Produced by Gary Drevitch
JESSE JACKSON WAS KIND ENOUGH TO SEND A CARD: "MAY YOUR BABY GO FROM THE OUTHOUSE TO THE PENTHOUSE"
Less than an hour after hospital staff sent home a California mother-to-be because she couldn't deliver her baby, she "had the baby in the toilet after feeling the urge to use the restroom."
She yelled out to her husband, "I think I'm having the baby."
Her husband yelled back, "No you're not, honey. Come back to bed."
A few seconds later, Richard Robles III emerged face up in the toilet.
They should have named him Bobby Michael Robles.
WE JUST LOVE SMALL FELLOW'S FRUIT TUTOR. SHE'S REALLY BECOME LIKE PART OF THE FAMILY.
The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute wants you to know that some "simple kid-friendly training in good nutrition" can in fact get preteens to eat better:
One key: Don’t forbid the foods that children find yummy, but teach balance — that there are “go foods” for every day, “slow foods” for a few times a week, and “whoa foods” to eat only once in a while.
good, but we just don't see ourselves adding "whoa foods" to our
lexicon. Though there may be a Million Dollar Idea in opening up a
specialty food shop for husky kids called "Whoa Foods Market."
IN HIS DEFENSE, THE UNDERCOVER COP HAD SAID THAT HER TURN-ONS INCLUDED "MIDDLE-AGED TEACHERS, CLASSICAL MUSIC, AND TODDLERS WHO LIKE TO WATCH"
It's an all-too-common story: A Queens middle school teacher was charged with soliciting sex with a minor after arranging a rendez-vous with a 13-year-old girl he met on the Internet, although she turned out to be an undercover cop. What's odd about this one is the detail that the teacher brought his 14-month-old son to the assignation, which led to the insult-to-injury charge of endangering the welfare of a child.
IN OTHER WORDS, KIDS SHOULDN'T BE ALLOWED IN THE FRONT SEAT UNTIL THE AGE WHEN THEY REALLY WANT TO GET IN THE BACK SEAT
A major new study strongly recommends that car manufacturers warn drivers not to allow children under 14 to sit in the front seat, because of "the risk of serious preventable injury" from front-seat air bags in an accident. Current guidelines call for keeping kids in the back seat until age 12. The study further claimed that parents should not use a child's height or weight to determine their readiness for the front seat, as the air-bag risk does not alleviate until the changes in muscles and bones that come with puberty.
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If there's a law that would strictly implement that age limit on children being in the front seat, then it will definitely minimize the amount of risk that children are exposed to while riding a car.
Posted by: Jacob Rodman | Aug 3, 2011 1:26:00 PM
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