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You mean that doesn't work?

Well, scratch that big hope.

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Close ... they want a world where only they (the Righteous) have a good life. When the heathens have nice things, it suggests that God doesn't favor them -- and that really pisses them off.

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Would be nice if Googling "NOM" got you the home page of the National Organization of Morons.

I take small pleasure in the fact that nom.org belongs to the "Nation of Men" of San Franciso. Nom nom nom!

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If you are adopted by gays and happen to be gay, you've hit the jackpot. NOM will pay you good money if you let them parade you around and point to you, screaming "SEE? SEE?"

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You forgot, suicide is also bad.

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Whose asshole is taut?

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If I am not mistaken Roberts' kids are "snowflake babies". Having children to make political points is Gawd's way, apparently.

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trouble is, you have to buy them by the pallet. I think that's what happened to Mike and Carol Brady

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or for the puppy, assuming you haven't already eaten him

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you've got to reach around the aisle with these clowns

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I always get the waiver and I bring them back full...

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Jeffery, is dat you?

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I'm thinking instead of going through all the hassle of adopting out these babies to the undesirable second tier parents, we just invest in a quality press and enjoy some fresh virgin baby oil... (extra virgin, if the birth parents are named Joe and Mary)

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According to the eminent federal judge, the Hon. Richard Posner (Reagan appointee), selling babies is an excellent example of the benefits of the free market.

Babies are a desired commodity, and expensive. (Well, the white ones are, anyway. Screw the others.) So the richest people will have the greatest success in acquiring babies, and the babies will therefore grow up in the lap of luxury, which is of course a good thing. And you thought you were being satirical.

Cf. Posner, "The Regulation of the Market in Adoptions," 67 Boston University Law Review 59 (1987). Available here: pubpages.unh.edu/~nicks/pdf...

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I saw a baby in a grocery cart at my local Costco and I said to the mother "You can buy anything in this store!". Mothers have no sense of humor sometimes.

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