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2012-06-06 08:13:49 PM  

imprimere: Reading is just not a strong suit on FARK most days. She did not say she forgot to buckle the kid in, quite the opposite; the kid was buckled in the car seat (according to her). She just forgot to buckle herself in.

/FARK must produce a lot of strippers


Go on...
 
2012-06-06 08:15:08 PM  

Eirik: but she was not leaving that seat again.

/She's seven now.
//I know, CSB.


I'm surprised at seven that she still fits in the seat.

\I bet the bedsores are a biatch, too.
 
2012-06-06 08:15:53 PM  

Gyrfalcon: algrant33: Gyrfalcon: AbbeySomeone: Bathia_Mapes: Ambivalence: doglover: It's a three year old?

Why's he in diaper?

I remember reading that, statisticly, it takes boys longer to potty train than girls.

Don't know if it's true. I was blessed not to have children.

It can with some toddlers, but parental involvement in the potty training process is very important. There's also the issue of some toddlers having accidents, especially if they're away from home because some of them are reluctant to use anything but their potty chair at home.

Still, it's a 3 year old wearing nothing but a diaper. If he can figure out how to unbuckle himself it seems that he can use the toilet.

Often 3 year olds can use the toilet AT HOME, but can't hold it till they GET HOME, you know? It doesn't do him any good at all to know how to use the potty if there isn't one for three miles.

Why is he completely naked save for the diaper? Not only in the car, but in the on-air interview too?

That's a lazy farking mom.

You don't have access to any 3-year olds, do you? They don't stay clothed. Boy, are you persnickety today.


You amaze me. On one hand you can tell that people are psychopaths just by their looks. Yet, when it's obvious this is a lazy and stupid mother, you find every excuse to defend her. It's just an argument thing with you, isn't it? A hopeful lawyer thing?
 
2012-06-06 08:17:21 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: labman: At these prices, the gas is worth more than the kid.

Probably smells better, too


Amen to both. Stupid kid. Next time put it in the trunk.
 
2012-06-06 08:17:45 PM  

Gyrfalcon: That's a lazy farking mom.

You don't have access to any 3-year olds, do you? They don't stay clothed. Boy, are you persnickety today.


They're all locked up in the basement.
 
2012-06-06 08:17:50 PM  
I have a 3 year old who buckles and unbuckles himself, so her story certainly is plausible. Still, she's not white and is probably lying.
 
2012-06-06 08:18:04 PM  
Is the kid with the dog tag checking out the mom's ass?
 
2012-06-06 08:21:08 PM  

tuffsnake: Is the kid with the dog tag checking out the mom's ass?


The bigger the cushion...
 
2012-06-06 08:21:33 PM  

Gyrfalcon: Often 3 year olds can use the toilet AT HOME, but can't hold it till they GET HOME, you know? It doesn't do him any good at all to know how to use the potty if there isn't one for three miles.


Hey genius, did you watch the video? THE KID IS AT HOME NOW, AND STILL WEARING THE FARKING DIAPER.

STFU and stop making excuses for your OWN shiatty parenting.
 
2012-06-06 08:22:10 PM  

JonnyG: I have a 3 year old who buckles and unbuckles himself, so her story certainly is plausible. Still, she's not white and is probably lying.


Are you racial troll-filing?
 
2012-06-06 08:22:19 PM  

imprimere: thatboyoverthere: imprimere: I'm the first one to bash and blame the po-po, but, uhm... no.

If people thought you were stupid before, they know that you are now. They also know you're a liar.

I mean the cops would have to have the foresight to bring with them a gas can. I mean can you imagine that.
"Hey Bob. We should get a gas can, fill it with gas and when we pull over a mother we swap out the kid with the gas can and charge her for it."

Well, I RTFA and she's not suggesting they planted the can. She is insisting that her boy knows how to buckle and unbuckle his seat belt. The boy then chose NOT to unbuckle the seatbelt on the car seat, but rather slip out, jump into the seat next to it, and then buckle that seatbelt. Then, the girl in the front seat, for some unknown reason, picked up the gas can and put it in the car seat. This made it appear to be buckled in, even though it's clear that the can was just slipped under the belt a little.

I don't know where the 'cops set her up' bit comes from in TFH.


My brain hurt from trying to figure that out. At three I could see him getting out but not him buckling himself in.
 
2012-06-06 08:23:38 PM  
Even the Mexicans in Florida aren't buying her story...
 
2012-06-06 08:26:19 PM  

imprimere: belhade: Gilligann: Looking at the picture, does she seriously secure the kids seat by putting the seat belt across the front of the it?

And yeah, she's full of shiat. You don't just "forget" to buckle. If you do it all the time it's something you just do when you get in your car. And she probably didn't want to bother strapping her kid down, had him sit in the normal seat, and just threw the gas container wherever he wasn't sitting.

I've "forgotten" to buckle. Sometimes when we go out, our older son (now four) will sometimes run out to the car, open the door and climb into his seat. Then my wife will go out, assume I'm taking care of him, and get into the passenger seat. Then I will come out, with the infant and diaper bag, and assume that my wife took care of the first son. Then I pull out of the driveway and realize that the older son is in the middle, between seats, playing with his baby brother. It happens.

Reading is just not a strong suit on FARK most days. She did not say she forgot to buckle the kid in, quite the opposite; the kid was buckled in the car seat (according to her). She just forgot to buckle herself in.

/FARK must produce a lot of strippers


I think we can all read what she said. Doesn't mean we believe her.

I'm going to comment on what I think happened, not what she says to cover her own ass.
 
2012-06-06 08:28:21 PM  
She could be full of Crap but... I've known 3 y.o.s who buckled/unbuckled themselves. Mine like to put his favorite bear into the carseat and buckle it. Course he did that as we would exit the vehicle. I could very easily see the kid doing thus (with the gas can)to be "helpful".

Am I saying that's what happened? No. But as Adam & Jamie would says, it is plausible. If that is what happened, I wish the kid good luck at the bad timing awards.
 
2012-06-06 08:33:00 PM  
Look, if a kid can get out of my van, which has all the interior locks removed, and the lone side window filled in with Bondo - I'm pretty sure the kid could unbuckle himself.
 
2012-06-06 08:33:16 PM  
Bullshiat. Bull. Shiat. That type of carseat is not made to buckle with an adult lap-shoulder belt. It lacks the guide slots to hold the belt in position. Using the lap shoulder belt on the toddler in that seat and getting in an accident would place the belt directly across his throat and probably kill him. Look at it - the five point harness is still in use. Well, at least it should be in use. I guess it didn't fit the gas can, though.
 
2012-06-06 08:34:37 PM  

elev8meL8r: Look, if a kid can get out of my van, which has all the interior locks removed, and the lone side window filled in with Bondo - I'm pretty sure the kid could unbuckle himself.


Another stripper.
 
2012-06-06 08:35:45 PM  
1. If your child climbs out of his/her safty seat while you are driving, you IMMEDIATELY pull over and correct the issue. Scolding said child before moving on. Each time the child does this, you ALWAYS pull over and fix the issue

2. If the child were actually in the seat, why in gods name was the gas can in the seat with the child?

3. Just "forgetting" to use your seat belt is not a valid excuse for putting your children in danger. If your child "forgets" to use their seat belt, you remind them to use their farking seat belt. If they take off their seat belt, you pull over and remind your farking kid to use their seat belt.

In other words, if your children are retarded about safety in the car, then you should stop driving until they stop being retarded.

So, yes, retard you are bad mom.
 
2012-06-06 08:39:20 PM  

auckerman: 1. If your child climbs out of his/her safty seat while you are driving, you IMMEDIATELY pull over and correct the issue. Scolding said child before moving on. Each time the child does this, you ALWAYS pull over and fix the issue

2. If the child were actually in the seat, why in gods name was the gas can in the seat with the child?

3. Just "forgetting" to use your seat belt is not a valid excuse for putting your children in danger. If your child "forgets" to use their seat belt, you remind them to use their farking seat belt. If they take off their seat belt, you pull over and remind your farking kid to use their seat belt.

In other words, if your children are retarded about safety in the car, then you should stop driving until they stop being retarded.

So, yes, retard you are bad mom.


You sound white
 
2012-06-06 08:44:34 PM  

namegoeshere: Bullshiat. Bull. Shiat. That type of carseat is not made to buckle with an adult lap-shoulder belt. It lacks the guide slots to hold the belt in position. Using the lap shoulder belt on the toddler in that seat and getting in an accident would place the belt directly across his throat and probably kill him. Look at it - the five point harness is still in use. Well, at least it should be in use. I guess it didn't fit the gas can, though.


You make another great point that I missed in my disbelief of her story. If she's admitting that he slipped out of the "lap belt", she's admitting that she doesn't know how car seats are supposed to be secured. So, was he in the seat's restraints and under the lap belt? That means that the kid unbuckled the carseat buckle, but then chose to slip out of the lap belt without unbuckling. Then, he had the wherewithal to buckle into the seat next to him.

People are really suggesting this is plausible?
 
2012-06-06 08:55:33 PM  
She is also telling two conflicting yet equally implausable stories:

Story #1:

Ramirez says while she was pulled over, her son was in the car seat in the back seat. However, while she was speaking to the officer, Ramirez claims her 3-year-old son wiggled out of the car seat and sat in the passenger-side back seat.

So the kid was in the carseat when she was stopped, and changed seats during the traffic stop.

Story #2:

"He unbuckled it," Ramirez told 9NEWS. "He knows how to unbuckle it. I did not notice him until [out of] the corner of my eye as I'm turning. The lights are flashing behind me [and] he jumped over and put on his big-boy belt."

In this version the child unbuckled the seatbelt (which is clearly still buckled in the picture) while the car was in motion. Mom made the illegal turn, at which time the cop lit her up. The child then moved to the passenger side seat and put on the seatbelt.

Liar, liar, pants on fire.
 
2012-06-06 08:57:11 PM  
I'm fascinated that this woman would come out of comfortable anonymity to try and tell the world she's not a bad mom, when no one even knew who she was in the first place. And when she does appear before the media, she can't even put clothes on the kid.
 
2012-06-06 08:58:58 PM  
You know who ELSE was of Mexican descent and failed to properly secure his family in a moving vehicle?

2.bp.blogspot.com

/sorry
 
2012-06-06 09:02:27 PM  
I know this woman, well, I know a woman just like her so it might as well be her. I doubt she is concerned how well the child is secured, probably lets him get out while driving if he cries. I don't think anyone other then the child was wearing a seat belt, so there you go. But I don't really care, she doesn't seem like a bad person. And what's up with the 14 yo and the lip ring? Is that the new tramp stamp?
 
2012-06-06 09:06:11 PM  
Seriously? Kids are not dumb. They fart and move on and let someone else take the blame as to why there was gas left in their seat.- that is best explaination I have as to why all my cushions wreak like toddler.
 
2012-06-06 09:08:54 PM  

imprimere: thatboyoverthere: imprimere: I'm the first one to bash and blame the po-po, but, uhm... no.

If people thought you were stupid before, they know that you are now. They also know you're a liar.

I mean the cops would have to have the foresight to bring with them a gas can. I mean can you imagine that.
"Hey Bob. We should get a gas can, fill it with gas and when we pull over a mother we swap out the kid with the gas can and charge her for it."

Well, I RTFA and she's not suggesting they planted the can. She is insisting that her boy knows how to buckle and unbuckle his seat belt. The boy then chose NOT to unbuckle the seatbelt on the car seat, but rather slip out, jump into the seat next to it, and then buckle that seatbelt. Then, the girl boy in the front seat, for some unknown reason, picked up the gas can and put it in the car seat. This made it appear to be buckled in, even though it's clear that the can was just slipped under the belt a little.

I don't know where the 'cops set her up' bit comes from in TFH.


Apparently there is a curse that makes everyone unable to comprehend this lady's admittedly garbled and ridiculous story. You came closest - you get an A-.
 
2012-06-06 09:09:46 PM  
www.9news.com

Given the insanely douchey kid on the back left, I encourage her to not promote longevity in her offspring!

No offspring is better, but hey. I'll take what I can get.
 
2012-06-06 09:21:38 PM  
BesiktasBoy83: Sad story this woman needs her uncle or brothers to step in and take care of her behaviour until she is ok again. If my sister did this to her child she wouldn't sit down right for 1 month.

Go on...

/not judging
 
2012-06-06 09:22:07 PM  

Eirik: My daughter used to unbuckle herself from the car seat. She worked at it for a while until she figured out a trick that snapped open the latch without that much effort. She did it once on the freeway, but thankfully we were able to pull into a rest stop and rebuckle her. The last straw was the managed to unbuckle herself while my wife was pulling up to our mailbox. She launched herself across the empty passenger seat and had the door unlatched before my wife caught her and dragged her back.

That night, I bought a bulk package of zip ties and we ziptied over the buckle so it couldn't be released. I was always a little nervous about what we might do in an accident if we had to get her out in a hurry, but she was not leaving that seat again.

/She's seven now.
//I know, CSB.


So when will you let her out of the car seat?
 
2012-06-06 09:22:22 PM  

Dee Snarl: imprimere: thatboyoverthere: imprimere: I'm the first one to bash and blame the po-po, but, uhm... no.

If people thought you were stupid before, they know that you are now. They also know you're a liar.

I mean the cops would have to have the foresight to bring with them a gas can. I mean can you imagine that.
"Hey Bob. We should get a gas can, fill it with gas and when we pull over a mother we swap out the kid with the gas can and charge her for it."

Well, I RTFA and she's not suggesting they planted the can. She is insisting that her boy knows how to buckle and unbuckle his seat belt. The boy then chose NOT to unbuckle the seatbelt on the car seat, but rather slip out, jump into the seat next to it, and then buckle that seatbelt. Then, the girl boy in the front seat, for some unknown reason, picked up the gas can and put it in the car seat. This made it appear to be buckled in, even though it's clear that the can was just slipped under the belt a little.

I don't know where the 'cops set her up' bit comes from in TFH.

Apparently there is a curse that makes everyone unable to comprehend this lady's admittedly garbled and ridiculous story. You came closest - you get an A-.


In my defense, the sex of the passenger/family friend was not revealed in the article. It was an incorrect assumption on my part.
 
2012-06-06 09:22:49 PM  
Ramirez is extremely upset by the controversial photo and apologized for the misunderstanding. She told 9NEWS she plans to sell her car and not drive again.

/Ya, and if you believe that, you should believe that she didn't just stick the gas can in the seat, and belt it in so it wouldn't spill. She was probably tired of the kid screaming about having to stay in the car seat, and let him do what he wants. She and her passenger weren't belted in either. Way to go mom.
 
2012-06-06 09:25:29 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: Ambivalence: doglover: It's a three year old?

Why's he in diaper?

I remember reading that, statisticly, it takes boys longer to potty train than girls.

Don't know if it's true. I was blessed not to have children.

It can with some toddlers, but parental involvement in the potty training process is very important. There's also the issue of some toddlers having accidents, especially if they're away from home because some of them are reluctant to use anything but their potty chair at home.


I mean why ONLY the diaper?

I'd like to tool around town sans clothing too when it's hot. But there's laws.

Mom should have him in a shirt at least.
 
2012-06-06 09:25:59 PM  

thatboyoverthere: imprimere: thatboyoverthere: imprimere: I'm the first one to bash and blame the po-po, but, uhm... no.

If people thought you were stupid before, they know that you are now. They also know you're a liar.

I mean the cops would have to have the foresight to bring with them a gas can. I mean can you imagine that.
"Hey Bob. We should get a gas can, fill it with gas and when we pull over a mother we swap out the kid with the gas can and charge her for it."

Well, I RTFA and she's not suggesting they planted the can. She is insisting that her boy knows how to buckle and unbuckle his seat belt. The boy then chose NOT to unbuckle the seatbelt on the car seat, but rather slip out, jump into the seat next to it, and then buckle that seatbelt. Then, the girl in the front seat, for some unknown reason, picked up the gas can and put it in the car seat. This made it appear to be buckled in, even though it's clear that the can was just slipped under the belt a little.

I don't know where the 'cops set her up' bit comes from in TFH.

My brain hurt from trying to figure that out. At three I could see him getting out but not him buckling himself in.


The cops set her up by waiting until the teenager put the gas can in the car seat before taking the photo.
 
2012-06-06 09:33:44 PM  

zenferret: Gyrfalcon: Often 3 year olds can use the toilet AT HOME, but can't hold it till they GET HOME, you know? It doesn't do him any good at all to know how to use the potty if there isn't one for three miles.

Hey genius, did you watch the video? THE KID IS AT HOME NOW, AND STILL WEARING THE FARKING DIAPER.

STFU and stop making excuses for your OWN shiatty parenting.


Hey, Supergenius, I was talking about why the kid was wearing the diaper in the car. STFU and go wipe your brat's piss out of my back seat.
 
2012-06-06 09:35:52 PM  

imprimere: belhade: Gilligann: Looking at the picture, does she seriously secure the kids seat by putting the seat belt across the front of the it?

And yeah, she's full of shiat. You don't just "forget" to buckle. If you do it all the time it's something you just do when you get in your car. And she probably didn't want to bother strapping her kid down, had him sit in the normal seat, and just threw the gas container wherever he wasn't sitting.

I've "forgotten" to buckle. Sometimes when we go out, our older son (now four) will sometimes run out to the car, open the door and climb into his seat. Then my wife will go out, assume I'm taking care of him, and get into the passenger seat. Then I will come out, with the infant and diaper bag, and assume that my wife took care of the first son. Then I pull out of the driveway and realize that the older son is in the middle, between seats, playing with his baby brother. It happens.

Reading is just not a strong suit on FARK most days. She did not say she forgot to buckle the kid in, quite the opposite; the kid was buckled in the car seat (according to her). She just forgot to buckle herself in.

/FARK must produce a lot of strippers


Oh, she forgot to buckle herself in? That's just dumb.

What, you expect me to read the article? You must be new here...
 
2012-06-06 09:36:55 PM  
1) "She [the mother] was not wearing her seat belt, and her approximately 14-year-old passenger in the front seat also wasn't wearing a seat belt" according to the police spokesman.

2) "However, while she was speaking to the officer, Ramirez claims her 3-year-old son wiggled out of the car seat and sat in the passenger-side back seat."


This version has the child wriggling out of the seat (and implying it was left buckled) and into the other one while she's stopped and talking to the officer.

3) "He [the three-year-old] unbuckled it," Ramirez told 9NEWS. "He knows how to unbuckle it. I did not notice him until [out of] the corner of my eye as I'm turning. The lights are flashing behind me [and] he jumped over and put on his big-boy belt."

Uh huh. A three year old understands seat belt laws and flashing lights.

This version is supposed to have happened when the child noticed the flashing lights, which directly contradicts the timeframe in "2)" above.

Also, this contradicts 2) above in that now the child unbuckled the car seat, re-buckled it, and got into the adult seat and buckled that belt.


4) "At that point [as she's getting pulled over, before the stop and police interview], the teenage family friend in the front seat put the gas can in the car seat. Since the car seat was still buckled in, the gas can appeared to be "buckled" in."

I'm terribly sorry ma'am, but your story don't make a lick o' sense.
 
2012-06-06 09:44:14 PM  

belhade:
Oh, she forgot to buckle herself in? That's just dumb.

What, you expect me to read the article? You must be new here...


Fair enough. Now put your clothes back on! wait... *checks profile* PUT YOUR CLOTHES BACK ON NOW!
 
2012-06-06 09:44:36 PM  
I guess I wouldn't comment if this had happened somewhere else, but I did RTFA and to me her story lines up with the Police Information Officer's account and the photos as well as the arresting/ticketing officer.

There's no problem here (the two tickets for the front seat passengers were alright), just line up the dots...and retract the ticket for the gas can and the baby.

Minus dash cam video of something else happening, I'd say the driver's story stands.

Cheers,
Ski9600
 
2012-06-06 09:47:14 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: thatboyoverthere: imprimere: thatboyoverthere: imprimere: I'm the first one to bash and blame the po-po, but, uhm... no.

If people thought you were stupid before, they know that you are now. They also know you're a liar.

I mean the cops would have to have the foresight to bring with them a gas can. I mean can you imagine that.
"Hey Bob. We should get a gas can, fill it with gas and when we pull over a mother we swap out the kid with the gas can and charge her for it."

Well, I RTFA and she's not suggesting they planted the can. She is insisting that her boy knows how to buckle and unbuckle his seat belt. The boy then chose NOT to unbuckle the seatbelt on the car seat, but rather slip out, jump into the seat next to it, and then buckle that seatbelt. Then, the girl in the front seat, for some unknown reason, picked up the gas can and put it in the car seat. This made it appear to be buckled in, even though it's clear that the can was just slipped under the belt a little.

I don't know where the 'cops set her up' bit comes from in TFH.

My brain hurt from trying to figure that out. At three I could see him getting out but not him buckling himself in.

The cops set her up by waiting until the teenager put the gas can in the car seat before taking the photo.


Yes how dare those cops do their job and document crimes!
 
2012-06-06 10:01:20 PM  
Must have been in a hurry to go pay Boba Fett for bringing Solo in.
 
zeg
2012-06-06 10:03:36 PM  
To those of you accusing the mom of spinning an incoherent and contradictory story, consider the source of the reporting. Has anyone here ever read a coherent, well-written story from one of those podunk little news outlets? I've seen three-sentence stories in them that make less sense than this one, so I wouldn't be so quick to blame the lady for the incoherence.

I have a little trouble believing a timeline that has the kid climbing out while the car is in motion, though if it were really bad timing that seems just possible. But I have no trouble at all buying that the kid climbed out of his seat while the cop was checking license / registration / etc, then the cop took the opportunity to ticket her for that, too.

The lack of seatbelts in the front is irresponsible, but she'd hardly be the only person I know of who didn't wear belts all the time.
 
2012-06-06 10:16:35 PM  

Gyrfalcon: zenferret: Gyrfalcon: Often 3 year olds can use the toilet AT HOME, but can't hold it till they GET HOME, you know? It doesn't do him any good at all to know how to use the potty if there isn't one for three miles.

Hey genius, did you watch the video? THE KID IS AT HOME NOW, AND STILL WEARING THE FARKING DIAPER.

STFU and stop making excuses for your OWN shiatty parenting.

Hey, Supergenius, I was talking about why the kid was wearing the diaper in the car. STFU and go wipe your brat's piss out of my back seat.


Yes, you were making an excuse for him wearing a diaper in the CAR, the excuse being that he's only comfortable using the potty at home. Well, the kid's AT home so seems to me if your excuse was valid at all, he wouldn't be IN a diaper at home. Since he IS (and he's STILL naked EVEN FOR THE NEWS CREWS, what the fark) I'm going to go ahead and believe you made the wrong call here.
 
2012-06-06 10:21:08 PM  

Skywolf Philosopher: A hundred years ago, this wouldn't have been against the law.

/The farking arrow of time.


What wouldn't? The three year old only clad in diapers or transporting explosive containers?
 
2012-06-06 10:22:57 PM  

styckx: I read her "explaination" and walked away more confused.. I get how a kid can unbuckle a car seat.. Still not understanding how a can of gas took its place..

/in other words she's lying


She says that the other kid put it there while she was talking to the police and that he didn't buckle it in, it was just sitting there.

People who don't wear sratbelys are stupid but her story is not far fetched.
 
2012-06-06 10:24:49 PM  
Any bets that with in a year the daughter will be expecting one of her own?
 
2012-06-06 10:25:00 PM  

zeg: To those of you accusing the mom of spinning an incoherent and contradictory story, consider the source of the reporting. Has anyone here ever read a coherent, well-written story from one of those podunk little news outlets? I've seen three-sentence stories in them that make less sense than this one, so I wouldn't be so quick to blame the lady for the incoherence.

I have a little trouble believing a timeline that has the kid climbing out while the car is in motion, though if it were really bad timing that seems just possible. But I have no trouble at all buying that the kid climbed out of his seat while the cop was checking license / registration / etc, then the cop took the opportunity to ticket her for that, too.

The lack of seatbelts in the front is irresponsible, but she'd hardly be the only person I know of who didn't wear belts all the time.


I'm totally with you on this one! That reminds me, I do charity work for victims' rights. You sound like the reasonable kind of person who'd be willing to help out. My organization has a large sum of money coming, but we need someone to pick it up for us. If you could just wire me a sum of $2500 via Western Union, you can pick up the donation money of $9,456.23 and keep the extra.
 
2012-06-06 10:25:24 PM  
My father-in-law was driving home one day when a car pulled out in front of him illegally (like this woman)...there was a poor family crammed into this car, none wearing seat belts, and the mother holding a one year old baby...who was ejected and died. They sued my f-i-l, but as it wasn't his fault at all (he was driving down a highway when they tried to cross), they got nothing. Still, to this day, he won't talk about it, and it really shook him up terribly.

/Not a CSB, but I wish this b**** could read this to know that she was that close to the same thing.
 
2012-06-06 10:26:26 PM  

TravisBickle62: If only she would sell the baby and plan not to breed again, I would be okay with her keeping the car and driving again, she's not lousy at driving so much as she is lousy at reproducing.


She already has two teenagers. If she keeps the car, who do you think is going to teach those teens how to drive?
 
2012-06-06 10:27:31 PM  

algrant33: Gyrfalcon: zenferret: Gyrfalcon: Often 3 year olds can use the toilet AT HOME, but can't hold it till they GET HOME, you know? It doesn't do him any good at all to know how to use the potty if there isn't one for three miles.

Hey genius, did you watch the video? THE KID IS AT HOME NOW, AND STILL WEARING THE FARKING DIAPER.

STFU and stop making excuses for your OWN shiatty parenting.

Hey, Supergenius, I was talking about why the kid was wearing the diaper in the car. STFU and go wipe your brat's piss out of my back seat.

Yes, you were making an excuse for him wearing a diaper in the CAR, the excuse being that he's only comfortable using the potty at home. Well, the kid's AT home so seems to me if your excuse was valid at all, he wouldn't be IN a diaper at home. Since he IS (and he's STILL naked EVEN FOR THE NEWS CREWS, what the fark) I'm going to go ahead and believe you made the wrong call here.


I'd put my 3 yr old in a daiper if a news crew was coming and she is mostly potty trained aside from accidents.

I don't want an interview where my kid drops trousers and runs for the toilet and then requires help because of an accident all while the camera rolls.
 
2012-06-06 10:28:36 PM  

kim jong-un: styckx: I read her "explaination" and walked away more confused.. I get how a kid can unbuckle a car seat.. Still not understanding how a can of gas took its place..

/in other words she's lying

She says that the other kid put it there while she was talking to the police and that he didn't buckle it in, it was just sitting there.

People who don't wear sratbelys are stupid but her story is not far fetched.


And you really think the cop didn't notice the child in the front reaching back and placing a gas can under the seat belt?

Are there really this many stupid people on FARK?
 
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