On Thursday, January 7, 1999 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-8, Ann Lewis wrote:
During the broadcast of "Ice Wars," I couldn't help noticing that Nancy Kerrigan's son doesn't look a bit like his (supposed) father, Jerry
Hmmmm. I wonder what went on there. ;-)
FOR GENETIC PURPOSES THAT MAY REQUIRE KNOWING YOUR HERITAGE, I THINK ALL PARENTS AND CHILDREN SHOULD BE GIVEN GENETIC TESTS WITH THE SEALED RESULTS AVAILABLE TO THOSE CHILDREN WHEN THEY TURN 18, MAYBE ONLY IF REQUESTED OR BY MEDICAL NECESSITY IN CASE OF
INHERITED GENETIC DISEASE TEST. EITHER PARENT WOULD BE ABLE TO VERIFY PARENTHOOD.
PERSONALLY I WOULDN'T CARE BECAUSE A CHILD IS A CHILD AND DESERVES LOVING PARENTS, BUT KNOWING WOMEN WHO CHEATED ON THEIR HUSBAND BEFORE AND DURING MARRIAGES AND AFTER WITH OTHER MARRIED MEN (CLUE MY SISTER WAS OPEN ABOUT BUT I IGNORED), F-CK THE 'BAD
CHOICE' EXCUSE FOR BEING DIVORCED, ATR THE LEAST THIS HAS ALREADY SHOWN THEY ARE MORE THAN WILLING TO TOSS OUT VOWS FOR THE NEXT SUCKER!
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