mary adam
mary adam thanked Dumb Goat's answer

I don't purchase diamonds because diamonds in themselves aren't worth what they actually are.

Here's why diamonds are a rip off:

1. The only reason why society likes diamonds is because of a successful marketing campaign that began in 1938. It is not actually the best or prettiest gemstone as tradition would have you say.

2. In fact, … Read more

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mary adam voted up Dumb Goat's answer

I don't purchase diamonds because diamonds in themselves aren't worth what they actually are.

Here's why diamonds are a rip off:

1. The only reason why society likes diamonds is because of a successful marketing campaign that began in 1938. It is not actually the best or prettiest gemstone as tradition would have you say.

2. In fact, … Read more

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mary adam thanked Skunky Stinkerson's answer

If you lived in my body for a day, you'd be thankful to have yours back!! and im not just saying that (you try being 26 and having worse arthritis than a 90 year old, who spent the past 2 years in a wheelchair and physio so i could at least walk again- full time … Read more

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mary adam voted up Skunky Stinkerson's answer

If you lived in my body for a day, you'd be thankful to have yours back!! and im not just saying that (you try being 26 and having worse arthritis than a 90 year old, who spent the past 2 years in a wheelchair and physio so i could at least walk again- full time … Read more

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mary adam answered Mallori Taylor's question

I'm gathering that you and your partner are trying to get pregnant, because having unprotected sex in three consecutive days cannot possibly be a mistake or spare of the moment thing surely?  The best time to have intercourse is when you are ovulating, 10-16 days before your period.

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mary adam thanked Tris Fray Potter's answer

Sometimes.  Up until grade 9, like Didge, I also learned England's version of everything because Britain has been had a very big influence on our 'culture,' and we're part of the Commonwealth.  It was only last year that we started to learn more about both sides of history.  I think that now that we have … Read more

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mary adam voted up Tris Fray Potter's answer

Sometimes.  Up until grade 9, like Didge, I also learned England's version of everything because Britain has been had a very big influence on our 'culture,' and we're part of the Commonwealth.  It was only last year that we started to learn more about both sides of history.  I think that now that we have … Read more

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mary adam commented on Ray Dart's answer
I think it also has to be noted that there are true Torah following Jews, who have lived happily side by side with Palestine's for many years. Then there are the Zionists who are not following the Torah, and have now created war between Palestine and themselves, to which Palestine who has a larger population … Read more
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mary adam commented on Ray Dart's answer
ok I take that on board thank you. What about the hundreds of other paper headlines? 6 million Jews was not a new number quoted by them, in fact it was being quoted long before world war 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtAnuXl5VZY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CFjNlBOqoQ&spfreload= I'm not saying that Jews were not killed, but it is certainly strange that this … Read more
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mary adam answered HelpStop AnimalAbuse's question

I think this falls to a personal ethic. If you have never bothered to watch the conditions in which animals are kept in factory farms accompanied with having kept certain animals yourself, then it is easier to stay in denial about where meat comes from.  Also, some people are raised to hunt food, or farm … Read more

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mary adam commented on Michael Poland's answer
Well, mount Everest was there, the atomic bomb had to be created. Since there are no ethical rules governing science, other than "lets see if we can do it." I think it's a dangerous place to be, especially when it involves substances that can wipe out millions of people, and cause years of abnormal births, … Read more
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mary adam commented on Bikergirl Anonymous' answer
Intially, cows were wild animals we domesticated them. Cows were used to help plough fields, they were also ridden. They have a character just like any other animal, give it a name and it is a pet. The same as dogs, they were wild but we domesticated them and turned them into working animals or … Read more