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Nothing is more insidious to black people then having to look at the results of paternity tests. The fecundity rate of black people is astounding, as evidence by former NFL player Travis Henry. Recently jailed for failing to pay child support for his ten children, through ten different wives, Mr. Henry is an example a black person who dislikes paternity tests.

This clip, from a popular television show, depicts the horror black people are confronted with after evidence of their progeny is conclusive.

Black people are horrified of the results paternity tests and will continue to deride and ignore the results of sound science.

(Republished from SBPDL by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Race/Ethnicity • Tags: Black People, Kids, NFL, Paternity, Travis Henry 
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  1. maury rocks!

  2. My wife and I play the Maury game. We each make a guess on something. The winner jumps up and down yelling "I told you so!" The loser runs into the other room crying.

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