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Wednesday, March 24th, 2004

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8:46p
Gnawing through the Leash!
That's the way I feel. Tommorrow is the last day RMS can bind me to the fucking second. The Queen of Wands Cartoon

for today is a perfect example of why I need to get out to the field.

Let me oooooouuuuuuuuuuut. I've beeen gooood boy! Llllllllleeett mmmmmmeeeeee ooooouuuuuuttttt!

So Friday is my one day of ride along, unlike the HSD techs who have been fapping off all month, and monday I start Pole Certification. Get certified for climbing ladders & using gaffs & all that cool shite.

Am I making a mistake? Who cares! I'm off the fucking phones! Wheeeee!

Current Mood: ditzy
9:57p
Would someone PLEASE get the GA house's mind out of the gutter?
Ok, I know about clitoral vasectomies that were the original point (possibly) of the bill, but please...

Georgia House Bans Genital Piercings

ATLANTA (AP) -- Genital piercings for women were banned by the Georgia House Wednesday as lawmakers considered a bill outlining punishments for female genital mutilation.

The bill would make such mutilation punishable by two to 20 years in prison. It makes no exception for people who give consent to have the procedure performed on their daughters out of religious or cultural custom.

An amendment adopted without objection added "piercing" to the list of things that may not be done to female genitals. Even adult women would not be allowed to get the procedure. The bill eventually passed 160-0, with no debate.

Amendment sponsor Rep. Bill Heath, R-Bremen, was slack-jawed when told after the vote that some adults seek the piercings.

"What? I've never seen such a thing," Heath said. "I, uh, I wouldn't approve of anyone doing it. I don't think that's an appropriate thing to be doing."

The ban applies only to women, not men. The bill has already been approved by the Senate but now must return to that chamber because of the piercing amendment. Both chambers of the Legislature must agree on a single version of a bill before it can go to the governor for final approval.

So, labia rings bad, prince albert good.

Let me write that down, it's not exactly intuitive.

Current Mood: confused

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