Tim Norkus http://www.policymic.com/articles/35527/boston-marathon-attack-we-must-avoid-intolerance-in-bombing-aftermath/465071 I think it came up in the comments, someone tried to post a link comparing some non-violents "terrorist" acts to one's where people actually die.
Tim Norkus "People who voluntarily engage in behavior with known risks should not be permitted to absolve themselves of the predictable consequences for financial or social reasons. Their "choice" was actually made before pregnancy occurred." Everything you said is correct, but it is the same reason's I am pro-choice, it is not just the Mother/Father who suffer the consequences, it is you, me and all of society. In getting pregnant with a child they don't want, they have already made one bad decision, imagine how many more will be made once the child is born.
Tim Norkus This is one of the main reasons I am a pro-choice conservative. The last thing I want is a person caring for a child they never wanted, usually bad things will happen from there. You could easily make the case that a decent percentage of people shouldn't be allowed to have children, but that is another argument for another day.
Tim Norkus Great for Helen Mirren, and I think her portryal is more than ethically acceptable. I pull stuff like this all the time with my 2 year old. I am just glad Helen Mirren made time to bring a little happiness to this boy's life.
Tim Norkus I have never worked at ESPN, but I did spend a couple years grinding it out at Fox Sports Net. ESPN to this point has little competition. I know Fox Sports is going to make another run at it, but I doubt it will come close to matching the worldwide leader. I would be more interested to know where those 4,000 jobs are coming from. I have no doubt there is some waste that needs to be cleaned out, like most companies.
Tim Norkus I've posted this a bunch since I came to Policymic. I work in a massive collision repair center in Denver. We always have trouble finding kids to fill positions at our shop. We currently have 3-4 kids in their early 20's making $100K+ a year without a college degree. They did start with some debt coming out of tech school, but they all paid it off within 18 months.
Tim Norkus I was so excited and sad at the same time, I don't have any other shows I like, so it was really the end of an era for me. My wife and I have a TV in our bedroom that is not hooked up to cable, so we only watch DVD's up there. We put in the DVD from Season 1 and started from scratch. Ryan's first day, Dwight's stuff in Jello, the introduction of characters.
Tim Norkus Was it supposed to be Kelly's husband or just a boyfriend? I have always thought the show needed more Creed, so last night was great. Was a little dissapointed to see Steve Carrell not lend his time to the retrospective. I don't watch a ton of TV outside of sports, and this is really the only show I have ever grown attached too.