Quote# 36935

A daughter who marries and makes her babies when she's biologically ready, at around age 14 to 16, will be a grandmother in her 30s when feminazi are still rushing to fertility clinics. She will then have several decades to get a PhD education and career without the social pressure and emotional drives to make babies. She can have it all, but only if she is encouraged to follow her biological needs and do things in the order that biology allows. Tell the feminazi to pound sand. And help young females like Jamie Spears and a million others to have a good, rich, fulfilled life with a husband and family.

Bob, The World According to Bob 75 Comments [3/30/2008 10:34:33 PM]
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If a 14-16 year old has a career, and can emotionally, physically, ect care for a child, I have no problems their having children. But most shouldn't have kids because they DON'T have all that! You're saying they should have kids just because it's the best time physically. But it's almost never the best time emotionally.

3/30/2008 10:40:10 PM


Yes, I'm sure you can support your completely uneducated self and a child while still emotionally and intellectually underdeveloped.

Then having your daughter have a child when she's in her teens and unable to care for that child, leaving you too busy parenting both children at once to do anything with your waste of a life and your (possible, assuming non-dropout) highschool education is a serious step forward to secondary education.

But hey, starting college at around 35-40, then getting your PHD around your 50's would be a great idea, I mean there's so much time to build a successful career on it and make a better life for your children. Right?

I have a sickening feeling this guy just wants to justify his wanting to tale advantage of little girls who don't know better.

3/30/2008 10:42:49 PM


Word salad.

3/30/2008 10:44:41 PM



3/30/2008 10:47:49 PM

Grand Archblasphemer of York

You realize that it is dangerous for women to give birth to children before the age of 18, right? And that having children at 14 to 16 can result in the children having birth defects, and can make it so that the mother has difficulty finishing high school, right? You also realize that the grandparents would probably have to have a greater role in raising the grandchildren for the real parents due to this, thus lengthening the period that parents are expected to care for children, right? And you also realize that spending that portion of your life in child care and abstaining from career and education will leave them in a horrible condition to begin going about getting comparable status beginning at age 30, right? And that is to say nothing of the poor parenting that would likely occur as a result of the increasingly immature teenage population having children. We are not the same humans we were a few centuries ago, and there is no practical way that this could occur.

Oh, and I hope that if you saying that women should follow their biological desires to bear children in this sense, that you have no problem with sex outside of monogamous relationships, or problems with homosexual relations, because those are all biological drives as well.

3/30/2008 10:48:15 PM

Old Viking

Marriag and pregnancy for 14- to 16-year-olds? You can tell the level of maturity this guy has attained.

3/30/2008 10:50:44 PM

Empress of Zind

The idea of 14-year-old me as a mom makes me shudder.

3/30/2008 10:56:25 PM


"You realize that it is dangerous for women to give birth to children before the age of 18, right?"

Actually, I think it's about 20.

3/30/2008 10:59:33 PM


You do realize they mean that old world marriage? Where they deal their 14 year old daughter off to the 35-50 year old with land and she becomes his slave and baby maker.

3/30/2008 10:59:48 PM


But they would want to marry a person of the same age, so such a thing would apply to men as well. I seriously doubt two high-school dropouts could make a reasonable living and support children because few people want to hire them, with good reason. And by the time your grandchildren are being born, who the hell wants to get an education then? Not many.

What you're suggesting would either leave to a culture of 40 year old men marrying 14 year old girls (and they say gays are the paedophiles), or a nation full of idiots.

3/30/2008 11:06:05 PM


Sure, a woman who never finished high school is ready for graduate school.

3/30/2008 11:09:14 PM


Not allowed anywhere near your daughters, eh Bob? Wifey had a fit when she found out what you like to do, eh Bob? Wifey took half your worldly goods and had you locked up, eh Bob?

Good for Wifey.

3/30/2008 11:25:37 PM


Screw you, Bob. Girls at that young age are far too immature to handle the responsibilities of being a mother. You just want to make it legal so you can put your dirty paws up their skirts, you sick fuck.

3/30/2008 11:31:37 PM


Please be a troll.

3/30/2008 11:37:16 PM


Yes, have babies, then get an education.

That way your babies are completely fucked over, and you don't even know what the hell is going on until it's too late for everybody in question.

You idiot!

3/30/2008 11:47:32 PM


By the way, I'm pretty sure I saw this in an anime.

Except the 14-year-old girl in question adopted.

And she was a hot alien, with purple eyes.

The rest of the anime was terrible and a rip-off of NGE.

3/30/2008 11:49:52 PM

@Antichrist: Good for her, indeed.

3/30/2008 11:54:15 PM


A 14-year old can't even decide what she needs to wear, let alone take care of a screaming, yelling parasitic baby. What you're suggesting is ruining 20 years of her life to be a breeding machine.

Then again, anything for your paedophilic fantasties huh?

3/30/2008 11:55:13 PM

Jake Steel

3/31/2008 12:42:35 AM


What boggles me: Just how many 14-16-year-olds are really feeling any biological drive to make babies at all?

It didn't hit me until my mid-twenties, coincidentally at almost exactly the point where everybody I knew was finishing college, getting decent jobs, and getting married. In other words, generally at the time one would *expect* people to be having children.

Which is not to say that there aren't probably some who would be happy to be mothers before they were 18, but I'd say that probably has something to do with bad family dynamics (Y HALLO THAR SPEARS FAMILY) producing an overwhelming desire for unconditional love that is not being fulfilled elsewhere. Not any sort of normal biological urge to reproduce the moment we hit puberty.

Not to mention--who exactly is going to support these 16-year-old moms? 16-year-old dads? Either we'd have to massively expand welfare... or start marrying them off to 40-year-old men. Why, look here, I think we have a motive!

Yeah, thanks, I'll wait until I'm thirtyish.

3/31/2008 12:44:17 AM


@Syb: but that's just nasty social conditioning. Obviously. :D

3/31/2008 2:00:26 AM

Reverend Davidius

Welcome to the 21st Century. Please leave your aged beliefs at the door.

BTW - I was listening to "Dead Babies can Take Care of Themselves" while reading this.

and if you want something sick, Bob's logic says they could be ready as young as 5 http://www.snopes.com/pregnant/medina.asp

3/31/2008 2:34:37 AM


The female body might be 'biologically' ready due to better health and nutrition, but there is no way an 11 year old child is mentally ready to be raped (that is what it's called when it's sexual intercourse with a child)

And who in your mythical world of children having chidren are going to watch the young'uns so this child bride can return to school?

3/31/2008 4:46:28 AM

Deep Search

This guy is so wrong in so many ways. Really someone should point out to him that 14-18 year old girls are not biologically ready to have kids. They can have a baby, but it's better for them to, you know, grow up first. Duh.

I don't know why anyone would think when you're a teen is the best time to push out a sprat. Teens are still growing and maturing. And then there is emotional and mental readiness to consider... Not to mention financial and educational issues. And-- Yeah, we could go on and on...

3/31/2008 6:44:58 AM

Thinking Allowed

It may be the world according to Bob, but just what world is he from?

3/31/2008 7:22:24 AM

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