Daily Archives: May 12, 2005

The Right To Refuse Denies The Right To Choose

Ryan sent me an article from NUVO, an Indianapolis-based free magazine that covers local and national news. “The Conscience Clause” is a powerful testament to the backwardness of religiosity in legal and medical institutions. As her youngest, a 13-month-old with … Continue reading

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It’s Just a Joke?

Mary at Stone Court writes more on the “it’s just a joke” attitude. Here’s the situation: the game had just been called because of lightning, yet the kids had been sent back out onto the field to gather up the … Continue reading

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Take a Quiz Because I’m Busy

This is, more or less, complete and total crap. Your Birthdate: February 18 Your birthday on the 18th day of the month suggests than you are one who can work well with a group, but still remain someone who needs … Continue reading

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About Jill

Jill is a 20-something Seattle native turned New Yorker. She graduated from New York University with a BA in Journalism and Politics and a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies. At NYU, she served as opinion editor of the Washington … Continue reading

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