I heard this on Glenn Beck yesterday (yes, he airs a Saturday show now), but I can't find the article online. If you quote me in the reply, indicate where you think the story *first* starts going wrong, not when it goes the worst, but the first red flag. Recently a thirteen year old girl and her fifteen year old boyfriend made a startling discovery. They found out that, as a consequence of their sexual activity, she was pregnant. She didn't know what to do, so she hid it by wearing thick coats and clothes and managed to get away with it for months. One day, she was sitting in her room when her water broke and she went into labor. She delivered the kid alone in her room while her mom was asleep in the other bedroom. The girl cuts the umbilical cord and then, out of panic, dumped the kid out of her apartment window into the alley. A while later, the boyfriend showed up and was let in by the mom. The girl, in tears, told her boyfriend (still not the mom) she had given birth. The boyfriend, in a wave of fatherhood instinct, asked to see the cute little guy and if the kid looked anything like him. The girl then confessed she had thrown the kid out the window into the alley. In the first wave of logic of this whole story, the boyfriends says something to the effect of "WHAT?!" and rushed into the alley to find this baby dead. At this point, dear old Mom...is still clueless. Now, there's a lot of blame to go around here. Remember to point out the first red flag. First of all, the blame goes to the irresponsible girl who killed an innocent baby to cover up her mistake. There's even more blame going to the boyfriend, who sexually took advantage of a thirteen year old girl, and encouraged her to hide her pregnancy. However, I think most of the blame goes to the OBLIVIOUS mom.