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  1. Nid is offline

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Goldfish industry kickbacks! LOL!!
  2. udo is offline

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    The dogs are not genetically modified, they're inbred. There's a difference. Inbreeding is fine.
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    They need a picture of the glowing fish.
  4. Deadpan Scientist is offline

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    They should make glow in the dark children. Imagine your rotten teenage kids trying to sneak out at night while they glow hot pink.
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    Liberals rule. "Your rights end where my feelings begin. Cuz I said so."
    What...? Banning something harmless for 'ethical reasons'/feelings is a conservative tendency, not liberal. Of course every person is different and who they vote for doesn't always tell you what their opinions are

    They should make glow in the dark children. Imagine your rotten teenage kids trying to sneak out at night while they glow hot pink.
    LOL
  6. Nid is offline

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    What...? Banning something harmless for 'ethical reasons'/feelings is a conservative tendency, not liberal.

    When it comes to animals/nature/california, it's liberal. Or "neo liberal" if that makes you happy.
  7. Dochter is offline

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    It could be argued that a bichon frisee (sp) is more of an aberration. There are glowing fish in the world which were not genetically engineered, there are no "natural" white, tiny afro wearing canids.

    Some may think they're cute, I think they're ridiculous.
  8. phoebe is offline

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    What...? Banning something harmless for 'ethical reasons'/feelings is a conservative tendency, not liberal.
    When it comes to animals/nature/california, it's liberal. Or "neo liberal" if that makes you happy.
    Ok, point taken... in general. But the 'playing with God' objection specific here is conservative for sure
  9. Freddy is offline

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    Well you have glow in the dark condoms. Why not glow in the dark fishes?
    Whats next?
    Ghost of Charles Dickens
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    Glow in the dark fishes that you wear as a condom?
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