BTW people who call women "females" are ------- creepy.
Isn't that the term I'm generally supposed to use for human beings with fallopian tubes, which is what I was discussing? I'm just trying to keep up with an evolving language.
I think you're assuming a lot here. Based on your own (assumed) character flaws.
Yeah, cause the industry that launched a united, all-out, personal and vicious attack thirty years ago on someone for trying to provide universal health care isn't interested in protecting their bottom line at the expense of society.
BTW I just want to say again-people who call women "females" are ------- creepy. -------. Creepy. As. ----. Creep. #47 | Posted by jpw
Not sure what your point is. It's a non-judgmental word identifying a "sex," (current relevant definition: "Either of the two divisions, designated female and male, by which most organisms are classified on the basis of their reproductive organs and functions"). As opposed to "gender," which means what someone identifies as and has no objective basis that I'm aware of. If you have another word for differentiating the sexes, please let me know. Or call me creepy, if that is all you've got.
You must be an idiot. #48 | Posted by jpw
Tell me you're in the medical industry without telling me you're in the medical industry.
Why am I an idiot? Because I suspect that individuals in our medical industry, which costs us more than twice what other developed nations spend while arguably producing worse results might have people who are in it for the money?
Are medical professionals somehow immune from greed? I guess I should have assumed that the medical industry folks I know personally who have two, three, or four homes took a vow of poverty and that they purchased those homes with smiles and giggles.
We should worship the ground they walk upon and whispering "doctor" in hushed tones, with awe in our voice, in every context, and every opportunity, trembling before their sight. And welcome the fact that medical expenses are still one of the leading causes of bankruptcy in our country, wiping out a lifetime of hard work with one major illness. But never question the motives of those in the industry or the bills we are obligated to pay for the privilege of continuing to exist.