“You cannot tell if a woman has ever sex, it doesn't change us at all. As for a hymen, most are broke early on in life through normal activities, I for one broke mine when I was about 8 riding a bike. You can only tell if there is trauma from really rough sex, like a recent rape. The fact people are liking this shows too many people are ignorant to our anatomy. Like men who need to show their newly acquired wife is a virgin by her bleeding, how many women who were virgins were falsely accused of not being one due to ignorance?”
“They clearly look like extensions. The blonde color doesn't match her actual layered hair on top and it isn't like an ombre, it is the flat blonde of died extensions. You can see her actual length by her neck too, since that hair is short and darker. I am not a fan of extensions overall, but well blended extensions can look really good.”
“My mother is a NP at a health dept and she has said this for years. Teens and younger men who have smoked large amounts for years have a fatty nipple appearance. A large portion of her patients smoked weed and when she saw the "fatty,pointed" nipples, that was one of the first questions she asked and they all came back saying they were heavy marijuana users. I am sure there is some causation. It is just like every drug though, how much, how long and the person's body depends on the results seen.
Just because it didn't happen to you, doesn't mean it doesn't happen.”
Katalina Antoine Morgan on Dec 6, 2013 at 12:10:01
“It's total bull. I studied psychopharmacology, and there is not enough evidence to suggest it's true. My professor said it's just funny propaganda. Pretty much, men get man-boobs whether they smoke pot or not. Simply put, there is no higher occurrence of moobs in pot smokers than non-pot smokers. It has to do with lack of exercise & lack of healthy diet. It's fat...and when men gain weight, they get moobs regardless if they smoke MJ.”
JohnThomas on Dec 6, 2013 at 04:19:47
“Anecdotal information carries little weight for various good reasons. Some could just be making it all up, or, since they are not scientists, they misinterpret events they witness, etc.
There is no science in the article above - only one plastic surgeon's opinions. This is just an old wives tale heard as early as the seventies. It was probably started by rabid prohibitionist, statistics-distorting NIDA.”
“Too funny! He probably didn't think they would get that scared. My 5 year old can handle more than that and I could as well when I was younger. However, my 8 year old scares easily. Every child is different, give the guy a break. Halloween is about a trick or treat and he was giving our a good old fashion scare. Nothing wrong with it and I am sure the kids were fine in like a minute.”
“As an educator, I am disgusted that some administrators are so simple minded, that they think everything is black and white. They do this to give a false sense of security to the sheeple. However, it just pisses the rest of us off. My 8 year old talks about zombies and ninjas. he draws pictures of dragons setting castles on fire and knights dying, so he is now violent? Not in the least, he is actually very sweet, but also very creative!”
resquedog on Nov 5, 2013 at 05:41:17
“It's all the kids see because that's all Hollywood produces, evil themed films oozing with blood, gore and violence.”
“You are correct. I have taught for four universities and attended six and the marching band usually doesn't receive scholarships. I was in the orchestra and I received $500 a term, but my tuition was about $9,000 a term. Yeah, didn't help much at all and took up a lot of my time.”
“Why do people assume it was automatically his upbringing? Sometimes evil is just pure evil.”
svwalker on Sep 25, 2013 at 19:05:31
“If this were a minority, people would be labeling entire communities and blaming an entire group. Some family did raise this person, with values and rearing practices do have impact upon how persons are socialized and develop who they are as a person. People do not grow up in a vacuum.”
“I think most people are aware of this syndrome, but it doesn't mean we will ever understand why a person would do this. Yes, it is mental illness, just like being a serial killer or a pedophile, but it is still evil and they deserve to be locked up.”
“Oh, goodness. This brought tears to my eyes. Such a monster, telling her child he was going to see his dead grandmother. I can barely hold back the tears. He looks like my middle son a little, I just see my precious 5 year old being subjected to this abuse and I can only imagine what the father is feeling. I hope that this boy regains his strength and health. I hope justice will be served!”
“Hit fav instead of reply by accident :/ If you look at statistics, even from a few decades ago, crime on children has actually decreased. We are just more aware, people were naïve of the danger among them. The 80's were actually really high for kidnapping.
Here is some info as well:
From Crimes Against Children Research Center
(based on U.S. Dept. of Justice numbers):
Crime has been going down since the 1990s:
All U.S. homicides: Down 40% 1992 -2005.
Juvenile homicide: Down 36% 1993 – 2005 (kids under age 14)
Juvenile homicide: Down 60% 1993 – 2005 (age 14 – 17)
Forcible rape: Down 28% 1992 – 2006
Sex Abuse Substantiations of Children, 1990 – 2005: Down 51%
Physical Abuse Substantiations of Children, 1990 – 2005: Down 46%
Juvenile Sex victimization trends, 1993 – 2003: Down 79%
“I don't know about the stats but it seems to me that there is a lack of impulse control in so many people now, across the board. People who kill someone who cuts them off in traffic, people who cannot handle the responsibilities of children, it goes on and on. I don't know what the answer is but I have wondered that since we have become a society that medicates every feeling that we have instead of learning how to cope, is that possibly a contributor to all this?”
David Chaffee on Sep 12, 2013 at 07:54:28
“"Your safest bet is to leave your child with a stranger."
Someone who doesn’t understand basic math and statistics would find this very interesting. If you break down the total time a child spends with each subgroup of people 99% of their life is spent with family and friends while likely less than 1% is exposer to a stranger (and that is being extremely generous).
1% exposer with a 3% crime rate means that in a 24 hour period exposed only to random strangers a child would almost be guaranteed to be a victim of a crime.”
“I think it is okay for a store to want their employees to cater to a certain look. I have worked retail and if they told me no religious items, I would be perfectly fine with that and agree with anyone being fired for violating their policy.
However, this wasn't about religion, but about a certain look. That is what people are missing. I follow a strict dress code at my school, that is life. If I don't like it, I can quit or I will be fired for violating it. It is as simple as that. They want public teachers to dress a certain way and I must follow their guidelines to keep my job.”