fluffy_butternut880 karma2020-05-29 14:17:37 UTC
It is beyond fucked up that someone in your situation has to rely on chance to chose the manner of their passing.
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fluffy_butternut113 karma2019-02-23 03:37:40 UTC
I believe this has been done previously in the US and Scientology was able to claim an exemption because they are treated like a real religion in the US.
I did hear about a case in Canada that was successful on these grounds.
fluffy_butternut82 karma2019-02-23 06:05:27 UTC
Would or Should?
Would, for the same reasons they don't have to pay taxes.
Should, they shouldn't.
fluffy_butternut42 karma2014-10-15 08:38:15 UTC
First rule of the American justice system: don't be poor.
fluffy_butternut28 karma2020-05-29 14:14:40 UTC
I apologize in advance if this comes across as insensitive or offensive.
After some of the things I have read and direct experiences in my life I THINK that if I got diagnosed with cancer and it was fairly advanced that I would be inclined to not go through chemo and just try to enjoy whatever time I have left.
Can you provide some insight into your thought process to have chemo treatments this third time?
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