Key word - consent. You could always not consent to be scanned - but that would result in you not getting on your plane.
It's really easy to tell if it's a good seal. Put the mask on, and put your hands over the inlets for the cartridges. If you can breath in, it's not a good fit. Pretty simple. No "professional" required.
Yeah, try telling stupid people that. It's much easier to tell people to wear masks to protect themselves than to protect other people. People are such selfish f***s.
His point is that it's not 100s of executive orders every day, which is what the OP was saying. It's funny how Republicans and Tea Baggers claim Obama is a dictator but when their guy was in office, they were strangely quiet.
*sigh* 2 minutes of Googling demonstrates that average hasn't actually changed much: https://www.federalregister.go... 2013 - 21 2012 - 38 2011 - 33 2010 - 35 2009 - 39 Super majority or not, he signed more in the first two years than he did in the second two.
I call BS. On average Obama signs only 38 executive orders per YEAR. On average only one more than Bush, and 10 less than Reagan https://www.politicususa.com/2014/02/16/myth-busted-analysis-reveals-president-obama-behaving-dictator.html
I'll stick with Bernie Sanders myself.
Or you could assume that your money is going to fund heart transplants and cancer treatment. Money is fungible after all.
Also, are you saying that people who take heart medication because they have a heart condition shouldn't be covered? Who are you to decide what should and shouldn't be covered?
So you're saying that sex leads to kids 100% of the time?
Couple of things to note: 1) The contraceptive pill doesn't *just* stop women from getting pregnant. Many women take it as it makes their periods less painful and shorter. Ergo the pill has a multi-faceted purpose. 2) If you (and I don't just mean the OP) believe that men shouldn't help cover the pill because it's not their responsibility, then they should stop having sex with women who aren't on the pill. There's a reason why women take men to court to help pay for the children those men helped to create. If you can't do the time, don't do the crime.
I want to seem them prove they risk going to hell. Once they can prove that hell exists, then they can prove that paying for contraception (whether they use it or not) risks eternal damnation. Extra ordinary claims require extra ordinary evidence.
I find most wars unethical - yet I have to pay for them.
It's lucky then that churches don't pay taxes, or they'd have to fund the wars the rest of us have to pay for - whether we agree with them or not.
It also sounds like someone in government can't write a contract that specifically forbid IBM from subcontracting the whole thing!