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(Daily Mail)   Chinese woman raises 30 babies she found in the garbage. Everyone loves garbage babies   ( dailymail.co.uk) divider line
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2012-07-31 12:01:57 AM  
I sure as hell loved 'em

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2012-07-31 12:07:14 AM  
and... done in one.
 
2012-07-31 12:12:47 AM  

DeltaPunch: I sure as hell loved 'em

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HA! About spit my coffee when I saw "No Way Jose."

I miss those cards.
 
2012-07-31 12:13:32 AM  
thumbnails.hulu.com
 
2012-07-31 12:53:43 AM  

timujin: and... done in one.



This.

I had about a hundred of them, and remember sticking them all over my dresser and bed posts (to the less than delight of my parents).
 
2012-07-31 12:59:04 AM  

kmmontandon: timujin: and... done in one.


This.

I had about a hundred of them, and remember sticking them all over my dresser and bed posts (to the less than delight of my parents).


Back when I was six I didn't understand why my mother didn't want me to have those. Looking back, the fact that she relented makes me question her parenting abilities.
 
2012-07-31 01:41:16 AM  
Funny how with the Olympics on we're showering athletes with medals, but this lady is more deserving of a medal than anyone there.
 
2012-07-31 01:41:56 AM  
If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.
 
2012-07-31 01:45:14 AM  
Ok, that's it... first time a story from where i live got to me...
 
2012-07-31 01:49:05 AM  

timujin: and... done in one.

 
2012-07-31 01:50:49 AM  
25.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-07-31 01:52:29 AM  

Mystery Vortex: Funny how with the Olympics on we're showering athletes with medals, but this lady is more deserving of a medal than anyone there.


THIS
 
2012-07-31 01:55:59 AM  

Mystery Vortex: Funny how with the Olympics on we're showering athletes with medals, but this lady is more deserving of a medal than anyone there.


Is that a recycling pun?
 
2012-07-31 01:56:47 AM  

nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.


I'm not entirely clear on your stance here.
 
2012-07-31 02:02:11 AM  
'My older children all help look after Zhang Qilin, he is very special to all of us. I named him after the Chinese word for rare and precious.

Truly, there is nothing as rare as a Chinese male.
 
2012-07-31 02:03:40 AM  
doglover:

Prom night dumpster baby. This.
 
2012-07-31 02:04:13 AM  
'These children need love and care. They are all precious human lives. I do not understand how people can leave such a vulnerable baby on the streets.'


Not to be crass, because she does an astonishingly wonderful thing, but she might want to check into the "one child per family" issue as well as that "males are preferred to girls" cultural tradition.
 
2012-07-31 02:06:22 AM  

doglover: [thumbnails.hulu.com image 512x288]


Done, and done.
 
2012-07-31 02:15:29 AM  
CSB time: When I was little I couldn't see Garbage Pail Kids cards. They would give me nightmares. They still creep me out.
 
2012-07-31 02:18:13 AM  
I would do this, I so love little babbies, but I would probably throw them out again once they learned to walk and talk. Then they're not so cute, just loud and obnoxious.


/loves my six-month-old
//trying to get rid of the four-year-old
 
2012-07-31 02:20:24 AM  

God-is-a-Taco: 'My older children all help look after Zhang Qilin, he is very special to all of us. I named him after the Chinese word for rare and precious.

Truly, there is nothing as rare as a Chinese male.


Every life has the ability and the opportunity to be something amazing, to go beyond the mundane and bring something new to this world. Until he and we are long turned to dust, noone will know what impact Zhang Qilin had on this world.
 
2012-07-31 02:24:12 AM  

DeltaPunch: I sure as hell loved 'em

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Came for Garbage Pail Kids...
Leaving depressed that it happened in the post only one can have.

/Boobies.
 
2012-07-31 02:26:02 AM  

buckler: 'These children need love and care. They are all precious human lives. I do not understand how people can leave such a vulnerable baby on the streets.'


Not to be crass, because she does an astonishingly wonderful thing, but she might want to check into the "one child per family" issue as well as that "males are preferred to girls" cultural tradition.


Knowing it exists is not the same as understanding it.
 
2012-07-31 02:47:18 AM  
Well, I came for the Prom Night Dumpster Baby, got it and a bonus of Garbage Pail Kids...

/Brings back memories of 5th grade recess, the hayday of Garbage Pail Kids and Fangoria magazines...
 
2012-07-31 02:49:17 AM  
KIdney failure. I'll bet Dick Chaney got them too..
 
2012-07-31 02:54:16 AM  

buckler: 'These children need love and care. They are all precious human lives. I do not understand how people can leave such a vulnerable baby on the streets.'


Not to be crass, because she does an astonishingly wonderful thing, but she might want to check into the "one child per family" issue as well as that "males are preferred to girls" cultural tradition.


In China, sons take care of their parents in their old age, while daughters marry off and are gone. Combine that with the one child policy and you have a strong incentive to see that daughters meet with accidents.
 
2012-07-31 02:58:41 AM  

DeltaPunch: I sure as hell loved 'em

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What. The FARK?????
 
2012-07-31 02:59:48 AM  

Pointy Tail of Satan: KIdney failure. I'll bet Dick Chaney got them too..


You kidding? I doubt Darth Cheney has any original parts left. The heart was the last chunk of meat to go.
 
2012-07-31 03:03:15 AM  
So what's the talking point on this?

Should we be outraged there are babies being thrown away? Outrage over taxpayers paying for the babies? Or should we be glad that the babies were saved? We need Sir Limbaugh the Everknowing to lead us!
 
2012-07-31 03:03:29 AM  

MadSkillz: Every life has the ability and the opportunity to be something amazing, to go beyond the mundane and bring something new to this world. Until he and we are long turned to dust, noone will know what impact Zhang Qilin had on this world.


If your in the top 1% percentile in something in China then you are joined by 13,473,500 others, The vast majority of which are not going to be orphans with dirt poor guardians.

Good luck getting ahead in a country ruled by connections.
 
2012-07-31 03:05:18 AM  

Smoking GNU: DeltaPunch: I sure as hell loved 'em

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What. The FARK?????


Did you grow up isolated from society, or are you under the age of 25?
 
2012-07-31 03:06:27 AM  

Smoking GNU: DeltaPunch: I sure as hell loved 'em

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What. The FARK?????


GNU, you should also look into Trash Can Trolls. I bought a booster box for cheap on Ebay once to amuse myself. :p Garbage Pail Kids are much more expensive :(
 
2012-07-31 03:06:33 AM  

zzrhardy: MadSkillz: Every life has the ability and the opportunity to be something amazing, to go beyond the mundane and bring something new to this world. Until he and we are long turned to dust, noone will know what impact Zhang Qilin had on this world.

If your in the top 1% percentile in something in China then you are joined by 13,473,500 others, The vast majority of which are not going to be orphans with dirt poor guardians.

Good luck getting ahead in a country ruled by connections.


heh, the number of 1% there is more than 5X the total pop of the country i live in.
 
2012-07-31 03:10:07 AM  
Wacky Packages were awesome too!
 
2012-07-31 03:11:29 AM  
If you are raising 30 babies, then I fold.

Well played, Chinese woman.
 
2012-07-31 03:11:33 AM  
www.mathies.com
 
2012-07-31 03:17:48 AM  

Lee Jackson Beauregard: buckler: 'These children need love and care. They are all precious human lives. I do not understand how people can leave such a vulnerable baby on the streets.'


Not to be crass, because she does an astonishingly wonderful thing, but she might want to check into the "one child per family" issue as well as that "males are preferred to girls" cultural tradition.

In China, sons take care of their parents in their old age, while daughters marry off and are gone. Combine that with the one child policy and you have a strong incentive to see that daughters meet with accidents.


Also, there is a very strong desire to carry on the family name, much more than in Western societies. (Hell, they put the surname first) Seriously, China should have seen their female shortage coming from a long, long way away.
 
2012-07-31 03:17:59 AM  

Smoking GNU: DeltaPunch: I sure as hell loved 'em

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What. The FARK?????


I'm going to bed now, so I'll let others in the thread fill you in. ;)
 
2012-07-31 03:18:14 AM  

Lee Jackson Beauregard: buckler: 'These children need love and care. They are all precious human lives. I do not understand how people can leave such a vulnerable baby on the streets.'


Not to be crass, because she does an astonishingly wonderful thing, but she might want to check into the "one child per family" issue as well as that "males are preferred to girls" cultural tradition.

In China, sons take care of their parents in their old age, while daughters marry off and are gone. Combine that with the one child policy and you have a strong incentive to see that daughters meet with accidents.


Yeah, it's an economic thing.

Interestingly, in urban China, girls are staring to be preferred. An office worker doesn't need help with the farmwork. Also, they're cheaper; typically, the son's family buys a house before marriage, and housing prices are insane.
 
2012-07-31 03:25:39 AM  

rugby-n-beers: Smoking GNU: DeltaPunch: I sure as hell loved 'em

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What. The FARK?????

Did you grow up isolated from society, or are you under the age of 25?


I grew up in south africa, so i'll have to go with A there. Those are pretty farking disturbing.
 
2012-07-31 03:31:24 AM  

nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.


My first, second and third thoughts.
 
2012-07-31 03:41:55 AM  

nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.


I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.
 
2012-07-31 03:45:23 AM  
Garbage Pail Kids was only one of things that made being a kid in the 80's awesome. Other things :

NES
TI994A
Merlin
Headbanger's Ball
Pogo-Bals
Waking up at 7:30AM, grabbing a box of cereal and watching Bugs Bunny/Roadrunner cartoons for 3 hours, then college football.

Feel free to contribute.
 
2012-07-31 03:53:16 AM  

Coming on a Bicycle: nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.

I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.


Coming on a Bicycle: nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.

I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.


Philosophical thought is a deeply American pastime. It's one of the reasons why America is one of the greatest countries on earth.
 
2012-07-31 03:53:36 AM  

MadSkillz:
Every life has the ability and the opportunity to be something amazing, to go beyond the mundane and bring something new to this world. Until he and we are long turned to dust, noone will know what impact Zhang Qilin had on this world.



You might say he's 700 million of a kind.


Oh come on, you can't see the humor of a Chinese guy named Rare?
 
2012-07-31 03:56:24 AM  

super_grass: Coming on a Bicycle: nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.

I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.

Coming on a Bicycle: nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.

I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.

Philosophical thought is a deeply American pastime. It's one of the reasons why America is one of the greatest countries on earth.


Too bad deep thought isn't also an American pastime.
 
2012-07-31 03:57:00 AM  

sendtodave: Lee Jackson Beauregard: buckler: 'These children need love and care. They are all precious human lives. I do not understand how people can leave such a vulnerable baby on the streets.'


Not to be crass, because she does an astonishingly wonderful thing, but she might want to check into the "one child per family" issue as well as that "males are preferred to girls" cultural tradition.

In China, sons take care of their parents in their old age, while daughters marry off and are gone. Combine that with the one child policy and you have a strong incentive to see that daughters meet with accidents.

Yeah, it's an economic thing.

Interestingly, in urban China, girls are staring to be preferred. An office worker doesn't need help with the farmwork. Also, they're cheaper; typically, the son's family buys a house before marriage, and housing prices are insane.


With the limited number of wives available for these boys it seems that the balance of power will be shifting. The women of marrying age will be able to be choosier and make more demands. Good for them.
 
2012-07-31 03:58:42 AM  

Gyrfalcon: super_grass: Coming on a Bicycle: nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.

I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.

Coming on a Bicycle: nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.

I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.

Philosophical thought is a deeply American pastime. It's one of the reasons why America is one of the greatest countries on earth.

Too bad deep thought isn't also an American pastime.


deus-ex-machinima.net

 
2012-07-31 04:06:34 AM  

Smoking GNU: Gyrfalcon: super_grass: Coming on a Bicycle: nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.

I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.

Coming on a Bicycle: nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.

I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.

Philosophical thought is a deeply American pastime. It's one of the reasons why America is one of the greatest countries on earth.

Too bad deep thought isn't also an American pastime.

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Like I said.....
 
2012-07-31 04:12:49 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Smoking GNU: Gyrfalcon: super_grass: Coming on a Bicycle: nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.

I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.

Coming on a Bicycle: nunpunter: If this woman has an anti-abortion argument, I think I'd have to respect it very much. So much more than the typical christian who goes off about unwanted babies, while raising no extra children themselves.

I'm sure the relevance of her whatever-abortion arguments is only a figment of your American imagination.

Philosophical thought is a deeply American pastime. It's one of the reasons why America is one of the greatest countries on earth.

Too bad deep thought isn't also an American pastime.

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Like I said.....


2 deep 4 u?
 
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