Jim_Callahan: Yeah, India is basically case in point for why the US shouldn't attempt to weaken or undermine the EPA.
ecmoRandomNumbers: Knew it was India before I even clicked. They're like the world capital of birth defects.
Haoie: What i it with India and freakish kids? Must be all that lovely 1st world pollution.
thatboyoverthere: Actually I've thought about it. Ethically should we cut off fully functional extra appendages just to make them fit in? If my kid had an extra finger that worked I wouldn't./Of course with this kid they're deformed and he should probably get surgery.
LadyHawke: If it's functional, then yeah, leave it on, but I would at least separate the fingers that are fused together.sonorangal: The parents might want to reconsider removing the appendage on right hand that sticks out. That will really hurt if he catches it on something.And possibly this too, especially if it's just hanging there and he can't use it.
gsiofa: Ok, but how's his curveball?
L.D. Ablo: CSB:I went to school with a girl who has 12 toes. The freaky thing is that her feet look totally normal, except for the extra toe on each foot. Her parents decided not to have them removed because they were totally functional.And then there was the girl with the extra nipple. On her side.
ecmoRandomNumbers: They're like the world capital of birth defects.
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