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I firmly believed that both people involved should make the decision to keep a pregnancy, i.e. both the mother and father. Women out there feel like it doesn't matter what the man feels or thinks or what he is going through. All they think about is whether they want the child, yet when the child is here they want the man to contribute financially and emotionally. Men on the other hand have given up and are held at the mercy of the woman i.e their future is up to the woman and of course the legal system. A child affects two people's lives financially and mentally. If two people make a child and two people are responsible for a child then isn't it only fair that both people involved should decide on whether to keep a child?.
There are some women who try and trap men and when the man doesn't stay with them they destroy him in court. I mean, if you decide to get pregnant on purpose to get a man then you should take care of the child on your own because no one has the right to decide another person's future.
On the other hand men shouldn't have unprotected sex with a person they wouldn't want to have a child with. Now, i know there are horrible men out there who ruin it for the good guys and I'm not justifying men who want a child and then change their mind when the child is like 2 yrs old.
So, what do y'all think: should both people involved jointly make the decision to keep a pregnancy or can a woman do whatever she feels like doing
Shouldn't we legalize Bribe taking by Nigerian Policemen?
I used to wonder if it could be possible for us to legalize "rogering" our policemen.
It has become a way of life so what stops us.
To my own level of understanding, it's not good for husband and wife to be in the same profession. It has many disadvantages for example, If the husband is an Accountant and the wife also an Accountant, they will have not enough time to stay with their children and this may have negative impact on the children.
Let's take for example the case of a husband and wife that are both legal practitioners, and there was a case that involved two of them. The husband was to defend the his client who was charged to the court and wife was the government lawyer. The case almost destroyed their family because they were against each other.
In conclusion, it is not good for husband and wife to be in the same profession because it has many negative effects on their children and their family as a whole.
I don’t know how many of you in the UK read the Daily Mail. I don’t, but my attention was brought to an article on Page 19 of today’s Daily Mail (Sat 8th April, 2006).
The Column “Platell’s People” has an article on Damilola Taylor – “Sorry, Mr Taylor, but Britain’s not THAT bad”.
Anyway, she goes on to say “In Nigeria, wife-beating is legal, child labour widespread, health care nonexistent and the criminal justice system is deeply corrupt”
Is wife-beating legal in Nigeria? If it is not then an apology from Ms Amanda Platell will be in order.
Trying to choosing a domain name for your new business or website? Here are some factors to consider:
[list][li]Make sure the domain name you use is not someone else's registered trademark.[/li]
[li]Prefer shorter names to longer ones.[/li]
[li]Avoid domain names with ambiguous or multiple spellings, unless the domain names corresponding to all the ossible misspellings of yours are available, and you are willing to buy them![/li]
[li]Names with ambigous spellings include server4u.com vs servers4you.com vs. serverforyou.com vs. serverforu.com, want2buy.com vs. wanttobuy.com or any names including the number 0(zero), easily confused with capital 'o'.[/li]
[li]Separate multi-word domain names with hyphens rather than underscores and register the alternate (non-hyphenated) form if possible[/li]
[li]If you have long-term plans for your site, a really unique domain name will help with differentiating your site.[/li]
[li]Make every effort to choose a .com domain for any business website, .net domain for network and internet service providers, .edu for educational institutions, and .org for non-profit organizations.[/li]
[li]Special note: www.something.com domains are easiest to remember and better respected by internet users.[/li]
[li]For a website that belongs to a legally registered organization or business, choose a name that is related to your organization's name.[/li]
[li]Finally, be patient: take your time and generate lots of domain names, and immediately use a service like CheckDomain.com to check availability, until you find the perfect one.[/li][/list]
Originally posted on seunosewa.com, May 25, 2004
What do webmasters need to know when trying to select the perfect domain names? Please feel free to add your comments.
Would it be good for society as a whole in anyway or not?
Is the 'war on drugs', designed to steer public attention away from real problems?
Should anybody impose their ideas on what we (as adults) can do with our own bodies?
Was FELA a good role model?
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