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2012-10-11 02:10:02 PM
2 votes:
I have a 2 year old child. That's the approximate age when they develop a sense of independence and freewill, but have limited ability to process cause and effect as relates to their actions. It can be frustrating.

Having said all that, if you are too immature to understand the above and be patient while they develop the ability to reason their way through issues rather than just crying and whining, then you should not have had the kid.

In cases like this, I think public stoning is warranted.

Put him mid-thigh deep in a 50 gallon barrel full of Lowes cement. When it hardens, cuff his hands behind his back, put a football helmet on him, and start with baseballs for a few hours. Hell, have a little batting practice (wooden bats of course - wouldn't want to end it too soon). Then tee up some golf balls. Then regulation bocce balls.

Then take the helmet off and do an old fashioned middle eastern stoning. Make in an eight hour day.

Yes, my internet tough guy card is current.
2012-10-11 02:00:17 PM
2 votes:

pute kisses like a man: what am I missing here?


Pipe bomb ingredients most likely.
2012-10-11 01:55:41 PM
2 votes:

Headso: You want the stuff with the fibers in it so it doesn't crack open like a cadbury egg and reveal the creamy yolk of dead child inside.


Holy hell.

/non smoking please
//co-worker can't believe I laughed at that.
2012-10-11 01:17:02 PM
2 votes:

Shadow Blasko: When I worked at Home Despot I had some guys come up to the contractor desk one night, who were obviously inibriated, carrying threaded pipe sections, drill bits, end caps, and some wire.

I just looked at them...and all I could say was "Who is the target?"

They said "Big Boy down the street. That Fiberglass bastard has got to go"

Me "You can do it, we can help"

/Then I had my manager price check the end caps (no stickers) and get the sheriff on the phone while he was at it. Sheriff who did... Nothing.


Maybe they were just messing with us, but my manager insisted it was on the level.

//Swear its all true.


Pool/hot tub demolition, no biggie.
Get back to work.
2012-10-11 01:12:34 PM
2 votes:
When I worked at Home Despot I had some guys come up to the contractor desk one night, who were obviously inibriated, carrying threaded pipe sections, drill bits, end caps, and some wire.

I just looked at them...and all I could say was "Who is the target?"

They said "Big Boy down the street. That Fiberglass bastard has got to go"

Me "You can do it, we can help"

/Then I had my manager price check the end caps (no stickers) and get the sheriff on the phone while he was at it. Sheriff who did... Nothing.


Maybe they were just messing with us, but my manager insisted it was on the level.

//Swear its all true.
2012-10-11 11:30:11 AM
2 votes:
As an ex lumber and building materials department manager, i can tell you it would have been the Quikrete 50 lb. Fast-Setting Concrete Mix
If its during the spring you wouldn't even have to pour water in the hole it for it to harden!
And its currently only.....

Alright I'm done, I feel bad already.
2012-10-11 03:25:40 PM
1 votes:
Reminds me of a killing back where I grew up in Ventura County, CA. Woman decided to kill her lovers wife (most likely with his suggestion, but he didn't get his hands dirty). So she rented a car (in her own name), bought a wig (in her own name) bought a rent-a-cop uniform (in her own name) and a hatchet (you get the idea). She kidnapped the wife from a Target parking lot by telling her that she was store security, then drove her up to the Ojai mountains and hacked her to death. But she left a large blood stain in the back seat.

So she starts calling around to dry cleaners asking how to get blood stains out of the rentals upolstory (which she didn't manage to do)

Last I heard, she went to jail for a very long time.
2012-10-11 03:01:23 PM
1 votes:

vudukungfu: True story, bro/
We had a family reunion in PA last summer, and I drove down from VT. I reserved a camping spot, but on the long drive, I realized I had forgotten a rain fly and hatchet, which is odd, I have a dozen hatchets ate home and usually one in the car. So it's after dark on a rainy Friday when I pull into Lowes, and in kind of a hurry, I grab a hatchet, some clothesline and a huge tarp. And I get to the counter and pull out cash. The lady wants my phone number. Now I'm in PA, and been living in VT for 30 years, and not too happy about having to be in PA at all and not in a good mood after driving from Vermont to Pa all day long, so I just gritted my teeth and leaned in to her and said, "Look, lady. I'm just a guy on a cold, dark, rainy night trying to buy a hatchet, rope and tarp with no questions asked. Now do you have a problem with that? Or are we going to kill a sale here"? Well, she went as white as that gas station guy in No Country For Old Men, but she took the money and I left. I hate central PA, and I hate the hillbillies working at Lowes and I hate giving out personal information when making a cash sale. Screw her, screw Lowes, and screw central PA.
End True story Bro


You mean she didn't stall while her manager called the police!?
2012-10-11 02:54:44 PM
1 votes:
For the last time, it's not cement, it's concrete. Cement is an ingredient in concrete but it also needs sand and an aggregate to make it concrete. Cement by itself has very little strength and you can't bury a body under it because it will crack in no time. It's like saying "we ate flour" instead of "we ate cake".

Now, if you're going to do it, do it right: First put the body in the freezer for several days so it's good and solid. Next take it outside and put it on a canvas tarp on the ground (not anything hard like stones, concrete, brick patio, etc.). Next don a tyvek suit and use an axe to cut the body into manageable sized pieces and double bag them in heavy duty trash bags You'll slice through the canvas a few times but nothing will be obvious enough for the authorities to decide to look there for DNA evidence.

Since it's frozen solid, there will be very little "splatter", hence no DNA to tie you to anything. Now to dispose of the pieces: a pig farm is good if you have access to one, other people's septic tanks are also good being sure to spread the parts around to lots of different tanks in lots of different places. Acid generally isn't a good idea because you have to leave it for a while to do its work and time is the enemy.

Be sure to pull any dental work that would identify the person as well as a few good teeth because if only the identifiable dental work is missing, it's a red flag. Finally, after all the parts are gone, burn the canvas tarp, the trash bags, the axe, the tyvek suit and the clothes you were wearing. Then get a new handle for the axe, resharpen it and put it away as usual. Fertilize the lawn, core aerate and water well. Even better, spread some lime afterwards.

Yes, my wife does sleep with one eye open, why do you ask?
2012-10-11 02:40:11 PM
1 votes:

The All-Powerful Atheismo: H31N0US: I have a 2 year old child. That's the approximate age when they develop a sense of independence and freewill, but have limited ability to process cause and effect as relates to their actions. It can be frustrating.

Having said all that, if you are too immature to understand the above and be patient while they develop the ability to reason their way through issues rather than just crying and whining, then you should not have had the kid.

In cases like this, I think public stoning is warranted.

Put him mid-thigh deep in a 50 gallon barrel full of Lowes cement. When it hardens, cuff his hands behind his back, put a football helmet on him, and start with baseballs for a few hours. Hell, have a little batting practice (wooden bats of course - wouldn't want to end it too soon). Then tee up some golf balls. Then regulation bocce balls.

Then take the helmet off and do an old fashioned middle eastern stoning. Make in an eight hour day.

Yes, my internet tough guy card is current.

Of course he didn't kill the child. Nice try, but you missed.


The guy buying the concrete? Um, yeah, he did. From TFA:

"Williams has been charged with homicide by child abuse."

"Batalis determined the toddler died of homicidal violence and probable blunt head injury"
2012-10-11 02:32:54 PM
1 votes:

hdhale: vudukungfu: True story, bro/
We had a family reunion in PA last summer, and I drove down from VT. I reserved a camping spot, but on the long drive, I realized I had forgotten a rain fly and hatchet, which is odd, I have a dozen hatchets ate home and usually one in the car. So it's after dark on a rainy Friday when I pull into Lowes, and in kind of a hurry, I grab a hatchet, some clothesline and a huge tarp. And I get to the counter and pull out cash. The lady wants my phone number. Now I'm in PA, and been living in VT for 30 years, and not too happy about having to be in PA at all and not in a good mood after driving from Vermont to Pa all day long, so I just gritted my teeth and leaned in to her and said, "Look, lady. I'm just a guy on a cold, dark, rainy night trying to buy a hatchet, rope and tarp with no questions asked. Now do you have a problem with that? Or are we going to kill a sale here"? Well, she went as white as that gas station guy in No Country For Old Men, but she took the money and I left. I hate central PA, and I hate the hillbillies working at Lowes and I hate giving out personal information when making a cash sale. Screw her, screw Lowes, and screw central PA.
End True story Bro

You seem to want to screw a lot of people, do you have a sex addiction?


Out of all that, the fact that he owns a DOZEN hatchets didn't stand out?
2012-10-11 02:30:32 PM
1 votes:

vudukungfu: True story, bro/
We had a family reunion in PA last summer, and I drove down from VT. I reserved a camping spot, but on the long drive, I realized I had forgotten a rain fly and hatchet, which is odd, I have a dozen hatchets ate home and usually one in the car. So it's after dark on a rainy Friday when I pull into Lowes, and in kind of a hurry, I grab a hatchet, some clothesline and a huge tarp. And I get to the counter and pull out cash. The lady wants my phone number. Now I'm in PA, and been living in VT for 30 years, and not too happy about having to be in PA at all and not in a good mood after driving from Vermont to Pa all day long, so I just gritted my teeth and leaned in to her and said, "Look, lady. I'm just a guy on a cold, dark, rainy night trying to buy a hatchet, rope and tarp with no questions asked. Now do you have a problem with that? Or are we going to kill a sale here"? Well, she went as white as that gas station guy in No Country For Old Men, but she took the money and I left. I hate central PA, and I hate the hillbillies working at Lowes and I hate giving out personal information when making a cash sale. Screw her, screw Lowes, and screw central PA.
End True story Bro


You seem to want to screw a lot of people, do you have a sex addiction?
2012-10-11 02:06:02 PM
1 votes:
*Sigh* One last time, people. You don't want cement, you want lime!
2012-10-11 02:05:02 PM
1 votes:
My dad owned a hardware store for years. Once, some guy in town was busted for killing his parents and burying them in concrete in the basement. The wheelbarrow he used still had a sticker from my dad's store. They couldn't trace where the concrete came from, but he more than likely got that there, too.

/csb
//thanks for your purchase
///have a great day
2012-10-11 02:00:41 PM
1 votes:
"Instead, later that day Williams stuck his dead son, 2-year-old Rodricus Williams, headfirst into that trash can and covered him with that cement, according to prosecutors."

AAAHrgh. I'm not familiar with the story yet, don't drop That Trash Can on me.... Geeezus.
2012-10-11 01:59:01 PM
1 votes:

Nezorf: Shadow Blasko: When I worked at Home Despot I had some guys come up to the contractor desk one night, who were obviously inibriated, carrying threaded pipe sections, drill bits, end caps, and some wire.

I just looked at them...and all I could say was "Who is the target?"

They said "Big Boy down the street. That Fiberglass bastard has got to go"

Me "You can do it, we can help"

/Then I had my manager price check the end caps (no stickers) and get the sheriff on the phone while he was at it. Sheriff who did... Nothing.


Maybe they were just messing with us, but my manager insisted it was on the level.

//Swear its all true.

Pool/hot tub demolition, no biggie.
Get back to work.


what am I missing here?
2012-10-11 01:57:02 PM
1 votes:
Hydroflouric acid in a polyethylene or polypropylene tub.
2012-10-11 01:56:14 PM
1 votes:
What an idiot. You don't mention that it's you're own dead child. You're just asking to be locked up. You say someone's dead child. You know, more generic. That way you don't arouse so much suspicion.
2012-10-11 01:51:37 PM
1 votes:
I just made one of those horrified 'rage' faces upon finishing reading the headline. WOWZA.
2012-10-11 11:28:16 AM
1 votes:
Pretty much any concrete mix will do, except for the self-leveling stuff.
 
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