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(PennLive)   Woman charged with illegally entering a school bus...c) because she did not like the assigned seating on it   (pennlive.com) divider line 6
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2013-02-23 07:13:14 PM
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it'd be nice to know why she did it, because that would wildly change how i feel about this.

she got on the bus because her daughter was being bullied by seat mate and the bus driver wouldn't take the kid seriously/kid is young and too intimidated to say anything? i'm on her side
she got on the bus because he daughter had to sit with some random poor kid and not her BFFs? throw the book at her
2013-02-23 09:15:29 PM
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HotWingAgenda: Jim_Callahan: Yeah, probably not the best plan there less than a month after an asshat in Florida illegally entered a bus explicitly to shoot the driver and take some random children hostage to facilitate a police standoff.

I mean, she didn't necessarily mean harm but honestly given her ridiculously poor sense of timing she's mostly lucky she got sent to court instead of the driver sending her to the hospital with a couple small-caliber gunshot wounds or something.  You know that half the bus drivers in the nation are packing, legally or not, after that story hit the media.

Not being a parent, I had absolutely no idea about that story.  So my first thought after reading this one was, "Who gives a shiat if someone that the driver can positively identify as the child's parent needs to talk to her about a problem with seating?  When did it become a crime for a parent to talk to a school bus driver?"


I am a parent and I thought the same thing. I also thought if you have my kid on there why can't I enter?

/not a helicopter mom
//sit in the car and wave my kid goodbye and hello everyday.
///have never given a teacher or a busdriver a hard time about anything
2013-02-23 07:57:39 PM
2 votes:
People ask me if I regret not having kids.....

Nope.
2013-02-23 08:31:18 PM
1 votes:

Jim_Callahan: Yeah, probably not the best plan there less than a month after an asshat in Florida illegally entered a bus explicitly to shoot the driver and take some random children hostage to facilitate a police standoff.

I mean, she didn't necessarily mean harm but honestly given her ridiculously poor sense of timing she's mostly lucky she got sent to court instead of the driver sending her to the hospital with a couple small-caliber gunshot wounds or something.  You know that half the bus drivers in the nation are packing, legally or not, after that story hit the media.


Not being a parent, I had absolutely no idea about that story.  So my first thought after reading this one was, "Who gives a shiat if someone that the driver can positively identify as the child's parent needs to talk to her about a problem with seating?  When did it become a crime for a parent to talk to a school bus driver?"
2013-02-23 07:07:09 PM
1 votes:
I don't know why there was such a fuss - she could've simply waited for another ride - and hung out in a local garden or village green.

There's rows of parks there...
2013-02-23 07:02:46 PM
1 votes:
Fast forward 15 years: Woman charged with illegally entering an office because she did not like the cubicle her snowflake was working at.
 
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