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    • cobainfan69
    • Posted November 4, 2010 at 9:49 am
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    I thought aborted fetuses were just thrown out; aren’t they just ‘medical waste’?

  1. They are, cobainfan69– “just medical waste,” in the minds of liberals. No good liberal would ever dream of dignifying an aborted baby with a burial ceremony. My cemetery in this drawing is intended as a poetic reminder of the de facto issue involved– i.e., corpses.

    • Steve
    • Posted November 4, 2010 at 11:30 am
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    Sure – just as if you are killed for the convenience of others, your unclaimed corpse is considered “medical waste” and probably incinerated.

    With between 52 – 53 million unborn babies killed (to date) since Roe Vs. Wade, calling them “fetuses” helps being dismissive of what you are actually describing.

    The abortion industry – which makes massive profit margins on each baby killed,… guess who they near-unilaterally donate to?
    [ Obama, Kerry, Gore, Clinton, Dukakis, Mondale, Carter… ]

    – numbers reported by the Guttmacher Institute 1973-2005,
    with estimates of 1,206,200 for 2006-2009

    • cobainfan69
    • Posted November 4, 2010 at 1:19 pm
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    “Sure – just as if you are killed for the convenience of others, your unclaimed corpse is considered “medical waste” and probably incinerated.”

    Never heard of mob hits described like that. Usually I hear terms more along the line of “fish food” or “used carpets”.

    • geeknerd
    • Posted November 5, 2010 at 10:07 am
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    Whoever said, “If God exists, everything is possible; if God doesn’t exist, everything is premitted; even cannibalism,” had no idea what people would do with aborted babies.

    Harvesting stem cells from aborted babies is to cannibalism what veal is to beef.

    • cobainfan69
    • Posted November 5, 2010 at 10:57 am
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    “Harvesting stem cells from aborted babies is to cannibalism what veal is to beef.”

    So humans consuming the flesh of other humans is on the same immoral level as humans consuming the flesh of cows? No, sorry I mis-interpreted that… Stem cell harvesting is just as immoral as humans consuming human flesh, since you’re essentially desecrating the flesh of a younger human.

    I guess I could agree with that sentiment, but there’s been more promising results that have been made from alternative stem cell treatments that don’t require the destruction of human fetuses.

    • cobainfan69
    • Posted November 5, 2010 at 10:58 am
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    Also, geeknerd, that quotation is a paraphrased statement from a fictional character created by Fyodor Dostoyevsky — though I’ve never heard the ‘cannibalism’ addendum before.

    • geeknerd
    • Posted November 5, 2010 at 7:00 pm
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    cobainfan69:

    I have no moral objection to eating beef, or to eating veal (which is the biblical fatted calf, after all).

    I was not equating beef with cannibalism, or veal with abortion; I was equating relationships between beef anbd veal, and between cannibalism and embryonic stem cell harvesting.

    It’s similar to many IQ test questions, such as

    Pony is to horse what duck is to …
    a) tractor
    b) chicken
    c) goose
    d) pig

    The correct answer is of course c) goose.

    • geeknerd
    • Posted November 5, 2010 at 7:08 pm
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    As to your post name, Kurt Cobain had the adolescent boy’s fantasy. He could play his music as loud as he wanted; do as much drugs and as many chicks as he wanted, trash hotel rooms and rented houses to his heart’s content, didn’t have to go to school or work, and didn’t have his parents telling him what to do.

    The only reason I could find for his suicide is in the lyrics of his music. Some of his songs were such downers as to make Sartre shout, “Cheer up, already!”

  2. geeknerd, I had gotten your earlier point right off the bat. Ditto the duck = goose analog. I like comments that make me feel smart…

    cobainfan69: Thanks for the Dostoevsky reference, my blog needs all the class it can get. And don’t you sorta think he meant to include cannabalism, but was too distracted at the time of writing by gambling debts or something?

  3. Steve– good point, about “calling them fetuses helps being dismissive of what you are actually describing.” I’ve always wondered about how a couple lovingly refers to their unborn child– always– as a baby, yet if they were to decide to abort, suddenly with the kind of presto-change-o magic of a Houdini the child is metaphysically transformed into something as valueless as a toenail clipping, to be discarded with about as much sanctity as taking out the trash.

  4. 14cv88– love the moniker, what is that some fragment form a forgotten algebra problem? And yeah, Obongo’s pro-abort stand is a hate crime, but maybe even more black-on-black than black-on-white, no? The abortion industry I know has snuffed out an incalculably large number of black lives.

    • Steve
    • Posted November 5, 2010 at 8:33 pm
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    About Cobains ‘noble’ exit from this world…
    ‘Self-inflicted contact perforating shotgun wound to the head, via the mouth.’
    — Certificate of Death, April 14, 1994

    Any of you ever see what this type of suicide looks like?… hmm?

    I have seen the raw 8×10 crime scene color-glossy photos… in all their graphic detail. Chunks & shreds of bone, tissue & hair every which way… blood spray all about…
    I have spoken to folks who have been to these incidents. Even when the event is still ‘fresh’, they say there is a ghastly odor.
    It really is damn rude and inconsiderate for someone to make such a mess of themselves.

  5. Steve, a fascinating point: the rudeness of certain modes of suicide. I say if you’re gonna off yourself at least have some consideration. I direct that especially to the liberals among us in the wake of the mid-term elections.

  6. When you spell it all out like that geeknerd it does make one almost irritated that Cobain, given every imaginable gift on earth, could not find his way out of unbearable depression. A Bergman film is like Laurel & Hardy compared to his state of mind.

    • Manny
    • Posted November 6, 2010 at 10:11 pm
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    “14cv88– love the moniker, what is that some fragment form a forgotten algebra problem?” Nope. It’s White Supremacism.

    [………..]

    Submissions from this name (14cv88) were removed due to this likely association, and the use of a false return e-mail address.
    Rafe Covington
    Moderator, Diversity Lane
    rafe.covington@yahoo.com

  7. Love your site man keep up the good work


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