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(Morning Bulletin (Australia))   Guy named Moran lives up to his name   (themorningbulletin.com.au ) divider line
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2012-12-24 09:15:39 AM  
Mini keep your pimp hand strong and thanks for the gifts of smiles
 
2012-12-24 09:17:00 AM  

Weatherkiss: A sane, rational woman would want a good father for their child. The keyword here is good.


And yet they picked the father at the exclusion of other men and had kids with him.
 
2012-12-24 09:32:36 AM  

cakeman: Mini keep your pimp hand strong and thanks for the gifts of smiles


Cheers!!
 
2012-12-24 09:59:32 AM  
wonder what the mother was sick with? crack?
 
2012-12-24 10:01:15 AM  
The loudmouthed punching bag's mother was "sick". I'm guessing that the kind of sick that involves Valium and a box of white wine and it is a chronic condition.
 
2012-12-24 10:13:18 AM  

Another Government Employee: I was on a jury for a similar incident a few years back. Sorry, but that was the parental units' job, not yours.


If a parent won't control their kid, they make it everyone's job.
 
2012-12-24 11:00:10 AM  

Equilibrist: Good for him.  Hope he gets a reasonable judge.


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/real sign
 
2012-12-24 11:33:30 AM  

HindiDiscoMonster: Kevin72: Once again, where's the father? Doesn't matter because a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.

/and oh yeah. If there was a husband in the household
1. Moran could have talked man to man with the father.
2. Moran would have had his ass up his head for touching the kid.
3. The boy would have a role model and have learned to cope with life without cursing on the top of his lungs in the middle of the night.

[americaexplained.files.wordpress.com image 415x301]


My point was that the mother might not need a man in her life BUT THE KID SURE DOES. Yes there can be situations like a parent died, but in that situation the kid is humbled, not arrogant to cuss and scream all night even when warned. And I repeat that if there was a man in the house, Moran wouldnt dare manhandle the boy.
 
2012-12-24 11:34:56 AM  
Well someone needed to discipline the little bastard. Mean that literally sense there's no mention of a father.
 
2012-12-24 11:36:02 AM  
Glad the article isn't about this guy.
www.maxim.com.au
 
2012-12-24 12:20:33 PM  
i49.tinypic.com

/Just kidding. I took this pic on vacation and was waiting for the chance to use it
 
2012-12-24 12:38:05 PM  

Kevin72: HindiDiscoMonster: Kevin72: Once again, where's the father? Doesn't matter because a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.

/and oh yeah. If there was a husband in the household
1. Moran could have talked man to man with the father.
2. Moran would have had his ass up his head for touching the kid.
3. The boy would have a role model and have learned to cope with life without cursing on the top of his lungs in the middle of the night.

[americaexplained.files.wordpress.com image 415x301]

My point was that the mother might not need a man in her life BUT THE KID SURE DOES. Yes there can be situations like a parent died, but in that situation the kid is humbled, not arrogant to cuss and scream all night even when warned. And I repeat that if there was a man in the house, Moran wouldnt dare manhandle the boy.


Based on what? Two parents brings a sense of stability concerning economics and someone being around, but if those issues are not a concern, who cares? Do you have anything to back your assertion up?
 
2012-12-24 12:40:42 PM  
I was raised by a single mother and if I had acted like this kid I would have had the shiat slapped out of me. My mother wasn't abusive, but she was quick with a slap to the mouth or ass to put me back in line when I stepped out. She didn't try to be my friend. She made sure I knew she was the parent and I was the child and that I respected that fact.

/never been to jail
//grew up to become a productive member of society
///have a healthy respect for my elders
 
2012-12-24 12:40:48 PM  

baronvonzipper: Thank you. But please include us single fathers in your equations. It's not quite as hard as being a single mother, but IT IS A biatch (actually, 'was'). But I managed, and the little monsters came out quite well, thank you.

Also, this:
[upload.wikimedia.org image 300x264]


I'm curious: have you ever caught flak for being a single dad from other people? I notice single women are raked over the coals as being sluts or being irresponsible, but the single dad thing seems to be treated as cute and tough in the public consciousness. Is my perception wrong?
 
2012-12-24 12:54:29 PM  
Lucky guy.
 
2012-12-24 01:11:04 PM  

baronvonzipper: Weatherkiss: Kevin72: Once again, where's the father? Doesn't matter because a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.

/and oh yeah. If there was a husband in the household
1. Moran could have talked man to man with the father.
2. Moran would have had his ass up his head for touching the kid.
3. The boy would have a role model and have learned to cope with life without cursing on the top of his lungs in the middle of the night.

You're confusing need for want. Unless you're a single parent, you have no dog in this fight. Any single parent that doesn't wish they had a partner to take care of their kid at least sometimes is a liar. A sane, rational woman would want a good father for their child. The keyword here is good.

But sometimes that doesn't come to pass. Sometimes the woman makes the wrong decisions, sometimes a man makes the wrong decisions. Sometimes they both do. And sometimes neither of them do, but due to circumstances outside their control they end up splitting apart (and sometimes one of the parents even dies).

But you don't seem to care about any of that. Does a woman need a man to help take care of her child? No. Does she want a man to take care of her child? Maybe, maybe not. But I can damn well guarantee the thought has crossed her mind during the really bad days of being a single mother.

But is it worth the cost of having an abusive/alcohol/womanizing/deadbeat/etc. partner? Depends on the woman. Depends on the man. Depends on the child's needs.

In short, try being a single mother before you start in with your moral high horse bullshiat. Those single mothers would gladly trade places with you during the really bad days.

Thank you. But please include us single fathers in your equations. It's not quite as hard as being a single mother, but IT IS A biatch (actually, 'was'). But I managed, and the little monsters came out quite well, thank you.

Also, this:


Fact: single dads are hot.

*shrug* I have no idea why I was compelled to say that.
 
2012-12-24 01:19:52 PM  

Wayne 985: Kevin72: HindiDiscoMonster: Kevin72: Once again, where's the father? Doesn't matter because a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.

/and oh yeah. If there was a husband in the household
1. Moran could have talked man to man with the father.
2. Moran would have had his ass up his head for touching the kid.
3. The boy would have a role model and have learned to cope with life without cursing on the top of his lungs in the middle of the night.

[americaexplained.files.wordpress.com image 415x301]

My point was that the mother might not need a man in her life BUT THE KID SURE DOES. Yes there can be situations like a parent died, but in that situation the kid is humbled, not arrogant to cuss and scream all night even when warned. And I repeat that if there was a man in the house, Moran wouldnt dare manhandle the boy.

Based on what? Two parents brings a sense of stability concerning economics and someone being around, but if those issues are not a concern, who cares? Do you have anything to back your assertion up?

 
2012-12-24 03:01:02 PM  

Wayne 985: baronvonzipper: Thank you. But please include us single fathers in your equations. It's not quite as hard as being a single mother, but IT IS A biatch (actually, 'was'). But I managed, and the little monsters came out quite well, thank you.

Also, this:
[upload.wikimedia.org image 300x264]

I'm curious: have you ever caught flak for being a single dad from other people? I notice single women are raked over the coals as being sluts or being irresponsible, but the single dad thing seems to be treated as cute and tough in the public consciousness. Is my perception wrong?


Women definitely get the bad rap. No flak - but then again, you never get out enough to meet people to give you flak. It's interesting how much support single dads get as opposed to mothers. My employer allowed me to have flexible hours, which is something women don't seem to get; however, there are many more single moms than dads out there. We either lost a loved one or she was a slut/crackhead, etc., while the moms were usually just abandoned or left an abusive relationship. I don't really agree with the "cute and toughness" mime. At least I didn't at the time. Never gave it much thought.
 
2012-12-24 03:27:29 PM  

megarian: baronvonzipper: Weatherkiss: Kevin72: Once again, where's the father? Doesn't matter because a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.

/and oh yeah. If there was a husband in the household
1. Moran could have talked man to man with the father.
2. Moran would have had his ass up his head for touching the kid.
3. The boy would have a role model and have learned to cope with life without cursing on the top of his lungs in the middle of the night.

You're confusing need for want. Unless you're a single parent, you have no dog in this fight. Any single parent that doesn't wish they had a partner to take care of their kid at least sometimes is a liar. A sane, rational woman would want a good father for their child. The keyword here is good.

But sometimes that doesn't come to pass. Sometimes the woman makes the wrong decisions, sometimes a man makes the wrong decisions. Sometimes they both do. And sometimes neither of them do, but due to circumstances outside their control they end up splitting apart (and sometimes one of the parents even dies).

But you don't seem to care about any of that. Does a woman need a man to help take care of her child? No. Does she want a man to take care of her child? Maybe, maybe not. But I can damn well guarantee the thought has crossed her mind during the really bad days of being a single mother.

But is it worth the cost of having an abusive/alcohol/womanizing/deadbeat/etc. partner? Depends on the woman. Depends on the man. Depends on the child's needs.

In short, try being a single mother before you start in with your moral high horse bullshiat. Those single mothers would gladly trade places with you during the really bad days.

Thank you. But please include us single fathers in your equations. It's not quite as hard as being a single mother, but IT IS A biatch (actually, 'was'). But I managed, and the little monsters came out quite well, thank you.

Also, this:

Fact: single dads are hot.

*shrug* I have no idea why I was compel ...


How You doin'?
 
2012-12-24 05:20:19 PM  

Another Government Employee: I was on a jury for a similar incident a few years back. Sorry, but that was the parental units' job, not yours.

Guilty on all counts.

\csb


You-are-a-idiot.

Dude should have whispered in his ear and said 'Shut the hell up or I will hurt you' and if that don't work, ka-pow. Needs to learn how to punch without leaving a bruise, its useful.
 
2012-12-25 01:21:24 AM  
I don't know anyone named Moran who pronounces it 'Moron'. Maybe subby is just an idiot.
 
2012-12-25 12:57:53 PM  

Ilikeit: I don't know anyone named Moran who pronounces it 'Moron'. Maybe subby is just an idiot.


It's a meme. "Get a brain. Morans."
 
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