Of Earthquakes and Adoptions
Clearly in the wake of today’s earthquake felt up and down the east coast it’s time to revisit these two posts I did last year:
They comprise a work of parody (tragically rooted in genuine events) and re-imagining and re-contextualization exploring natural disaster zone adoptions; genuine human needs vs. adopter demand unleashed.
Reacting swiftly to the desperate need in the Maryland burbs, other states rapidly deployed their most important disaster relief asset, adoption agencies.
Back in the real world?
There are people dealing with the real aftermath of the quake.
Trust me, adoption is about the furthest thing from most people’s minds in light of such.