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(CHBC Okanagan)   Man goes skiing, comes back to wrecked/robbed home after 150 uninvited guests remodeled   (chbcnews.ca) divider line 108
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2013-01-21 08:51:48 PM
I saw that movie.
 
2013-01-21 08:53:25 PM
Fark Party???
 
2013-01-21 08:53:38 PM
Don't leave your shiftless, farktarded teenager in charge of your house.

/or just don't have kids
 
2013-01-21 08:54:25 PM
Why oh why the fark don't you have homeowner's insurance?!?
 
2013-01-21 08:54:32 PM
This would be a great way to get revenge on people you don't like. Wait until they go on vacation, then post about a party at their house on Craigslist. These days, you don't even have to actually know them in person; they'll kindly update their status on Facebook or tweet about what a great time they're having.
 
2013-01-21 08:55:48 PM
FTA: "Mann, who has no insurance to cover the damage or stolen items, is appealing for the parents of the teens who attended the party to come forward and help pay for the damages."

Good luck with that.
 
2013-01-21 08:55:53 PM
My child:
I trust you
I kind of trust your friends
I damn sure don't trust your friends friends

No parties!
 
2013-01-21 08:59:03 PM
I blame violent video games........
 
2013-01-21 08:59:04 PM
The sequel?
www.filmofilia.com

/enjoyed that movie far more than I should.
 
2013-01-21 08:59:13 PM
WTF is wrong with people in large groups. The herd mentality has been humanity's downfall so many times...
 
2013-01-21 08:59:43 PM
Goddamn GOP!
 
2013-01-21 09:01:55 PM
"If you're a parent, what do you do? Do you get him arrested? Do you sue your son?

A couple nights in jail would do wonders.
 
2013-01-21 09:02:53 PM
No insurance. Seriously? But you can afford to go skiing? Plus you're going to leave that house in the care of a 17 year old son and even told him he could have a party there?

The dumb is strong in this guy.
 
2013-01-21 09:03:49 PM
I had a party at 17 when my parents went to Vegas. Nothing got broken.

The only thing I shouldn't have done was setting up cans in the living room to shoot with my BB gun.
 
2013-01-21 09:03:54 PM
This is why it's best just to put the kids in a kennel before going on vacation.
 
2013-01-21 09:04:52 PM
I think I got lucky. As a 20-something I had many huge loud crazy parties at my house, and nobody ever broke anything or stole anything, even total strangers.
 
2013-01-21 09:05:33 PM

JerkStore: Why oh why the fark don't you have homeowner's insurance?!?


Came for this.

Deserves Dumbass tag for this alone.
 
2013-01-21 09:05:36 PM
Been there.
/housesitting for best friends parents & keeping an eye on her lil sis (16) I said it would be ok if she had a few friends over. Went to parents suite to watch a movie. //fell asleep & woke up to a full blown keg party
///brother's girlfriend was the one who bought the keg, not knowing that I was the one responsible for keeping the place reasonably unblemished.
////kids. Never trust 'em
 
2013-01-21 09:08:26 PM
I doubt insurance would pay for this anyway - it was a party organized by his son that just got "out of control". I don't think my homeowners policy would cover that.
 
2013-01-21 09:09:56 PM
When I was in highschool, there was an exchange student who had his own house. Literally, he was the only one who lived there for two years, as a teenager. His parents lived in South America and paid the rent on this house.

We had massive parties there on the weekend. We're talking 50-75 people sometimes. Nothing ever got trashed or broken, aside from, as memory serves, a screen door on a porch once when two idiots got into a fight. But then again, it wasn't just a random assortment of assholes, we all knew each other and there was accountability. This was also in the 90's, well before social networking.
 
GBB
2013-01-21 09:11:02 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com
Don't stop till it's broken.
 
2013-01-21 09:11:08 PM

Atomic Spunk: FTA: "Mann, who has no insurance to cover the damage or stolen items, is appealing for the parents of the teens who attended the party to come forward and help pay for the damages."

Good luck with that.


My thoughts exactly. Any kid with conscience enough to admit to his parents he was part of this is probably going to have parents smart enough to know better than to admit their kid did anything. It's one thing to be willing to pay for your part in a disaster like this, it's another to be the sole defendant in a civil trial to recoup losses.
 
2013-01-21 09:11:26 PM
i.ytimg.com
 
2013-01-21 09:11:28 PM
Internet Tough Guy:
If I came home to find something like that going on at my house, the whole property would become a free fire zone. And thanks to Texas being retarded, I'd get away with it.

Scumbags.
 
2013-01-21 09:12:13 PM
Was Kelly LeBrock there?
 
2013-01-21 09:13:00 PM

Civil_War2_Time: Was Kelly LeBrock there?


Or maybe Rebecca DeMornay?

content.internetvideoarchive.com
 
2013-01-21 09:13:05 PM

topcon: When I was in highschool, there was an exchange student who had his own house. Literally, he was the only one who lived there for two years, as a teenager. His parents lived in South America and paid the rent on this house.

We had massive parties there on the weekend. We're talking 50-75 people sometimes. Nothing ever got trashed or broken, aside from, as memory serves, a screen door on a porch once when two idiots got into a fight. But then again, it wasn't just a random assortment of assholes, we all knew each other and there was accountability. This was also in the 90's, well before social networking.


Scrolling up to my earlier comment, your reasoning on why there was no damage was the same as mine. Biggest reasons: "Well before social networking" and "there was accountability".
 
2013-01-21 09:13:32 PM

topcon: This was also in the 90's, well before social networking.


errr....High school party, '73 or so. Dudes parent were away....party...keg pushed through a wall.

Social networking had nothing to do with it.
 
2013-01-21 09:14:05 PM
Father and son during happier times (note son's comment): Link
/probably should have scrapped the Land Cruiser and paid for homeowner's insurance instead
 
2013-01-21 09:14:39 PM

space1999: "If you're a parent, what do you do? Do you get him arrested? Do you sue your son?

A couple nights in jail would do wonders.


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

/parents need to nut up and discipline, instead of coddling
 
2013-01-21 09:17:02 PM
At lest he came back...

blog.fileplanet.com
 
2013-01-21 09:19:35 PM
HA-ha!
 
2013-01-21 09:19:51 PM
Once upon a time there was an old empty halfway house/outpatient mental hospital in my neighborhood. Had about 15 rooms of varying sizes, huge walled off yard, full service institutional kitchen, running water and the electricity was on. Had a pool table in the main central room. It was perfect. Surrounded by about 10 acres of woods and set back off the street. All we had to do was swipe a set of balls for the table and stock the kitchen with pans.

We must have had about 25 or so pretty good rockin parties there over one summer. Anywhere from 50-200 people. It was our crashpad/squat for about 3 months.

The police never got called except once. That was when Doug started treating the overhead sprinkler pipes like a jungle gym and was swinging from one to the next and the last one he swung on broke and released the pressure inside the pipes, which set off the fire alarm. The shiat inside the pipes was the nastiest, most foul-smelling crap I've ever smelled. Every fire truck in the local FD showed up, the cops finally got something more interesting to do than play grabass with the waitresses at Denny's up the road and threw us all out of the place without so much as a by-your-leave.

They let us take the empty kegs with us though so that was cool.
 
2013-01-21 09:21:26 PM
flaminio

Man, they both were the sh*t back then.

"Party, party, party!" from the crowd at the door in WS was great, though. Instantly reminded me of this story.
 
2013-01-21 09:22:33 PM
Normally I'd say this is the point at which the father informs his son that the repairs and replacement belongings will be funded by investments the father set aside for his son's future college tuition. However, since this guy was living in a rental, I assume there are no college funds to dip into. He's pretty much SOL..

Perhaps the father learned a valuable life lesson here...
 
2013-01-21 09:23:18 PM

Allen262: At lest he came back...

[blog.fileplanet.com image 500x275]


So awesome.
 
2013-01-21 09:23:25 PM
Just send over someone to start shooting people while the party is in progress. The later investigation will reveal who was there and what they did since they were witnesses.
The next option is deploy some dye packets to mark everyone.

Bring back the pillory for all of them.

/this is why I did not have kids and also do not know someone crazy enough to go shoot some people for me, I could not even do it myself
 
2013-01-21 09:24:36 PM

MrSteve007: The sequel?


/enjoyed that movie far more than I should.


That was one of the worst movies I've ever seen. I can't believe the guy who made the Hangover caused that pile of crap.
 
2013-01-21 09:24:58 PM

Deathfrogg: Once upon a time there was an old empty halfway house/outpatient mental hospital in my neighborhood. Had about 15 rooms of varying sizes, huge walled off yard, full service institutional kitchen, running water and the electricity was on. Had a pool table in the main central room. It was perfect. Surrounded by about 10 acres of woods and set back off the street. All we had to do was swipe a set of balls for the table and stock the kitchen with pans.

We must have had about 25 or so pretty good rockin parties there over one summer. Anywhere from 50-200 people. It was our crashpad/squat for about 3 months.

The police never got called except once. That was when Doug started treating the overhead sprinkler pipes like a jungle gym and was swinging from one to the next and the last one he swung on broke and released the pressure inside the pipes, which set off the fire alarm. The shiat inside the pipes was the nastiest, most foul-smelling crap I've ever smelled. Every fire truck in the local FD showed up, the cops finally got something more interesting to do than play grabass with the waitresses at Denny's up the road and threw us all out of the place without so much as a by-your-leave.

They let us take the empty kegs with us though so that was cool.


There's always a Doug.
 
2013-01-21 09:25:49 PM
Next time take your kid on your f*cking ski trip with you, you worthless absentee parent.
 
2013-01-21 09:25:56 PM

Bonanza Jellybean: Don't leave your shiftless, farktarded teenager in charge of your house.

/or just don't have kids


Something similar happened to my aunt about 10 years ago. She and her then-husband went to visit his mother in Florida and left their 15 year old daughter by herself. When they came back a week later, the house was trashed to hell. One of the reasons they divorced shortly afterwards was because the father wanted to ship his daughter off to a boarding school while my aunt refused to let him do that. Now the daughter is a single mother of a 1 year old baby with a jailbird baby-daddy, and making a living by running up credit cards instead of getting an actual job. And guess who ends up taking care of the baby 98% of the time?
 
2013-01-21 09:26:28 PM
Nem Wan:


i.ytimg.com


Yeah, thats pretty much what the floor would look like. Except for the heavy drinkers preferred Country Clubs and Hamms.
 
2013-01-21 09:29:00 PM
FTA: "If you're a parent, what do you do? Do you get him arrested? Do you sue your son?

Yes to the first, no to the second. This is way beyond teenage hijinks, and multiple crimes were committed. He's 17. Start by having him arrested, and let the cops do their jobs. Reading between the lines, he decided to throw a party while you were away, and invited folks via Facebook. Problem is, a bunch of other folks showed up. We don't know if the son called the cops, or the neighbors called the cops, or whatever - the article's bereft of real information. All we do know is that, thanks to the actions of this 17-year-old moron, his parent is dealing with (most likely) tens of thousands of dollars of damage.

caddisfly: Father and son during happier times (note son's comment):
Link
/probably should have scrapped the Land Cruiser and paid for homeowner's insurance instead


And, this. If you have personal belongings you find valuable, and you don't insure them, you're an idiot. Seriously - renter's insurance, homeowner's insurance, both are not just valuable, but necessary if you have any belongings. The trivial cost of either is worth it, especially in such times.
 
2013-01-21 09:29:27 PM
He must have tremendous self control to have not murdered the child.
 
2013-01-21 09:30:10 PM

faeriefay: Been there.
/housesitting for best friends parents & keeping an eye on her lil sis (16) I said it would be ok if she had a few friends over. Went to parents suite to watch a movie. //fell asleep & woke up to a full blown keg party
///brother's girlfriend was the one who bought the keg, not knowing that I was the one responsible for keeping the place reasonably unblemished.
////kids. Never trust 'em


Was the 16 year old hot?

/If she was legal?
 
2013-01-21 09:30:34 PM
The place was a rental. Getting insurance isn't straightforward if you're not the homeowner.
 
2013-01-21 09:30:40 PM
The son would be working that off for a few years and I would have an itemized bill for him to work with. I think they are regarding him for his behavior by being indifferent about it.

//this was a rental property so the son fixing it little by little probably wouldn't work
///as landlord, I would suggest they move out soon as now this property is on the map as a party house and the son didn't learn his lesson. It will probably happen again.....
 
2013-01-21 09:34:39 PM

Allen262: At lest he came back...

[blog.fileplanet.com image 500x275]


WHAA! Some small part of my childhood just flashed up. What game is that? When is it from?
 
2013-01-21 09:35:31 PM

ccundiff: Allen262: At lest he came back...

[blog.fileplanet.com image 500x275]

WHAA! Some small part of my childhood just flashed up. What game is that? When is it from?


SkiFree. Early windows. 95 I think
 
2013-01-21 09:35:42 PM

Atomic Spunk: FTA: "Mann, who has no insurance to cover the damage or stolen items, is appealing for the parents of the teens who attended the party to come forward and help pay for the damages."

Good luck with that.


It's Canada. He'll get help paying for replacements, help with the repairs, and apologies.
 
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