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It offers something to please every palate - so long as it's been deadened by sonic abuse.
The Pro-Life Encyclopedia notes that it may be said that the abortion holocaust is far worse than the Nazi one, not on& in sheer numbers of deaths, but in the fact that tens of millions of women have had their consciences deadened to the point that they want to abort their children for the sake of convenience.
You can charge and chamber a round five times before you risk a deadened round that won't fire.
Meanwhile, the rest of us continue to live deadened lives numbed by everything science can throw at us.
He described friends who months before had been "hobbling along, their cheekbones poking out of their skin, their eyes deadened and looking down.