It was in response to a question on whether you believe in Miracles.
"No, and please don't use my children as proof of miracles. It's called biological reproduction, also known as meiosis."
Answer by jenn4443 at 12:08 PM on Feb. 27, 2011
Hateful toward whom? In order for it to be "hateful" wouldn't there have to be some hate in the statement? What "hate" is represented in that answer, and to whom is it imagined to be directed?
Did someone actually say that that answer was "hateful"? Wow.
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Answer by pam19 at 12:27 PM on Feb. 27, 2011
My answer to the Question Kristi (the OP) is referring to:
I believe there are things that Science has yet to explain.
And like my dear, wise, kind and loving, smart friend KristiS...I DO NOT believe the birth of a child is in any way, shape, or form a "miracle". (Science explained THAT one years ago.)
Answer by MamaK88 at 12:34 PM on Feb. 27, 2011