Do you think late abortions are right?

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Registered: 02-24-2005
Do you think late abortions are right?
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Wed, 10-01-2008 - 12:58pm

So I sit here at work and I am mortified because I am working on a Planned Parenthood account (and I really dont want to) and the number of abortions performed is staggering.

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Registered: 04-10-2003
Tue, 10-07-2008 - 10:37pm

Ah... but of course a skilled witch *can* curse...it's just a skilled one chooses not to...

Good to see you back dahlink- we've missed your spice around here lately:-) I can't imagine months without internet :-(

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Registered: 04-03-2005
Wed, 10-08-2008 - 1:26am

"Ah... but of course a skilled witch *can* curse...it's just a skilled one chooses not to..."


I'm all about instant gratification... Karma doesn't always work fast enough for me, so I occasionally try to give it a helping hand...


"Good to see you back dahlink- we've missed your spice around here lately:-)"


It's wonderful to be back, my loverly... I don't know how you all survived without me! *GRIN*


"I can't imagine months without internet :-("


I don't recommend it. There are 4 things in life I've realized that are absolutely ESSENTIAL to my being able to survive in life: Coffee; Cigarettes; 'Net (which includes my 'Net Friends); and Good Sex.


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iVillage Member
Registered: 02-24-2005
Wed, 10-08-2008 - 9:53am

Are you insinuating that I am a liar??


Maybe it is not documented.

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Registered: 04-10-2003
Wed, 10-08-2008 - 10:16am

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Alriiight...so a skilled, but somewhat naughty witch would suffice here, yes? BUt shhhh- yer not supposed to be telling that, LOL!

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We nearly didn't. We consumed WAAAAY over our limit of baby-backs while you were gone. ....burp.....

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I will swap out cigerettes with wine, and I'm right there babay!

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Registered: 04-10-2003
Wed, 10-08-2008 - 10:23am

Here's some more info:

Records

James Elgin Gill (born on 20 May 1987 in Ottawa, Canada) was the earliest premature baby in the world. He was 128 days premature (21 weeks and 5 days gestation) and weighed 1 lb. 6 oz. (624 g). He survived and is quite healthy.

Amillia Taylor is also often cited as the most-premature baby. She was born on 24 October 2006 in Miami, Florida, at 21 weeks and 6 days gestation. Though this report has created some confusion her gestation was measured from the date of conception (through IVF) rather than the date of her mother's last menstrual period making her appear 2 weeks younger than if gestation was calculated by the more common method. At birth she was 9 inches (23 cm) long and weighed 10 ounces (283 grams). She suffered digestive and respiratory problems, together with a brain hemorrhage. She was discharged from the Baptist Children's Hospital on 20 February 2007.

The record for the smallest premature baby to survive was held for some time by Madeline Mann, who was born at 26 weeks weighing 9.9 oz (280 g) and 9.5 inches (24 cm) long. This record was broken in September 2004 by Rumaisa Rahman, who was born in the same hospital at 25 weeks gestation. At birth she was eight inches (20 cm) long and weighed 244 grams (8.6 ounces). Her twin sister was also a small baby, weighing 563 grams (1 pound 4 ounces) at birth. During pregnancy their mother had suffered from pre-eclampsia, which causes dangerously high blood pressure putting the baby into distress and leading to birth by caesarean section. The larger twin left the hospital at the end of December, while the smaller remained there until 10 February 2005 by which time her weight had increased to 1.18 kg (2 pounds 10 ounces). Generally healthy, the twins had to undergo laser eye surgery to correct visual problems, a common occurrence among premature babies.

Historical figures who were born prematurely include Johannes Kepler (born in 1571 at 7 months gestation), Isaac Newton (born in 1643, small enough to fit into a quart mug, according to his mother), Winston Churchill (born in 1874 at 7 months gestation), and Anna Pavlova (born in 1885 at 7 months gestation).

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Registered: 04-19-2006
Wed, 10-08-2008 - 12:07pm
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Edited 10/8/2008 12:07 pm ET by cl-misa101
iVillage Member
Registered: 08-24-2008
Wed, 10-08-2008 - 1:27pm

No, I am not "insinuating" anything.

 

iVillage Member
Registered: 08-24-2008
Wed, 10-08-2008 - 2:09pm

And btw... maybe also

 

iVillage Member
Registered: 10-11-2005
Fri, 10-10-2008 - 2:52pm

If the mother's life is in danger then yes it should be legal. No one should put the life of a woman ahead of unborn fetus. I'm sorry, I've got kids/grand kids, I would want my 3 dd's saved over the unborn grand kids any day of the week.

~Sam

~~Sam stitches well with others, runs with scissors in her pocket. Cheerful and stupid.
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Registered: 01-15-2008
Fri, 10-10-2008 - 3:09pm

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Nothing says "I love you" like leaving your 4 your old motherless because you couldn't get off your sanctimonious high horse and have an abortion to save your own life. ;)

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