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(WTSP)   Inappropriate places for your toddler: A) unbuckled in an SUV B) a robbery C) a police chase D) all of the above   (wtsp.com) divider line 30
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2012-06-13 09:57:05 AM  
As a father of a 2 year old boy, this breaks my heart.
 
2012-06-13 10:02:44 AM  
Protip: If you're planning on running from the police, don't do it in a vehicle with a ridiculously high center of gravity that will tip over at the drop of a hat. Oh, and don't bring your kid.
 
2012-06-13 10:03:35 AM  
If he's buckled in, how is goning to reach the extra magazines for my AK?
 
2012-06-13 10:04:19 AM  

dr.zaeus: As a father of a 2 year old boy, this breaks my heart.


Who's the other father?


That driver needs to be beaten.
 
2012-06-13 10:05:47 AM  
The kid got up and walked away from the accident with no injuries. I hope you aren't trying to use this anecdote to further your seat belt / car seat crusade. If she had been buckled into a seat, statistics show that she'd have a 45% chance of survival as opposed to an 86% chance without the belt. And without knowing the details of the case, I don't see how we can conclude that the man was doing anything illegal. This type of mass ignorance is exactly why the media controls the United States. I wish a leader would step forward on a platform that would nationalize the press and limit the out-and-out lies that they're constantly spewing. Too bad opponents would cry out for freedom. Freedom belongs to the truth; not this crap.
 
2012-06-13 10:06:33 AM  
And I think this is pretty much all the evidence Child Services needs to strip him of his parental rights. Even with the high standards needed.
 
2012-06-13 10:08:13 AM  
Just think of how popular the kid will be in jail." Yeah, I did my first bank job with my dad when i was 2 years old!"
 
2012-06-13 10:11:46 AM  

URAPNIS: dr.zaeus: As a father of a 2 year old boy, this breaks my heart.

Who's the other father?


That driver needs to be beaten.


My husband, asshole.
 
2012-06-13 10:15:10 AM  

dr.zaeus: URAPNIS: dr.zaeus: As a father of a 2 year old boy, this breaks my heart.

Who's the other father?


That driver needs to be beaten.

My husband, asshole.


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2012-06-13 10:20:26 AM  

URAPNIS: dr.zaeus: URAPNIS: dr.zaeus: As a father of a 2 year old boy, this breaks my heart.

Who's the other father?


That driver needs to be beaten.

My husband, asshole.

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In good conscience, I can't let you feel bad for this perceived slight against me. I totally made up a gay lover to counter the fact that I misused an article in that sentence.

I feel bad now.
 
2012-06-13 10:22:20 AM  
17 years old and has an 18 month old babby. very classy.
 
2012-06-13 10:22:47 AM  
I feel the need to get all stabby all of a sudden.
 
2012-06-13 10:29:13 AM  

dr.zaeus: URAPNIS: dr.zaeus: URAPNIS: dr.zaeus: As a father of a 2 year old boy, this breaks my heart.

Who's the other father?


That driver needs to be beaten.

My husband, asshole.

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In good conscience, I can't let you feel bad for this perceived slight against me. I totally made up a gay lover to counter the fact that I misused an article in that sentence.

I feel bad now.


As you should.
Fark is no place for shenanigans.
:).
 
2012-06-13 10:53:22 AM  
Did they press charges against the mother? Child endangerment perhaps?

TFA doesn't say.
 
2012-06-13 11:03:22 AM  
"Again!" -- from the back seat
 
2012-06-13 11:03:48 AM  
E) calitreview.com
 
2012-06-13 11:04:18 AM  
Driver obviously didn't listen to his accomplice's admonition:

"Nathan needs some Huggies...I'll be out directly! Mind you stay strapped in."
 
2012-06-13 11:15:03 AM  
Come on people, what don't you get about c) always being the correct answer? WTFark.
 
2012-06-13 11:19:32 AM  

improvius: E) [calitreview.com image 500x267]


I was looking for a "Raising Arizona" reference

Glad you guys did not let me down
 
2012-06-13 11:37:59 AM  

dr.zaeus: As a father of a 2 year old boy, this breaks my heart.


Not much gets to me, but I saw the video on the news this morning and saw that toddler running in the middle of the street and running after the car while it kept moving. Hurts just thinking about it.
The girl who went and got him was brave but really should have thought better of running back toward the getaway car and instead could have gotten herself and the child out of that situation. Some kids just never get a fair shake at life.
 
2012-06-13 11:54:25 AM  

spentmiles: The kid got up and walked away from the accident with no injuries. I hope you aren't trying to use this anecdote to further your seat belt / car seat crusade. If she had been buckled into a seat, statistics show that she'd have a 45% chance of survival as opposed to an 86% chance without the belt. And without knowing the details of the case, I don't see how we can conclude that the man was doing anything illegal. This type of mass ignorance is exactly why the media controls the United States. I wish a leader would step forward on a platform that would nationalize the press and limit the out-and-out lies that they're constantly spewing. Too bad opponents would cry out for freedom. Freedom belongs to the truth; not this crap.



You should probably make an appointment with your clinician to have your meds adjusted.
 
2012-06-13 11:57:18 AM  

dr.zaeus: As a father of a 2 year old boy, this breaks my heart.


Oh my god, me too. My daughter turns two in July. These people are....I don't know....I don't know.
 
2012-06-13 12:43:45 PM  
Thankfully it's always C, so at least we know that the toddler was buckled in, and was in no way involved in a robbery.
 
2012-06-13 01:15:14 PM  
Goddam miraculous. Hopefully, those "parents" will do serious time. It is Texas, so there's a chance.
 
2012-06-13 01:51:42 PM  
Yeah this guy needs a beating. That kid is damn lucky to have walked away. I saw the video on the news this morning and just sat there. Will the kid get charged as an accomplice?
 
2012-06-13 02:30:47 PM  

Because People in power are Stupid: Did they press charges against the mother? Child endangerment perhaps?

TFA doesn't say.


The driver of the car was charged with causing injury to a child, but I don't think the mother has been charged with anything.

Local news link with a little more info: Link
 
2012-06-13 02:47:03 PM  

Mary Jane's First Dance: Because People in power are Stupid: Did they press charges against the mother? Child endangerment perhaps?

TFA doesn't say.

The driver of the car was charged with causing injury to a child, but I don't think the mother has been charged with anything.

Local news link with a little more info: Link


I mean it looks like after the kid tumbles out -that she runs out of the gansta-mobile, picks up the kid and then runs back. I mean wtf?
 
2012-06-13 03:33:16 PM  
"Well, no. Unless round is funny."
 
2012-06-13 03:40:21 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: dr.zaeus: As a father of a 2 year old boy, this breaks my heart.

Not much gets to me, but I saw the video on the news this morning and saw that toddler running in the middle of the street and running after the car while it kept moving. Hurts just thinking about it.
The girl who went and got him was brave but really should have thought better of running back toward the getaway car and instead could have gotten herself and the child out of that situation. Some kids just never get a fair shake at life.


Christ, I read the comments and told my self "Don't watch it. Don't watch it. It's going to crush you."

I was right. :(

I have a son turning 2 in 10 days and a daughter who's almost 3 months and I just can't tolerate reading about stories like this. I couldn't imagine something like this happening to one of my kids while under my supervision, and god help anyone who would harm my children. I'm so goddamned paranoid when it comes to my kids.
 
2012-06-13 05:13:18 PM  

SenorAmor: Nana's Vibrator: dr.zaeus: As a father of a 2 year old boy, this breaks my heart.

Not much gets to me, but I saw the video on the news this morning and saw that toddler running in the middle of the street and running after the car while it kept moving. Hurts just thinking about it.
The girl who went and got him was brave but really should have thought better of running back toward the getaway car and instead could have gotten herself and the child out of that situation. Some kids just never get a fair shake at life.

Christ, I read the comments and told my self "Don't watch it. Don't watch it. It's going to crush you."

I was right. :(

I have a son turning 2 in 10 days and a daughter who's almost 3 months and I just can't tolerate reading about stories like this. I couldn't imagine something like this happening to one of my kids while under my supervision, and god help anyone who would harm my children. I'm so goddamned paranoid when it comes to my kids.


So just to be clear-you don't take your kids with you when you go on a robbery?
 
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