|Well that's not very nice.
||[Oct. 7th, 2005|02:15 am]
Prof. Albert Harrell told a conference in Edmonton, Alberta, of
his findings that parents favor their good-looking kids, e.g., they
were 6 times more likely to buckle up their pretty ones when they
used supermarket carts, and they allowed their uglier kids to
wander much further off while playing.