While forced sterilization seems akin to Nazi policy, I do believe that there are huge numbers of Americans who stupidly and recklessly pass on serious illnesses, deformities, and genetics to their children that humans would breed out of any animal by not letting those . All this does is increase medical costs to all of us by a significant amount, and further undermine the human race as a whole. If people cannot practice some common sense and discretion about reproduction, maybe it makes sense for someone else to make that choice for them?.
Congratulations to Vladimir Putin for putting this administration in its place. Is not to be the policeman or savior of the world forcing and imposing democracy on the planet and in doing so, leave them in worse shape than when we went in. The progressive liberal idiots deserve the mess they created.
Maybe a non mtx path is possible, I really don think it the down fall of the game though. It treated like the virus that going to purge the game from history but I just don see it happening but time will tell. If they focus soley on this then yea, it won be good.
Have you ever seen the El Mariachi trilogy? The first movie is supposed to be what really happens and it actually pretty grounded (a regular looking Mariachi gets revenge on some drug dealers for killing his girlfriend, he has a reasonable number of guns in his guitar case.) The two sequels are the myths that people told about that first movie, but didn really happen. (A Mariachi that looks like Antonio Banderas uses machine guns, pistols and a rocket launcher to kill his evil brother and stop a military coup from fucking up Mexico. Also his girlfriend gets upgraded to Selma Hayek.).
The position I in at the moment which is a youth homelessness program funded by federal government and run by a non government organisation (think big broad charity organisation) did not actually even need me to have a social work degree. I could have got by with a cert in youth work. I think it did benefit me having the degree though..
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileWhen a veterinarian told Nancy Gates that her dog, Arabella, had heart problems, needed surgery and it would cost $500, she had no choice but to put her pet down.”It was pretty straightforward because I had four young children to feed. The vet said surgery was my only option. I did not want my dog to suffer,” she said.While most pet owners, 62 per cent, would likely get vet care if the bill was $500, the percentage drops below half when the cost hits $1,000.