Conservative, Pro-Life, Nerd.

thedreadpiratejames:

sizvideos:

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I love this. There’s another one where they go to a wine tasting and give people a glass from a $20 bottle and they hate it, then a glass from a $200 bottle and they love it. But then they reveal that both glasses are actually from the same $20 bottle.

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5,000 Candles in the Wind
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hummeline:

Just want to point out that this exists as a full song.

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runningrepublican:

likesmysoxandpoliticsred:

Pro-Life people understand biology

Reblogging because my pro-life view is based solely on biology.

The more we learn about children in the womb, the more obvious it is that they need to be protected :)

runningrepublican:

likesmysoxandpoliticsred:

Pro-Life people understand biology

Reblogging because my pro-life view is based solely on biology.

The more we learn about children in the womb, the more obvious it is that they need to be protected :)

joachimmurat:

crazyress:

heyfunniest:

Someone took a candid photo of a fight in Ukranian Parliament that is as well-composed as the best renaissance art.

this is legitimately the best thing i’ve ever seen

I’d say more Baroque, considering the dynamic angles and the fact that background detail is sacrificed for intense dark/light contrast.

joachimmurat:

crazyress:

heyfunniest:

Someone took a candid photo of a fight in Ukranian Parliament that is as well-composed as the best renaissance art.

this is legitimately the best thing i’ve ever seen

I’d say more Baroque, considering the dynamic angles and the fact that background detail is sacrificed for intense dark/light contrast.

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confessionsofacollegerepublican:

babebraham-lincolon:

confessionsofacollegerepublican:

How’s that universal healthcare working out for you, eh? 

That’s because here not as many people go in because they know they can’t afford it.

I’d like to know where you picked up that little tidbit…. 
I looked up the average emergency room wait times in both the US and Canada, in hopes of eliminating the concern of financial burden on patients, as most US emergency rooms are obligated to treat patients, regardless of their ability to pay. Now, not only did I discover that Canadian hospitals have the longest emergency room wait times in the developed world, but Canadian patients will on average wait four times longer for emergency treatment than Americans. 

confessionsofacollegerepublican:

babebraham-lincolon:

confessionsofacollegerepublican:

How’s that universal healthcare working out for you, eh? 

That’s because here not as many people go in because they know they can’t afford it.

I’d like to know where you picked up that little tidbit…. 

I looked up the average emergency room wait times in both the US and Canada, in hopes of eliminating the concern of financial burden on patients, as most US emergency rooms are obligated to treat patients, regardless of their ability to pay. Now, not only did I discover that Canadian hospitals have the longest emergency room wait times in the developed world, but Canadian patients will on average wait four times longer for emergency treatment than Americans

(Source: leftbyrightbydumb, via hardcore-conservative)

nabuskelenubzor:

fandomsandconservativelogic:

NFP has come a long way since the rhythm method, and it’s time to bring it back to the table.

I’ll maintain my suspicions about this but it does seem interesting. It also reminds me of the monthly cycle’s relation to the probability of the child being a boy or a girl, which was taught to high school students in the Warsaw Pact.

Huh, didn’t know that. This is a little different, because it’s just about how you’re only fertile a few days out of your cycle.When ovulation happens, the egg is only there for about 12-24 hours before it’s gone. Sperm can survive up to 5 days after ejaculation before they either have to find an egg or die. Thus, for about 6 days out of your cycle, having sex can get you pregnant. Outside of those 6 days, sperm can’t survive long enough to meet up with the next egg. Cervical fluid starts up about 5 days before ovulation because cervical fluid is a great environment for sperm, so your body wants to keep any sperm that comes its way alive until ovulation. Both the Creighton Model and Sympto-Thermal method monitor cervical fluid to determine the beginning and end of the fertile phase of the cycle. The Sympto-Thermal method also uses the basal body temperature shift associated with ovulation to confirm it happened and let you know when you’re infertile again. It’s backed up by some pretty good science. Like I said, we’ve come a long way from earlier NFP methods that had a more limited understanding of the female reproductive system.

nabuskelenubzor:

fandomsandconservativelogic:

NFP has come a long way since the rhythm method, and it’s time to bring it back to the table.

I’ll maintain my suspicions about this but it does seem interesting. It also reminds me of the monthly cycle’s relation to the probability of the child being a boy or a girl, which was taught to high school students in the Warsaw Pact.

Huh, didn’t know that. This is a little different, because it’s just about how you’re only fertile a few days out of your cycle.

When ovulation happens, the egg is only there for about 12-24 hours before it’s gone. Sperm can survive up to 5 days after ejaculation before they either have to find an egg or die. Thus, for about 6 days out of your cycle, having sex can get you pregnant. Outside of those 6 days, sperm can’t survive long enough to meet up with the next egg.

Cervical fluid starts up about 5 days before ovulation because cervical fluid is a great environment for sperm, so your body wants to keep any sperm that comes its way alive until ovulation.

Both the Creighton Model and Sympto-Thermal method monitor cervical fluid to determine the beginning and end of the fertile phase of the cycle. The Sympto-Thermal method also uses the basal body temperature shift associated with ovulation to confirm it happened and let you know when you’re infertile again. It’s backed up by some pretty good science.

Like I said, we’ve come a long way from earlier NFP methods that had a more limited understanding of the female reproductive system.

NFP has come a long way since the rhythm method, and it’s time to bring it back to the table.

NFP has come a long way since the rhythm method, and it’s time to bring it back to the table.