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Of course we can't. It's the vortex you know...
Does "vomit-blogging" count in bodily fluids? Certainly it must.Oh, and lactation. And lactivism.[Trying to earn my pay as Official Historian of the Althouse Blog.]
Ooh, Ruth Anne, that reminds me I need a "breastblogging" tag!
This is certainly a seminal moment in the history of the Althouse blog.
Definitely. The vortex is flowing right along.
This specimen needs the tag, too.
I reject that one as a "bodily fluids" post. Not semen-y enough.
And yet, in that very post [the rejected one] you said to commenter 37921: 37921: Thanks for reminding me that this post is another example of my obsession with bodily fluids.Apparently, it was bodily fluid-like enough for you to be reminded of your self-proclaimed "obsession."
I think perhaps I was just more susceptible to suggestions in the comments back then.I don't think a post about two women searching for their sperm-donor dad is about bodily fluids. The mere mention of sperm is not enough. The mere mention of semen, however, is. See the difference?
I think perhaps I was just more susceptible to suggestions in the comments back then.Uh-huh. Sounds like a little spin to me.The mere mention of sperm is not enough. The mere mention of semen, however, is.Not only did the thread discuss sperm, it also segued into blood.Tell me, how can a man donate sperm without donating his semen as well? I know how someone who's been vasectomized can donate semen without sperm, but, in the normal course of sperm donorship [which this post is about], the semen is included.Just cut some slack here. Do you know how much volume a Blog Historian has to go through? Proper tagging now means better historical scholarship later. Be Clintonian. Think about your legacy.
I realize the bodily fluid -- semen -- is implied in the discussion of sperm. But the sperm per se is not a bodily fluid. So that is only a case of implied bodily fluid.It's just a question of interpretation, whether you want to think of the categories broadly, so that implied things are enough.
Oh now this is just becoming a pissing contest. The home rule is always in effect. Althouse does what Althouse wants on Althouse's blog.
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