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Old August 26th @ 08:12 pm   #1
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Keep it clean. Lets have a discussion.

 
 
Old August 26th @ 09:25 pm   #2
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Awesome! If it wasn't for adoption... You all wouldn't be playing w/the smilies on this board right now!
I was adopted at 3mo.... I coulda ended up a red-headed step child (yep, I was actually born w/red hair)
EEK!!!

My oldest brother gave my parents the idea to adopt because my Mom had already had 5 boys and she wanted a girl. By then, my oldest bro was already 19. He says...."Ma, ya better just quit tryin cuz it ain't gonna happen!"


The birth announcement my Mom sent out said.

I wasn't expected, I was selected!

awwwwww doesn't that just getcha right there!!!

 
 
Old August 26th @ 09:27 pm   #3
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From: Off 95 and Durango

Motorcycle: Suzuki TLS
I wasn't expected, I was selected!

awwwwww * doesn't that just getcha right there!!!


That is awesome!!!
 
 
Old August 26th @ 09:29 pm   #4
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From: The Devil's Playground

Motorcycle: Shift Red 2005 Yamaha YZF-R1
Pretty cool Shell. :) Congrats.

I always like to hear good stories like that.

Personally, I'm in full support of adoption...even with animals (hey, Gleno didn't exactly specific a certain type of adoption! LOL). I just think it's great to give someone or something a great shot at life. :) MUCH better than these teenage girls (or even older women) leaving babies in dumpsters and stuff. UGGGHHh...just kills me to hear stuff like that. :(
 
 
Old August 27th @ 04:20 am   #5
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I'm deff pro adoption. Shellys story is but one great example.

However, should the rules be so cut and dried??

What if a brother couldn't have kids, and the sister could. Should she be allowed to simply give him a newborn??

Example: 2 pregnant women are in a car accident. The one who was at faults baby was fine, the other womans baby dies. Should the 1st be allowed to simply offer the other her baby when born??
 
 
Old August 27th @ 06:08 am   #6
 
From: CO
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Originally Posted by Gleno
I'm deff pro adoption. Shellys story is but one great example.

However, should the rules be so cut and dried??

What if a brother couldn't have kids, and the sister could. Should she be allowed to simply give him a newborn??

Example: 2 pregnant women are in a car accident. The one who was at faults baby was fine, the other womans baby dies. Should the 1st be allowed to simply offer the other her baby when born??
Sure, but that leaves a big opening to a legal battle when the at fault woman doesnt want to do it and the one who lost her baby decides to sue for the child.
 
 
Old August 27th @ 08:44 am   #7
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From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: 06 1000 rr bone stock 01 F4I
I think it is a good idea.

I know that some people would be much better off if they were adopted instead of growing up with a crack whore for a mother
 
 
Old August 27th @ 12:57 pm   #8
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From: my moma's cooter

Motorcycle: your mom
I think its a good idea.
 
 
Old August 27th @ 03:59 pm   #9
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gleno
What if a brother couldn't have kids, and the sister could. Should she be allowed to simply give him a newborn??
This is already legal... Its called Surrogate Mom's.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Gleno
Example: 2 pregnant women are in a car accident. The one who was at faults baby was fine, the other womans baby dies. Should the 1st be allowed to simply offer the other her baby when born??
Unless the 1st really want to give the child up (this would be the same as surrogate), then this isn't about adoption. It would be more about what items you are allowed to sue for in court. Considering a child is really not supposed to be a possession,(ya right, seen that too many times in divorce court) you cannot technically sue for one today under these circumstances. Now if it was a clone??? hmmm......
Yikes... this is getting pretty strange man!



So what about the rights of the surrogate. Should they have any rights to the child after the papers are final??? I don't think so, but there have already been court cases where surrogates are fighting to get their kids back. (not a possession right?)

This is where the law needs to get a little clearer. In the case of anon. adoption, there is no concern as the records are sealed, but when the birth parents know who the adoptive parents are, it causes some serious shit for everyone involved, not to mention the kid!

Luckily, mine was anon. All I know is my birth Mom's last name was Mitchell and I was concieved on a one-nighter! Dude doesn't even know I exist! I think I like it better this way. To me, my adoptive parents are my true parents anyway. Wouldn't wanna have to deal with the extra bullshit!

Okay....that's my life story.... Now you all know!
 
 
Old August 29th @ 01:02 am   #10
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I was adopted too. I was saved when I was 10 months old out of korea. I actually don't have a real birthday or anything like that. My parents just left me. I was selected, but I was second choice, so if you do adopt don't ever let your kid know that. It is harmful. But I do love my parents, they are the best thing that ever happened to me. Because of them I am here and I am able to do what I can do out here instead of being a juice back in Korea. They have given me a second chance at life. There are a few things that I wouldn't agree with that they did, but That I won't go into tonight. They gave me a chance at life that I would never have seen before in my life
 
 

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