Bag’s Take-Away:
I think this is true and I still don’t understand why corporate interests, which promote right wing causes all over the U.S., still penalize women for having the children they want her to have. 
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Bag’s Take-Away:

I think this is true and I still don’t understand why corporate interests, which promote right wing causes all over the U.S., still penalize women for having the children they want her to have.

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Bag’s Take-Away:

Valentine’s pick-of-the-day from my cynical self. X-raying flower boxes for drugs. Somebody please send this woman a box of chocolates!

…Did you notice her red lanyard by the way?

via: The Atlanic’s 37 photo Valentine’s clickfest - 3.5 minutes you’ll never see again.

(photo: Guillermo Granja/Reuters caption: A customs inspector X-rays boxes of flowers packed for export, checking for drugs at Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito, Ecuador, on February 10, 2012.)

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Topping LIFE.com’s 2011 Best Photo Blogs — follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Bag’s Take-Away:

Valentine’s pick-of-the-day from my cynical self. X-raying flower boxes for drugs. Somebody please send this woman a box of chocolates!

…Did you notice her red lanyard by the way?

via: The Atlanic’s 37 photo Valentine’s clickfest - 3.5 minutes you’ll never see again.

(photo: Guillermo Granja/Reuters caption: A customs inspector X-rays boxes of flowers packed for export, checking for drugs at Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito, Ecuador, on February 10, 2012.)

Visit BagNewsNotes: Today’s Media Images Analyzed

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