Skip to comments.‘Who’s Your Daddy’ Truck Rolls Through NYC, Offers Answers With DNA Tests
Posted on 08/17/2012 11:29:47 AM PDT by kevcol
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) It is a sign of the times getting a quick DNA test is now as easy as walking up to a truck.
The Whos Your Daddy recreational vehicle is selling DNA tests, mostly to fathers who suspect their children may not actually be theirs.
They flag us down, they pull us over, they talk to us, owner and operator Jared Rosenthal said Wednesday.
Theres a lot of difficult situations and tough moments and heartbreak, Rosenthal said, adding that there are happy endings as well. Theres a lot of good news that were able to deliver and theres a lot of happy moments.
The mother is like Youre the father. He says No the heck Im not. You dont know. Right there, thats how you find out, Veras said.
(Excerpt) Read more at newyork.cbslocal.com ...
I’ve heard it said more than a few times that in matters of child support,etc,courts don’t care about DNA test results.It seems as if they arbitrarily name a particular guy to be a child’s father and then demand that he pay child support.When presented with scientific evidence proving the guy *isn’t* the father,the judge often says something like “*I* will determine who the father is,not some laboratory”.
It isn’t “a sign of the times”, it is an indicator of the people. These are not the times we live in ... these are the degenerate people we live alongside.
I don't know if that "anti-science" outcome still occurs. It shouldn't but men don't have equal rights and protections in matters of family and reproduction.
You know, back in the 19th century they had these things called "Press Gangs"...
With the beautiful Tiffany Fallon
In some states if your married to the mother when she delivers the baby its yours. DNA does not matter.
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