Now he's saying that there are "many" abortions taking place in Texas far past the point of viability for no other reason than because they're not wanted. Which I'm pretty sure has been disproven higher in the comments.
@ColdFinger I was just coming here to quote that. D:
At least all his going on gives her voice a rest?
@darklingplain Sorry, I'm watching this in a library and have to rage here to stop myself from swearing out loud.
@darklingplain "Do you believe the traditions of the Texas senate are more important than woman's safety?" God, what paternalistic bullshit.
Ugh, the guy asking her questions now is such a troll. "The intention of the people who wrote it, including me, was to increase safety." NO IT IS NOT SHUT YOUR MOUTH.
Wait, you need 250 hours to become a nail technician? Connecticut only requires 150 hours to take the test to become an EMT, and like, ride ambulances and deal with dying people. How does that make sense?
@olivebee Ha, I was also in charge of mowing our lawn but our yard was too small and hilly for a riding lawn mower, so I used to shove around the mower and sweat and swear a lot. It was not sexy (also possibly where my hostility towards riding lawnmowers comes from).
Riding lawnmowers aren't sexy, they're the vehicle of suburban dads who have actual tractor envy.
This was great! It's so easy and fun to build up potential relationships with people, even when they inevitably fall down. When I was eleven, I was a huge Tamora Pierce fan, and when I heard that the new neighbors moving in were named Pierce, I was convinced that it was Tamora Pierce and her husband, and I would befriend her, and she would let me test-read her books for her before they came out. I'm still a little sad that it was just some family named Pierce.
@hahahaha, ja. No, thank you! I was hoping someone would come here and drop some knowledge.