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This is no safe-space, snowflake.
 #128168  by joecaca
 Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:01 am
The Nazis' ideas about eugenics said that many different groups of people were "inferior" or "unworthy of life." These included:

Jewish people
Roma people (Gypsies)
People with mental and physical disabilities
These included people with epilepsy, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, deafness, and blindness
People who disagreed with the Nazis' political beliefs (like communists and socialists)
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people
People who could not work
Slavic people
Black people
Criminals
Incels
Neckbeards
 #128169  by george_michaeI
 Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:19 am
I never said anything about abusing or killing anyone. This is a simple matter of whether you want your offspring to have better genetics or you want to take the risk of them being a crippled retard.
 #128171  by joecaca
 Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:23 am
george_michaeI wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:19 am
I never said anything about abusing or killing anyone. This is a simple matter of whether you want your offspring to have better genetics or you want to take the risk of them being a crippled retard.
Jeez I’m trolling. We already do some of that with prenatal imagery and testing. Most typical example is risk calculation for Down Syndrome doe.
 #128174  by george_michaeI
 Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:31 am
joecaca wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:23 am
george_michaeI wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:19 am
I never said anything about abusing or killing anyone. This is a simple matter of whether you want your offspring to have better genetics or you want to take the risk of them being a crippled retard.
Jeez I’m trolling. We already do some of that with prenatal imagery and testing. Most typical example is risk calculation for Down Syndrome doe.
I don't think we are doing enough. I know we are still limited as to what we can exactly do but I'm looking forward to reversing the effects of down syndrome while the subject is still in its embryo stages. Also a few tinkering to ensure the best possible healthy life even immune to the common cold and flu. You would think we have that kind of technology by now but maybe its still being kept secret. Who knows for sure how long we can increase the human life span...

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george_michaeI wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:31 am
joecaca wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:23 am
george_michaeI wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:19 am
I never said anything about abusing or killing anyone. This is a simple matter of whether you want your offspring to have better genetics or you want to take the risk of them being a crippled retard.
Jeez I’m trolling. We already do some of that with prenatal imagery and testing. Most typical example is risk calculation for Down Syndrome doe.
I don't think we are doing enough. I know we are still limited as to what we can exactly do but I'm looking forward to reversing the effects of down syndrome while the subject is still in its embryo stages. Also a few tinkering to ensure the best possible healthy life even immune to the common cold and flu. You would think we have that kind of technology by now but maybe its still being kept secret. Who knows for sure how long we can increase the human life span...
All I know is that the flesh is weak and susceptible to mostly everything. If we don't do something to strengthen our core structure then I think we are facing mass extinction from our our waste and consumption.
 #128180  by Demeter
 Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:08 pm
My mom just gave my brother an eviction notice because he was honest to the police and defended me.

Maybe I should have pressed charges.
 #128181  by Tim_Kerr
 Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:31 pm
Paul Blart lives in West Orange, New Jersey with his teenage daughter, Maya, and elderly mother, Margaret. Aspiring to join the New Jersey State Police, he trains at the police academy, but his hypoglycemic medical condition causes him to collapse, therefore failing the exam. To shape things up for his career, Blart works as a security guard at the West Orange Pavilion Mall.

Blart patrols the mall on a Segway to assure that things are safe and clean. He goes to the surveillance room and trains Veck Simms, who is new but uninterested on the job. Meanwhile, Blart eventually becomes acquainted with Amy Anderson, the vendor of a new kiosk. He meets her one evening at a party at Joe's American Bar and Grill with other mall employees. Things initially go well, but Blart is sidetracked when he decides to participate in a nacho-eating contest with his friend Leon. The hot and spicy salsa is more than Blart can handle, and he begins chugging down several alcoholic beverages causing him to become excessively drunk and incoherent. He ruins the party and makes a wild exit by falling through a window.

Two days later, on the night of Black Friday, an organized gang of thugs disguised as Santa's Village employees begin what appears to be a bank heist inside the mall. They take Amy and other customers in the bank hostage. Simms is revealed as the gang's leader – his mall security job was a ploy to gather intelligence. They are keeping the hostages as insurance for the gang's escape. The crew forces shoppers to exit the mall and strategically places motion sensors around each entrance to detect any attempt to enter or exit the building.
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 #128188  by happysock
 Thu Aug 23, 2018 4:20 pm
Demeter wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:08 pm
My mom just gave my brother an eviction notice because he was honest to the police and defended me.

Maybe I should have pressed charges.
Wait what? :|
 #130830  by Demeter
 Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:24 pm
I got pretty upset tonight. I was cleaning the bathroom and had the door shut, and I don't think my niece realized I was in there, and I started hearing her yelling at her 2 year old brother, and then I heard a *SMACK* and I burst through the door as he started crying. My sister came downstairs at the same time and asked if she hit him, so I decided to go back to cleaning since it seemed like my sister was taking care of it, but then my niece had the nerve to LIE and say that that noise was from the door when I opened it. I opened the door back up and said, "Don't lie, _____, that noise had nothing to do with the door. I'm really upset that you hit him." And she looks straight at me and doesn't flinch. This is the same little girl who acts like an angel most of the time when she's with me and we have lots of fun together. But now I'm wondering if she's a sociopath. I'm not sure if she felt guilty at all - I think she might have just been upset that she got caught. Then her mom took them all to the pool. I wouldn't have taken them after something like that happened but I guess my sister doesn't care because after all, she slaps her kids too so how can she complain when she's the one who taught it to her?

I still can't believe she did that and to top it off lied the way she did. I hate that it seems like all of my sister's kids who are old enough to have developed personalities are ending up just like her. Manipulative and sadistic. No remorse for lying or violence at all. It might be hard to look at my niece the same way after this.
 #130831  by Tim_Kerr
 Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:40 pm
that's nuts... If I ever have kids I would teach them that lying is not allowed and punish them when they get caught in a lie.... but what do I know. :(
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