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Friday, June 20, 2008

17 Girls Pregnant in Teen Age "Pregnancy Pact"

Seriously these kids these days. I don't care what anybody says, these kids are scarier than we EVER were. Can you believe this?

A Massachusetts city is investigating an apparent teenage "pregnancy pact" that has at least 17 high-school girls expecting babies, four times more than last year, including many aged 16 or younger.

A high school health clinic in the city of Gloucester became suspicious after seeing a surge in girls seeking pregnancy tests. Local officials said Thursday nearly half of those who became pregnant appear to have entered into a pact to have their babies together over the year.

"Some girls seemed more upset when they weren't pregnant than when they were," MSNBC
THIS is what your modern day education system is cranking out. IDIOTS!

Selfish little twits! IDIOTS! Creating a new innocent life as part of a pact. IDIOTS!

Some of the students, upon hearing the news, started talking of plans for baby showers, Sullivan told the magazine.
Selfish. Selfish. Selfish. Those poor babies.

local officials said at least some of the men involved in the pregnancies were in their mid-20s, including one man who appeared to be homeless. Others were boys in the school.
Idiots! Selfish Idiots!

How many of you even speak to a handful of the people you kicked it with in high school with any regularity? Idiots!

When you have a toddler screaming at you at 2 Am in the morning, we'll see how much FUN babies can be. Healthcare, food, diapers, daycare. These poor babies being born to a bunch of selfish idiots!

If you want meaning for your life or are directionless, join a club, volunteer after school, get a hobby, read a dayum book, join the NAVY, they'll take you at 17. I mean has teen age life changed THAT much? Idiots! Having a child for all the wrong reasons. Nw they want to hand out contraception, but these idiots would not have taken it. The greatest contraception is sometimes common sense and these folks had none.

A child is not a letterman's jacket.

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