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When “National Fathers Returning” gets logistically complex…

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Where father-absence meets the Guinness Book of Records, public policy gets a little complex:


I’d like to see THAT co-parenting plan. . . . 


Desmond Hatchett fathers 21 kids to 11 women

By staff writers


May 30, 2009 12:01am










Mr Hatchett has apparently set a US record but denied he had set out to claim a place in history.     

“It just happened,” he said. 

Desmond Hatchett’s extraordinary brood came to light after authorities in Tennessee took the 29-year-old to court for non-payment of child support.





He said the women he was involved with all knew that he had other children. 




























(Someone give me a profile on whether or not the women, too, attended government-funded compulsory public education, in order to get so smart, or discriminating, or plain old lonely, or ??? inspired to pursue their careers.)



Written by Let's Get Honest

May 29, 2009 at 5:15 pm

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