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- I mean you can look at dog breeding as an example of this. Pur…
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Im pretty sure that has more to do with selective breeding of bad traits into dogs that caused that more than pure breeds. But whatever, I don't know enough about dog sex.
Basically, the closer the dna of the two parents are to each other, the more likely recessive, damaging traits will surface. So like, if say your sister and you have a gene that causes down syndrome, but it's recessive, so neither of you have it, but you mate and the kid gets those two genes, they'll have down syndrome. Same thing with dogs, since they were essentially making dogs that look similar fuck until a new breed came about, the more likely it was that things like heart disease became hardwired into the dna of the dogs.
If it's recessive and you don't have the disorder, you have the gene but there is a dominant gene that "covers it up" so to speak.
- Wrong. The Bible belt of the South has some of the hi…
I can totally see why the bible thumpers have higher teenage pregnancy rates. A child being controlled for so long causes them to rebel.
Ok. How about this. Look at north korea. Not many people dare to speak out against the regime because of how severe the punishment is. In those middle eastern countries, there is much less theft because of the fear of getting hand cut off and arms broken. Fear keeps people in line, but making something taboo will only cause it increase.
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- Sadly I would do this at my parents' house. My room was techni…
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- Droid Turbo was easily the best Android phone I've had. I just…
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I really like Android's because of their customization too. Also my keyboard slightly vibrates every time I type a letter. At first I thought it was annoying, but now when I go to use other people's phones and they don't have it my fingers just feel... unfulfilled.
Also due to the large screen size and high resolution I got a really good view of your profile pic. Perhaps I didn't need that.
Haptic feedback is a love/hate thing. I like it, but I'm a battery jew so I turned it off on my Turbo. My new phone charges from 0 in about 30-40 minutes so it isn't much of an issue anymore though.
And you're welcome for that 565 PPI goodness
- I mean, Republicans fought tooth and nail to keep a Justice ou…
Daily News: May 14, 2017
Largely because allowing Obama to appoint a justice would've allowed him to swing the Supreme Court in the Liberals' favor, ensuring that almost nothing would get done during a Republican Presidency and removing the Judicial Branch's opposition in the event that Hillary won
of course it was ever so convenient that the justice who died was the one who most vocally opposed Obama's policies, and his death under suspicious circumstances doesn't help either
It honestly sounds like you don't really keep up-to-date with the Supreme Court. If you honestly think that the Supreme Court Justices are as split down the middle in regards to politics as Congress is, you're very much mistaken.
You also conveniently overlook how the Republican majority Congress chose the Nuclear Option to force Gorsuch through as Supreme Court Justice. Specifically because they knew they wouldn't get the required supermajority vote. A very dirty move.
I don't particularly care what it takes, just that something's done to curb these activist judges that use their appointed positions as bully pulpits to push their agendas instead of running for office and having to be re-elected like everybody else.
And before you say something about how both sides of the spectrum are just as guilty, the VAST majority of judicial activism in recent years has come from liberal judges.
If you think what the republicans did is new to Washington then you're mistaken. The democrats did the same thing to Reagan in 1988 when he was leaving office. It is surprising that they are making the threat so much as their claimed reason for it. See JGKingpins comment.
It isn't about "they did it first" it's the fact that any of them are doing it at all.
No argument here.
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