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February 27, 2009

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annie

I missed this story! "A few pickles short of a jar" pretty much nails it for this sorry bunch. :)

Diana

But Jerry, it might have just been one heck of a bird. You never know.

Plus $175 is nothing to sneeze at nowadays. You can almost get three trailer payments out of that.

I think the proof of your pickle theory is that they did not seem to worry, for a moment, that someone might see a couple of new kids around those two rocket scientists and think, "hmmmm i don't even remember Brandy being pregnant. I wonder if she stole them kids at Walmart." Which of course she didn't. She paid for them fair and square.

Kim

Don't remember the exact quote, but it's from the movie Parenthood and goes something like this, "You need a license to fish. You need a license to own a gun, but any idiot can have a child."

Chiocciola

Hilarious - and extremely sad! What in the world were they thinking? "Few pickles short of a jar" - I'll have to use that one sometime!!

girasoli

I heard about this story on the radio on my drive in to work. Unbelievable. Kim said it best about giving out licenses.

Marcia

And of course out here in California, we are living (and will be paying for) with the saga of the Octomom - talk about issuing licenses!

JDeQ

Can you imagine these folks raising kids . . . any of them? It boogles the mind! Marcia - don't get me started on octo-mom . . . heads should roll over THAT one!

sandrac

I think it was on Hee-Haw where they used to say "truth is stranger than fact." This saga (and those photos!) make me feel as if I've wandered into an episode of Hee-Haw...

JDeQ

You watched Hee Haw? Dear lord - it is a sign of the Apocalypse!

sheri

Despite being a social worker for more years than I care to admit, the depth of inhumanity never ceases to amaze me. Kim is right. Parenting should require a license!

JDeQ

Sheri - it is a sad thing that those who should never have kids often do and those who would make amazing parents sometimes can't have them.

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