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  • 3 years ago
    Comment GlyphGryph

    I'm not seeing it for snaps, either...

  • 3 years ago
    Comment GlyphGryph

    Where is this icon? I tried to find it by downvoting your post but couldn't find anything. I was honestly expected a pop up or something with "no reason" as an option, but do I actually have to hunt for some obscure symbol in order to say why? That seems counterintuitive...

  • 3 years ago
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    Colorado’s Effort Against Teenage and other Unwanted Pregnancies Is a Startling Success

    Birthrate for teenagers across state plunge by 40 percent from 2009 to 2013, rate of abortions fall by 42 percent.

  • 3 years ago
    Comment GlyphGryph

    Greece is hardly the only one at fault here, and it's good that the people of Greece have decided to make the right choice, to stop having to sacrifice for the corrupt leaders that would never, ever sacrifice for them in return - both those who filled the Greek government and got them into this mess, and those in the EU who worked with them to screw over Greece (and ultimately, themselves) for the short-term profit and pride of the rich and powerful.

    "It is difficult to overstate how deeply Europe’s leaders betrayed the ideals of European integration in their handing of the Greek crisis. " "The choice Europe’s leaders faced was to preserve the union or preserve the wealth, prestige, and status of the community of people who were their acquaintances and friends and selves but who are entirely unrepresentative of the European public. They chose themselves."

    http://www.interfluidity.com/v2/5965.html

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