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Well, I guess the same could be said for legalising prostitution.It will never stop so lets at least put it under the care of a doctor who can make sure these people will not have long term problems .
do you think they get paid for the job interview too? :pOriginally posted by dai bread:
That was the thinking when we legalised prostitution here.
Now we have ads in the SitsVac for prostitutes. They're not called that, of course. "Ladies, would you like to be well-paid......."
None....Originally posted by Great Carouser:
So Marye, what kind of noises is your government making vis-a-vis steroids and professional baseball/sports?
Just because I missed a couple of days' postings doesn't mean that I think the congress is doing anything except grabbing TV time with this rather stupid interference in something they have no laws regarding.Originally posted by OperaTenor:
I find it quite hypocritical that the same folks who complain bitterly about tax money going to government-enforced "redistribution of wealth" and "socialized medicine" don't seem to have a problem with blowing tax money on this farce.
Personally, I don't believe they "rate" it, but they have it. What I think that means is that you can't start up a competing baseball league like some have done with football and basketball.Originally posted by OperaTenor:
Why does MLB rate exemption from antitrust laws? They're a business like any other.
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