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THIS CRAZY WORLD WE LIVE IN!
12-7-2006




Thank God this woman wasn’t my mother!



1. I feel this is a most damaging approach in disciplining
a child, and the mother should be horse whipped!
Penalty for unwrapping gifts early: Arrest

2. Had this been my teacher, I'd be going to Yale University right now!

Seriously, what in the world is going on with some teachers lately?
What they should have done is educate themselves like I, and
millions of others have, by watching Courttv to learn for a fact
that crime doesn't pay, and that you WILL eventually get caught!
Police: Teacher Trades Grades For Cash, Wine

3. Well thank goodness the pig wasn't hurt!!
60 Pound Pig

4. Never would I have imagined that my favorite
childhood colorful goop would someday save lives?!!
Silly String

5. No wonder he was constipated! Poor baby!
The Lightbulb


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Join The NRA
"The Right Of The People To Keep and
Bear Arms, Shall Not Be infringed."

Comments

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ninjaguydan
Dec. 7th, 2006 11:47 pm (UTC)
silly string to detect tripwires?

that is fucking brilliant, I've been using them as jerry-rigged explosives this whole time...

Yeah, that mom in the first story is a cunt, I'm sure junior will not be coming home for christmas once he's of age and can leave the house.

-)
playgirl
Dec. 8th, 2006 12:23 am (UTC)
Silly String
Will we ever look at Silly String the same?

It's so hard to believe a mother could do such a horrible thing to her own child!

I'm sure he'll be traumatized for the rest of his life.
daddy
Dec. 8th, 2006 12:26 am (UTC)
I cannot see the problem with the Mother and GreatGrand Mother doing what they did. They need help with the Child who obviously has serious problems. The Child IS facing expulsion from school. the kid DID take a swing at the school resource officer, and has been in trouble numerous times. They were hoping the police could "scare the child straight" because neither of them could handle the child.

The child was not taken into custody, or even taken from the house. What he needs is a positive male role model, to help his mother in discipline and raining him but apparently the sperm donor hauled ass when he knocked his mom up at 15. The Child will probably become a ward of the state, if DJJ cannot straighten him up a bit.
playgirl
Dec. 8th, 2006 08:26 pm (UTC)
I just can't agree with you on this one. The crazy mother should have found some other kind of disciplinary help for the boy.

No, he wasn't placed in jail, but he was booked for petty larceny. The only thing she managed to do is give her son a record for larceny, for the rest of his life.

And my question is what lead him to have so many problems in the first place. I tend to believe that a mother of 15 yrs. old behaves like a child, too, and I can't blame her because she was still a child herself when she had him.
what lead him to have so many problems - nebris - Dec. 8th, 2006 11:26 pm (UTC) - Expand
nebris
Dec. 8th, 2006 12:48 am (UTC)
Le-Le and I are sending a case to that mom.

~M~
playgirl
Dec. 8th, 2006 08:27 pm (UTC)
I still feel that mom and great grand mom should be horse whipped!
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asifallforever
Dec. 8th, 2006 01:06 am (UTC)
The kid was a little bastard anyway. I don't feel the mother did anything wrong. If anything maybe that will set that little shit on the right path. Bad enough he doesn't have a father around to kick his ass. The problem with this kid is that he is already a little hoodlum. he took a swing and i think he actually hit a cop at school. He has been picked up for shoplifting before. He was no angel by any means. Fact remains he took the toy then lied about it. He's already a bad apple in need of reality check The mother did another amazing thing and regifted it to someone else. Now all he gets for christmas is necessities. Thats all that little shithead deserves.

She said the boy likes attention and has a history of bad behavior. He has shoplifted from stores and stolen money from her, she said. The boy has also been inching toward expulsion from school, she added, and even punched a police officer last month. He was arrested for disorderly conduct in that incident.

She hoped the arrest would be a wake-up call for him. She dreads getting a phone call someday reporting he's been killed.

The boy "showed no remorse" when the police came, the mother said.

And she needs to be horsewhipped? Are you sure about that?
playgirl
Dec. 8th, 2006 08:39 pm (UTC)
Yes, horse whipped, along with the great grandmother. The two sound like nutty fruitcakes to me, who gasp at whatever little thing the poor child does.

And what the hell was the girl doing at 14 years old?! Playing with dolls? The human kind?

The child was born normal. Something along the way turned him into a problem child. I wonder if the mom ever tried getting help from professionals. I doubt it. How much more convenient to just call the cops and have him BOOKED for petty larceny.

I feel so sad for that poor little boy!
(no subject) - asifallforever - Dec. 9th, 2006 12:51 am (UTC) - Expand
harley1456
Dec. 8th, 2006 01:10 am (UTC)
1) Sometimes a kid needs a shock, I wonder how much shit he has been pullung

2) I hate it when people tarnish my profession.

3)Sounds like the kind of stupid shit I might do on a dare...or a lost bet.

4)The silly string popped up in Time two weeks ago....I have now heard several stories about people organizing drives for string...I predict that within a week Iraq soldiers will be flooded with more of the stuff than they can possibly use.

5)You know my ass has been kind of sore lately.......think I should get probed?....who knows what my rommie left in there after I passed out on the peppermint schapps.....JK
playgirl
Dec. 8th, 2006 04:50 am (UTC)
1. But not such a radical shock as this. The little boy obviously has problems. Why not take him for counseling, instead of hard core adult criminals?

2. I do, too!

3. I hope the guy who did it, has piggy nightmares for the rest of his life! :o)

4. I'm gonna start stocking up on the Silly and send it to my brother! I keep one can for myself to play with.

5. Haaaaaa!!
kmilligan
Dec. 8th, 2006 02:45 am (UTC)
The silly string story is great, and is a testament to the American soldier. I'm sure quite a few sales and marketing types at the various manufacturers of silly string are kicking themselves for not figuring out this application ahead of time. They could have spray painted the cans olive drab, called it "ABDES Foam", for "Advanced Boobytrap DEtection System", and charged the Pentagon 50 dollars a can!
playgirl
Dec. 8th, 2006 04:40 am (UTC)
filthy rich
Dang! Why didn't you and I think of it! We would have been filthy rich!! :o)

Lookie:
Silly Silly
davev1968
Dec. 8th, 2006 01:17 pm (UTC)
1) Good for the Mother! But, it probably won't do anything to the kid.

2) Yet another example of the lack of ethics and morals in American society.

3)Maybe he wanted to trade the pig for a room.

4)The Marines came up with the idea. Improvise, Adapt, Overcome! Hooah!

5)I like the way he says he has no idea how that lightbulb got there.
playgirl
Dec. 8th, 2006 08:34 pm (UTC)
1. That mom is a heartless cold bitch to do that to her son! Why is he so unruly? How did she raise him to begin with, at 15 years old, and no father?

The kid was book for larceny, now he has a record that will follow him for the rest of his life. He will remember this, and will feel he has nothing to lose in committing future crimes.

2. I wonder if this type of behavior has happened always. Now we're more aware of it because of the news media.

3. My greatest concern is for the poor pig. I hope it was tossed gently!

4. Hooah! Is right! :o)

5. Yeah right! haaaaaaaa
donchep
Dec. 8th, 2006 04:12 pm (UTC)
When I first read the headline a few days ago in the news online, I was thinking what a horrible mother. But as i read the whole story as a parent I can say I applaud her for taking an action that will have an impact on a kid destined on a path that has unfavorable outcomes and few options.
That's what loving your kid is about. Jail is what's in store for him if he continues to act the way he does, why not give him a taste of it now when it has the most potential to scare the bejeezus out of him. That's the kind of trauma I can live with a child having.
In Juvie, he'll get counseling he needs. They aren't cruel people in Child Probation. Believe it or not people in that line of work do care about the kids.
I already bought some silly string to send the troops. Brilliant idea.
As for lightbulbs. Well look at this page. I've heard stories from nurses when I was an EMT.

http://www.well.com/user/cynsa/newbutt.html
playgirl
Dec. 8th, 2006 08:19 pm (UTC)
She is a horrible mother. She should have tried years ago to find some other means of helping her son. I’m sure there are disciplinary camps, or other things provided for helping kids who have problems. Perhaps the boy is hyperactive, and if so, he should have been on medication prescribed by a doctor.

Another thing, I feel the mother and great grand mother exaggerate the problem. Why hell, my brothers and I use to always hunt for our Christmas presents and take a peek!

Besides, now the poor kid has a record for petty larceny, and this is going to mess his life up royally in the future. Also, he will never trust his mother, and I won’t blame him.

No Donchep, what the mother did is totally outrageous.

I’m glad you’ve stocked up on that Silly Dilly stuff, and I sure hope my beloved brother, who will be sent to Iraq in January, will get some! :o)

I read the link, and I almost fell out of my seat with laughter! Those people have some kind of problem, huh?! haaaaaaaa
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moon_shine
Dec. 9th, 2006 09:13 am (UTC)
1. What is wrong with the police officers arresting a child for unwrapping Christmas presents early.
It was his present so what is the big deal maybe the mother and grand mother should be arrested for contributing to the delinquency of the child they got the present so early and told him what it was maybe if they did not make so much out of the little things they would not turn in to big ones.
"Yeah, it's strange,"

2. I think the teacher finally got the education here he needed :o)

3. An animal throwing incident hahahaaaa… this is too strange to be true
maybe he heard some one say lets go throw around the pig skin
and he is just not that bright :o) lol if I was the judge in this case I would of made him spend the night with the pig. in the pigpen! And in the morning make him clean the pigpen that would give him all the throwing he ever wanted

4. Hey if it works why not!!
I remember when I was a kid there was a incident that happened at a birthday party, where the silly string would burst in to flames if it was to close to the candles on the cake we all had to try it out what this has to do with this I don’t know :o) just thought I would add

5. Hahahaaa,, this is all most as bad as the guy that shot him self in the mouth with the nail gun and the nail was in the roof of his mouth and he did not know how it happened.

You know I wonder if this guy was a sumo wrestler or some thing lol *Wink Wink*

Hey this was funny ;o)
Have a good one sweetie
playgirl
Dec. 11th, 2006 04:56 am (UTC)
1. I feel it was wrong to have her own son arrested.

2. Amazing how even teachers can be so stupid!

3. I call that Piggy cruelty!

4. Oh how I'd love to pour some Silly String all over you! heh heh

5. God! What things some people will poke into their body for a thrill! haaaa
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