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The Mark of the TimesA lifetime ago and yet somehow only yesterday I awoke to the shiny air that always haunts that special morning It was Christmas The tingle I felt that morning came from somewhere else though It was not from the tree nor the gifts that lay beneath It came from the dark secret I held inside As children often do I chose to remain ignorant With a joyus bounce I leapt into the living room To my surprise the adults seemed to be crying I inquired as to why they cried on such a joyus occasion They seemed rather hesitant and unresposive It took several minutes for me to invoke a response and even then it was nebulous at best Eventually I wrenched out the fact that I already knew It seemed that Aunt Susie was having another baby and the tears where out of benevolence This explanation was followed by an inevitable question and a rather long narrative on the rather impious nature of storks Several years later a friend of mine shot down the last stork and ended my ignorance It turns out that human action actually creates babies It is no wonder that this is such Welfare encourages unwed mothers to breed like rabbits and schools do anything but teach abstinence With the mention of the word monogamy most teenagers frown and point at the nearest mahogany Schools under the facade of teaching family life instead instill sexual values reminiscent of the anything-goes ideology of the sixties Welfare is given away to rectify the horrible problem of unsupportable children as Big Brother sits in his cold dark castle and wonders why the problem is so bad Clearly the nation is in need of a crash course in sexual education and The Scarlet Letter is considered the bible of sexual education Even those who have not read this classic realize its central image A young woman is forced to wear
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