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Fetus vs Baby!!. Ladies.... allow me to put my procrastination pen in your dong dungeons. it/ Ella E" Here' s a test: I' m holding a baby in one hand and a petr

Ladies.... allow me to put my procrastination pen in your dong dungeons

it/ Ella E"
Here' s a test:
I' m holding a baby in one hand
and a petri dish holding a fetus in
the other.
I' m going to drop one You chose
which.
If you really truly believe a fetus is
the same thing as a baby, it
should be impossible for you to
decide. You should have to flip a
coin, that' s how impossible the
decision should be
Shot in the dark, you saved the
baby.
Because you' re aware there' s a
difference.
New admit it
woah.
...
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#16 - endexter
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(03/07/2014) [-]
well obviously id go with the baby, the fetus in the petri dish is already dead
#109 to #16 - twdeathnote
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(03/08/2014) [-]
No one said the baby was alive either.

But for the sake of the pic, let's say miraculously they are both alive.
#123 to #109 - perform
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I'd still drop the baby first. The one in the petri dish will probably die from something else. Specifically, not a blender.
#280 to #109 - medopu
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(03/08/2014) [-]
First of all, i'm pro-choice, so hold on with red tumbs just for a second.

if they're both alive miraculously, its still a hard choice. If you would put me in a spot where I absolutely had to chose one to not get dropped it would be a baby, but that is a horrible decision to make.
The point is, a live fetus and a live baby both have a potential to become a well-developed adult, and an important part of the society, if both of them have correct nourishment.
To neglect fetus, because it is less developed than a baby is just like neglecting a baby because it is a less developed adult. In other ways, unfair.
Still, i'm pro-choice because when people get abortion, it's in dire needs. Hopefully not in,.... whoops we had unprotected sex again". This is why i support abortions, because a potential human being would live a miserable live. Much worse, than not live at all.
#104 to #16 - anon
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(03/08/2014) [-]
No more so than it is if it were inside a woman. At the instant of the question being asked the fetus is alive. The only issue is when people try to bring in the idea of 'potential life' being on par with actual life. In which case simply change the petri dish to an artificial incubater (which will be around in less than 10 years) and the point holds.
#400 to #104 - commontroll
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Except that would be an embryo, which is a clump of cells. They are only in this stage for about two or three months where they don't look fully human. A fetus is a fully or mostly developed prenatal human. It's not "just a clump of cells." They have fingers and toes and nails and hair and eyes. They can move, they can see.

And here's the other thing. Why do we dehumanize them? We give them no rights because they are still developing. We don't give them the right to develop safely in the womb, and we claim that they are "just a part of a woman's body," even though they only have half their mother's DNA. They are a human with human DNA, they are alive as their cells are replicating and they are growing, and they are not the mother's body parts, as that would be saying that we're just all parts of our mothers' bodies that were spewed out.

Your move Anon.
#362 to #16 - wisdombranch
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Yeah, if it is a fetus, it is probably crushed... and dead. if a recoverable embryo.... the gel in the petri dish probably has better shock absorption than the skull of the baby.
#290 to #16 - terminalinfinity
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Except thats wrong you ******* retard.  Petri dishes are used in in vitro fetrilization.  So the embryo is still alive.  Scientists don't magically bring the cells to life when they put it in the mother.  Petri dishes are for keeping LIVE specimens.
Except thats wrong you ******* retard. Petri dishes are used in in vitro fetrilization. So the embryo is still alive. Scientists don't magically bring the cells to life when they put it in the mother. Petri dishes are for keeping LIVE specimens.
#306 to #290 - carrotpotato
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Yeah. Embryo would still be alive but the post is about a baby and a fetus with modern technology I doubt a fetus could be kept alive in a petri dish.
#319 to #306 - terminalinfinity
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Then why use the petri dish to begin with? Petri dishes are exclusively used for LIVE specimens, otherwise there is no point. OP probably meant embryo or zygoat but used wrong terminology. Forgivable, considering most christian nutjobs don't know the first thing about science, you can hardly crucify OP for using wrong terminology.
#327 to #319 - carrotpotato
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(03/08/2014) [-]
True but you are wrong in calling endexter "******* retard". Since he's correct in that a fetus in a petri dish wouldn't be alive. You can put a rock to a petri dish and it wouldn't: A) change the facts that petri dish is supposed to be used for live specimen and a rock isn't a living thing and B) break the universe.
#330 to #327 - terminalinfinity
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Point being, he didnt stop to think why a fetus would be in a petri dish in the first place. Nobody would argue that droping a dead person/thing is equal to droping a live person. The entire point of OP's post was to point out the ridiculousness of the "life starts at conception" argument. You don't need to let an embryo gestate for 8 weeks for conception to happen.

Also notice, I used correct terminology and specified "embryo".
#331 to #330 - carrotpotato
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Here's the twist: endexter was making a joke. A joke based on nitpicking on the terminology.
#332 to #331 - terminalinfinity
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Maybe, maybe not. There are plenty of people in the comment section on here who have made the same point he has and are continuing to argue it. And since he hasn't replied to anyone on here to clarify his statement, he could be doing either.
#309 to #291 - anon
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Yo dumbass. The fetus isn't in the petri dish. All they do in the petri dish is the fertilization. The child isn't a fetus until it has been 8 weeks. The fertilized eggs in the petri dish are frozen and never hit that point until they are implanted. Guess what implanted means. It means they put it in a woman. Guess why...the fetus can't survive in the petri dish...not yet anyway. Your own god damn source goes against you.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_vitro_fertilisation
health.howstuffworks.com/pregnancy-and-parenting/pregnancy/conception/pregnancy2 .htm
#323 to #309 - terminalinfinity
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Its irrelevant as well if the embryo can survive or not. Christians argue life starts at conception. Therefore, when the sperm and egg are combined in the petri dish, by the definitions Christians use for life, those two cells combined are now a human being. End of story in their minds.
#320 to #309 - terminalinfinity
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(03/08/2014) [-]
********, OP used wrong terminology. A fetus wouldn't even FIT in a petri dish, not to mention theres no ******* point in using one to keep dead specimens. As I said
"Then why use the petri dish to begin with? Petri dishes are exclusively used for LIVE specimens, otherwise there is no point. OP probably meant embryo or zygoat but used wrong terminology. Forgivable, considering most christian nutjobs don't know the first thing about science, you can hardly crucify OP for using wrong terminology."

Your laymans understanding of science is amusing but completely ******* wrong.
#39 to #16 - propanex
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(03/08/2014) [-]
What if the baby is also dead.

Then this is a pointless test


My question wasn't serious
#60 to #16 - atomschlumpf ONLINE
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(03/08/2014) [-]
**** both ...well, not literally....you know what I mean
#115 to #60 - innocentbabies
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I totally agree, except maybe on the "not literally" part.
#275 to #115 - pimpjesus
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(03/08/2014) [-]
#21 - mugenchamploo
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(03/07/2014) [-]
No, we save the baby because YOUVE ALREADY ******* ABORTED THE FETUS, YOU INBRED PIECE OF ****!!!
Stupidest argument ive ever heard
#74 to #21 - mentalpiggy
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(03/08/2014) [-]
>Calls somebody inbred
>Uses the word 'stupidest'
#79 to #74 - mugenchamploo
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(03/08/2014) [-]
stu·pid  (sto̅o̅′pĭd, styo̅o̅′-)   
adj. stu·pid·er, stu·pid·est   
1. Slow to learn or understand; obtuse.   
2. Tending to make poor decisions or careless mistakes.   
3. Marked by a lack of intelligence or care; foolish or careless: a stupid mistake.   
4. Dazed, stunned, or stupefied.   
5. Pointless; worthless: a stupid job.   
n.   
A stupid or foolish person.   
   
Seriously, I'm not the only person who uses Google, right?   
Why are you all questioning my English, before checking if it's actually incorrect???
stu·pid (sto̅o̅′pĭd, styo̅o̅′-)
adj. stu·pid·er, stu·pid·est
1. Slow to learn or understand; obtuse.
2. Tending to make poor decisions or careless mistakes.
3. Marked by a lack of intelligence or care; foolish or careless: a stupid mistake.
4. Dazed, stunned, or stupefied.
5. Pointless; worthless: a stupid job.
n.
A stupid or foolish person.

Seriously, I'm not the only person who uses Google, right?
Why are you all questioning my English, before checking if it's actually incorrect???
#80 to #79 - mentalpiggy
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Never said you were incorrect. You just sound like a dumbass.
#86 to #80 - mugenchamploo
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(03/08/2014) [-]
You sure did imply it, and frankly i don't give a **** what i sound like to you. You're not my real dad
#85 to #21 - oosskkyy
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(03/08/2014) [-]
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#121 to #21 - toosexyforyou
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(03/08/2014) [-]
You should know the point he's trying to make... You completely avoided it, good job, you're an idiot.
#134 to #121 - mugenchamploo
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I avoided nothing, you just fail to understand how what i said relates. He looks to show that people who are opposed to abortion, are hypocritical, and actually see the two as unequal. This is untrue. The way i see it, a fetus is a living thing just as much as you and I. NO human should have any priority over another. All of us, as humans, are on a completely level field, when it comes to the importance of life. If i could martyr myself for anyone, i would show the same amount of hesitation, be it a baby, a fetus, a grown man, or an elderly woman, NONE. Its this feeling that compels me to say that a fetus is indeed, a life. OP made an unfair point, insinuating that the reason one would save a child over a fetus, is that they believe the fetus is not a living person. So i made an equally unfair point, taking it in the literal sense, and pointing out the obvious. My point is, i wouldnt attempt to save the fetus over the child, however i would happily give my life, so that i could save both. Because both are equally important.
#143 to #121 - mugenchamploo
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(03/08/2014) [-]
#26 to #21 - anon
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(03/07/2014) [-]
Its hypothetical
#28 to #26 - mugenchamploo
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Hypothetical? As in, based on hypothesis? As in, a proposed explanation for an observable occurrence? OP is faggot. As well are you, anon.
#51 to #28 - riayl
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(03/08/2014) [-]
>implying that hypothetical and hypothesis have anything to do with each other
>implying a hypothesis is a proposed explanation for an observable occurrence
>implying OP is a faggot (although you're right, but only in general)
>implying anons are faggots (again, only in general)
>implying that picture should be used for anything besides anime trolls.
>implying the fetus was even aborted
>implying you're not an asshole who hasn't the faintest idea of how biotechnology and science work.
#53 to #51 - mugenchamploo
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(03/08/2014) [-]
ummmmm?
hy·po·thet·i·cal
ˌhīpəˈTHetikəl/
adjective
adjective: hypothetical

1.
of, based on, or serving as a hypothesis.
"that option is merely hypothetical at this juncture"

Also, youre right, im no biologist, but as far as i know, a fetus dies when you remove it from the womb. I could be wrong
#35 to #21 - anon
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#38 to #35 - mugenchamploo
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#131 to #21 - crackedpepper
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(03/08/2014) [-]
assume its a test tube baby, and its going to grow in a vat to become a super sayian or something
#337 to #21 - furiousmarshmellow
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I was on your side.   
   
But now you seem like a massive cunt.
I was on your side.

But now you seem like a massive cunt.
#441 to #337 - mugenchamploo
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(03/08/2014) [-]
lol YFW
#89 to #21 - hoponthefeelstrain
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(03/08/2014) [-]
She never said the baby was alive..
#94 to #89 - mugenchamploo
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(03/08/2014) [-]
By a hefty margin, this is the most valid point made against me. I give you praise, good sir.
#40 to #21 - dabronydude
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(03/08/2014) [-]
i love it when people take things 100% literal...
#41 to #40 - mugenchamploo
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(03/08/2014) [-]
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#59 - MasterManiac ONLINE
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Any rational human being who values life will choose the one that has the highest chance of survival (or "most deserving" of life). Repeat the test with either killing a baby or killing a 60 year old. People will choose the baby since it is likely to live longer and has yet to experience life. Does this mean it's OK to kill 60 year old people? No. Therefore the argument is fundamentally flawed.
Any rational human being who values life will choose the one that has the highest chance of survival (or "most deserving" of life). Repeat the test with either killing a baby or killing a 60 year old. People will choose the baby since it is likely to live longer and has yet to experience life. Does this mean it's OK to kill 60 year old people? No. Therefore the argument is fundamentally flawed.
#63 to #59 - Lotias
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(03/08/2014) [-]
But that's an entirely different situation. One's already full grown; a baby is not, and neither is a fetus.
#71 to #63 - MasterManiac ONLINE
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Then repeat the experiment with a 20 year old and a 60 year old. It'll still be the 20 year old getting chosen. And of course it's a different situation, because there are lots of differences between babies, foeti and the elderly. Just because you may value one over the others doesn't make it ok to kill them.
#73 to #71 - Lotias
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(03/08/2014) [-]
What makes it OK to kill a fetus is not wanting to or being able to raise it and getting it over with before it's fully developed into a human baby, to avoid the worst of it.
#78 to #73 - MasterManiac ONLINE
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(03/08/2014) [-]
If you can make the decision to kill a foetus and carry it out then you are more than capable of getting and using contraceptives in the first place. Of course there are cases when it can be justified (eg. rape) but otherwise it is really inexcusable.
#239 to #78 - anon
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(03/08/2014) [-]
People are arguing abortion to excuse their moronic behavior. I don't think abortion should NOT be used. It should be an option. However, if you are just irresponsible as **** and get knocked up 24/7, you don't deserve that abortion, they will just use Abortion as a form of birth control when its not intended as such.
#98 to #78 - Lotias
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Contraceptives aren't always 100% reliable (especially in the case of condoms) for one, and for two even if you didn't take the precaution the end result is a little much of a responsibility and a burden for just being silly enough to have unprotected sex - or think the risk is worth the sex.

Also imagine the impact of being raised by a mother who didn't want to have you would be. I'd honestly rather be killed as a fetus than that.
#118 to #98 - xxiixx
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(03/08/2014) [-]
God I can't stand the whole "I'm sparing the baby" argument for abortion. You aren't thinking about the baby's life when you decide to get an abortion, you are thinking of yourself. You don't want the responsibility of having a child so you take the easy way out. I can guarantee if they polled people who were raised by mothers who during their pregnancy didn't want them the amount who said they are glad they were given a chance at life would be pretty much the same as a control group.
That being said, I think abortion should be legal. I would never want my significant other to get one and would fight them about it if it was an issue, but my personal opinion doesn't dictate law.
I underlined "during their pregnancy" because a lot of mothers love their children once they are born even if they didn't want it before.
#176 to #118 - tkfourtwoone
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Then do please tell me, Einstein, if your child, while still a fetus, is diagnosed with a horrible disease that will kill him in several years...
Would you not spare yourself AND the soon-to-be child from all the pain and suffering?! Do you not think that it is the most humane thing to NOT allow such a child to have to go through all that?

Doesn't this apply, albeit to a lesser extent, to those who are not in a position to raise their child properly i.e. are still in poverty and can't yet be truly independent?!
Are you even aware of how much of a cost a child actually is, if you want your ******* OFFSPRING, your most precious thing in life, to have the best you can give to him, so that they will become AT LEAST as successful as you are?!
#185 to #176 - xxiixx
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I know how hard it is raising a child on a tight budget. My niece was born when my brother was 18 and her mother was 16. He worked full time and took out loans to pay for college and the mother got a job in nursing. Watching them has only reassured my stance on this whole thing.
As for the hypothetical scenario where the child is diagnosed with an illness, I would still opt to have the child. There is no way that they could 100% guarantee that the child would die, and at the point where they could diagnose something like that the baby would already be very very developed, you don't get an early term abortion over something like that, and that's chiefly what I'm against.
And even though I don't agree with your point in the first place, I still don't think it applies to people in poverty. The chance of the child dying in poverty due to the poverty,!! not having awful irresponsible parents!! is barely if at all higher than any other child.
If the abortion is for a reason like incest, rape, or health of the mother/child I really have no problem with it.
I guess I just have a really really strong disgust for irresponsible people.
#188 to #185 - tkfourtwoone
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(03/08/2014) [-]
"I guess I just have a really really strong disgust for irresponsible people."

Ironically, since you're way more irresponsible for wanting to have a child no matter the circumstances, even though that child will have a ****** up life.
YOU are the irresponsible one, because you only think about YOUR feels on the whole abortion stance, not about either the mother's feels or the child's feels.

Basically, it boils down to
"I don't think abortions should be allowed"
"Well, why so?"
"I am against the principle, I don't like it"
"Well, **** you then!"
#190 to #188 - xxiixx
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(03/08/2014) [-]
If you read what I said you would know that I think they should be allowed. I am against the principle of it, but my morals don't dictate law.
There is NO guarantee that the child will have a ****** up life. Make up all the scenarios you want there is no guarantee.
That is hypocritical, YOU disregard the child's feelings and instead YOU assume that it will wish it was dead. And it isn't irresponsible even *IF* I didn't think think about their feelings, it's a lack of empathy.
#191 to #190 - tkfourtwoone
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I did NOT assume that the child will wish he/she would rather be dead.

And it IS irresponsible because your child is YOUR responsibility. And honestly, there are so many social cases in which a family or three (or four) can barely make a living and the child has so many cases of becoming a failure (which can lead to even more bad ****, such as entering more-or-less organized crime circles) because they can't afford a proper education, not only in the US mind you, it's really astounding you did not think of all this.

Basically, if you can't ******* afford raising a child, don't have one. You're doing to yourself, the child and the society a huge ******* favor.
#200 to #191 - xxiixx
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Your argument is all over the place, I'll try to address it the best I can.
If the child wouldn't wish itself dead then how are you doing it a favor by aborting it?
As for the whole feels thing, I didn't think you meant my potential child and its mother, just any mother and her potential child. If it was my baby-mom(for lack of a better term) and she was insistent on getting an abortion then there isn't anything I can do, my potential kid is down a drain somewhere and I'd cut all ties with the baby-mom.
And yes, I know being born in poverty is unfair and your life will probably be somewhat harder that others, but that's life.

Just to clarify: I think abortions should be legal, but I have no respect for those who get them. If you are a responsible person you either a) use plenty of protection/morning after pills to stop the pregnancy from happening or b) Have the kid and take care of it. It won't be easy but if you are a decent person and you really try you can make do. If you are an irresponsible person you either a) get an abortion or b) have the kid and neglect it. I would have the same lack of respect for someone who gets an abortion as a neglectful parent.
#157 to #118 - Lotias
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(03/08/2014) [-]
If you don't want a baby, you don't want a baby and shouldn't have the baby. The only reason they even say they're glad is that they know they're alive; you don't know you're alive as a fetus. You're a fetus. You not existing will make literally no difference.
#160 to #157 - xxiixx
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Same with people in comas am I right?
#163 to #160 - Lotias
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(03/08/2014) [-]
A person in a coma is already experiencing life, and for one his death might actually matter to whoever cares about him. A mother getting an abortion doesn't care about the fetus, and nobody's going to care about a dead fetus anyway.
#169 to #163 - xxiixx
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I would if it was my "fetus".
We aren't going to come to an agreement because we are both set in our ways, and it doesn't really matter anyways because we agree on the legality of it. Get your abortions, default on your loans, blame the guy next to you, cheat on your spouse, it's all legal and hey, it should be. I'm still going to disagree with you and your lifestyle. It shows a massive lack of responsibility and chances are I would have no respect for you.
I say "we" as in myself and someone who does any of the above I said, not you specifically.
#193 to #169 - Lotias
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(03/08/2014) [-]
But you wouldn't be able to care, you're a fetus.

I think paying for the abortion and having to undergo the operation is responsibility enough for learning from your mistakes. A whole life to be responsible for as a result of not being careful enough during sex is way too much to ask anyone to be responsible for.
#201 to #193 - xxiixx
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I meant as if I was the father. I would be extremely upset that my potential child was down a drain somewhere and would cut all ties with the "mother".

And this is where we disagree. You sacrifice a potential child because you ****** up (no pun intended). That's fine in your book, not in mine. Can't be helped.
#136 to #98 - anon
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you can always put the kid up for adoption. Who are you to deny it life? You were the irresponsible one who got pregnant without wanting a child in the first place. If it was rape or incest i understand but there are consequences to being irresponsible and it's unfair to the child to be murdered
#149 to #136 - Lotias
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(03/08/2014) [-]
How can you call it murder if the child doesn't even realize it's being killed?
How can you call it murder if it's not self aware?
#340 to #149 - zendir
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(03/08/2014) [-]
What if someone went crazy and decided you looked like a nice first victim and shot you in the ******* head. You did not even realize you were being killed.
#436 to #340 - Lotias
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Irrelevant situation.
#198 to #149 - anon
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Yeah we should allow abortion until the child hits the age of 1 year old. I mean 3 month olds don't even know they are being killed nor are they self aware!
#153 to #149 - Lotias
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And furthermore, how is it responsible to accept a kid you don't want to raise? Force a child to be up for adoption? Who are you to dictate that?
#403 to #73 - commontroll
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Ah yes, thus we should kill people when they're fifty, to avoid the worst of their decent into being senile and decrepit.
#126 to #63 - anon
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(03/08/2014) [-]
but a fetus isn't guaranteed a life. There can still be natural miscarriages and whatnot
#91 - veettrees
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Sure everyone values baby more than a fetus, but that doesn't mean the fetus doesn't have any value.
#92 to #91 - poutinesalad
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Nutritional...
#97 to #92 - jalthelas
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#93 to #92 - veettrees
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Among other possibilities
#84 - trojanmannn
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(03/08/2014) [-]
lol this is the worst argument ever. Just because you'd kill one thing over another thing doesn't mean it's ok to kill the other thing.
#173 to #84 - dehnoobshow
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Quite honestly, the argument wasn't ''IT'S OKAY TO ABORT''
It was ''Bitch *****, abortion isn't murder you uneducated *******.

Sorry if I'm jumpy. It's late and I had a bad day.
#300 to #84 - secretguy
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I agree with what you are saying but I believe I can add something:
Nowhere in that text it is stated that it is OK to kill someting because hypothetically you will save someting else.

No, we are going too far into the conclusion, we are simply stating that there is a difference. Nothing else.

Wheter abortion is okay or not is adifferent story.

To clarify my point I'll give another example: wheter fish is meat or meat and fish are two diffrent foods:
-Fish "meat" is different from cow "meat" in appearance and taste. We can agree on this cant we?
-However does the definition of meat implies that there are sub-groups of meat or not (in this case "red meat" or "white" meat")?


Its difficult to explain but I hope you get my point.

#87 to #84 - satrenkotheone ONLINE
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I'd personally kill both.
#477 to #87 - whatley
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Fine then, but if you want to do this then tell me whether you're ever going to start treating me with any respect again. If you say no then I'll leave of my own volition and gladly never speak to you again, because I wont tolerate talking to someone not worth my time.
#301 - pappathethird
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#397 to #301 - anon
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(03/08/2014) [-]
There goes edgy 4chan again.
#338 to #301 - YUSEIWHAT
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#3 - astarothaufromage
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(03/07/2014) [-]
Isn't abortion illegal in the fetus stahe anyway? Wasn't it the embryonic stage that is the one where you should kill the ******? Plus isn't it the potential of life what you value? A baby is already a baby, he has a better chance of survival anyway. And how does caring about the baby the most make the other not valuable. I am pro choice but this is a stupid argument.
#410 to #3 - commontroll
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Unfortunately ultra-feminazis tend to constantly get in the way of late term abortions. For example, they had thousands of protestors flood the Texas congress hall (there were rumors that they paid people to come and support them on it) and started screaming in the hallways and causing as much trouble as possible.

All so that was abortions after 20 weeks would still be legal, even though they only make up about 400 abortions in Texas and are extremely dangerous and bad for the mother.

It's pretty ******* stupid how some people act about this kind of stuff. They get too caught up on them being on a side and don't use their heads about what's actually best.
#5 to #3 - anon
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(03/07/2014) [-]
I'm glad to see some people on this site have some sense.
#256 to #3 - anon
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(03/08/2014) [-]
The idea I think behind the argument is that it's implied that both baby and petri dish will survive. Or rather, that it isn't a concerning factor whatsoever, null and void.
#4 to #3 - Hightower
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#273 - mereu
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Last time this was posted I said it's a stupid argument because the fetus is already dead and I got thumbed down into oblivion, my account was banned.   
   
It's funny cause I noticed something with people on FJ and on the internet in general.   
Most of you don't have an opinion of your own, you make others make that decision for you and you go with the most popular one. It's the mentality of a hurd.   
For example, if a comment gets 10 red thumbs right from the start, others will follow. And if it gets 10 green thumbs at the beginning, they will follow as well. It all about those first thumbs.   
   
I've noticed this in reposts a lot.   
   
 As for the content... I'll say what I said before... The fetus is already dead you ******* idiots. Now a few morons might say "It's hypothetically". Even if let's say the fetus is alive hipothetically, you will make the decision subconciously and save the baby because no idiot will thing that a fetus is alive. In a Universe where fetuses can survive in a pantri dish, the concept of abortion might not even exist. So stop making stupid arguments in favor of abortion, you dumb *****!
Last time this was posted I said it's a stupid argument because the fetus is already dead and I got thumbed down into oblivion, my account was banned.

It's funny cause I noticed something with people on FJ and on the internet in general.
Most of you don't have an opinion of your own, you make others make that decision for you and you go with the most popular one. It's the mentality of a hurd.
For example, if a comment gets 10 red thumbs right from the start, others will follow. And if it gets 10 green thumbs at the beginning, they will follow as well. It all about those first thumbs.

I've noticed this in reposts a lot.

As for the content... I'll say what I said before... The fetus is already dead you ******* idiots. Now a few morons might say "It's hypothetically". Even if let's say the fetus is alive hipothetically, you will make the decision subconciously and save the baby because no idiot will thing that a fetus is alive. In a Universe where fetuses can survive in a pantri dish, the concept of abortion might not even exist. So stop making stupid arguments in favor of abortion, you dumb *****!
#295 to #273 - angelusprimus
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(03/08/2014) [-]
You didn't take any biology classes did you?
In vitro fertilization takes a sperm and a egg and combines them in a petri dish.
At this point its fertilized. So by people who claim that life begins at moment of conception its a fetus. Its also very much alive and if kept in nutrition bath it can stay alive for several days. It can also be frozen and thawed and used, because its still just a clump of a few cells.
So you have deserved your red thumbs, because you are calling people ******* idiots, when you are just an ignorant cunt.
#299 to #295 - mereu
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Let me say again. YOU'RE A ******* IDIOT!!!
In the post it clearly says FETUS.
Do you know the difference between a fetus and an embryo, you biology genius?
#308 to #295 - anon
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Yo dumbass. The fetus isn't in the petri dish. All they do in the petri dish is the fertilization. The child isn't a fetus until it has been 8 weeks. The fertilized eggs in the petri dish are frozen and never hit that point until they are implanted. Guess what implanted means. It means they put it in a woman. Guess why...the fetus can't survive in the petri dish...not yet anyway.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_vitro_fertilisation
health.howstuffworks.com/pregnancy-and-parenting/pregnancy/conception/pregnancy2.htm
#278 to #273 - anon
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Let me just get you out of that red thumb
#288 to #273 - brothergrimm
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(03/08/2014) [-]
ever wonder why i rarely ever post with one side or the other? i refuse to move with any herd. even the unpopular one
#349 to #273 - juventud
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(03/08/2014) [-]
*think
#352 to #349 - mereu
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I love it how people can't come up with a reasonable counterargument to what I've said so they just correct my grammar or bad spelling.
Yes, I ****** up a few words there, english isn't my 1st language and I was pissed when I wrote that.
#355 to #352 - juventud
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(03/08/2014) [-]
also *hypothetically
#356 to #355 - mereu
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(03/08/2014) [-]
Thumb for you
Made me giggle
#353 to #352 - juventud
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(03/08/2014) [-]
no youre wrong i dont even care what you wrote it was just long and had 10 replies so i thought i might check it out, y'know for funny gifs and ****
no youre wrong i dont even care what you wrote it was just long and had 10 replies so i thought i might check it out, y'know for funny gifs and ****
#334 to #273 - captainganto
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mereu, that is the internet. in every ******* regard. there are two opinions, the orthodox and the revisionist. occasionally, the counter revisionist. COD4 was god, mod2 didn't live up to the legacy, one person makes an agressive post about cod and suddenly its deep fried hitler cancer in video game form
#274 to #273 - NolanNasty
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(03/08/2014) [-]
hErd*
#294 to #274 - Steinwolf
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(03/08/2014) [-]
instinctively read it as turd
tfw mentality of a turd
#277 to #274 - discodragon
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(03/08/2014) [-]
hurr-d.
#302 to #273 - pappathethird
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(03/08/2014) [-]
It took you this long to notice that? People are sheep.

Baaah.
#292 - terminalinfinity
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(03/08/2014) [-]
For all you life at conception nuts who are like the petri dish one is already dead, understand something: if the Embryo was GROWN on the petri dish, its still alive.  Thats how in vitro fertilization - test tube babies - work.  It can still become a human.  Stop being ******* retarded when the fact your against abortion in the first places shows you dont know dick about science.
For all you life at conception nuts who are like the petri dish one is already dead, understand something: if the Embryo was GROWN on the petri dish, its still alive. Thats how in vitro fertilization - test tube babies - work. It can still become a human. Stop being ******* retarded when the fact your against abortion in the first places shows you dont know dick about science.
#297 to #292 - calawesome
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I love that someone thumbed you down simply for proving some people are idiots.
#412 to #297 - commontroll
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(03/08/2014) [-]
It was probably because they said that if you're against abortion you don't know anything about science. That's a pretty broad and intense statement, and also quite inaccurate. Also, the scenario is a fetus, not an embryo, but in typical fashion they meant embryo but they're too full of themselves to double check.
#90 - prohibullion
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(03/08/2014) [-]
How would the fetus be alive if it's in a petri dish?
How would the fetus be alive if it's in a petri dish?
#264 to #90 - thewhimsicalfox
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(03/08/2014) [-]
I need to know where the video of that gif came from, or where things like it are. It's so beautiful
#96 to #90 - redrex ONLINE
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(03/08/2014) [-]
theoretically