Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 310327 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 22, 2008, titled Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision. In it, Newsday reports that:

Thousands of abortion opponents marched from the National Mall to the Supreme Court on Tuesday in their annual remembrance of the court's Roe v. Wade decision.

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#281580 Feb 1, 2013
bluestreak returns wrote:
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We may have some measure of respect between us you and I. We have found some common ground between us, and make no mistake, I have enjoyed the dialogue. But know this and know this well: Sassy gave me a hand of friendship and compassion when others relished vilifying me.
Yeah, the Skank is good at that when she thinks she can get something out of it. She's better at tossing you under the bus when you dont act as she wants you to however or if you dare to disagree with her. She's done that a number of times here over the years. I sincerly hope you dont end up with tire tracks on your ass LOL!

S'all good. How's the book coming? I'm honestly interested.

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#281581 Feb 1, 2013
bluestreak returns wrote:
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It's a good show. Really cutting edge comedy.
I'll youtube it tonite! Thanks!

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#281582 Feb 1, 2013
saasssyliciousk wrote:
<quoted text> No proof huh?
SCHEDULED FOR THE NEXT DAY OR THAT WEEK.
Already provided Skanky. You have to actually READ the links AND watch the documentary to realise it however.

You moron.
saasssyliciousk

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#281583 Feb 1, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Yeah, the Skank is good at that when she thinks she can get something out of it. She's better at tossing you under the bus when you dont act as she wants you to however or if you dare to disagree with her. She's done that a number of times here over the years. I sincerly hope you dont end up with tire tracks on your ass LOL!
S'all good. How's the book coming? I'm honestly interested.
Like you did with Sue, pupsy, bigsky, lynne..etc...?

Now lie again and say that you didn't.
Katie

Spanaway, WA

#281584 Feb 1, 2013
saasssyliciousk wrote:
<quoted text>Katie? I just order you a truck load of blueberries.
URwelcome.
See, I own my words. Reread what you just posted and tell me WHERE in that post does it say what foo CLAIMS that I said about I'd "RATHER MY DAUGHTER DIE THAN TO HAVE A LIFE SAVING ABORTION"?.
Now....enjoy the blueberries ;)
"Sweet JM wrote:
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Yes, I would rather my daughter die than to EVER choose abortion as choice. YES!"

"(I'd)'RATHER MY DAUGHTER DIE THAN TO HAVE A LIFE SAVING ABORTION'"

What, iyo, is the difference between the two sentences?

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#281585 Feb 1, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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S'all good. How's the book coming? I'm honestly interested.
Well, which project are we talking? I am branching out with my projects: new ideas come to me, and I try to see what can be expounded upon, and what can be incorporated in a project in progress.

The graphic novel is coming along very well. I am doing the art, as well as the story. If I were to to describe the style, let's say that it's equal parts Miami Vice with Sin City, with just a splash of conspiracy theory.

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#281586 Feb 1, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
<quoted text>I'll youtube it tonite! Thanks!
It is very edgy and fast paced, just a heads-up.

Also, do you watch much Adult Swim on Cartoon Network?

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#281587 Feb 1, 2013
saasssyliciousk wrote:
<quoted text> You've twisted EVERYTHING that she said. You have NO proof to back up your lies.
I didn't twist a thing. I didn't even SAY anything but the fact that she SOLICITED YOUNG GIRLS to email her. I told you where to look at the links.
Helping young confused girls who "don't know what to do or deciding on an abortion"is a noble thing.
Uh no. Soliciting young girls to email her without their parents knowledge or permission is NOT a noble thing. Its predatory. Its also illegal.

Its why she was banned for a time, and stopped doing it after she was reported not ONLY to topix, but to police. I know of at least two people that reported her themselves.

If as a parent if I found out that she was trying to get my underage child to email her, her ass would be UNDER the jail.
She has been through pregnancy and can relate to them. You just hate that she "might" have influenced them to choose life like she did.
Not sure the fetal floaters of hers would consider her "choosing life" to be such a great thing.

Ya moron.

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#281588 Feb 1, 2013
Also, the art is very gritty, yet detailed: I am very inspired by Frank Miller, and yet also by George Perez.

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#281589 Feb 1, 2013
The other projects: a collection of satirical observations on life and the world around us, and I've accumulated so much material, I may need to break that into two volumes. Then there are some ideas for some how-to guides, and some groundwork for a crime novel.

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#281590 Feb 1, 2013
saasssyliciousk wrote:
<quoted text>Like you did with Sue, pupsy, bigsky, lynne..etc...?
Now lie again and say that you didn't.
I never threw anyone under the bus that I've become friends with. Not once.

Shall we discuss how you admiited to using BS'hitter and how you "never trusted him", but thought he was useful while he was posting how you wanted him to post? Or how about how many times you've tossed Knutbar under the bus? Pups? Sue?

Who would these people say threw them under the bus Skanky? It wouldn't be me, that's for sure.

Hey, you did the man a solid. I can appreciate that. I simply told him to watch his back, as I've seen you on these forums literally for YEARS and know how two faced you are.

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#281591 Feb 1, 2013
bluestreak returns wrote:
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Well, which project are we talking? I am branching out with my projects: new ideas come to me, and I try to see what can be expounded upon, and what can be incorporated in a project in progress.
The graphic novel is coming along very well. I am doing the art, as well as the story. If I were to to describe the style, let's say that it's equal parts Miami Vice with Sin City, with just a splash of conspiracy theory.
ROFLMAO SO Sin City meets Da Vinci Code?

Yeah, it was the graphic we were talking about. You seemed to have a strong feel for good satire as well, and I can see that totally fitting into something like that. Are you a fan of Watchman, Frank Miller? Or "Death: The High Cost Of Living" by Gaiman? Two of my faves!

Did you ever pick up Good Omens by Neil Gaimen and Terry Pratchett? I guarantee you'll appreciate them!

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#281592 Feb 1, 2013
bluestreak returns wrote:
Also, the art is very gritty, yet detailed: I am very inspired by Frank Miller, and yet also by George Perez.
LOL I should have read ahead.

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#281593 Feb 1, 2013
bluestreak returns wrote:
The other projects: a collection of satirical observations on life and the world around us, and I've accumulated so much material, I may need to break that into two volumes. Then there are some ideas for some how-to guides, and some groundwork for a crime novel.
Have you ever read Stephen King's book on writing? Its called "On Writing". I can't recommend it highly enough.

Its funny, you just had me reflecting on knowing Steve Geppi, the owner of Diamond comic distributors. As a kid, I would ride my bike to his first store. LOL It was this horrible little hole in the wall under a TV repair shop in a basment. But it was COOL! He wasn't that much older than I was, and I followed him to all of his shops, and worked for him briefly before going into the army, then getting into books later on. It was cool to grow up in the so called "silver age" of comics, when guys like Geppi and some of the great artists were just getting started. I kept enough of those old books to make some really good money - Steve taught me how to collect. I only wish I'd have paid MORE attention when I was 14 -17 <<grin>>

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#281594 Feb 1, 2013
Katie wrote:
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"Sweet JM wrote:
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Yes, I would rather my daughter die than to EVER choose abortion as choice. YES!"
"(I'd)'RATHER MY DAUGHTER DIE THAN TO HAVE A LIFE SAVING ABORTION'"
What, iyo, is the difference between the two sentences?
Especailly when I mentioned SPECIFIALLY "life saving abortion" in my question.@@

She's desperate.

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#281595 Feb 1, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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ROFLMAO SO Sin City meets Da Vinci Code?
Yeah, it was the graphic we were talking about. You seemed to have a strong feel for good satire as well, and I can see that totally fitting into something like that. Are you a fan of Watchman, Frank Miller? Or "Death: The High Cost Of Living" by Gaiman? Two of my faves!
Did you ever pick up Good Omens by Neil Gaimen and Terry Pratchett? I guarantee you'll appreciate them!
Um, I'd say, Sin City, Miami Vice, and then, take certain rumored conspiracies supposedly hatched by the government, and caught up in the mix, a character I'd created many years ago who, I admit, has evolved before I ever sat down and began committing to bringing him to life. He's more of an antihero, not the "man in the white hat" kinda guy.

Watchmen I liked. Some Gaiman I like, the Sandman series.

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#281596 Feb 1, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Have you ever read Stephen King's book on writing? Its called "On Writing". I can't recommend it highly enough.
I'd taken some pointers from one Jim Shooter, who I understand was the former EIC at Marvel: he'd offered a comics writing seminar at a comic con I went to. I was in the presence of greatness, let me tell ya! I also had taken many courses in creative writing in college, as well as follow Chuck Dixon's writings on the subject.

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#281597 Feb 1, 2013
Anyway, you'd asked about the graphic novel: one of the backup features will be an extensive gallery of art featuring the characters, solo, posed or in action. And I do mean extensive.
Guppy

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#281598 Feb 1, 2013
The gays are out in full force tonight.

Sweet.

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#281600 Feb 1, 2013
bluestreak returns wrote:
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I'd taken some pointers from one Jim Shooter, who I understand was the former EIC at Marvel: he'd offered a comics writing seminar at a comic con I went to. I was in the presence of greatness, let me tell ya! I also had taken many courses in creative writing in college, as well as follow Chuck Dixon's writings on the subject.
OMG I would have LOVED to have been there for that! The closest I came to comic greatness was meeting Stan "THE MAN" Lee at a book show years ago. What a great guy!

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