Arizona's "abortion reversal" bill is THE dumbest piece of legislation...

The Arizona State Legislature passed a bill on Wednesday that requires doctors to tell women seeking abortions about an experimental “abortion reversal” procedure that has not been tested or studied by the mainstream medical community.

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I am FLOORED this ridiculous piece of crap was actually passed, and it takes a lot to shock me about politics these days.

1) It’s not a reversal.  The science is completely wrong, not even mildly correct.  Obviously you can’t bring a fetus back to life.
2) The idea that women are so wishy-washy and indecisive that they would want to stop an abortion halfway through re-confirms everything I said about how we don’t trust women.
3)  If the goal of these Republican legislators is to put an end to abortion itself, aren’t they shooting themselves in the foot by having doctors tell women “hey, if you change your mind, it’s reversible!”

This is the most ridiculous piece of crap…

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A good way to make sure you routinely do as much as you can to get fit is to take a friend to the gym with you. When you take friends to workout with you they not only make sure you don’t slack on going to the gym, but they help motivate you when you’re there as well. Working out together also relieves the stress and anxiety of going to the gym alone.

This is Javal who was rescued by a lady called Yvonne who is a member of a ferret fb group I’m a member of. She has given me permission to post this.

The Top image is Javal when she arrived in very poor shape suffering from adrenal disease.

The bottom is Javal after treatment with deselorin, melatonin and a raw diet.

Items Spotted on Various Menus in South Philly
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  • Hoagie roll that is filled with french fries, mayo, and melted mozzarella cheese 
  • Steak, cheese, and “your choice of three appetizers on it” sandwich
  • Tater tots topped with cheese wiz, mozzarella, bacon, and ranch (I’ve had these and they are fucking phenomenal)
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IT Band Stretch

Cross your left leg behind you, putting weight on the outside of your left foot. Reach your left arm toward the sky.
Press your left hip out to the side to increase the stretch of your left IT band. Hold for 30 seconds, then switch sides.
The IT band runs down the outside of your leg, and when it gets tight, it can mess with your knee joint. Keep it loose with this stretch after every run.

Even female nurses face a surprising pay gap…

Even in nursing, where women make up an overwhelming majority of the profession, female nurses are paid less than their male counterparts. According to new research from the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), male registered nurses (RNs) on average make nearly $11,000 more per year than female RNs. The kicker: only half of this gap can be explained by variables such as education, specialty, and work experience. That leaves a $5,148 gap in salary between male and female nurses — essentially a gender-based salary gap, which according to researchers affects 2.5 million women and their families.