#631

prinz said:
Yes you are wrong. You made a number of claims not about the bible but about the position of the RCC which is a different thing. You are most definitely wrong in what you claimed.


Meh some people like fairy stories.
What ever your bedtime read.

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#632

It's personal choice. Same as abortion is personal choice, so is a 14/15 year old keeping the baby.


My sons mother was 18, just going on 19, and no matter what we have disagreed on since, a very brave, strong, independent woman.

Strange thing is, 10 years later I think she'd have come to a different decision! And not by independent choice!

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#633

mishkalucy said:
Meh some people like fairy stories.
What ever your bedtime read.


Like I said, no problem, continue on making false claims, at the end of the day it only undermines your own argument.

#634

Neyite said:
I'm not worried. Its a very much planned and wanted pregnancy and whatever comes I will be delighted to experience it.

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Best of luck with it. Nothing like meeting your baby for the first time.

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#635

It's not a good look for the schools crest, having this big bump bulging out of it. I dunno how young some of the folks are here, clamouring to be accepted as adults but some day you'll look back n say how young and naive was I.

You're only adults biologically, all of a sudden and such a bodyshock can make one feel old but don't go getting ahead of yourselves. Because you'll regret it when you should be enjoying your young lives instead of casting yourselves into ouldwanhood at 15 or whatever

#636

prinz said:
Like I said, no problem, continue on making false claims, at the end of the day it only undermines your own argument.


My argument is this girl should be supported not scorned.

You can argue whatever way you care to.

Religion, smidgeon.

BTW we all know the Catholic priests position

#637

hondasam said:
Best of luck with it. Nothing like meeting your baby for the first time.


First baby?
You'll do fine!!

As will this girl, she has youth on her side and hopefully a supportive family

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#638

hondasam said:
Best of luck with it. Nothing like meeting your baby for the first time.



One of the rare times movies meet reality.

I never really got babies until she had a caesarian, and got a bottle and nappy presented to me, before she woke up.

Wtf gathers meaning.

#639

K-9 said:
One of the rare times movies meet reality.

I never really got babies until she had a caesarian, and got a bottle and nappy presented to me, before she woke up.

Wtf gathers meaning.


Hope you kept it after C-Section

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#640

mishkalucy said:
First baby?
You'll do fine!!

As will this girl, she has youth on her side and hopefully a supportive family


K-9 said:
One of the rare times movies meet reality.

I never really got babies until she had a caesarian, and got a bottle and nappy presented to me, before she woke up.

Wtf gathers meaning.


Neyite is having a baby but I can assure ye all Hondasam is not.

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#641

hondasam said:
Neyite is having a baby but I can assure ye all Hondasam is not.


HAHA the girl I was talking about was the original girl in the article

#642

K-9 said:
One of the rare times movies meet reality.

I never really got babies until she had a caesarian, and got a bottle and nappy presented to me, before she woke up.

Wtf gathers meaning.


You managed I take it, nothing to it.

#643

I find it sexist too, I'm sure the father would have no problem getting a place in a CBS school, But the girl gets denied, Yea That's so stupid, Its not like she is going to bring the child to class with her everyday.

Isn't it in the UN charter about the right to education.

I hope this makes all the main European newspapers, She should also seek legal advice and see does the schools decision breach any EU law, This school should be named and shamed in court in Strasbourg..

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#644

hondasam said:
You managed I take it, nothing to it.




No family member was scarey.

I'm a loner by nature and I never felt as alone as that, seriously death threateningly alone. Nearest family member in Donegal, 200 miles away and this before mobiles as a common tool. TGe phone box was the first contact to the external world.

I've never been as scared as my life as seeing my ex wheeled out in a trolley, and me told to sign this sheet of paper, with nobody within 200 miles. Even after putting a nappy on my son, the first I ever put a nappy on a baby, my first thought was my ex.

If it was a choice between my ex and my son, there was only one winner.

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#645

charlemont said:
I find it sexist too, I'm sure the father would have no problem getting a place in a CBS school, But the girl gets denied, Yea That's so stupid, Its not like she is going to bring the child to class with her everyday.

Isn't it in the UN charter about the right to education.

I hope this makes all the main European newspapers, She should also seek legal advice and see does the schools decision breach any EU law, This school should be named and shamed in court in Strasbourg..


Since when did the UN charter impose diuties on a Catholic school?

Since when did the EU have authority in education?

Why would the school being named cause it any shame? It might improve its reputation.

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