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31 Yahoo! Questions That Will Make You Give Up On People

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1. You can’t get starburned!

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2. Yep, it is, we just don’t use hovercrafts anymore because planes are more fashionable.

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3. Have you tried Google Maps?

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4. What happens if you don’t?

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5. Oh honey…

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6. Only one way to find out!

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7. Truth in logic.

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8. There’s gotta be a way.

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9. Yes.

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10. Ummmm.

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11. “I’ve been cooking my blood into his food.”

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12. Aim carefully.

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13. Urgent.

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14. Better turn yourself in, buddy.

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15. “Does she think I made fun of her night vision?”

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16. WHY?

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17. I will sell you one.

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18. Now that you’ve eliminated “vampire” from the list of possible answers, I’m stumped.

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19. You know, the…

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A Brief (and not totally irrelevant) Digression For a NY Story: Can A Mother Adopt Her Own Child?

These Moms are facing the problem I will one day face with my daughter! This is a good read!

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I’m in the midst of trying to develop a theory of parenthood that solves my “only one parent at birth” problem. (Check out yesterday’s post if this makes no sense to you.)  But I need to interrupt myself to talk about this story from today’s NYT.   It’s not totally off-point because it concerns the marital presumption of legal parenthood, which has been a topic of conversation in the comments recently.

So here are the basic facts of the NY case.  A lesbian couple (Amalia C and Melissa M) decided they wanted to have a child.   Melissa gave birth to a child.   Amalia sought to complete a second-parent adoption–a process that would make her the child’s second parent without disturbing Melissa’s rights.   This is a well-recognized process in NY.

But, according to the judge considering the adoption, there was a problem:  The two women had gotten married in 2011 and NY recognized this…

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