Re: Babies born out of wedlock
- From: "the toast in the machine" <jimbalayaus@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 22 Jan 2006 10:40:35 -0800
I. M. White wrote:
> <SallyDrell@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > Isn't wedlock a terrible-sounding word? Sounds like prison. Anyway,
> > Dave has something in common with Albert Einstein. His first child, a
> > daughter, was also born out of wedlock, but he eventually married the
> > mother, one Mileva Maric, and they produced two sons after that. So
> > maybe there's hope Dave will eventually follow the genius's lead and
> > get married. (Unfortunately, the daughter never lived with the married
> > Einsteins, but that's another story.) The Einsteins ultimately
> > divorced. It's late, so ultimately looks wrong to me. But you get the
> > message...she never really forgave Albert for the absence of her
> > daughter, Lieserl.
> > Sally
> Liberal policy at work. Today's girls, instead of deciding if this is the
> man I want to spend the rest of my life with, now silently wonders if he is
> the one she wants visiting her children every weekend. IOW, no morals or
> I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if it was revealed that dl is a closet
> homosexual who has the "girlfriend" on the payroll for appearances sake.
No, that would be Tom Cruise. Uh oh, he's gonna sue me now.
> does exhibit all of the characteristics.
Do you mean all of the same characteristics exhibited by Roy Cohn,
Rudolf Hess, J. Edgar Hoover, and Tinky Winky?
> Furthermore, having a nanny raising the child goes to show that he or the
> "girlfriend" aren't much at being parents. Having money doesn't negate the
> responsibly of rearing your own children. It's not like the fat-ass does
> anything all day other than leach off of dl's wealth.
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