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$10,000 to abort? Surrogacy case reveals moral holes, bioethicist says
Wed Mar 6, 2013
"gross immorality", "ethically despicable", "horrific", "crummy"....Your opinion on the subject is ungracefully clear. I would rather read a sound NEWS story, (without facts conveniently omitted) than this soap box speech. Can you not imagine yourself in the shoes of ALL parties involved? Arthur C …
Pinterest introduces Secret Boards, just in time for the holidays
Thu Nov 8, 2012
I hope they do stick around after Christmas! I had to make a second account for baby stuff because my family is baby crazy. Post one funny onesie pic and they all think you're pregnant again.
What I wish I knew before I had my baby
Sun Sep 23, 2012
Holy cow. What happened to you thankfully does not happen to every mother. Yes, It is a bit irritating for the first few weeks but I never experienced blisters and skin loss. Lets not scare people away from trying their best and figuring out what works for them.
Cop drags woman, 77, from car after ID refusal
Thu Sep 13, 2012
How long does it take to give your info really? She said to keep it quick and she was the one holding up the process!
What is the worst-dressed city in America?
Fri Jun 1, 2012
I just think the "Alaska Style" is misunderstood. It is an aquired taste. No one appreciates a rugged Alaskan man wearing Carharts, flannel and XtraTuf boots as much as a typical Alaskan woman does. Rawr.
Bobbie's Buzz: Bath goo? Mismatched shoes? Cool stuff for kids
Fri Mar 9, 2012
3 things I would never buy: a $100 stuffed animal, a bathtub full of chemicals, and a pair of shoes that makes my kid look like he got dressed in the dark.
Father of abducted barista,18, pleads for her return
Sun Feb 5, 2012
In Anchorage there are drive through coffee carts every few blocks. It is an important part of the story because (and I don't know WHY this is not included) the coffee cart was robbed and she was drug down the street at gun or knife point. She was alone and closing up for the night. They have survei …
Breast-feeding at work now protected by law
Wed Jan 4, 2012
I feel like the real underlying issue here is "why do breastfeeding mothers have to work?" Did you know that almost all other countries have paid maternity leave (except 4 countries, including the US). Their government PAYS them to stay home with their children. Raising a child is viewed as a very i …
Airman arrives from Iraq just in time for baby's birth in Connecticut
Fri Dec 16, 2011
Don't feed the trolls!!!!!!!!
Alaska man stranded in snow 3 days survives on frozen beer
Sat Dec 3, 2011
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