UsikFark: Lsherm: fetal alcohol syndromeNope. For one, his nose has a bridge. Remember you're looking at a (bad) picture of the dude who's a senior citizen for a book jacket, not the kind of thing you would make a medical diagnosis from. Google "adult with FAS" and you'll see it's pretty distinct. He also doesn't have the mental disabilities.
Akbar the Trappiste Monk: Yes, but is she hot?
capt.hollister: What should society do with a mother so irresponsible that she condemns her child to live with the consequences of fetal alcohol syndrome ?
doglover: That's because the "legal limit" is laughably low for babies.
Lsherm: scottydoesntknow: "The unborn baby was in severe danger of being poisoned to death," said hospital spokesman Wojciech Zawalski. "When he came out of his heart was barely beating and he had 4.5g of alcohol in his blood."The blood-alcohol limit for drivers in Poland is 0.2g, meaning the infant was born at nearly 23 times the drink-drive limit.Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure that's supposed to be .45 and 0.02 for the numbers. .45 is insane enough (.4 is usually enough to cause respiratory failure and coma). At 4.5, your blood contains more alcohol than some domestic beers.Either way she's a horribly disgusting excuse for a human being.It's the European measurement, which is grams per deciliter or some communiss' math like that.
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