04/24/08 04:26 - ID#44127
This was a story I found about a guy who carried his twin in his stomach for almost forty years:
(I never knew something like that could happen as well).
04/01/08 07:35 - ID#43866
interesting story from NPR
02/28/08 04:22 - ID#43500
That does not seem like a good thing for the most part, on many levels.
Oh, and I agree with you (e:metalpeter) about "Across the Universe". I love that movie, and thought the music and the visuals for it was awesome. They should have nominated songs from it, but I think it had to be an original song.
02/25/08 10:34 - ID#43452
primaries and oscars
I actually watched the Oscars last night while I worked on some school stuff. It wasn't bad. I mostly wanted to see it because Jon Stewart was hosting the show. The Oscar Orchestra is annoying, though. I hate how they cut into people's speeches.
I think the primaries have been the real entertainment this year. It's been the most interesting primary season that I've seen in my lifetime (granted, I was born in 1982).
02/13/08 09:20 - ID#43317
a freeby divorce giveaway
Because nothing says "I love you" like a divorce contest. Anyway, I hope all of you will have a nice Valentine's Day. I realize the contrived nature of the holiday, but I guess I still have a soft spot for it. I'm not really doing anything special tomorrow, but hopefully, Aaron may be able to come up on Sunday for a visit.
01/22/08 04:33 - ID#42986
roe vs. wade
I'm back in Albany. I start work tommorow, and class on thursday. I'm looking forward to it. I've been feeling blue lately about having to leave my family and friends back home. I also miss Buffalo. I've been feeling pretty homesick. I am thinking about going to see Ani Difranco in concert this week, as she is playing downtown. I probably shouldn't go because I shouldn't spend the money on the ticket. On the other hand, she's one of my favorite musicians, and I always wanted to see her a second time (I saw her back in 2002).
Today is the 35th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. I was reading about how abortion rates have been decreasing:
I'm pro-choice, but I've always felt uneasy about the fact that I am pro-choice. I feel as though I should not have the right to tell another woman what to do with her body, especially when I've never walked through her shoes. Had my life turned out differently in certain points, I might have made the choice to terminate a pregnancy. I never became pregnant, but I've become aware of how quick your life can become permanently changed from another person's actions.
But I also feel uncomfortable about abortion, because I do feel that there is a developing human life that is lost when someone has an abortion. I always feel that whatever position I look at the issue from, I'm a little bit in the wrong. So hopefully, my views here aren't too offensive to anyone on here.
12/03/07 09:35 - ID#42386
least dangerous drunk study
I'm not really sure about their methodology, but I did find it kind of interesting, to say the least.
10/06/07 11:42 - ID#41516
pirate treasure found in Cape Cod
09/27/07 01:14 - ID#41358
anti-democracy crackdown in Burma
I guess not much in the news is shocking anymore, but it chilled my spine to think of soldiers going into temples and beating/killing monks.
07/03/07 03:47 - ID#39897
i don't know why
I also don't understand why people would start campaigns to impeach Bush (well, I understand why they would...). Look who would take over if Bush had to leave office. Would you rather replace him for Cheney?
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