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September 29th, 2013 - 2:30 pm

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Huh. Who knew?

Maybe having sex in cars can work as birth control.

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Well, data does show that human fertility rates decline as autos are introduced into various societies.

But I don’t need to say “correlation doesn’t equal causation” here, right?

And besides, it seems kinda obvious that men’s prostates are more prone to damage from bouncing around in a car than women’s ovaries.
42 weeks ago
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The man is an absolute Progressive! I'm amazed that he even knows that women have Ovaries.

Or Pelvises for that matter.
42 weeks ago
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The Saudis are know for their deep and loving concern for women and women's issues.
42 weeks ago
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wait, what? Why would it affect those more than SITTING in a car? HOW can he sell that?
My head, it hurts.
42 weeks ago
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He's the Sheik and he said so; that's how he sells it.

As Mel Brooks said: "It's good to be the king"
42 weeks ago
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Well, maybe they are equally harmful. Best thing is for women to stay home and practice their domestic skills, like paring cucumbers and cutting mandarin oranges into thin slices.
42 weeks ago
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I have anecdotal evidence that ovaries have an adverse effect on operating motor vehicles.
42 weeks ago
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So by Newton's Second Law operating motor vehicles has an adverse effect on ovaries.

QED.
42 weeks ago
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I'm sure they're motivated by nothing except an unbiased love of scientific truth.

You know. Just like Al Gore.

Speaking of nothing... I've heard of reverse PSYCHOLOGY. What's reverse physiology? A lipodistribution treatment, where you add fat to someone to encourage them to take losing weight more seriously?
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