More Octuplet Madness
Belly of horror and donation web site? Say it ain’t so …
Mean Betty has TRIED to hold her tongue. She really has. After all, there are 14 innocent children involved here and even Mean Betty feels compassion and worries what will happen when one day the octuplet babies learn to Google.
Also, Mean Betty really felt this matter had been done to death. Was there really anything more to say? COULD IT POSSIBLY GET ANY MORE OUTGRAGEOUS???
Why, yes, it can. And it did.
This morning brings fresh horror to Mean Betty’s in-box.
Words ALMOST fail. Almost.
The words that do manage to eke their way out:
This is just wrong. It is just wrong. It looks like something from that awful traveling exhibit about gruesome medical practices from the Dark Ages. It is barbaric and wrong, and her doctor should be ashamed of himself … ashamed to the point of ripping up his own medical license, eating it for breakfast, poking out his eyes with a rolled up copy of the Hippocratic Oath, and taking himself to the desert to live in exile with Bernie Madoff.
Please, I implore you … Mean Betty is BEGGING you … TELL ME THIS IS A SICK JOKE. I beseech you, precious readers … tell me some enterprising crook has set this freak show web site up and plans to laugh all the way to his Cayman bank account.
Please do NOT tell me that their mother has indeed plastered those poor, pathetic-looking babies’ faces, with their fragile, painful-looking bodies, all over a web site replete with rainbows and unbearably, inexplicably perky font.
It can’t possibly be real … can it?