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Eight possible ad slogans for the morning-after pill Plan B should the Food and Drug Administration make it available for over-the-counter sales

8. “The un-abortion.nn

7. “Because right-to-lifers can’t picket your medicine cabinet.nn

6. “In case of alleged attack by the Duke lacrosse team, take two.nn

5. “Ask your pharmacist ... then wait for a sermon.nn

4. “Sooner or later, rhythm is gonna get you.nn

3. “Such a good idea, it was banned in Mississippi.nn

2. “Aren’t you glad you use it? Don’t you wish mother Coulter had?nn

1. “It’s round and white'much like the congressmen who fought tooth-and-nail to keep it illegal.

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