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“And is the Huck-ster saying it is better to grow up in an orphange/foster situation than having 2 parents of the same sex?”
“This will be great fabric for the blankets I often make fot the children of orphange Almaz Ashene, Addis Ababa Ethiopia were my youngets son lived before we adopted him.”
“Now we have disfavored kids micromanaged as per each's disfavor level instead of them all placed in an orphange where the gods would have been forced to apply healthy state standars.”
“Now, a parent herself, she moves back into the orphange with her husband and son, planning to reopen it and give other children the same positive experience she did.”
“She meets regularly with the other Chinese girls who were adopted from the orphange with her, goes to Chinese school once a week, and will undoubtedly travel to China quite soon, since her father goes there each summer to teach English in an exchange program affiliated with Ohio State University.”
“But I could never even see myself walking into an orphange.”
“What was a little kid's secret space -- a cave near the beach where the orphange kids got to have an outing -- becomes a death trap for anyone who might want to invade his space later in life.”
“Now we have disfavored kids micromanaged as per each's disfavor level instead of them all placed in an orphange where the gods would have been forced to apply healthy state standards.”
“Orphanage. every year sent its Glee Club over to give a concert for the benefit of the orphange, and we went to that.”
“Our first night in Uganda brings a local orphange dance troup to the campsite.”
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