Discussion in 'The Bar' started by DrivenByDemons, Jun 6, 2013.
you also made the math thread about imaginary i. you might be a nerd bro
yea, pretty much
was that there before I posted?
oh now I look like a copycat smartass
no credit to rutherford eh . he did his famous gold foiled experiment in nantrax province . i wonder what nan will think of your oversight
no canadian has done anything, ever
No Southern Californian has done anything, ever
Personally, I'd be more impressed if they'd invent real phasers.
o u mad
"The Greatest Canadian Ever"
Tommy Douglas graduated from Brandon College in 1930, and completed his Master's degree (M.A.) in Sociology from McMaster University in 1933. His thesis entitled The Problems of the Subnormal Family endorsed eugenics.[SUP][/SUP] The thesis proposed a system that would have required couples seeking to marry to be certified as mentally and morally fit. Those deemed to be "subnormal" because of low intelligence, moral laxity or venereal disease would be sent to state farms or camps while those judged to be mentally defective or incurably diseased would be sterilized.[SUP]
eugenics was spawned a long time before nazism
yeah, and your nazi dude won "best canadian ever"
you equivocating like mothafucka
not me dude; check out when he got out of school and was doing his thesis
Douglas rarely mentioned his thesis later in his life and his government never enacted eugenics policies even though two official reviews of Saskatchewan's mental health system recommended such a program when he became premier and minister of health. By that time, many people questioned eugenics after Nazi Germany had embraced it to create a "master race". Instead, Douglas implemented vocational training for the mentally handicapped and therapy for those suffering from mental disorders.[Note 1]
What's your point? the founding fathers of the USA had slaves, doesn't invalidate them as great Americans