoy relishing in schadenfreude as much as we do, dig this: Blago “will have to share a cell with other inmates and work a menial job, possibly scrubbing toilets or mopping floors, at just 12 cents an hour,” says the Washington Post.

Gird yourselves for today’s showdown on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, as the administration and Senate leadership are preparing a full court press for an up-or-down vote today on the (second) nominee to head the consumer watchdog agency, former Ohio attorney general Richard Cordray. Senate Republicans are set to filibuster the nomination (surprise!), but because they dislike the nominee per se, but because, as Ohio senator Sherrod Brown pointed out in a Tuesday column on Politico, “their opposition is unprecedented. This is the first time, according to the Senate historian, that a party has blocked a qualified nominee solely because it does not like the existence of the agency the nominee was selected to lead.” Republicans, of course, are saying they’re just outraged by the idea of a whole new cabinet agency being set up that’ll be managed by an unelected official who reports only to the President. Which: so they’re outraged by the State Department, and the Defense Department, and literally every single other cabinet-level agency for which the president appoints secretaries with Congressional approval. We actually had a fun time yesterday Googling around and not finding a single instance of Republican outrage during the genesis of the Department of Homeland Security. Shocking, we know.


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    1. Chichikovovich

      My neighbor gave that message to his teenage daughter. But y'know what? (looks around, whispers:) I have a sneaking suspicion from the way they act together that she and her boyfriend are still fucking.

      1. OneDollarJuana

        "Shorter conservatives-to-teenagers message: Stop fucking (opposite-sex partners). "


        1. mayor_quimby

          Exactly, I think the repubs have missed a line from the script – this decision doesn't do nearly enough to suppress The Gays. Huge oversight on their part.

        2. tessiee

          "Stop fucking (opposite-sex partners). "

          One of my former co-workers, an out of the closet gay woman, told me that when she was a teenager, she used to fib to her parents and tell them she was going to the library, but actually meet girls.
          Me: No kidding. I used to fib to my parents and tell them I was going to the library, but actually meet *boys*.
          Co-worker: So, you were… a closet… heterosexual?

    2. paris biltong

      In those Biblical times conservatives care so much about, a girl's virginity belonged to her dad.

    1. goondogger

      Sure, when done properly. That's why we need to band together and ensure teens never progress past the awkward, shameful, ow ow less teeth stage. To the barricades!

    2. Chichikovovich

      Nice. Reminds me of a sketch I saw on an otherwise forgettable vanished MTV sketch comedy show some years ago. Setup: Cigarette company is ordered by the government to make anti-smoking ads. Ad rolls: a half dozen attractive young women wearing fishnet stockings, revealing clothes, etc. and tart-ed up makeup look at the camera and say (coquettishly): "Smoking is bad. (Pause) We're bad. (giggles)."

      1. Negropolis

        OMG. You just used "coquettishly" in an actual sentence. What are you, some kind of ferriner or something?

  1. BaldarTFlagass

    Our Air Force slogan is "Aim High – Fly, Fight, Win". Guess we should change it to "Aim High – Die, Fry, Dustbin."

    1. V572 the Merciless

      Thus the difference between military services that exist to serve expensive weapons systems (USAF, USN, USCG*) and those that exist to do stuff (USA, USMC). "This unit is no longer serviceable. Please dispose of it."
      *We'll let them in just this once, cuz they look so cute in their whites.

  2. ManchuCandidate

    Oh way to go Sky Blue Boys. Dumping ashes of the honored war dead? I hope you guys will take it like men when the Preznit decides to cancel another gold plated overpriced hunk of junk.

    "Hmmmmm, the Navy's near worthless Littoral Coast Ship Program? Nah. Army's new tank? Nah. Hmmm authorization for funding the F-35's for the USAF? Done and Done."

    1. V572 the Merciless

      Remember when Jimmy Carter cancelled the B-1 bomber? That worked out great!

      The B-1B is expected to continue to serve into the 2020s, when it is to be supplemented by the Next Generation Bomber.

      Oh, and the obsolete, unstealthy B-52 "Stratofortress" that the B-1 was supposed to replace? Still flying.

      The B-52 has been in active service with the USAF since 1955. The bombers flew under the Strategic Air Command (SAC) until it was disestablished in 1992 and its aircraft absorbed into the Air Combat Command (ACC); in 2010 all B-52 Stratofortreses were transferred from the ACC to the new Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC). Superior performance at high subsonic speeds and relatively low operating costs have kept the B-52 in service despite the advent of later aircraft, including the Mach 3 North American XB-70 Valkyrie, the variable-geometry Rockwell B-1B Lancer, and the stealthy Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit. The B-52 marked its 50th anniversary of continuous service with its original operator in 2005.

      1. BaldarTFlagass

        From the same wiki article: Still flying, and it is anticipated that they will continue to remain in the AF inventory until 2045. 90 years is probably some kind of record for that kind of weapons system.

        1. V572 the Merciless

          New wings, new engines, new avionics…kinda like George Washington’s hatchet:  we put a new head on it a couple of years back, and had to replace the handle a coupla times, but this is the one he used to chop down that cherry tree! The ones you see on static display are all wrinkly, literally.

    2. Biff

      I'm sure this has nothing to do with the fact that da shrub prohibited cameras at Dover, wouldn't want anyone to see that transfer taking place…

  3. Tundra Grifter

    Once again, the GNoPee'rs confirm they don't understand how the Federal government is supposed to work. At best, they have a limited comprehension of how they want it to not work.

    We saw this from the T-Baggers, who failed to grasp the basic fact that the US Constitution was written to provide a strong Federal government. The Colonists tried the Articles of Confederation – the states consistently acted in their selfish perceived self-interest – and little if anything could be accomplished.

    But you can't learn that listening to Off-the-Mark Levin and his ilk.

  4. BaldarTFlagass

    Maybe Blago will be befriended by a nice black man who will get him a rock hammer and a poster of Farrah Fawcett.

    Nah, ass-rape is what's happening, with that pretty hair.

  5. bureaucrap

    "this practice, which began in 2003, halted, curiously enough, in 2008."

    The Repubs decided that turning our kids in uniform into fertilizer was creating too much competition with the private fertilizer industry.

    Or in the alternative, the Repubs were just so full of fertilizer that they realized that they didn't need any more.

    1. Millennial Malaise

      Alternative-alternative answer. Dumb ass GWB never gave a shit about the soldiers and hired some incompetent family friend to oversee this program and they were fired/quit

  6. paris biltong

    "We actually had a fun time yesterday Googling around and not finding a single instance of Republican outrage during the genesis of the Department of Homeland Security."

    What's worse, though, is that Democrats failed to express such outrage. Can we ask for a bit of outrage against Sebelius? Sheep.

  7. Chichikovovich

    that this practice, which began in 2003, halted, curiously enough, in 2008.

    Don't try to confuse the issue, which is respect for the troops. We all know Bush supported the troops, so it doesn't matter if his administration dumped their remains in landfills. They were troop supporters, so whatever they did is by definition respectful. Walter Reed, cutting veterans benefits, millions in inflated contracts to Haliburton but insufficient armor and IED resistant vehicles ("you go to war with the army you have, not the one you wish you had…"). That's a fact. Bush was commander in chief and he supported the troops. Obama doesn't support the troops, because he's a Democrat and we all know they don't support the troops. So it doesn't matter what his administration does with soldiers' remains – it's disrespectful.

    Corpsemen! 57 states!

    1. paris biltong

      Bush and his gang respected the troops as much as they respected the Geneva conventions, the rules of engagement and other principles: only when convenient.

    2. BaldarTFlagass

      "because he's a Democrat and we all know they don't support the troops."

      Which is really odd, since more military veterans that go into politics are Democrats, while those who dodge or otherwise forgo military service tend to be Republican.

      1. Chichikovovich

        Yeah, yeah. They're cut-and-runners, not real veterans like Bush, Cheney, Gingrich etc. Just ask Jean Schmidt and her Marine buddy.

        1. tessiee

          "real veterans like Bush, Cheney"

          I suppose one could stretch a point and say those two did our country more of a favor (however unintentionally) by evading the military than they would have by actually serving. Since Cheney is a loose cannon psycho like the Joe Pesci character in "Goodfellas" and Bush is a giggling retard, we would have had My-Lai-type incidents every week or so.

  8. SorosBot

    Well the Constitution does mandate that no executive official can take office without at least a 60% supermajority of the Senate.

    ..oh wait, it doesn't? The filibuster only exists because the Senate procedural rules are completely fucked up and stupid and any rational legislative body would have tossed that bullshit out a century ago? Fuck.

    1. hagajim

      I don't mind the filibuster per se – I just think its use has become too prevalent. It should only be used to stop a bill from passing and the fuckers ought to have to actually stand up there and read the fucking phonebook or whatever.

      1. Negropolis

        They shouldn't be allowed to use it to block cloture, as as you said, they should actually have to do it.

  9. justkillmenow

    It used to be that just the GOP hated women. Now I find out that the liberals also hate women, even the teenage ones. WTF is wrong with these people? What did we ever do to piss you all off so much? Is it that apple thing? Still? GET OVER IT!

    1. mereoblivion

      How are men supposed to get over the apple thing when men *made up* the apple thing, on purpose, for the cause of dumbness?

    2. OneDollarJuana

      Sebelius isn't a real liberal, she's one of those Midwestern Liberals, more of a religious centrist type, IIRC.

    3. hagajim

      Y'all probably ought to stop pissing us off and just start pissing on us…men are a bunch of dickholes in general, especially the old fucks that run the country. I mean, really, how tolerant is John McCain.

    4. Negropolis

      Sebilwhatever is from Kansas. I'd hardly call her a liberal. Being a liberal in Kansas simply means that you don't support the burning or drowning of "witches."

      1. tessiee

        "Being a liberal in Kansas simply means that you don't support the burning or drowning of "witches.''

        Only because they can kill them more easily by having Dorothy throw a bucket of water on them.

      1. MrFizzy

        I think all the ignorant Texan fetuses will improve the underground geological structure of the state. Just a theory at this point.

  10. WABishop

    When you're blown up and left on Afghanistan's plains,
    And the corporals come out to collect what remains,
    Jest think of the cost of distant campaigns,
    An' go to the dump like a soldier.

  11. Not_So_Much

    The Plan B thing makes sense. If we run out of poor children from single mothers, who will clean our school toilets?

  12. EatsBabyDingos

    Vlad "The Impalla" Putin says Hillary is causing all those Russian mobs to care about democracy.

    As if.

    1. Chichikovovich

      Hence all the "What Would Bristol Do?" necklaces and bracelets on sale at Christian bookstores.

  13. MildMidwesterner

    I think we should make the teenage boys buy the Plan B pills for their girlfriends. Why must all the problems be given to our daughters? If the boy is man enough to put his penis in someone, he should be man enough to ask for a pill at a pharmacy.

    If we stopped treating our boys like incapable idiots, maybe they would stop being 28 year old, x-box playing adolescents.

    Sorry… soapbox….

    1. prommie

      I apologize for being male, on behalf of all males. Please accept my testicles as a token of my sincere remorse for my crimes.

    2. OneDollarJuana

      Extension of your thought: if we stopped treating our men like incapable idiots, maybe they would stand up to the oligarchs.

    3. justkillmenow

      Is this a loophole? Seriously, wouldn't it be just like the idiots in Washington to actually write it up as "females under 17" being banned from asking for Plan B. That would make me so happy.

  14. MathIsHard

    "So let us work together to reduce the number of women seeking abortions. Let's reduce unintended pregnancies." – Barack Obama at Notre Dame in 2009

    And denying access to Plan B helps to accomplish this how?

    1. Chichikovovich

      Well, when the girl goes to her parents and asks for permission to get plan B, and they refuse, in full knowledge of what that entails, it becomes an intended pregnancy. Though not necessarily by the girl.

      1. MathIsHard

        Ah. Thanks. For a second there I thought I might maybe be losing a little more faith in the man, but I see now that that would be silly of me.

      1. MathIsHard

        Except possibly China…but I get what your saying. All other things being equal, legalizing abortion certainly does not increase abortion rates.

  15. donner_froh

    The filibuster is a great labor saving device for lazy senators. A few of them say they will block votes on legislation or nominations and no one has to show up to work.

  16. prommie

    Hey, where would Bristol Palin be today, if not for her teen pregnancy and bastard child? Anyone ever think about that? This little strumpet would be just another 22 year old Wassilla meth whore if she didn't just happen to get knocked up while she was in high school. If there had been this "Plan B" back then, she would never have found her path to grifting success as the slut-queen of abstinence. You have to think through the consequences of these things, you know.

    1. Rosie_Scenario

      Which reminds me of the wonderful silence lately re: the entire Palin clan. Kind of like life before McCain inflicted them on us in a desperate bid to win the presidency.

    2. Biff

      The whole human race, and most other creatures also too, would be better off having never heard of that entire clan. Looking at you, Walnuts.

      1. tessiee

        Believe me, Johnny Walnuts is only too well aware that he'd have been better off if he'd never heard of $illy $arah.

    1. prommie

      Thats total BS. There ain't no doing it like "I have absolutely no shyness or shame anymore, honey-badger don't give a shit" middle-aged frantic vocal rutting. Truly.

  17. ifthethunderdontgetya

    Make no mistake: Sebelius didn’t go rogue here; there is no doubt in our minds that she was carrying out marching orders from an administration now fully in re-election mode

    So that's why Obama gave that pretty speech about getting tough on banks (while his D.O.J. and S.E.C. actively oppose efforts by State Attorney Generals to actually get tough on banks).

    1. NeonTrotsky

      Anybody who still thinks that Obama will do what he says in those speeches should be thrown in a boiling vat of shit.

      1. GOPCrusher

        Anybody who still thinks that any politician will do what they say in those speeches should be thrown in a boiling vat of shit.

    1. GOPCrusher

      He is really getting abused in state of Iowa for his latest commercial. " There is something wrong in this country when gays can openly serve in the Military, but children can't openly pray in public schools. And I'm going to stop the Obama War on Religion."

      Even Republiklans are running away. I guess he wants his campaign to die a glorious red, white, and blue death on the sands of Iowa Jima.

      1. SorosBot

        But children can openly pray in public schools; the ban on school prayer the fundies keep getting angry over is a ban on schools forcing students to pray, they can pray on their own all they want. The stupid, it burns.

  18. samsuncle

    I don't see a problem here. Underage girls will use the old tried and true method of getting their hands on Plan B just like they get smokes and booze…..get an older kid or one with a fake ID to buy it for them.

  19. SorosBot

    Look, Obama; the evil woman-hating, pleasure-hating zealots of the forced birth movement will not vote for you, they will never vote for you, making a blatantly political move that counters common sense and human decency to appease them is just stupid. You are a Democrat who has acknowledged the basic truth that women have the right to control their own bodies; therefore they hate you and will not vote for you; they will only vote for people who agree with their horrifically evil view that government should force pregnant women to carry the pregnancy to term, restrict all access to birth control, and try and encourage transmission of STDs, because they think that people shouldn't have sex unless they've been through a silly ceremony, and should be punished for simple basic sex. They are purely evil people who will never, ever, ever vote for you; do not appease them.

    1. tessiee

      "You are a Democrat who has acknowledged the basic truth that women have the right to control their own bodies; therefore they hate you and will not vote for you"

      Also, that "urban" thing he's got goin' on.

  20. SpiderCrab

    This pill brouhaha has Barry's fingerprints all over it. Barry, listen-up: Like it or not your teenage daughters are going to sample the wares of the world. Let it go–you're being a fool.

  21. neiltheblaze

    In our sexually repressed, Christopathic society – girls who fuck around are common sluts, whereas boys who fuck around are red blooded American he-men.

    Girls aren't supposed to get horny. It isn't ladylike.

    1. GregComlish

      I recently had a sexual experience with a Christian girl who totally initiated it and then had a Christian freak-out. We talked it out a bit. In her backward recollection, I was the sexual aggressor, although she generously conceded that she was "a little bit attracted to [me]". She wasn't feeling guilty about the encounter because that is what Catholics feel and she is evangelical. And her freak-out wasn't religious it's just that she didn't think sex with me was part of living in accordance with God's grace.

      1. Negropolis

        That sounds hot. well, minus all of the mind-fucking she tried to do to you apart from the actual fucking.

    2. DaRooster

      A gal wrote a basic article about this "understanding" in our school paper in 82… she got in tons of hot water and had to apologize in the next issue…
      Much like most in our society… people didn't actually read the whole thing and try to understand it. They took a couple of key phrases "Boys are Studs and Girls are Whores" and ran with their… confusion… I think that was the first time I realized, "Man, there sure are a bunch of stupid Fucks around here."

  22. Mumbletypeg

    For the first time in the 105-year history of the Food and Drug Administration…

    This is the first time, according to the Senate historian, that a party has blocked…

    Congratulations America. Your Race to the Bottom is replete with "First's" of the highest 'merit,' as in when my mom used to threaten me with "That'll merit you a spanking!"

    Srsly, fuck this abysmal excuse for a country.

    1. bagofmice

      A race to the bottom involving your mom might uhhh, raise some questions. yeah.

      Just uhh, putting that out there.

      Wait, no!

  23. Guppy

    "Republicans, of course, are saying they’re just outraged by the idea of a whole new cabinet agency being set up that’ll be managed by an unelected official who reports only to the President. "

    I dunno, the unelected Secretary of Health and Human Services has worked out pretty well for them.

    At any rate, looking forward to Obamacare getting gutted at the behest of Catholic bishops.

    1. GOPCrusher

      No problem. Under the President Paul Administration, every thing except the Department Of War will be abolished.

  24. hagajim

    Hey teenagers! No Plan B for you – guess y'all better starting working on the oral and anal skills….that'll make Mom and Dad happy.

    1. tessiee

      "guess y'all better starting working on the oral and anal skills…."

      As a college professor of mine used to say, "Virginity only refers to one position anyway".

  25. Maman

    Girls under 17 will just get their mom, sister, cousin, aunt, friend or any high school junior to buy the pill for them. It is not like they make you take the pill in front of the pharmacist.

  26. V572 the Merciless

    Imagine the horrible thing Blago did: he considered the political benefit to himself of making an appointment to an empty Senate seat. No one in the whole history of US America has ever done anything as horrible as that — while the FBI was listening, anyway.

  27. DaRooster

    Hey, what's the record for filibustering?


    And yet I hear (way too often) "Obama isn't doing anything"… freakin' Tards.

  28. BlueStateLibel

    The good news is that our tweens and gradeschoolers can still purchase all the assault weapons and handguns they want, so I'm OK with this.

  29. Biff

    Jesus, life was so much easier 45 years ago when I was a teenager and girls just disappeared for awhile, came back to school the next year saying they'd spent the summer at their aunt's place upstate…

    1. SorosBot

      Ah yes, the glorious days when teenage mothers were not just forced to go through with the pregnancy, but then also forced to put the kid up for adoption whether they wanted to or not. What the anti-choicers don't mention when they promote adoption is that they want to make it mandatory; it's not just the choice to have an abortion they oppose, but the choice to have a baby and raise it yourself.

  30. smitallica

    I call for a Constitutional amendment declaring that anyone who ever wears a phony cowboy-ish belt buckle like Rick is sporting, in public, is immediately disqualified from being President.

  31. chascates

    And Rick Santorum begs for attention:
    Santorum told the group he would cut the food stamp program, describing it as one of the fastest growing programs in Washington, D.C.
    Forty-eight million people are on food stamps in a country with 300-million people, said Santorum.
    “If hunger is a problem in America, then why do we have an obesity problem among the people who we say have a hunger program?” Santorum asked.

    1. Negligently_Joe

      The one thing that angers me more than rhetorically-presented questions that actually have real answers is when those answers are actually really tragic and terrible and the person asking the question as though it's rhetorical is a smug, smirking asshole I already helped kick out of office once.

    2. tessiee

      I personally know exactly one person on food stamps (or rather, one person that has told me about it, but anyway). She has a full-time day job and another job on evenings and weekends. Oh, and if it makes any difference, she's a Size 2. Santorum should be ass-raped by angry wolverines.

  32. natoslug

    In Sebellius' defense, the pill wasn't tested on 11 year old girls, just 12-17 year old girls. And while perfectly safe for the 12-127 year old crowd, it could be dangerous for those slutty 11's. So really, her decision to be a complete twunt is perfectly reasonable in some alternate universe.

  33. ttommyunger

    I'm not going to hyperventilate over this. I simply can't believe that a kid who needs this item can't find a l7 year-old to buy it for them. It is probably a political sop thrown to the rabid Xtian Right, but I can't see much real harm here.

  34. sbj1964

    They first come for the rights of women,and minorities.What will you do when the government comes for you? A women's right to control her reproductive future must not be infringed.

  35. sarjo

    "…could only be sold over the counter to sexually active girls age seventeen and older." =SEXISM!!! Not legal for boys who is doin' it??

  36. fletc3her

    If it's safe for the boys to do it with the girls then there will be fewer for the congress people and college coaches to prey on.

  37. Negropolis

    And for those under the age of seventeen?

    Well, they'll just have to have babies that end up in some abandoned field or in some wilderness area because the young mother's brian isn't fully developed and the dad is also equally stupid an absent to know that you don't respond to the pressure of raising a young child by murdering it.

    You want the truth, don't you? I've heard of far too many murdered babies around where I live, recently, born to teenage kids who didn't have the skills to raise them, and it gets me fuming.

    1. tessiee

      Didn't that actually happen in Romania? They outlawed birth control and abortion, and the end result was many babies who nobody wanted, lying neglected in "orphanages" until they more or less starved to death.

  38. Negropolis

    Support the Troops, indeed. If I ever hear anyone ever say that again as a slap against a liberal or Democrat I'm going to remind them of how a Republican administration "supported the troops." It "supported" them right into a Virginia landfill, is what it did.

    If there is a god, I hope he dumps these fiends into the landfill of history. Forever.

  39. tessiee

    I sez it before, 'n' I'll sez it again: If women can have sex without it ruining their lives, how are they supposed to learn?

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