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2 points

No, I think all students should be allowed to have something as simple as Ibuprofen with them, but I think that it would be ridiculous to treat it as a "special privilege" for "athletes"

1 point

Well it may be ridiculous but the question is one OR the other. In order to conserve some space I might as well put mine here. If reproduction was possible regardless of the circumstance I believe that men would more likely have less difficulty in this scenario, as they, at least in my experience, have an easier time getting along with each other, especially without women involved (interest leads to competition etc.) Regardless, I think that both scenarios would likely lead to many social problems, and even if reproduction were possible most men would still have an interest in the non-unobtainable opposite sex.

3 points

If you know nothing about your candidates then you dont deserve to vote.

0 points

No, its his jet.

1 point

Nope, he is a very intelligent man, even if you disagree with his policies.

1 point

Nothing really, I mean, some people are against embryonic stem cell research because of their beliefs, and I respect that, but I don't think that they should be dictating the well-being of many in our society just because of the beliefs of a relatively small group of people. I say we have a nationwide vote on it :P.

3 points

I am pretty sure the conclusion was that it allows the semen to be pulled in farther therefore increasing chance of pregnancy.

1 point

Eh, as long as one of my children has children I don't care, who else to leave all of my stuff to?

1 point

This could have helped a lot of people.

0 points

No government will recognize this, he is just duping a bunch of people.

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Name: Lucas Bannister
Gender: Male
Age: 27
Marital Status: Single
Political Party: Democrat
Country: United States
Religion: Agnostic
Education: High School
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