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OO,

The answer to how would it work is that it would be the same and those crossing over in good faith would not be susceptible to prosecution or being thrown out. Those committing crimes would, as they are now, be subject to prosecution.

We don't have bathroom police standing guard at every bathroom in America to make sure that people don't cross over now. And, people do cross over at times. The statistics do not support the fear that was stoked to claim it would lead to harm.

Isn't that what bias really is - allowing rational thought and evidence to be overcome by fear, revulsion, hatred or even ignorance?
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RE: Baseball de-commitment
(Yesterday 09:01 PM)kinderowl Wrote:  OO,

The answer to how would it work is that it would be the same and those crossing over in good faith would not be susceptible to prosecution or being thrown out. Those committing crimes would, as they are now, be subject to prosecution.

We don't have bathroom police standing guard at every bathroom in America to make sure that people don't cross over now. And, people do cross over at times. The statistics do not support the fear that was stoked to claim it would lead to harm.

Isn't that what bias really is - allowing rational thought and evidence to be overcome by fear, revulsion, hatred or even ignorance?
could someone PLEASE get this thread on-topic???
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Rivera never visited Rice. His whole relationship was with Van Hook.
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RE: Baseball de-commitment
(Today 02:14 AM)HawaiiOwl Wrote:  
(Yesterday 09:01 PM)kinderowl Wrote:  OO,

The answer to how would it work is that it would be the same and those crossing over in good faith would not be susceptible to prosecution or being thrown out. Those committing crimes would, as they are now, be subject to prosecution.

We don't have bathroom police standing guard at every bathroom in America to make sure that people don't cross over now. And, people do cross over at times. The statistics do not support the fear that was stoked to claim it would lead to harm.

Isn't that what bias really is - allowing rational thought and evidence to be overcome by fear, revulsion, hatred or even ignorance?
could someone PLEASE get this thread on-topic???

I'm out. maybe that will help.
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RE: Baseball de-commitment
(Today 10:37 AM)OptimisticOwl Wrote:  
(Today 02:14 AM)HawaiiOwl Wrote:  
(Yesterday 09:01 PM)kinderowl Wrote:  OO,

The answer to how would it work is that it would be the same and those crossing over in good faith would not be susceptible to prosecution or being thrown out. Those committing crimes would, as they are now, be subject to prosecution.

We don't have bathroom police standing guard at every bathroom in America to make sure that people don't cross over now. And, people do cross over at times. The statistics do not support the fear that was stoked to claim it would lead to harm.

Isn't that what bias really is - allowing rational thought and evidence to be overcome by fear, revulsion, hatred or even ignorance?
could someone PLEASE get this thread on-topic???

I'm out. maybe that will help.

Every little bit helps!

Mucho Mahalo!
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RE: Baseball de-commitment
(Today 12:20 PM)HawaiiOwl Wrote:  
(Today 10:37 AM)OptimisticOwl Wrote:  
(Today 02:14 AM)HawaiiOwl Wrote:  
(Yesterday 09:01 PM)kinderowl Wrote:  OO,

The answer to how would it work is that it would be the same and those crossing over in good faith would not be susceptible to prosecution or being thrown out. Those committing crimes would, as they are now, be subject to prosecution.

We don't have bathroom police standing guard at every bathroom in America to make sure that people don't cross over now. And, people do cross over at times. The statistics do not support the fear that was stoked to claim it would lead to harm.

Isn't that what bias really is - allowing rational thought and evidence to be overcome by fear, revulsion, hatred or even ignorance?
could someone PLEASE get this thread on-topic???

I'm out. maybe that will help.

Every little bit helps!

Mucho Mahalo!

yep. sorry I had to ask what the furor was all about instead of just taking the side against him.
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