Pro-life choice: That woman was my mother, and I was the child.

You probably haven’t heard of Andrea Bocelli.  He plays piano and sings.  Apparently, he’s right popular in some parts of the world.  Probably not on the Opry.  Anyhow, his mom was advised to abort him many years ago.  They said he would be disabled.  He tells his story below and sings a bit.

Course, he ain’t no Ronnie Milsap, but he plays pretty good.  He ain’t from round here neither, and I can’t understand a word he says, so I asked my buddy Capt. James T. Kirk to bring his universal translator over to the house.  (You know, the one that makes Klingons and Romulans sound like they grew up in Kansas.)  Anyhow, the audio was broke, so all we got were subtitles.  Enjoy!


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2 Responses to “Pro-life choice: That woman was my mother, and I was the child.”

  1. June 8th, 2010 at 3:49 pm

    Eugenia says:

    He’s been on Oprah. He is good!

  2. June 9th, 2010 at 12:21 am

    Leeta says:

    Andrea Bocelli is the kind of singer who should be singing in churches. He is an opera singer. Beautiful, big voice.

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