Pada kesempatan kali ini saya ingin berbagi tentang sebuah kometar perkembangan janin 3 bulan yang ditulis pada sebuah blog yang berekstensi majalah kehamilan. DI blog tersebut dijelaskan bahwa janin 3 bulan telah memiliki bentuk tubuh, wajah, kepala, kaki dan tangan. pada saat ini si janin atau fetus telah memiliki ruh dan oleh karena itu dilarang atau sangat dilarang adanya tindakan aborsi di saat umur janin sudah mencapai 3 bulan.
Banyak sekali orang saat ini kita lihat tidak peduli dengan umur sebuah janin, pokoknya kalau dirasa tidak sesuai atau dari hasil yang akan membuat aib maka kandungan akan digugurkan. Padahal dalam kandungan si janin telah memiliki roh selayaknya manusia alam fana. Apa dasar mereka mengaborsi? ya, dasarnya hanya karena malu pada manusia lain, tapi mereka tidak malu pada sang pencipta. Sangat miris bukan? tapi seperti itulah kenyataan yang banyak kita temui saat ini.
Janin yang sudah 3 bulan sudah mampu:
- Belajar makan
- Menghisap dan mengemut
- Cemberut dan beberapa ekspresi lain
- Sudah mampu menggerakkan tangan dan kaki (walau masih terbatas)
itulah beberapa hal tentang janin 3 bulan yang harus kita pahami, silahkan baca lanjutan selengkapnya di sini. saya hanya meneruskan sedikit artikel kehamilan yang ada di blog tersebut, disana juag terdapat maslah makanan untuk ibu hamil, cara menjaga pertambahan berat badan ibu hamil dan menyusui.
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Coba kita perhatikan fenomena yang berkembang saat ini, begitu banyak anak sekolah yang membawa kendaraan ke sekolah. Kalau kita tanya apakah mereka memiliki SIM, saya yakin 100% mereka tidak memiliki sama sekali. Sebab orang yang berhak mendapatkan sim adalah orang yang telah berumur minimal 17 tahun. Lagipula salah satu syarat pembuatan SIM A dan C adalah melampirkan Fotokopi KTP. Lha anak sekolah yang umurnya belum 17 tahun tidak mungkin memiliki KTP kan? membuat KTP/ SIM tidak sama dengan membuat paspor tentunya.
Siapa yang salah dalam fenomena ini? orang tuakah? siswa kah? atau pihak sekolah? yang pasti ketiganya tidak salah. yang salah itu adalah petugas penegak hukum yang berlaku. Coba mereka tegas dengan aturan lalu lintas yang ada, merazia semua anak sekolah yang berkendara pasti banyak anak sekolah yang tidak lagi membawa motor ke sekolah. Ini tidak, polisi lalu lintas seolah membiarkan saja, bahkan mungkin mereka sendiri membiarkan anak mereka membawa motor ke sekolah.
apapun alasannya seharusnya pemerintah tegas dalam hal aturan lalu lintas ini demi kebaikan bersama. saya yakin bila aturan lalu lintas ditegakkan maka kemacetan di jalan raya akan berkuran. sebab banyak sekali pengemudi di jalan raya tersebut sebenarnya tidak memiliki SIM, polisi juga tahu hal itu, tapi entah dengan alasan apa mereka tetap membiarkan.
seharusnya kita mulai berbenah, demi kebaikan bersama dan demi keselamatan anak-anak penerus generasi bangsa ini. Bukan motor mereka yang menjadikan mereka berprestasi, tapi disiplin dan ketekunan mereka belajarlah yang akan membawa mereka ke arah yang lebih baik di masa depan.
Filmy, trucky type stuff
Every few weeks or so a bunch of mobile film/TV production facilities turn up at the car-park across the road from my office. There’s a catering truck, various trailers and all sorts of other filmy, trucky type stuff – also you occasionally see a limo dropping off somebody smart looking, although I’ve never spotted anybody famous floating around.
Sometimes this lot stays there for a few days, sometimes just an afternoon. You never really see any filming going on, so I presume it’s taking place in a nearby building. It’s been going on the whole time I’ve been in my job, about 18 months, and nobody else in the office has a clue what it’s all about.
Ummm… that’s about it really. What? Screw you, this shit can’t all be gold.
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Yet another Xtreme
Riddle me this…
A high percentage of the population routinely speeds, so the government decides that the best response to this is to increase the speed limit, because if lots of people break a law then the law is probably stupid. 32,955 people were killed in UK traffic accidents in the past decade, and 333,493 were seriously injured.
A high percentage of the population also routinely take soft drugs. The number of deaths over the same period cause by ecstasy/MDMA is 464, and cannabis is 84.*
Given that taking drugs is a considerably safer activity that using the roads, can we assume they’re going to change this law as well?
*How the fuck anybody dies from cannabis, I will never know.
I should stop watching the news
Repeal the Human Rights Act? Blinding idea, just other night I was sitting at home thinking about how I’ve got too many human rights and what I really need is for the government to take some of them away from me.
Sell off more council houses? Genius, just what the country needs, let’s get rid of the remaining handful of homes which are affordable for people who don’t work as hedge fund managers, that’s totally going to solve the housing crisis.
Let kids leave school at 14? Sure, why not create an entire generation of undereducated illiterates with zero employment prospects, how could there possibly be a downside to that?
Tax breaks for married couples? Great stuff. Why don’t we just round up all the single people and put them into prison camps while we’re at it?
The first device to be described as a “smartphone” was the R380, invented in 2000 by Ericsson. The iPhone was launched 7 years later.
The first portable MP3 player was called the Audio Highway and was released in 1996, five years before anybody had ever heard of the iPod.
The first tablet computers were conceived in the fifties, although you could argue that the idea of a tablet computer really came to prominence in 2000 when Microsoft made an effort to popularise the devices. The iPad was launched in 2010.
The first personal computer based on a graphical user interface with a mouse was released in 1973 by Xerox, ten years ahead of Apple’s Lisa (the company’s first computer to use a graphical interface).
Steve Jobs was a brilliant man who made an outstanding contribution to the technology industry and helped shape the modern world, but he did not invent any of these things.
I know planning laws exist for a good reason and everything, but I’ve got a lot of sympathy for the residents of the Dale Farm camp that Basildon council wants to tear down.
Housing in the UK is beyond fucked up. It costs a fortune to rent, never mind buy, a place to call home, and most people seem to think that perpetually rising property prices are in some way a positive thing. When any other cost of living rises, even slightly, people start grumbling about Rip-Off Britain, but when the cost of putting a roof over your family’s head starts to climb, people whoop and cheer like it’s raining money.
The only people who win are the banks. You have to borrow more to buy a home, you pay more interest, you spend more of your life working for the bank instead of yourself. More expensive property also equals higher rents – there is no cheap alternative. You get poorer, the bank gets richer. But still we think this is preferable to living in a world where decent homes are affordable.
The travellers have got the right idea if you ask me – instead of getting sucked into a lifetime of usury, they get a good deal on some land and build their own homes. But people fucking hate them for it. The prevailing attitude about this story (especially amongst the vile nimby, Daily Mail, middle England crowd) seems to be “The rest of us have to spend our lives as downtrodden wage-slaves getting arse-raped by the bank every month, so what the fuck gives those gypos the right to do as they please?”
Good luck to them for having the balls to opt out of a shitty, unfair system, I say. If it was even vaguely affordable to put a roof over your head any other way, they wouldn’t need to do it.
People say that as you get older, start a family, buy property, make more money, you tend to edge towards the right in your political attitudes. Personally, as all that stuff has happened to me, I’ve found myself leaning even further to the left. In fact, the older I get, the more respect I have for this guy:
Not only does Tony Benn rock a pipe like a total bad-ass, he also comes out with stuff like this:
“As a minister, I experienced the power of industrialists and bankers to get their way by use of the crudest form of economic pressure, even blackmail, against a Labour Government. Compared to this, the pressure brought to bear in industrial disputes is minuscule. This power was revealed even more clearly when the IMF secured cuts in our public expenditure. These lessons led me to the conclusion that the UK is only superficially governed by MPs and the voters who elect them. Parliamentary democracy is, in truth, little more than a means of securing a periodical change in the management team, which is then allowed to preside over a system that remains in essence intact.”
Pretty ballsy thing to say for a former government minister, especially since he wrote that decades before the banking crisis, austerity cuts and all the rest of it, in 1988.