Apparently all the employees with half a brain had the day off that day. Two British teen girls on vacation in NYC with their mother end up in an orphanage after their mom is hospitalized with pneumonia. That's not the bad part. The bad part is the treatment they got there. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/devon/7206570.stm Now I'm not just mad for these girls. But I am wondering how a society who treats children like this (more than likely standard procedure for US minors who end up there for whichever reason) expects these children to grow up like caring adults? I'm not even adding the part 'and to make a difference'. Seems like children ending up there would be more than lucky if they just 'make it'. Ever noticed how much of a difference it makes on your day when someone smiles at you? Then why are people, who are supposed to work with the most fragile of our citizens, allowed to degrade and dehumanize?