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Octuplets Story Promises to Get Even Creepier

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In the video above, we love how the ‘media circus’ is seven people. This alleged circus is less than the amount of babies involved in this story.

Nadya Suleman, mother of a baker’s dozen plus one of artificially inseminated offspring says that she wanted to have a huge family.

More bits have trickled out from the Ann Curry interview. More will be broadcast on Today on Monday and on Dateline on Tuesday according to the LAT.

It’s just like the Katie Couric/Sarah Palin interviews. Just a little bits and pieces before we see the entire picture of the train wreck we have on our hands.

UPDATE: Bit of the Curry interview aired today on Today. Not Monday.

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