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  • Sean Combs (aka the impregnator) says he is committed to being a good father, therefore, he will pay child support for his SIXTH child: "At first, I wasn't sure if this was my child," he said.

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  • The poor and obscure don't get a private whisk away from Pyongyang on a jet owned by serial impregnator and Democratic Party uber-investor Stephen Bing.

    Nancy Snow: The Propaganda Chronicles: North Korea Edges Out US

  • Second, sitting three-quarters of the way up the bleacher was Bristol Palin and her eighteen-year-old impregnator, Levi Johnston.

    Donald Craig Mitchell: This Week's Palin Primer From Alaska: Bristol and Levi, Earmarks, Troopergate, More

  • There was Sarah Palin, complaining about a media focus on her pregnant 17-year-old daughter Bristol, all the while shamelessly parading that same daughter and her 18-year-old impregnator, who was dragged down to the convention to be shown off after the two had been somehow convinced to get married and make the baby “legal.”

    The Things They Left Behind (or Didn't Remind You About)

  • I would have been forced to marry my impregnator, exactly like my cousin was, 2 years later.

    That Kind of News Day « Whatever

  • Dreamgirls – the movie where Beyonce and an American Idol runner-up try and out-warble each other – also picked up SAG Awards nominations for possible Mel B impregnator Eddie Murphy for Best Supporting Actor, Jennifer Hudson for Best Supporting Actress and the cast for Ensemble.

    Oscar Nominations Say Dreamgirls Is Ace, But Also A Bit Crap

  • In my mind, this raises an interesting question: banning the impregnator from graduating would eliminate the injustice of the double standard, but would compound the injustice of the graduation ban itself.

    Pregnant Young Woman Stands Up To Graduation Ban

  • Under these circumstances the wind-eggs turn into fertile eggs, and the previously impregnated eggs follow the breed of the impregnator; but if the latter impregnation takes place during the change of the yellow to the white, then no change in the egg takes place: the wind-egg does not become a true egg, and the true egg does not take on the breed of the latter impregnator.

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  • It wouldn't be forced pregnancy, it would take force on the impregnator based on what I saw.

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  • If they feel that way they should sue the impregnator for forced birth.

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