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    And babies only cost as much to raise as you have.

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    This is awful. They have used real names, that little girl is going to google herself in about 10 years time (all teens do!) and this is what's going to pop up.

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    OK, I REALLY hope I don't offend anyone, but here goes...

    I just showed the original article to my husband (he is not a doctor, by the way), and he said: "Yeah...It's the doctors' fault I was pregnant, not the bloke who put his penis inside me!!".

    Sorry, but it made me laugh.



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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Nah. Not everywhere. Op here isn't that high for vets
    What's an OP? When I started you need a score in the high 90's to even have a slim chance of getting in to uni. It won't have changed much since I started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    What's an OP? When I started you need a score in the high 90's to even have a slim chance of getting in to uni. It won't have changed much since I started.
    Different states differ numbers

    Op is qld 1 is the top score.

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    That is actually THE most ridiculous thing I have read online today. All week in fact. No, all year. Not even sure what to say :/

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    So she got into uni to study vet - so would have had to study biology etc - but had no idea she could be pregnant? I don't buy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] biscotti View Post
    This is awful. They have used real names, that little girl is going to google herself in about 10 years time (all teens do!) and this is what's going to pop up.
    That's what I also thought. How terrible if she reads of her mother's "pain and suffering" (fairly sure that was the words used in the article). What a horrible woman.

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    Meh.. She's a crock.

    She 'battled chronic fatigue' whilst playing 'high level basketball'.

    If she was that tired she wouldn't have been able to play or would have realised something very abnormal was up. And with her vet science and bio study, no doubt pregnancy would have been considered,

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    What's an OP? When I started you need a score in the high 90's to even have a slim chance of getting in to uni. It won't have changed much since I started.
    I think it's like an ENTER or ATAR score

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