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Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status

Posted by bell_flower 
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
August 19, 2018
How could something like this be good news? Besides having had unprotected sex, really, what have these women accomplished?16 nurses pregnant at the same time
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
August 19, 2018
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mr. neptune
How could something like this be good news? Besides having had unprotected sex, really, what have these women accomplished?16 nurses pregnant at the same time

Not part of the news: what the other nurses are going to do with so much of the regular staff off at the same time, and how the patients are going to fare with so many temps working there, and where the hospital is going to find 16 skilled ICU nurses to cover...

It's like the concept of "baby" is automatically linked to "good news" unless you add in something like Zika. Never thinking about the implications of babies is the hallmark of breeders, which must be why they keep breeding even with ongoing evidence that future human life is going to have it pretty rough because of how we've destroyed the environment.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
August 19, 2018
The strange denial the majority of people (who are parents) have about how frequently parents kill their own children makes no sense. There's so much evidence that suggests that whether through negligence or through deliberate action, if a young child dies, it is probably because of something their parent did.

The outcome of this denial is, of course, They've Suffered Enough (TM), whereby only the most egregious murders result in prosecution.

But what is the cause of the denial, in the face of all evidence? Why do so many people continue to say, "A parent would never harm a child!" What causes them to empathize with the perpetrator rather than the victim? The obvious reason would be that they have all wanted to murder their children at one time or another. If they admitted that parenthood isn't a bed of roses and could accept that little kids can be absolute beasts, perhaps they'd be more willing to acknowledge the crimes for what they are.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
September 07, 2018
Near where my parents live a couple welfare sponges with no less than 11 sprogs got convicted of raping, killing, and feeding the only sprog he made with out of wedlock to some pigs in the barn behind the house.

True story ^^^^

Anyhow, the house went up for sale this summer, and out of morbid curiosity I decided to check it out.

Albeit they WERE renting but....they were able to afford a 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath 4 acre property with a finished basement, full rec room (with pool and foosball tables) AND.......wait for it....A SWIMMING POOL!!!!

I heard this story literally 1000 times on the local news, social media, radio etc. NEVER ONCE did the DCF or reporters ever, EVER mention they could afford to rent a 4 bedroom 4 acre property for their 11 kids on one janitors salary with a SWIMMING POOL.

How did that fact get overlooked by every. single. media. outlet. every. single. time. HOW????
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
September 12, 2018
Because it's Politically Incorrect to judge these welfare sows. They are noble duhs and moos

two cents ¢¢

CERTIFIED HOSEHEAD!!!

people (especially women) do not give ONE DAMN about what they inflict on children
and I defy anyone to prove me wrong:

The selfish wants of adults outweigh the needs of the child.

If I want to hear the pitter-patter of little feet I'll put shoes on my pets.

Some mistakes cannot be fixed, but some mistakes can be 'fixed'.

People who say they sleep like a baby usually don't have one. Leo J. Burke

Entitlement, thy name is mooooooooooooooo

Adoption agencies have strict criteria (usually). Breeders, whose combined IQ's would barely hit triple digits, have none.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
October 12, 2018
Another breeder commercial: One for USAA homeowners insurance where the man, a former Marine, has his water heater leak all over and the people at USAA call him Sargent and treat him well. Of course, he has to mention, the wife is pregnant. Was that necessary?

So I guess childfree men and women can live with cold showers but when she's pregnant they get a water heater right away?
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
October 12, 2018
I hate that commercial too. How are domestic snafus any worse just because your wife is carrying a zygote? And is preggo such a delicate flower that she can't lift the phone and call the company herself?
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
October 20, 2018
There is an HBO special called The Sentence that profiles a Moo caught up in mandatory sentencing laws for drug-related offenses in the US.

She had previously been involved with a drug dealer and lived with him for many years. He was eventually murdered and she and a bunch of other people were arrested. They call her situation "the girlfriend problem" because she was also arrested and convicted on conspiracy and drug dealing. Much of the case against her was based on her continued relationship with this guy while drug deals were going down in the house where she lived; testimony from other snitches that said she was actively involved; the quantity of drugs moving through the house; the fact that she lied to the police when the BF was murdered; and $230,000 that was found in the house at the time of the murder. (She accepted $130,000 that was returned to her.)

After the death of the dealer she met another man who appeared to be a decent guy and sprogged three times in rapid succession. She was escorted to Federal prison six weeks after the last kid was born. Her sentence was 15 years.

Her brother made a documentary about her over the years that showed her being a mawm by phone and missing all the kid stuff. There was a lot of mooing about her being separated from the sprogs and how "unfair" it all was. No mention of the facts that got her in the situation in the first place. I found them myself via Google:

https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-6th-circuit/1497057.html

Get a load of this excerpt on the appeal that brought her Moo status in it OF COURSE. And lo and behold, she was given a lighter sentence (five years less) due to you-know-why

"The District court did not base Shank's sentence on impermissable factors or give an unreasonable amount of weight to any factor. It weighed Shank's short criminal history and her circumstances of becoming a mother of three "against the huge quantities and the intimate details she knew and engaged in the Humpry organization." The district court unquestionably did not focus on the quantity exclusively. If that had been the case, Shank would have faced a Guidelines range of 235-293 months' imprisonment. Here, the sentence of 180 months represents a 55-month downward variance from a "quantity alone" consideration. Any argument by Shank that the quantity alone determined her sentence is baseless."


Due to all the media attention and the fact that she's a Mawm, her sentence was eventually commuted by OBummer.

If mandatory sentences are bad, they are bad for everyone, not just Mawms. I suppose CF people can rot in jail.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
October 20, 2018
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bell_flower
If mandatory sentences are bad, they are bad for everyone, not just Mawms. I suppose CF people can rot in jail.

Given the usual lack of impulse control that comes with criminality, I'm guessing there aren't many non-parents in prison to begin with. True CF people are probably even less represented in prison than atheists.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
April 23, 2019
Here's an entire article covering the death of a "fifth grader from DC" who was killed in the Sri Lanka bombing.

Read through the whole article and here's a postscript at the end:

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Dieter Kowalski, 40, a Denver man on a work trip staying at the Cinnamon Grand was one of four Americans who died in the explosions.


This kid sounds as if he was on the way to being a decent human being, but really? Someone has time to compile a detailed story on this kid, including the things he would have done when three other adults who died get barely a mention? They were probably doing something interesting in Sri Lanka themselves,


I realize I'm expecting a lot from msn.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
June 15, 2019
Oh, it's happened again! MSN says it's good? news? Why can't the media keep this quiet? More nurses, doctors, pregnant and a lot of them.

Which brings up a question I always had: When a woman announces that she is pregnant, isn't it kind of like bragging "I had unprotected sex!"?
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
July 27, 2019
It must be another slow news day because msn had found another 46 year old moron who didn't know she was pregnant

This happened, what, nine months ago? You cannot tell me this kid is normal. He looks like a cabbage patch doll. The world really needed a baby from these two--they look like meth heads.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
August 13, 2019
I am SO TIRED of the MULTI DAY reporting where some umbrellas flew across a NJ beach over the weekend and one went through a sprog's arm. This morning there was an interview with a woman who saw what happened and she said two people were hit in the head prior to the mishap with sprogley. Are you fucking kidding me? Other adult injured people didn't rate a mention.

And on the 10 o'clock news some sprog in Chicago who was hit in a drive by over the weekend was released. All kinds of details then a mention at the end that two adults were killed.

using a flamethrower. using a flamethrower
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
August 25, 2019
Another "inspirational story" of a Mommy, who was an organ transplant line-jumper and used social media to get a liver, but ended up dying during the procedure. (Part of the reason for her wait was because she did not meet transplantation guidelines. She also had advanced colon cancer and had previously received 70 chemotherapy treatments for that.)


Stories like this do inspire me. They inspire me to yank my organ transplantation permission right off my license. (Pretty sure I've already done it.)

Other relevant Bratfree threads:


Sarah Murnaghan's parents want to censor Facebook Discussion group that questioned the circumstances of her daughter's transplant Her parents filed a lawsuit to get their then-10 year old daughter a lung transplant, even though she did not meet transplant age guidelines and an adult lung would have to be cut down to fit her. The kid was born with severe cystic fibrosis and was weeks away from death. Eventually the parents got their way of course, only to have the lungs fail within hours of the transplant, so the kid got a second set of adult lungs. According to wiki, as of 2018, the kid is on a ventilator 12 hours a day and now suffers from diabetes and hearing loss in addition to cystic fibrosis.


Breeder calls CF person selfish for not wanting to donate organs


edited to fix first link:
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
April 06, 2020
Hey, here's a timely Breederific headline:

One Million People have died, and a U.S. Baybee Too!

Because those two events are absolutely equal. bemused eye roll trout slap
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
April 07, 2020
This is something that happened in my area that also made national news. Don't want to get too specific, but a little kid was diagnosed with advanced cancer that is pretty much a guaranteed death sentence. There was this whole movement in the area where people put specific stuff in their windows to show their support and there were fundraisers and vigils and the whole thing even had a hashtag in an attempt to be hopeful for a miracle because clearly Gawd wouldn't let a sweet little innocent child die, right?

Sadly, she did die. The thing is adults here and everywhere develop cancer and die from it all the time, but nobody makes a big deal about it because I guess the older you get, the less tragic it is when you get sick or die. Not saying it wasn't tragic that the poor kid died, but it's tragic when anyone dies because their death is going to break someone's heart. I understand the parents grieving far more about losing their own child, but dead kid = more tragic is horse shit.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
April 29, 2020
I've seen ads for two new breederiffic shows on streaming services. The first is titled "Breeders" (yes really...I thought maybe someone here had written a show at first) and it seems to be mostly a bitch and backpedal fest...whereas the other is called "Trying"...and I'll leave it to your imaginations what that could be about.
Because breeding is not hang gliding or animal rescue
May 03, 2020
New York Times has article about we have to be parents during lockdown with the interruptions need parental leave, etc.

All because:Raising children is not just a personal choice
The United States has always resisted the idea that taxpayers should support two working parents. There are no federal benefits like paid parental leave or public child care. But some researchers argue that because children are future taxpayers — and future doctors, teachers and firefighters — parents are contributing to society by raising them.

If employers don’t give workers time for demanding activities like animal rescue or marathon running, the argument goes, why should parents expect special treatment?

“Raising the next generation is not the same as a private frolic like hang gliding,” said Joan Williams, director of the Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California, Hastings. “Who’s going to take care of the hang gliders when they’re 65 and ill? It’s my children. The opposite is not true. Raising the next generation is a public good, not a purely private good.”

I guess the NYT likes bingoes and breeders too.
Re: Because breeding is not hang gliding or animal rescue
May 03, 2020
If a person wants to make an appeal to the altruism of having kids, they should recognize that's effectively in support of eugenics. After all, we want to maximize the public good, we should choose for children whose parents are, at minimum, emotionally healthy and have studied child-rearing.

If you're doing a task for the public good and want to be compensated financially for it, the public is entitled to some oversight on the quality of your work.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
May 04, 2020
Some people believe any act of breeding is beneficial to the world and any brat born is a blessing regardless of the parents' physical or mental condition or how they raise it. Such people often point to the stories of kids who were born poor or disabled and went on to accomplish great things anyway. They say this is proof even the most unpromising kid can turn into a saint or a genius.

What they ignore is most people born in adverse circumstances do not overcome them. At best they manage a barely mediocre life, at worst they either die very young or become predators who victimize many others. Even kids born in the best circumstances can become predators or have a lousy life, but it is more likely if their parents can't or won't adequately care for them.

Not all human births are good news. Some are absolutely tragic.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
May 04, 2020
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ondinette
Such people often point to the stories of kids who were born poor or disabled and went on to accomplish great things anyway. They say this is proof even the most unpromising kid can turn into a saint or a genius.

While I am glad some people can overcome bad childhoods, I think this kind of stories about it sends the wrong message: Beat up and mistreat your kids, kids are tough, they will be fine anyways. We know it really is so not true, but it's "inspirational"

It's kind of like why shouldn't we just all be abusive and rude to each other, people toughen up and get over it!
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
May 05, 2020
OMG A MOO FINALLY FIGURES IT OUT!!!!

'A selfish thought, but I wish some people cared about me as much as they care about my child
I know that once you have a child, it isn't about you anymore and it's all about your child. But dammit, that doesn't mean that some people should completely ignore me. It's as if us moms are nothing but baby vessels to some people and we're not people anymore. I'm not expecting to have all the attention on me, but at least say "hi" and ask me how I'm doing. I sacrificed myself for this child to be perfectly healthy and then some people in my family just completely ignore me. It sucks to be treated this way. I guess that's just motherhood for ya.'

BROUU*HHHAAAAAAHAHHAHAHAHAAAAAA

two cents ¢¢

CERTIFIED HOSEHEAD!!!

people (especially women) do not give ONE DAMN about what they inflict on children
and I defy anyone to prove me wrong:

The selfish wants of adults outweigh the needs of the child.

If I want to hear the pitter-patter of little feet I'll put shoes on my pets.

Some mistakes cannot be fixed, but some mistakes can be 'fixed'.

People who say they sleep like a baby usually don't have one. Leo J. Burke

Entitlement, thy name is mooooooooooooooo

Adoption agencies have strict criteria (usually). Breeders, whose combined IQ's would barely hit triple digits, have none.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
May 18, 2020
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ondinette
Some people believe any act of breeding is beneficial to the world and any brat born is a blessing regardless of the parents' physical or mental condition or how they raise it. Such people often point to the stories of kids who were born poor or disabled and went on to accomplish great things anyway. They say this is proof even the most unpromising kid can turn into a saint or a genius.

So rare, in fact, that movies and/or books are often made about them overcoming their circumstances. I

When I hear parunts referring to their brats as the next pro this or famous that I just bemused eye roll. Fat chance, breeder!
No need to romanticize normalcy as an excuse to breed, setting themselves up for failure with that one.
Re: Our Breederific Media and Reproductive Status
May 27, 2020
This one isn't the best example but note how the writer omitted using the phrases "mom/mother" and "murdering her son" in the headline. This information is buried in the story.

Link: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/newly-released-video-shows-a-woman-pushing-her-9-year-old-son-into-a-canal-police-say/ar-BB14DRew
Re: And this is a bad thing?
June 01, 2020
Of courseThis is from a Texas journalist after all

Yeah, I guess people not being so sex mad because the world is not so great is bad because who will take care of us in nursing homes - when families are not even allowed in nursing homes at all.
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