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2011-02-26 02:58:54 PM  
That stuff aside, was it actually a good day care?
 
2011-02-26 03:02:16 PM  
there's no place like home
 
2011-02-26 03:02:58 PM  
Damnit, who let Charlie Sheen start a daycare?
 
2011-02-26 03:04:52 PM  
Scratches head...wonders how the cops knew to bust the place.
 
2011-02-26 03:05:39 PM  
"I just think it's crazy. I don't know where I'm going to send my kids now. It was convenient for me," said the mom.

You don't say...
 
2011-02-26 03:06:44 PM  
Cool! A vibrating gun! *points it at schoolmate* Bang! Bang! I hit you!
 
2011-02-26 03:08:43 PM  
Giggity.
 
2011-02-26 03:13:13 PM  
"I just think it's crazy. I don't know where I'm going to send my kids now. It was convenient for me," said the mom.

They just found porn, thousands of dollars worth of drugs, and sex toys in your child's daycare, and you're worried about convenience?

Mother of the year material right here...
 
2011-02-26 03:14:13 PM  
During the bust, agents found $6,000 worth of crack cocaine, several bags of sex toys and $4,000 cash.

Maybe they had a Slumber Party. With coke.
 
2011-02-26 03:14:23 PM  

StoneColdAtheist: Scratches head...wonders how the cops knew to bust the place.


This.

Best. Front. Evar!

Not to mention the convenient one stop shop for coke whore single moms AKA "strippers".

One of the kids' drawrings...

www.yourfunnystuff.com
 
2011-02-26 03:19:15 PM  
What? No dead dog outside? The quality of day care centers is really slipping.
 
2011-02-26 03:20:03 PM  

Hilary T. N. Seuss: Cool! A vibrating gun! *points it at schoolmate* Bang! Bang! I hit you!


STOP IT! You're interupting my tea party with Mrs Inflatable Doll, the unicorn toy, and my teddy bear!
 
2011-02-26 03:20:16 PM  
The drugs, fine, go directly to jail, etc. Sex toys, though, sounds like this was one of those residential day care, run out of someone's home. The fact that you found sex toys shouldn't even qualify for the police report, much less the news.
 
2011-02-26 03:30:12 PM  
came here to say what UsikFark and Laire said... such a great mom!
 
2011-02-26 03:35:59 PM  

Anderson's Pooper: What? No dead dog outside? The quality of day care centers is really slipping.


I don't know if the thread ended here, but it's a close call. Well played.
 
2011-02-26 03:38:35 PM  
In the article it said the sex toys were in the same room as the kids. So there's that. I see pedobear is running a daycare now.
 
2011-02-26 03:41:08 PM  

Anderson's Pooper: What? No dead dog outside? The quality of day care centers is really slipping.


Fark that!
 
2011-02-26 03:44:47 PM  

LowbrowDeluxe: The drugs, fine, go directly to jail, etc. Sex toys, though, sounds like this was one of those residential day care, run out of someone's home. The fact that you found sex toys shouldn't even qualify for the police report, much less the news.


It says they found "bags of sex toys". Must have been a one stop shop. Drop off the kids, pick up some vibrators and coke, what a weekend!
 
2011-02-26 03:47:57 PM  

LowbrowDeluxe: The drugs, fine, go directly to jail, etc. Sex toys, though, sounds like this was one of those residential day care, run out of someone's home. The fact that you found sex toys shouldn't even qualify for the police report, much less the news.


Not even if the sex toys and porn were being kept out in the open in the kid's play area?
 
2011-02-26 03:48:57 PM  
Am I going to hell laughing at the this idea?

Look mommy, I got this shiny metal bracelet at school today,
but it smells kinda funny...
 
2011-02-26 03:49:21 PM  
NightOwl2255 - Anderson's Pooper: What? No dead dog outside? The quality of day care centers is really slipping.

Fark that!

And now it's over.
 
2011-02-26 03:54:58 PM  
Is there an age limit on enrollees?
 
2011-02-26 04:05:02 PM  
Oblig (NSW) Link (new window)
 
2011-02-26 04:11:10 PM  

platedlizard: LowbrowDeluxe: The drugs, fine, go directly to jail, etc. Sex toys, though, sounds like this was one of those residential day care, run out of someone's home. The fact that you found sex toys shouldn't even qualify for the police report, much less the news.

Not even if the sex toys and porn were being kept out in the open in the kid's play area?


Well, if they were 'bags of sex toys' then they weren't exactly out in the open, but yeah, there are limits. Still, as bad as parents can get I have trouble imagining someone picking out a day care, doing a walkthrough and going, "Hmmm, well...the wide assortment of marital aids in the playroom is a bit off-putting, but at least it's convenient to the highway."
 
2011-02-26 04:21:52 PM  

Mordis: Is there an age limit on enrollees?


Came here to say this. Leaving satisfied. (Could be more so if enrolled)
 
2011-02-26 04:24:20 PM  
FTA: Reanell Booker,50, who ran the R&B S&M Childcare Services along Rosedale Street, was taken into custody, police said.

Needed fixin'
 
2011-02-26 04:26:54 PM  
I love you
You love me
Shove that dildo in Johhny
Now lets watch some
chicks get it on
Hey kid don't bogart that bong!
 
2011-02-26 04:36:06 PM  
files.pittsburghlive.com

Reanell T. Booker

Booker, Dano.

/Surprised?
 
2011-02-26 04:38:53 PM  

Franco: In the article it said the sex toys were in the same room as the kids. So there's that. I see pedobear is running a daycare now.



Were they unisex toys?
 
2011-02-26 04:39:06 PM  

Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: Hilary T. N. Seuss: Cool! A vibrating gun! *points it at schoolmate* Bang! Bang! I hit you!

STOP IT! You're interupting my tea party with Mrs Inflatable Doll, the unicorn toy, and my teddy bear!


Hey Billy this big pacifier tastes funny.
 
2011-02-26 04:43:21 PM  
FTA: "Booker was released from jail late Friday."


$6k in coke, $4k in cash and a Dildorama all at a day care.

AND SHE'S OUT OF JAIL THE SAME DAY?

/Puzzled
 
2011-02-26 04:44:46 PM  
A few years ago I tutored first graders at a school in this neighborhood. It's probably the worst neighborhood in the city. From what I saw, kids there tend to get poor treatment more often than not. Sadly, not surprised either...
 
2011-02-26 04:49:39 PM  
Something tells me the neighbor passing out flyers has a lot of inside info on all of this.
 
2011-02-26 05:10:28 PM  

notyoucoach: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: Hilary T. N. Seuss: Cool! A vibrating gun! *points it at schoolmate* Bang! Bang! I hit you!

STOP IT! You're interupting my tea party with Mrs Inflatable Doll, the unicorn toy, and my teddy bear!

Hey Billy this big pacifier tastes funny.


Look at all these dressup clothes! But they're so confusing... why would anyone want these spiky necklaces and black masks? And who is "Big Daddy" because I found his vest.
 
2011-02-26 05:11:01 PM  

LowbrowDeluxe: platedlizard: LowbrowDeluxe: The drugs, fine, go directly to jail, etc. Sex toys, though, sounds like this was one of those residential day care, run out of someone's home. The fact that you found sex toys shouldn't even qualify for the police report, much less the news.

Not even if the sex toys and porn were being kept out in the open in the kid's play area?

Well, if they were 'bags of sex toys' then they weren't exactly out in the open, but yeah, there are limits. Still, as bad as parents can get I have trouble imagining someone picking out a day care, doing a walkthrough and going, "Hmmm, well...the wide assortment of marital aids in the playroom is a bit off-putting, but at least it's convenient to the highway."


Well then..... tidy up
 
2011-02-26 05:12:17 PM  
And I was just trying to figure out where to take my son for daycare...
 
2011-02-26 05:16:46 PM  
Actually this wouldn't be a bad idea for senior citizen daycare center. Picking them up at the end of the day might be rough, "I'm not ready to go, gad dammit!"
 
2011-02-26 05:20:09 PM  
she looks like her pussy stinks
 
2011-02-26 05:29:16 PM  

Farker T: FTA: "Booker was released from jail late Friday."


$6k in coke, $4k in cash and a Dildorama all at a day care.

AND SHE'S OUT OF JAIL THE SAME DAY?

/Puzzled


Farker T: FTA: "Booker was released from jail late Friday."


$6k in coke, $4k in cash and a Dildorama all at a day care.

AND SHE'S OUT OF JAIL THE SAME DAY?

/Puzzled


Vagina. If she was a he you know he'd be held without bond.
 
2011-02-26 05:30:34 PM  
"There are no words to explain when you hear your son is going to a day care where drugs are being sold...sex toys...and there are children there all day," she said.

It's just like going to Planned Parenthood with kiddos!
 
2011-02-26 06:00:31 PM  
Son of a biatch, fate! Seriously! Where the fark were these daycares when I was that age? Why the fark was I stuck with my crusty mother fargin' grandmother when I could have been in one of these pre-school paradises? Fark you, fate. Fark you with a fargin' broomstick.
 
2011-02-26 06:16:56 PM  
FTA: I don't want people to think that every daycare is like this because it's not.
 
2011-02-26 08:58:41 PM  

Anderson's Pooper: What? No dead dog outside? The quality of day care centers is really slipping.


fark, I laughed way too hard at that. Bravo! That thread was the gift that just kept on giving.
 
2011-02-26 09:13:01 PM  
disneyland/pittsburg. a magical place indeed.
 
2011-02-26 10:26:05 PM  

cats4rent: disneyland/pittsburg. a magical place indeed.


Homewood is hardly Pittsburgh. Homewood is a complete shiathole.
 
2011-02-27 10:55:16 AM  

The_Homeless_Guy: Homewood is hardly Pittsburgh. Homewood is a complete shiathole.


I concur. Homewood is actually one of the parts of Pittsburgh where I used to go to buy $300 junker cars, which I would then fix up and either keep or resell south of the WV border once I was bored of them. (I was a broke college kid with nothing but a set of tools and Haynes manuals to my name.)

The mechanics were so corrupt and the average car owners so dumb there that one'd routinely get Craigslist ads for cars that didn't run and 'would need $1500 to fix,' going for a pittance and the trouble would be, I shiat you not, the damn thing needed an alternator. Once, it was only a battery and $20 worth of Bondo for a car that lasted me from 68K when I bought it to 110K when I got one in a color I liked better (yes, one could be that picky,) and sold it for three times what I'd paid. Another time, all the car needed was two windows ($40 apiece at the junkyard,) because they'd been smashed or shot out.

Of course, to do this sort of thing, I did have the sunk costs of bringing my one friend and her concealed-carry permit along on the days when I picked out cars and the extra $60 or so it took to run Carfaxes and make sure the merchandise wasn't 'hot.' Not a hobby for a serious businessperson, but for a broke college kid, especially one who loves car repair, it was not a bad pastime. I didn't make much, but I was able to pay for books and also to cut some really needy car buyers (read: single mom, three kids, job to get to and no public transit,) a serious break when I resold the things. It was fun enough that the money was secondary, but I was broke enough to still do my homework with Edmunds, NADA and KBB. I also got to be pretty darn good with some repairs.

Usually, if you bought from women, you were okay as far as hot cars went, and since I was this comparatively nerdy college girl with a wrench set, female sellers were usually incredibly easy to deal with in bargaining. There were times I beat out male buyers with more money simply because I'd fix something wrong with the seller's replacement car while they watched and I explained, and one time I actually got a pretty decent Toyota, advertised at $500, for $450 because I watched the seller's grandkids while she bailed her son out of jail. Really precious kids, too. I taught them the sign language for 'Jesus Loves Me' and their grandma was actually crying, she was so pleased. It started to sting the next day, when the $50 I'd saved was enough for the parts to fix everything wrong, and that was the beginning of the end for my car-flipping.

I finally gave it up the day a seller had a car with so little wrong and such blatant lies from her own mechanic, I felt embarrassed to take it. I had gotten a better job and wasn't going hungry a few nights a week anymore, hence the sudden sprouting of a conscience. So I told her I'd teach her to fix it, provided she helped and paid for parts, and then she wouldn't have to sell. She agreed, we fixed it in less than a day and then I took her to an honest mechanic in the South Hills that my parents knew for the inspection. It passed with flying colors and the guys there even helped the lady file a complaint against the garage that had over-quoted and lied to her.

Best yet, the seller (who was three years my junior and a high-school kid trying to help her mom and little siblings,) took a shine to car repair, signed up for her school's vo-tech exchange program and is now a licensed mechanic and most of the way through her advanced ASE's. Her family lives in a much nicer neighborhood, she's saving to open an honest shop (for and by women,) and if there's something wrong with one of my cars that I can't do myself (like exhaust welding...I still can't weld for shiat,) I take it to the dealership where she works and get wonderful service for a price so fair, the dealership's cashiers assume that we're either relatives or sorority sisters.

If there were a Phi Rosie Kaylee for girl mechanics, we would be.
 
2011-02-27 04:30:48 PM  
I'm just here to say, Steely Dan ROCKS
 
2011-02-27 05:49:33 PM  
drop your kids off for a few hours go home with some crack and sex toys and have some proper me-time

/best stress relief ever
 
2011-02-27 06:05:49 PM  

SpiderQueenDemon: The_Homeless_Guy: Homewood is hardly Pittsburgh. Homewood is a complete shiathole.

I concur. Homewood is actually one of the parts of Pittsburgh where I used to go to buy $300 junker cars, which I would then fix up and either keep or resell south of the WV border once I was bored of them. (I was a broke college kid with nothing but a set of tools and Haynes manuals to my name.)

The mechanics were so corrupt and the average car owners so dumb there that one'd routinely get Craigslist ads for cars that didn't run and 'would need $1500 to fix,' going for a pittance and the trouble would be, I shiat you not, the damn thing needed an alternator. Once, it was only a battery and $20 worth of Bondo for a car that lasted me from 68K when I bought it to 110K when I got one in a color I liked better (yes, one could be that picky,) and sold it for three times what I'd paid. Another time, all the car needed was two windows ($40 apiece at the junkyard,) because they'd been smashed or shot out.

Of course, to do this sort of thing, I did have the sunk costs of bringing my one friend and her concealed-carry permit along on the days when I picked out cars and the extra $60 or so it took to run Carfaxes and make sure the merchandise wasn't 'hot.' Not a hobby for a serious businessperson, but for a broke college kid, especially one who loves car repair, it was not a bad pastime. I didn't make much, but I was able to pay for books and also to cut some really needy car buyers (read: single mom, three kids, job to get to and no public transit,) a serious break when I resold the things. It was fun enough that the money was secondary, but I was broke enough to still do my homework with Edmunds, NADA and KBB. I also got to be pretty darn good with some repairs.

Usually, if you bought from women, you were okay as far as hot cars went, and since I was this comparatively nerdy college girl with a wrench set, female sellers were usually incredibly easy to deal with in bargaining. There were times I beat out male buyers with more money simply because I'd fix something wrong with the seller's replacement car while they watched and I explained, and one time I actually got a pretty decent Toyota, advertised at $500, for $450 because I watched the seller's grandkids while she bailed her son out of jail. Really precious kids, too. I taught them the sign language for 'Jesus Loves Me' and their grandma was actually crying, she was so pleased. It started to sting the next day, when the $50 I'd saved was enough for the parts to fix everything wrong, and that was the beginning of the end for my car-flipping.

I finally gave it up the day a seller had a car with so little wrong and such blatant lies from her own mechanic, I felt embarrassed to take it. I had gotten a better job and wasn't going hungry a few nights a week anymore, hence the sudden sprouting of a conscience. So I told her I'd teach her to fix it, provided she helped and paid for parts, and then she wouldn't have to sell. She agreed, we fixed it in less than a day and then I took her to an honest mechanic in the South Hills that my parents knew for the inspection. It passed with flying colors and the guys there even helped the lady file a complaint against the garage that had over-quoted and lied to her.

Best yet, the seller (who was three years my junior and a high-school kid trying to help her mom and little siblings,) took a shine to car repair, signed up for her school's vo-tech exchange program and is now a licensed mechanic and most of the way through her advanced ASE's. Her family lives in a much nicer neighborhood, she's saving to open an honest shop (for and by women,) and if there's something wrong with one of my cars that I can't do myself (like exhaust welding...I still can't weld for shiat,) I take it to the dealership where she works and get wonderful service for a price so fair, the dealership's cashiers assume that we're either relatives or sorority sisters.

If there were a Phi Rosie Kaylee for girl mechanics, we would be.


Cool story. Teach a man to fish...
 
2011-02-27 08:04:12 PM  

SpiderQueenDemon: The_Homeless_Guy: Homewood is hardly Pittsburgh. Homewood is a complete shiathole.

I concur. Homewood is actually one of the parts of Pittsburgh where I used to go to buy $300 junker cars, which I would then fix up and either keep or resell south of the WV border once I was bored of them. (I was a broke college kid with nothing but a set of tools and Haynes manuals to my name.)

The mechanics were so corrupt and the average car owners so dumb there that one'd routinely get Craigslist ads for cars that didn't run and 'would need $1500 to fix,' going for a pittance and the trouble would be, I shiat you not, the damn thing needed an alternator. Once, it was only a battery and $20 worth of Bondo for a car that lasted me from 68K when I bought it to 110K when I got one in a color I liked better (yes, one could be that picky,) and sold it for three times what I'd paid. Another time, all the car needed was two windows ($40 apiece at the junkyard,) because they'd been smashed or shot out.

Of course, to do this sort of thing, I did have the sunk costs of bringing my one friend and her concealed-carry permit along on the days when I picked out cars and the extra $60 or so it took to run Carfaxes and make sure the merchandise wasn't 'hot.' Not a hobby for a serious businessperson, but for a broke college kid, especially one who loves car repair, it was not a bad pastime. I didn't make much, but I was able to pay for books and also to cut some really needy car buyers (read: single mom, three kids, job to get to and no public transit,) a serious break when I resold the things. It was fun enough that the money was secondary, but I was broke enough to still do my homework with Edmunds, NADA and KBB. I also got to be pretty darn good with some repairs.

Usually, if you bought from women, you were okay as far as hot cars went, and since I was this comparatively nerdy college girl with a wrench set, female sellers were usually incredibly easy to deal with in bargaining. There were times I beat out male buyers with more money simply because I'd fix something wrong with the seller's replacement car while they watched and I explained, and one time I actually got a pretty decent Toyota, advertised at $500, for $450 because I watched the seller's grandkids while she bailed her son out of jail. Really precious kids, too. I taught them the sign language for 'Jesus Loves Me' and their grandma was actually crying, she was so pleased. It started to sting the next day, when the $50 I'd saved was enough for the parts to fix everything wrong, and that was the beginning of the end for my car-flipping.

I finally gave it up the day a seller had a car with so little wrong and such blatant lies from her own mechanic, I felt embarrassed to take it. I had gotten a better job and wasn't going hungry a few nights a week anymore, hence the sudden sprouting of a conscience. So I told her I'd teach her to fix it, provided she helped and paid for parts, and then she wouldn't have to sell. She agreed, we fixed it in less than a day and then I took her to an honest mechanic in the South Hills that my parents knew for the inspection. It passed with flying colors and the guys there even helped the lady file a complaint against the garage that had over-quoted and lied to her.

Best yet, the seller (who was three years my junior and a high-school kid trying to help her mom and little siblings,) took a shine to car repair, signed up for her school's vo-tech exchange program and is now a licensed mechanic and most of the way through her advanced ASE's. Her family lives in a much nicer neighborhood, she's saving to open an honest shop (for and by women,) and if there's something wrong with one of my cars that I can't do myself (like exhaust welding...I still can't weld for shiat,) I take it to the dealership where she works and get wonderful service for a price so fair, the dealership's cashiers assume that we're either relatives or sorority sisters.

If there were a Phi Rosie Kaylee for girl mechanics, we would be.


tl;dr

/jk, css
//you're a better man than me
 
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