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  1. Since I already have two ice dragons, I'm hoping someone will take this one off my hands. It is inbred.


    PM me if you are interested. Not looking for anything special, I just want something I don't have that many of on my scroll. laugh.gif


    I'm mostly looking for people who only need the ice dragon to complete their trio, or start it. And someone who is willing to raise it and love it (or at least name it). rolleyes.gif


    The ice egg has been given away, so thank you to that person who PMed me. wub.gif

    Thank you, I got the eggie. biggrin.gif

  2. I need help for my English project... does anyone know of a study on homosexuality being genetic? All I'm finding on google are news articles, and I'd rather have the actual study.

    You may find this useful: http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id...genetic&f=false

    I don't know if you've seen it already, but it provides some good information. There's also a segment in the documentary, "For The Bible Tells Me So" that explains some of the studies scientists have done.

  3. New dragons












    Question- I have quite a few Albinos, Terraes, and Stones on my scroll, but they are all from before the addition of these breeds to the commons list. Do they still count, or do these breeds only count if they were caught after the date they were added?

  4. Oops, missed that *sheepish look* Nvm, must stalk keep an eye out for when that opens again, haha~


    In other news, finally this quote from Silence In The Library is complete! *victory pump* I'll open a 5-spot list, if anyone's interested? xd.png


    And stagazer's purple gift has gendered male without any influence, lol~ IT IS FATE

    I'd like a spot, please! biggrin.gif

  5. Since you got Tom Baker, I suppose we're even, but he's always been my favorite Doctor. I am a little green, too. I did get a surprise when my son told me a couple of days ago that he think the Tom Baker episodes are still the best! I guess I did something right in raising my son! biggrin.gif


    I also picked up the name, Mark Strickson.

    biggrin.gif nice catch

    I'm assuming somebody already got Vislor Turlough haha. I must admit that the old doctors I don't watch too much of, except for Tom Baker. I know 9-11 (and 8 too I guess) more than I know 1-3 or 6-7. But Tom Baker and his scarf definitely got my attention. tongue.gif

  6. I don't really have any strong religious beliefs. My mother was raised to be a Catholic, but grew up feeling that she didn't really belong. My father was raised as a Jew and is now still a bit Jewish, but we both consider him to be half Buddhist. tongue.gif

    I know that I believe in evolution and scientific theories over religious theories any day. I'm not exactly sure if I believe in God quite yet, and if I had to pick my "favorite" religion I'd say Buddhism. But who knows? I may end up being atheist, which is fine with me. smile.gif

  7. Heterosexual. I've honestly never had any physical attraction to a person, but I'm still young, so I wouldn't consider myself asexual quite yet. Never had a relationship either...

    However I am quite sure that I'm at least a heteroromantic, as I've never fantasized about anyone but the opposite gender. But I'm totally cool with the LGBT community and I hate how there's so much discrimination, especially where I live. sad.gif

  8. I noticed that one of the biggest arguments out there is whether or not the government has the right to legalize gay marriage because marriage is a religious ceremony. However, I would have to disagree with this argument completely and say that marriage is indeed secular. You can have a religious church wedding, but in the eyes of the law it will mean absolutely nothing if there are no legal marriage documents signed. You can also be legally married without going through a true religious ceremony. Also, let's flip this around: if government doesn't have the right to legalize gay marriage, then how do they have the right to make it illegal?

    Also, to those of you who have participated in any of the rallies and protests, some of those signs are pretty awesome. http://politicalhumor.about.com/od/gaymarr...-Gay-People.htm


  9. Apologies for the drive-by linking. But I've been harassing my sister, who is a registered Republican, about Santorum for awhile. Needless to say, she and her husband are rather horrified about the current state of the primaries. But, they still want to vote Republican or not at all. That's a big part of the problem here. It's very similar to what happened with Prohibition. An extremist group got their candidates into the primaries and won them, because not so many people vote. Then everyone else votes straight party ticket. And bam, you get something completely crazy, like Prohibition. The same thing is playing out now with abortion, birth control, health care, immigration. And there does seem to be a correlation about how all this is happening at once.


    I also think it's important for people to understand that this anti-abortion legislation does NOT just affect abortion. It's affecting health care, education, insurance, privacy laws.


    Also, don't try too hard to make this into a men vrs women issue. It's not. It's a Evangelical/Catholic vrs Not issue. There are plenty of men that are happy to see their ladies get good health care.


    Anyways, the email and links.


    First link deals with ALEC. Apparently it's an elite conservative organization that is 40 years old, that specializes in writing legislation for state to pass. Which seems to be where a lot of these bills are coming from. They are similar because the same group wrote them.

    Who and What is ALEC?


    One of the more worrying Anti-Abortion bills. I remember the clinic shootings when I was in school. It was ugly.

    Tennessee's Bill

    From the article:

    "The Life Defense Act of 2012, sponsored by state Rep. Matthew Hill (R-Jonesboro), mandates that the Tennessee Department of Health make detailed demographic information about every woman who has an abortion available to the public, including her age, race, county, marital status, education level, number of children, the location of the procedure and how many times she has been pregnant. Each report would also have to include the name of the doctor who performed the procedure."


    Georgia's Bill that would require a women to carry a dead baby to term because, Cows and Pigs have to do that.

    Georgia's Bill


    Arizona's bill that would require a woman seeking birth control to provide detailed medical information to her employer. The same bill repeals a law making it illegal for an employer to fire a woman for taking birth control. Yes, this includes married women.

    Arizona's Bill


    Idaho's Bill, which does not include an exemption for victims of rape and incest. The lawmaker pushing the bill is concerned women will lie about being raped and use that as an excuse to get an abortion.

    Idaho's Bill


    New Hampshire's Bill that forces Doctor's to hand out information that is not medically sound, IE linking abortion to breast cancer

    New Hampshire's Bill


    Pennsylvania's Bill requiring a transvaginal ultrasound: The lawmaker explains that if women don't like it, "they should just close their eyes".

    Pennsylvania's Bill


    Wisconson's legislature, speaks about being against divorce in all cases, even spousal abuse.

    Wisconsin Foolishness

    And his colleague has a bill in the running to make being a Single Parent a cause of child abuse.

    Wisconsin Part Deux

    I included these bits about Wisconsin because I think it shows how... freakish these bills are. On the one hand, we've got a group moving against birth control and abortion. And at the same time, they want to stigmatize, if not criminalize, single mothers and divorce.


    Explanation over the current partisan divide over renewing the Violence Against Women Act. A bill that never had a partisan divide before.



    Did I even mention Texas robbing 70 million out of it's women's health funding? Then losing all their federal funding?


    And Romney has been very clear, he will kill all funding to Planned Parenthood. So there is more of that to come.

    Romney, vote for the other guy



    There is a plan for a nationwide rally against the current crop of laws. Much like the Million Mom March. The organizing is at http://www.wearewomenmarch.net/


    And just for fun, Rick Santorum. What's horrifying is how high this man is in the polls.

    Who cares about unemployment?

    Rick doesn't care about unemployment. Because he feels it's more important to combat porn and make that illegal. That does rather follow the current crop of bills doesn't it? I'd say he's the most honest candidate on the trail.

    Rick Vrs Porn


    I suspect that's more reading than most want to do. Just remember, voting in local elections is important! This includes primaries!

    Register to Vote!


    Voter registration link provided by http://www.lwv.org/


    Banners about the march can also be found here:


    If only I were old enough to vote...

    *runs off to email contacts who are 18+*

  10. John Smith. :3

    It's so preeeety.

    Do you happen to watch Doctor Who? (if not please ignore this, as it probably seems very odd and random)

    And I tried the seed and it is very pretty. smile.gif