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  12. https://states-men.linknerd.nl/
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  14. by cj on 2005 Oct 30 - 16:12 | reply to this comment
  15. Nature isn't concerned about individuals
  16. It doesn't care if you like eating egg and cheese sandwiches, the life of a single organism is irrelevant, nature dictates how the SPECIES operates and survives.
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  18. Men by nature have a need to sow their seed in as many women as possible, to sire as much offspring as they can. This is to ensure the survival of the species, now whether the man gets AIDS and dies, along with %50 of his mates and %25 of his children, most of his children will survive, and some of them will have a chance of developing resistance to becoming HIV infected. Result : More humans, better resistance. It's evolution.
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  20. by a Taken In Hand reader on 2005 Dec 6 - 08:03 | reply to this comment
  21. Men and nature
  22. It may indeed be nature's way for men to sew as many seeds as possible,but as Katherine Hepburn says to Humphrey Bogart in 'The African Queen'; "Nature, Mr Allnut, is what we are put in this world to rise above."
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  24. what a beautiful, thought-provoking article! Thank you for writing it. :)
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  26. by BlueRose on 2005 Aug 8 - 20:19 | reply to this comment
  27. The 'merry war'
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