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Love really is blind
Posted on Wednesday, 7 July, 2004 |
Image credit: CC 2.0 Stewart Butterfield
Neuroscience can at last explain why we can't see faults in our lovers or children.
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on 7 July, 2004, 16:59
write, we need love to procreate. NOT, think how many condoms are sold each year? has it ever occured to these people that some kids just want to go get laid enough said.
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