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(CBS Dallas/Ft. Worth)   Drug-sniffing dogs increasingly employed by worst helicopter parents ever, to sniff out their kids' bedroom stash   (dfw.cbslocal.com) divider line 30
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2013-03-16 02:57:16 PM
3 votes:
I LEARNED IT FROM WATCHING YOU OK?!?!?!
2013-03-16 02:30:29 PM
3 votes:
Do they pee test their kids  too?   Do they strip them down so they can be assured the kid isn't using a whizinator?
2013-03-16 02:14:55 PM
3 votes:

Revek: Eventually this will lead to a more drug dog resistant teenager who will hide his stash better.


It'll also lead to mom and dad being left one day in the most bargain basement retirement home that can be found.
2013-03-16 09:37:25 PM
2 votes:
"I'm too insecure to just ask my kids, and they don't trust me enough as a parent to tell me, so I'll just destroy whatever trust they might still have by employing a drug-sniffing dog."
2013-03-16 02:34:12 PM
2 votes:

downstairs: BumpInTheNight: My roof: My drug policy, go do your illegal stuff somewhere else and keep it there too.

I don't have kids, but same here when it comes to my friends.  Even though I'm in favor of legalization of some drugs... I'm not comfortable with currently illegal substances being in my house/car.  You're putting me at risk.  Yes, its a very slight risk.  And chances are if something happened, the cops/judge would use common sense that it wasn't my stuff.  But I don't want to be in that position.


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2013-03-16 02:30:21 PM
2 votes:

easypray: real parents should respect their kids privacy


I didn't keep any drugs at home. If my parents sent a god damned dog through my room, I would have lost all respect for them and severed all communication with them much earlier than I did.  Then again, that would mean that they gave a shiat and there was no danger of THAT ever happening.
2013-03-16 02:06:38 PM
2 votes:
if your kid is addicted to heroin, this may not be such a horrible thing.

I mean, your roof, your rules type deal.  I could see this being used in a good way, to get someone help.

I can also totally see it being used by overprotective home-schooling twats as well, when their kid just has a dime bag under his socks.

They aren't mutually exclusive.
2013-03-16 02:02:20 PM
2 votes:
Parents: These are the people who will execute your DNRs. Tread softly.
2013-03-16 12:17:46 PM
2 votes:
Do you trust your parents? You sure as hell won't now!
2013-03-17 04:43:22 AM
1 votes:
fark you anti drug extremist parents that kick your kids out for drug use can go to hell.

What kind of farking logic is that?  Your hurting yourself with drugs as punishment you get to starve to death and live on the streets because that's how much we care about you.
2013-03-16 07:14:54 PM
1 votes:

Ghengis_Socrates: 89 Stick-Up Kid: Ha I thought of this years ago. Buy the dog, steal my kids weed. Who's he going to complain to, the cops?

If your kid's stash is better than yours, you are doing it wrong.


It's all theoretical because I'm not having kids...ever. I should have prefaced my post.
2013-03-16 04:25:36 PM
1 votes:
AbbeySomeone:

Way to guarantee f*cked up, sneaky kids that will hate their parents.


Your job as a parent is to make sure your kids don't become a screw-up, not to be their farking friend.

/no, I don't care if my kids smoke pot
2013-03-16 03:55:21 PM
1 votes:

CruJones: if your kid is addicted to heroin, this may not be such a horrible thing.

I mean, your roof, your rules type deal.  I could see this being used in a good way, to get someone help.

I can also totally see it being used by overprotective home-schooling twats as well, when their kid just has a dime bag under his socks.

They aren't mutually exclusive.


What I was going to say. There has been a horrible rash of stories lately about dumb young suburban kids getting into heroin, then ending up dead, or convicted of violent crime to support the habit. The "happy" outcome is years of terribly expensive rehab with no guarantee it will stick. Shattered lives, blighted futures.

Very glad I never had kids.
2013-03-16 03:14:39 PM
1 votes:
No need for drug dogs, just drug testing.  They fail the second time, they find a new place to live.

/parent
2013-03-16 03:14:02 PM
1 votes:

HindiDiscoMonster: downstairs: BumpInTheNight: My roof: My drug policy, go do your illegal stuff somewhere else and keep it there too.

I don't have kids, but same here when it comes to my friends.  Even though I'm in favor of legalization of some drugs... I'm not comfortable with currently illegal substances being in my house/car.  You're putting me at risk.  Yes, its a very slight risk.  And chances are if something happened, the cops/judge would use common sense that it wasn't my stuff.  But I don't want to be in that position.

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Thanks Hindi, I didn't have time to find it myself.  As long as the asset seizure laws are so draconian, I will do whatever it takes to keep my stuff in my possession.  And that means telling my kids' punk friends to not cross the threshold either, just in case.
2013-03-16 03:12:04 PM
1 votes:
No problem with this at all.  Their roof, their rules.  Pretty simple.
2013-03-16 03:03:28 PM
1 votes:

CruJones: if your kid is addicted to heroin, this may not be such a horrible thing.


If your kid is a junkie, you don't need a drug dog to determine this. It starts to become pretty obvious.
2013-03-16 03:02:33 PM
1 votes:

rnatalie: Do they pee test their kids  too?   Do they strip them down so they can be assured the kid isn't using a whizinator?


Happened to one of my best friends in high school.  His parents caught him with some weed, so they started drug testing him.  He moved on to pills and coke, since he wasn't being drug tested for those.  He became heavily addicted, but he's still alive.  He was valedictorian of my graduating class.  Last I saw, he was washing dishes in the back of a barbecue chain-restaurant.
2013-03-16 02:51:38 PM
1 votes:
Tell kids that they can't play:

http://www.fark.com/comments/7647764/Boca-Quay-HOA-to-childrens-fun- th ey-say-no-way

Then tell them they can't get high.  Wow, parents really are intent on farking kids lives up as much as possible, aren't they?
2013-03-16 02:49:38 PM
1 votes:
It depends on the circumstances.  If the parents are trying to get their kid off something nasty [after rehab or whatever], I think it's acceptable.  Look at the Rausing case [& I know she was an adult] but I believe her family had been involved in trying to help her.

If the parents are just trying to stop little Johnny smoking pot because "OMG it will warp his brain and he won't become the uniqu-est, snow-flakiest, successful precious ever," then no.
2013-03-16 02:34:27 PM
1 votes:
Mom was visiting once, and found my stash. Smoked it her self right in front of me without asking.
All she said is "Do you have any more?"

/CSB
2013-03-16 02:27:55 PM
1 votes:

downstairs: BumpInTheNight: My roof: My drug policy, go do your illegal stuff somewhere else and keep it there too.

I don't have kids, but same here when it comes to my friends.  Even though I'm in favor of legalization of some drugs... I'm not comfortable with currently illegal substances being in my house/car.  You're putting me at risk.  Yes, its a very slight risk.  And chances are if something happened, the cops/judge would use common sense that it wasn't my stuff.  But I don't want to be in that position.


Do you search the when they come onto your premises?
2013-03-16 02:25:29 PM
1 votes:
I am going to get into this business, and part of my contract is that I have to "dispose" of any illegal substance found.
2013-03-16 02:20:57 PM
1 votes:

BumpInTheNight: My roof: My drug policy, go do your illegal stuff somewhere else and keep it there too.


I don't have kids, but same here when it comes to my friends.  Even though I'm in favor of legalization of some drugs... I'm not comfortable with currently illegal substances being in my house/car.  You're putting me at risk.  Yes, its a very slight risk.  And chances are if something happened, the cops/judge would use common sense that it wasn't my stuff.  But I don't want to be in that position.
2013-03-16 02:17:01 PM
1 votes:

DeusMeh: Ok, i get that he leaves it up to the parents to decide which course of action to take, but if mom and dad decide to flush the junk and send junior to his room (y'know, disposing of evidence and obstruction of justice) isn't he at the very least an accessory??

not saying i have a firm grasp on any of it, but i fail to see how his "i just located the drugs for my clients and left the situation up to them" defense would hold up in court


I have no duty to report. This guy is me with a dog.
2013-03-16 02:13:00 PM
1 votes:
Ok, i get that he leaves it up to the parents to decide which course of action to take, but if mom and dad decide to flush the junk and send junior to his room (y'know, disposing of evidence and obstruction of justice) isn't he at the very least an accessory??

not saying i have a firm grasp on any of it, but i fail to see how his "i just located the drugs for my clients and left the situation up to them" defense would hold up in court
2013-03-16 02:11:45 PM
1 votes:
$350 a visit?
I'm in the wrong business.
2013-03-16 02:11:32 PM
1 votes:
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2013-03-16 02:08:40 PM
1 votes:
That's it, I give up. Human Race, you're on your own, somebody get me out of here.
2013-03-16 01:09:39 PM
1 votes:
Eventually this will lead to a more drug dog resistant teenager who will hide his stash better.
 
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