On Apr 27, 2006, at 4:59 AM, Klaus Stock wrote:
>>> In the memo released by the FDA, Dr. Curtis Rosebraugh, an agency
>>> medical officer, wrote: "As an example, she [Woodcock] stated
>>> that we
>>> could not anticipate, or prevent extreme promiscuous behaviors such
>>> as the medication taking on an 'urban legend' status that would lead
>>> adolescents to form sex-based cults centered around the use of
>>> Plan B."
I'm not sure why you find this so outrageous a belief: Consider the
almost complete dissolution of social order that followed the invention
of "The Pill". And is it a surprise to me that the commencement of WWI
coincides almost perfectly with the invention of the latex condom?
I'd tell you that you have your head up your ass, but that would cause
a craniorectal sex cult to begin and flourish.
>> The things folks will make themselves believe. You know, this is why
>> the First Amendment is so important. Without it, we'd have a hard
>> time tracking the crazy people. :)
> First of all, the statement seems to be based on the idea that "sex
> is bad".
> Is that really an idea which has been generally accepted?
Do you not watch horror movies? *Everyone* who has sex gets killed.
sex is bad.
> Then how comes that the U.S. americans have not died out a long
> time ago? I
> mean, unlike the Brits, they don't even have "dirty weekends". Is
> it perhaps
> a big conspiracy, and all true american have indeed died out due to
> the lack
> of reporoduction...and all "citizens" of the USA nowadays are
I think it has something to do with Ambien, Viagra, etc: those things
being advertised SO much on TV and spam that it HAS to be a big
> I'll need to discuss thid with JFK the next time I visit Elvis in
I don't know what all the "Bielefeld-Verschwörung" fuss is about. As
far as I
can tell, it's just the European end of a wormhole like we have in