Written by Sal Manella

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Topics: Kids, Pregnancy

Thursday, 3 May 2007

Redneck Gap, Mississippi - Researchers at the Mississippi Institute of Technology's Che Guevara Medical School have just concluded a multiyear study to determine a possible link between pregnancy in women and subsequent childbirth.

Though anecdotal evidence suggesting a pregnancy-childbirth link has been common knowledge from time immemorial, the MIT scientists sought to establish empirical evidence that pregnancy does, in fact, lead to childbirth.

The results of the study indicate an overwhelming link between pregnancy and subsequent childbirth. An amazing 100% of the pregnant women in the study gave birth to children. "I'm just elated", said Dr. Joe Mengele, who chaired the study. "It's something we've known to be true, but to finally have empirical evidence to back it up, well, it's just amazing." A few moments later, Dr. Mengele's mood became melancholic as he said that he will now either have to come up with a new idea to secure funding for more research or get a 'real' job.

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