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(Tulsa World)   If you are throwing children to make your point, perhaps the neighbors are not quite the busybodies that they seem   (tulsaworld.com) divider line 77
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2009-07-21 12:37:03 PM
POTY nominees for sure.....
 
2009-07-21 01:08:28 PM
i97.photobucket.com
 
2009-07-21 01:58:52 PM
Spare the electric stove element, spoil the child.
 
2009-07-21 02:45:20 PM
Gene and Geneva? That's cute.
 
2009-07-21 02:47:04 PM
If your point was to see how far you can throw them I don't see the problem.
 
2009-07-21 02:47:05 PM
Wake up, Geneva, it's time for jail!
 
2009-07-21 02:47:20 PM
Yes indeed, Tulsa is making a good name for itself on Fark today.
 
2009-07-21 02:47:51 PM
ilikeracecars: Gene and Geneva? That's cute.

Their parents named all the kids with "G" names...

Is she still his sister if they get divorced?

Meth is a helluva drug...


/be here all week
///try the waitress
 
2009-07-21 02:48:01 PM
TOUCHDOWN! *thows baby to the ground*
 
2009-07-21 02:49:47 PM
Most epic parenting fail ever.

/unless someone has something better.
//in which case, cough it up
 
2009-07-21 02:49:48 PM
Let's see 'em toss one of those fat babies from Maury Povich and then we'll see how tough they are.
 
2009-07-21 02:49:55 PM
how is babby throwed
 
2009-07-21 02:50:58 PM
Just because they took their parental lessons from Jack Daniels doesn't make them uncaring parents. They were probably just loaded, is all. While sober they are probably helicopters.


/drunk right now.
 
2009-07-21 02:52:42 PM
Pucking Fukes! Both of them!

That is all!
 
2009-07-21 02:52:45 PM
Dirtybird971: Just because they took their parental lessons from Jack Daniels doesn't make them uncaring parents. They were probably just loaded, is all. While sober they are probably helicopters.


/drunk right now.


There's nothing worse than a drunk helicopter.
 
2009-07-21 02:53:45 PM
is this how babby deformed?
 
2009-07-21 02:54:24 PM
In TFA it said the dude ran in through the front door of some random house and out if the back door to escape the farkin popo man!

Was this a cartoon?

RUN DONNIE RUN!!!!!!

/give me the babbies I know good people who will not THROW you on your little baby faces jayzus chrast!
 
2009-07-21 02:55:30 PM
I once threw a child....when I was a lifeguard and the kids who were in my swim lesson class kept refusing to get in the water. After about 5-10 minutes of their shiat, I offered them the choice of hopping in themselves or being tossed in one by one. They thought I was bluffing. I wasn't.
 
2009-07-21 02:56:07 PM
FTFA "One child is 17 months old; the other two are 9-month-old twins, police said."
Breeders?
 
2009-07-21 02:57:31 PM
HMS_Blinkin: I once threw a child....when I was a lifeguard and the kids who were in my swim lesson class kept refusing to get in the water. After about 5-10 minutes of their shiat, I offered them the choice of hopping in themselves or being tossed in one by one. They thought I was bluffing. I wasn't.

And why aren't you in prison? Despicable. Worse than these two, for sure.
 
2009-07-21 02:59:13 PM
Lee responded by removing a baby from a carrier on his chest and throwing the child to the ground and shouting at the witnesses across the street, police records allege.

Don't spike the baby

/delay of game
 
2009-07-21 03:00:02 PM
For a second, I thought that was Kevin Federline in the mugshot!

17 month old baby + 9 month old twins? Does that make them Irish triplets?

I'm making a plea for sterilization here. Why is it people who would make good parents often have a terrible time making babies when asshats like these two pop out babies like a farking Pez dispenser??
 
2009-07-21 03:01:30 PM
I don't want them learning about gravity in the playground. Better they should learn it at home. This is how gravity affects a body -
Plop!
See? That's gravity at work and it effects everything including your little brother.

Now, here is some Newtonian physics for you. Get in the stroller, it's moving with you in it, right. Now watch what happens when I stop. That's right. You kept going.

Can't trust the schools to teach them about this stuff.
 
2009-07-21 03:01:32 PM
HMS_Blinkin: I once threw a child....when I was a lifeguard and the kids who were in my swim lesson class kept refusing to get in the water. After about 5-10 minutes of their shiat, I offered them the choice of hopping in themselves or being tossed in one by one. They thought I was bluffing. I wasn't.

God, I wish someone had done that for me when I was young. Do you have any idea how many years I spent afraid of swimming? I think a quick toss into the deep end would have taught me a lot about life.
 
2009-07-21 03:03:25 PM
I wish I had been there. I am not a violent person but I would have farked that man up something fierce.
 
2009-07-21 03:04:45 PM
reillan: Yes indeed, Tulsa is making a good name for itself on Fark today.

This happened in Bartlesville, which is a good stone's child's throw from Tulsa.

FTFM
 
2009-07-21 03:05:41 PM
I throw children regularly so I'm getting a kick, etc...

not like that though!
 
2009-07-21 03:07:00 PM
HMS_Blinkin: I once threw a child....when I was a lifeguard and the kids who were in my swim lesson class kept refusing to get in the water. After about 5-10 minutes of their shiat, I offered them the choice of hopping in themselves or being tossed in one by one. They thought I was bluffing. I wasn't.

Did ya have to throw ALL of them, or did the rest of them leap in once you threw the first one?
 
2009-07-21 03:08:04 PM
Wow. What is THAT? How did these folks even get to the breeding stage with tat kind of mentality?

I think we're allowing too much nonsense to survive and breed.

/Darwin wept
 
2009-07-21 03:08:08 PM
LavenderWolf: Most epic parenting fail ever.

/unless someone has something better.
//in which case, cough it up


Not that I'm trying to 'win' or anything, but this one still pisses me off everytime "My daddy ate my eyes."
(new window)
 
2009-07-21 03:11:18 PM
HMS_Blinkin: I once threw a child....when I was a lifeguard and the kids who were in my swim lesson class kept refusing to get in the water. After about 5-10 minutes of their shiat, I offered them the choice of hopping in themselves or being tossed in one by one. They thought I was bluffing. I wasn't.

And swim teachers like you are the reason I never got over my fear of the water. My son who is very much like me was gently eased into becoming comfortable with the water over several sessions of lessons in multiple years. Now he has no problems at all and I still cringe and think back to how awful swimming lessons were when I was young.

Evil, evil sadistic people...
 
2009-07-21 03:11:21 PM
Barakku [TotalFark] Quote 2009-07-21 02:52:45 PM
Dirtybird971: Just because they took their parental lessons from Jack Daniels doesn't make them uncaring parents. They were probably just loaded, is all. While sober they are probably helicopters.


/drunk right now.

There's nothing worse than a drunk helicopter.


What about a wounded mosquito?


Quick Fixer Quote 2009-07-21 03:01:32 PM
HMS_Blinkin: I once threw a child....when I was a lifeguard and the kids who were in my swim lesson class kept refusing to get in the water. After about 5-10 minutes of their shiat, I offered them the choice of hopping in themselves or being tossed in one by one. They thought I was bluffing. I wasn't.

God, I wish someone had done that for me when I was young. Do you have any idea how many years I spent afraid of swimming? I think a quick toss into the deep end would have taught me a lot about life.


You mean like "drowning sucks" glub glub....
 
2009-07-21 03:11:23 PM
dabbletech: reillan: Yes indeed, Tulsa is making a good name for itself on Fark today.

This happened in Bartlesville, which is a good stone's child's throw from Tulsa.

FTFM


Yeah, technically the other article was in Pryor, which is not exactly Tulsa either. Both are in the MSA, but that's about the best I've got.
 
2009-07-21 03:11:31 PM
I can't even laugh about this after reading that story. I understand how most of us could, but this is one where I don't think I'd be waiting for cops to show up to fark these people up (because the cops sure won't). I don't care if they're high.

/well, the "threw the kid in the bushes" sounded kinda funny for a second...Why bother throwing him in the bushes?
 
2009-07-21 03:12:11 PM
Ponzholio: LavenderWolf: Most epic parenting fail ever.

/unless someone has something better.
//in which case, cough it up

Not that I'm trying to 'win' or anything, but this one still pisses me off everytime "My daddy ate my eyes."
(new window)


Shut UP! I have been trying to forget that since I saw it.
 
2009-07-21 03:12:51 PM
APPROVES
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2009-07-21 03:13:14 PM
There is nothing I hate more than rednecks.
 
2009-07-21 03:13:44 PM
i371.photobucket.com\


/came for this
 
2009-07-21 03:15:11 PM
Dirtybird971:
You mean like "drowning sucks" glub glub....


Oh come now. There's a life guard right there, and brain damage from oxygen deprivation takes a good five minutes to set in. In the worst case scenario I go under, and I get fished out and resuscitated. Then I know the worst that can happen; it's all uphill from there.
 
2009-07-21 03:15:30 PM
Quick Fixer Quote 2009-07-21 03:01:32 PM
HMS_Blinkin: I once threw a child....when I was a lifeguard and the kids who were in my swim lesson class kept refusing to get in the water. After about 5-10 minutes of their shiat, I offered them the choice of hopping in themselves or being tossed in one by one. They thought I was bluffing. I wasn't.

God, I wish someone had done that for me when I was young. Do you have any idea how many years I spent afraid of swimming? I think a quick toss into the deep end would have taught me a lot about life.


You should have had an older brother around....you'd have learned..
 
2009-07-21 03:21:35 PM
Quick Fixer: HMS_Blinkin: I once threw a child....when I was a lifeguard and the kids who were in my swim lesson class kept refusing to get in the water. After about 5-10 minutes of their shiat, I offered them the choice of hopping in themselves or being tossed in one by one. They thought I was bluffing. I wasn't.

God, I wish someone had done that for me when I was young. Do you have any idea how many years I spent afraid of swimming? I think a quick toss into the deep end would have taught me a lot about life.


My dad taught me to swim by throwing me in the lake. Swimming was easy. Getting out of the sack with the rocks in the bottom was the hard part.
 
2009-07-21 03:23:53 PM
Quick Fixer: Dirtybird971:
You mean like "drowning sucks" glub glub....

Oh come now. There's a life guard right there, and brain damage from oxygen deprivation takes a good five minutes to set in. In the worst case scenario I go under, and I get fished out and resuscitated. Then I know the worst that can happen; it's all uphill from there.


Nonsense! When I was in grade 5 my friend's little brother drowned at a birthday party at a public indoor pool where there were lifeguards all over the place. One of his friends noticed his bloated little body.
 
2009-07-21 03:29:35 PM
...Lee threw the child he was carrying into the bushes and turned to the witness...When Lee saw officers arriving, he reportedly fled again, running in the front door of a home and leaving through the back door. He then ran into another house, where police found him and the child who had been thrown.

How the hell did the toddler get out of the bushes and get to the second house to meet up with his dad before the cops even got there? That's an amazing baby.
 
2009-07-21 03:31:19 PM
Damn this Obama administration. If you can't throw your own children into the ground, just what the hell can you do in this country anymore?
 
2009-07-21 03:32:03 PM
EggFool: Quick Fixer: Dirtybird971:
You mean like "drowning sucks" glub glub....

Oh come now. There's a life guard right there, and brain damage from oxygen deprivation takes a good five minutes to set in. In the worst case scenario I go under, and I get fished out and resuscitated. Then I know the worst that can happen; it's all uphill from there.

Nonsense! When I was in grade 5 my friend's little brother drowned at a birthday party at a public indoor pool where there were lifeguards all over the place. One of his friends noticed his bloated little body.


Well now Im going to have a little drink.
 
2009-07-21 03:33:53 PM
Barakku: TOUCHDOWN! *thows baby to the ground*

This is so awful.

/I laughed so hard.
//"I'ma gonna burn in hell when I die"
 
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2009-07-21 03:35:24 PM
PsychoLaurie:
I'm making a plea for sterilization here. Why is it people who would make good parents often have a terrible time making babies when asshats like these two pop out babies like a farking Pez dispenser??


i217.photobucket.com
 
2009-07-21 03:36:58 PM
As God is my witness, I thought they could fly...
 
2009-07-21 03:36:58 PM
img171.imageshack.us
 
2009-07-21 03:39:16 PM
QT_3.14159: HMS_Blinkin: I once threw a child....when I was a lifeguard and the kids who were in my swim lesson class kept refusing to get in the water. After about 5-10 minutes of their shiat, I offered them the choice of hopping in themselves or being tossed in one by one. They thought I was bluffing. I wasn't.

And swim teachers like you are the reason I never got over my fear of the water. My son who is very much like me was gently eased into becoming comfortable with the water over several sessions of lessons in multiple years. Now he has no problems at all and I still cringe and think back to how awful swimming lessons were when I was young.

Evil, evil sadistic people...


Have you noticed small sores opening up on your childs body?
I don't get the fear of water... If you took a bath when you were young there is NO reason to be afraid of a pool - it's a big, safe bathtub.

Years seems a bit long, and I think he would have been better off getting tossed in. Remember the article about tossing babies into a pool and then making them flip on their backs? If a baby can figure out how not to drown in a pool then it goes without saying there should be very little fear involved in swimming in a pool.

Maybe does it have to do with some other type of fear? Monster movie or something?
I honestly cannot understand the fear (short of a child who had a violent and potentially fatal interaction with the water) of water. I don't think getting thrown in the water under supervision from a trained professional should be a traumatic experience.

Perhaps I just have an odd family with a massive affinity to water/swimming - we all started swimming lessons when we were 1 year old.
 
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