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A Golden night
Mon Jan 17, 2011
I didn't watch it myself, but from what I gather it was a snarky play on the tradition of acceptance speeches from Hollywood to athletes: thank your mentor, thank your parents, thank god. If you think religion has no standing in an award show, politely ask about a third of the actors alive to leave …
Should women be allowed to serve in military combat roles?
Fri Jan 14, 2011
I've known women with more than enough balls to be a soldier. You can shoot, you can carry your weight, you can save lives.
Vote: Weigh in on Palin's reaction
Wed Jan 12, 2011
When every other sentence you speak is a gun metaphor meant to make your base aggressive, you aren't helping.
Should fluoride be removed from drinking water supplies?
Fri Jan 7, 2011
As someone who doesn't brush nearly as often as I know I should, but regularly drinks tap water, hooray for fluoridation.
U.S. cautions people named in cable leaks
Fri Jan 7, 2011
I'm pretty sure it's the group that randomly kills civilians in order to instill terror in a populace to deter actions they don't like. Whatever you might say about the U.S. Military, we don't bomb schoolbuildings and hospitals to lure out the Taliban. And for the record, we have one war based on li …
Do you think "The Cape" can succeed without a comic-book predecessor?
Thu Jan 6, 2011
Why will this show do better than you expect? Because of this paragraph right here: "The most notable and endearing quality of 'The Cape' is how much it unabashedly embraces all the comic-book-genre conventions that 'Smallville' spent many years avoiding," said Entertainment Weekly senior writer Jef …
For teens, 'tanorexia' starts with Mom
Wed Jan 5, 2011
From the Cancer Council of Western Australia "There is no evidence that use of sunscreens increases the risk of skin cancer or causes Vitamin D deficiency.[9, 10] Meanwhile, there is definite evidence that sun exposure increases the risk of skin cancer. Solar radiation is classified as a known huma …
Online health info popular but often unchecked
Tue Jan 4, 2011
People on the internet always assume that since they have vast reams of raw information on a topic, that immediately makes them an Expert in that field. The guy who spent three hours bouncing around specialty sites on how the Medical Industry and Big Pharma are after your precious fluids shouldn't b …
Boy, 4, drowns in manure pit on central Pa. farm
Sun Jan 2, 2011
James, I can't tell if you're a troll or just a douche. You turn a story about the tragic death of a child into a rant on something entirely unrelated? On-topic anyway, this has got to be one of the most terrible ways to die - drowning in a sea of half-frozen manure.
N. Korea warns war will bring 'nuclear holocaust'
Sat Jan 1, 2011
It's been a while since the U.S. has had a war where we can feel completely secure that we're the good guys in the fight. As long as we exhaust diplomatic options and are not the aggressors, few will deny our treaty obligation to assist the South. Here's the best possible order of events - Let North …
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Do you think vaccines are related to autism?
No. There is no scientific evidence the two things are related.
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