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Comment: Re:Already changed (Score 0) 221

Blizzard is fine with their game being used in the female-only tournament, though. Curious. That's the change that was made, by the way. There are no longer separate tournaments for men and women. Now there is a separate tournament for women only, and one open to all.

Feminism can't even do "separate but equal" right.

Comment: Re:Really? (Score 2) 437

by GungaDan (#45200675) Attached to: TSA Airport Screenings Now Start Before You Arrive At the Airport

I think the parent poster meant to indicate that the security line itself presents a target for attack, rather than that the screening process (aside from the requirement of a lengthy queue) was dangerous.

I might debate that, though, having suffered a cut on the sole of my foot from broken glass on the floor in one of those lines, past the "remove your shoes now" sign. Stay classy, Milwaukee International.


NSA Intercepted French Telephone Calls "On a Massive Scale" 330

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the french-people-don't-deserve-privacy dept.
rtoz writes "The US National Security Agency (NSA) has been intercepting French telephone calls 'on a massive scale,' according to a report published in Le Monde. According to Le Monde, the NSA recorded millions of telephone calls placed by French citizens over a 30-day period last year, including some placed by people with no connections to terrorist organizations. France called in the U.S. ambassador to protest the alleged large-scale spying on French citizens by NSA."

Comment: Thanks, feminism! (Score 0) 130

by GungaDan (#42980017) Attached to: Unnecessary Medical Procedures and the Dangers of Robot Surgery

"annual Pap tests for middle-aged women â" may be necessary in some cases, but are often not beneficial and may even cause harm"

Does nobody here remember the wailing, gnashing of teeth and rending of garments from the feminism industry when the study expressing the above findings re: annual pap smears was published? It was not that long ago. It's probably part of the current narrative of the mythological "war on women." How dare those study results conclude that the three times more Americans spend on women's healthcare than on men's may not all be entirely necessary?!? MISOGYNY! War on womyn! Won't somebody PLEASE think of the vaginas?

And so the unnecessary spending continues, the feminism industry secures more funding to make its hysterical voice heard, and no progress is made. Thanks, feminism!

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