Oh right, and you do I suppose... I know that people don't usually use it against themselves... I would suggest you read Much Ado About Nothing for some clue about how to direct it at others or if that's too arcane for you try Fawlty Towers or the wit of Eddie Izzard.
The disgust Reboot comes from their condemnation of abortion which I agree-I don't like, but it's not MY choice to make for someone else. But its not just them being against abortion, they don't want to enlighten kids to prevent the abortions - or at least reduce them because they think every time you mention the word "sex" you're encouraging it... better to keep it "under the carpet."... just say NO. Go pray your sinful thoughts away.
My sister found out my niece was foolin' around when she was 16, so went and got her a patch... sure she could have lectured her, grounded her for eternity, etc. but she knew she couldn't prevent her having sex 100% of the time. While she greatly disagreed with her actions, she knew the best thing was to get her birth control so she wouldn't be a teenage statistic. My niece is still single, but a college grad and has a steady job, and maybe in the next few years ready to start a family. That would never happen with most religious types - she'd probably be an unwed single parent right now.
DLC, another thing I hate seeing or hearing is someone saying so and so had an illegitimate child. To me, there is no such thing. They are children just the same. Of course, the meaning of illegitimate is; not authorized by the law or not in accordance with accepted standards or rules. But, standards are being changed almost daily with gays marrying among other things.
_________________________ Well, until they make it right, I hope they never sleep at night. They better make some changes and do it soon. -Things Goin' On/Lynyrd Skynyrd
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