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2013-05-23 06:31:24 AM  
Her son Adrian, 22, was on his balcony when he got into a heated argument with four or five noisy bar patrons.
"They told me 'What are you gonna do? Come down,'" he said. "Stupidly, I went down. They spoke to me within an inch of my face, I pushed them and a fight started."


Next time, teach your son not to start unnecessary fights where he's outnumbered 5-1 against drunken hooligans.

An ounce of prevention and all that.
 
2013-05-23 07:07:41 AM  
Ah, Montreal. Third world shiat hole.
 
2013-05-23 07:08:46 AM  
If only the attackers had guns, and the mother had a gun and the son had a gun, all this would never have happened.
 
2013-05-23 07:15:17 AM  

GungFu: If only the attackers had guns, and the mother had a gun and the son had a gun, all this would never have happened.


She should have kicked them in bollocks harder than bollocks have ever been kicked before.

/sorry
//paraphrasing
 
2013-05-23 07:16:14 AM  

GungFu: If only the attackers had guns, and the mother had a gun and the son had a gun, all this would never have happened.


Guns are like locks: they only prevent honest people from acting foolish, while those more inclinced to say 'fark the law' will do whatever they want.

Also: The cops arrested the mom for defending her (stupid) son? Hell, here in the states they arrest everyone possibly involved in anything physical.

The hell's going on up there?
 
2013-05-23 07:17:35 AM  

GungFu: If only the attackers had guns, and the mother had a gun and the son had a gun, all this would never have happened.


If anything should be banned/restricted, it's being French.
 
2013-05-23 07:18:28 AM  

Capo Del Bandito: GungFu: If only the attackers had guns, and the mother had a gun and the son had a gun, all this would never have happened.

Guns are like locks: they only prevent honest people from acting foolish, while those more inclinced to say 'fark the law' will do whatever they want.

Also: The cops arrested the mom for defending her (stupid) son? Hell, here in the states they arrest everyone possibly involved in anything physical.

The hell's going on up there?


She was the armed one.
 
2013-05-23 07:18:57 AM  

miss diminutive: Her son Adrian, 22, was on his balcony when he got into a heated argument with four or five noisy bar patrons.
"They told me 'What are you gonna do? Come down,'" he said. "Stupidly, I went down. They spoke to me within an inch of my face, I pushed them and a fight started."

Next time, teach your son not to start unnecessary fights where he's outnumbered 5-1 against drunken hooligans.

An ounce of prevention and all that.


You know, I agree with you; however, sometimes young people are sort of stupid when it comes to things like this.  I'm sure he's learned his lesson.
 
2013-05-23 07:19:08 AM  

Capo Del Bandito: The hell's going on up there?


French Canada.
 
2013-05-23 07:19:36 AM  

Circus Midget: If anything should be banned/restricted, it's being French.


I'm guessing the drunks asked the son for directions in English.  The Quebecois don't put up with that sh*t.
 
2013-05-23 07:25:02 AM  

Cold_Sassy: miss diminutive: Her son Adrian, 22, was on his balcony when he got into a heated argument with four or five noisy bar patrons.
"They told me 'What are you gonna do? Come down,'" he said. "Stupidly, I went down. They spoke to me within an inch of my face, I pushed them and a fight started."

Next time, teach your son not to start unnecessary fights where he's outnumbered 5-1 against drunken hooligans.

An ounce of prevention and all that.

You know, I agree with you; however, sometimes young people are sort of stupid when it comes to things like this.  I'm sure he's learned his lesson.


If something like this doesn't happen to you, you never learn about odds.

I got my ass handed to me by groups early on. I haven't lost a group fight unexpectedly since.
 
2013-05-23 07:25:43 AM  
What are white trash rednecks called in Montreal?  Besides "mom"?
 
2013-05-23 07:28:06 AM  
All of this could've been avoided if she just invited everyone up for some poutine.
 
2013-05-23 07:29:08 AM  

Lucky LaRue: What are white trash rednecks called in Montreal?  Besides "mom"?


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2013-05-23 07:29:40 AM  
Dumb shiats, the whole lot of them.
 
2013-05-23 07:30:26 AM  

Lifeless: She was the armed one.


But there was probably evidence of a struggle, ie the boy's wounds, so I would've thought they would've rounded up everyone.

But that's just in these here Civilized Beknighted states.
 
2013-05-23 07:33:15 AM  

doglover: Cold_Sassy: miss diminutive: Her son Adrian, 22, was on his balcony when he got into a heated argument with four or five noisy bar patrons.
"They told me 'What are you gonna do? Come down,'" he said. "Stupidly, I went down. They spoke to me within an inch of my face, I pushed them and a fight started."

Next time, teach your son not to start unnecessary fights where he's outnumbered 5-1 against drunken hooligans.

An ounce of prevention and all that.

You know, I agree with you; however, sometimes young people are sort of stupid when it comes to things like this.  I'm sure he's learned his lesson.

If something like this doesn't happen to you, you never learn about odds.

I got my ass handed to me by groups early on. I haven't lost a group fight unexpectedly since.


I don't think you need to get beat up to learn that lesson. I've never been in a fight and even I know that taking on 5 people on your own is asking for trouble.
 
2013-05-23 07:34:25 AM  
FTFA: "I didn't want to kill him," she says. "The knife only went in an inch."

It's strange to read about a woman giving a man "just the tip". Usually it's the other way around.
 
2013-05-23 07:36:07 AM  

miss diminutive: I don't think you need to get beat up to learn that lesson. I've never been in a fight and even I know that taking on 5 people on your own is asking for trouble.


Obviously you've never been a teenage boy before. Testosterone and the 'i'm invincible' mentality tends to warp perception.

That and lots of guys tend to do stupid shiat even if they're told different because they're convinced they can be the underdog or some such rot.
 
2013-05-23 07:36:47 AM  

Capo Del Bandito: The hell's going on up there?


Forget it, Capo. It's Frenchietown.
 
2013-05-23 07:41:56 AM  
"Montreal mom arrested for stabbing man who was attacked by her son says she'd do it again."

FTFY, subby.

FTFA: "The knife only went in an inch."

WTF?  I thought Canadia was all about the metric system.  They're not even supposed to know what an inch is.
 
2013-05-23 07:41:56 AM  
The son sounds like a real moron.  If you're going to argue with belligerent bar patrons, then don't come down to meet them.  If you're not looking to fight, then don't shove them around.  If you can't take on give guys at once, then don't... well, just don't.

Sounds like the police are trying to figure out if he deserved a whuppin'.
 
2013-05-23 07:42:46 AM  
'give' guys?  Really?  Really?
 
2013-05-23 07:43:54 AM  
Also... don't mess with french chicks. Great in the sack but you dealin' with some serious cray cray there, son.

Montreal is also in a perpetual state of mini riots. The cops just kind of pick and choose when they feel like doing their job. You can't really blame them though because to keep things sane would require 1:1 citizen/cop ratio. They just kind of roll up, watch the chaos and extract the ultra assholes if they don't chill out. It's very strange to watch.
 
2013-05-23 07:45:47 AM  

eKonk: WTF? I thought Canadia was all about the metric system. They're not even supposed to know what an inch is


Underground measuring fetishists. There's a reason certain people smuggle "Fruit by the Foot" and "Five Dollar Foot Long Subs" up there.
 
2013-05-23 07:46:21 AM  

Capo Del Bandito: miss diminutive: I don't think you need to get beat up to learn that lesson. I've never been in a fight and even I know that taking on 5 people on your own is asking for trouble.

Obviously you've never been a teenage boy before. Testosterone and the 'i'm invincible' mentality tends to warp perception.

That and lots of guys tend to do stupid shiat even if they're told different because they're convinced they can be the underdog or some such rot.


Thank you.
 
2013-05-23 07:50:08 AM  
Gary Plauche approves.
 
2013-05-23 07:52:34 AM  

Cold_Sassy: Capo Del Bandito: miss diminutive: I don't think you need to get beat up to learn that lesson. I've never been in a fight and even I know that taking on 5 people on your own is asking for trouble.

Obviously you've never been a teenage boy before. Testosterone and the 'i'm invincible' mentality tends to warp perception.

That and lots of guys tend to do stupid shiat even if they're told different because they're convinced they can be the underdog or some such rot.

Thank you.


 Booze and testosterone are a volatile mix.
 
2013-05-23 07:54:02 AM  

here to help: Montreal is also in a perpetual state of mini riots.


Don't forget the perpetual state of corruption, incompetence, collusion, filth, potholes and extremely high taxes.
 
2013-05-23 07:55:17 AM  

Quantum Apostrophe: here to help: Montreal is also in a perpetual state of mini riots.

Don't forget the perpetual state of corruption, incompetence, collusion, filth, potholes and extremely high taxes.


God I love that place.
 
2013-05-23 07:57:00 AM  

GungFu: If only the attackers had guns, and the mother had a gun and the son had a gun, all this would never have happened.


Exactly.  All of this could have been avoided if the son went out on the balcony and fired a double barrel shotgun into the air.

I'm Joe Biden, and I approve this message....
 
2013-05-23 07:59:12 AM  

miss diminutive: Her son Adrian, 22, was on his balcony when he got into a heated argument with four or five noisy bar patrons.
"They told me 'What are you gonna do? Come down,'" he said. "Stupidly, I went down. They spoke to me within an inch of my face, I pushed them and a fight started."

Next time, teach your son not to start unnecessary fights where he's outnumbered 5-1 against drunken hooligans.

An ounce of prevention and all that.


As a north Jersey mick I'm all about a good old fashion "How ya do?".  But yea that's just stupid right there.
 
2013-05-23 08:00:26 AM  
It's aboot time you canadians start taking care of the lawlessness that runs rampant up there.
 
2013-05-23 08:01:53 AM  

here to help: Quantum Apostrophe: here to help: Montreal is also in a perpetual state of mini riots.

Don't forget the perpetual state of corruption, incompetence, collusion, filth, potholes and extremely high taxes.

God I love that place.


You must not live here then.
 
2013-05-23 08:04:29 AM  

Capo Del Bandito: miss diminutive: I don't think you need to get beat up to learn that lesson. I've never been in a fight and even I know that taking on 5 people on your own is asking for trouble.

Obviously you've never been a teenage boy before. Testosterone and the 'i'm invincible' mentality tends to warp perception.

That and lots of guys tend to do stupid shiat even if they're told different because they're convinced they can be the underdog or some such rot.


Not to my knowledge, no.

I get that boys do stupid things (actually, so do girls, just in a different way) but taking on 5 drunken, loudmouth idiots just seems like sticking a fork in an electrical outlet and being surprised about being electrocuted.

It just seems like behaviour that flies in the face of human survival. If testosterone has such an impact on risk perception and dangerous behaviour it's somewhat amazing we've survived as a species all this time.
 
2013-05-23 08:06:38 AM  

Quantum Apostrophe: You must not live here then.


Aw hell naw. That'd be like living in a strip club. I'd be dead within six months. I don't know how you guys do it.
 
2013-05-23 08:07:07 AM  

miss diminutive: Her son Adrian, 22, was on his balcony when he got into a heated argument with four or five noisy bar patrons.
"They told me 'What are you gonna do? Come down,'" he said. "Stupidly, I went down. They spoke to me within an inch of my face, I pushed them and a fight started."

Next time, teach your son not to start unnecessary fights where he's outnumbered 5-1 against drunken hooligans.

An ounce of prevention and all that.


Ah yes... blame the victim.  Always helpful.
 
2013-05-23 08:09:07 AM  
Son is 22, apparently living with his mother and gets into fights with drunks outside their home. Mother must really be proud of him to stab a guy.
 
2013-05-23 08:13:41 AM  

here to help: Quantum Apostrophe: You must not live here then.

Aw hell naw. That'd be like living in a strip club. I'd be dead within six months. I don't know how you guys do it.


Um, we must be talking about a different Montreal. I'm pretty sure any large city has strip clubs and the women here are nothing great. The only place to go see actually attractive women is at the South Shore massage parlors.
 
2013-05-23 08:13:46 AM  

miss diminutive: Capo Del Bandito: miss diminutive: I don't think you need to get beat up to learn that lesson. I've never been in a fight and even I know that taking on 5 people on your own is asking for trouble.

Obviously you've never been a teenage boy before. Testosterone and the 'i'm invincible' mentality tends to warp perception.

That and lots of guys tend to do stupid shiat even if they're told different because they're convinced they can be the underdog or some such rot.

Not to my knowledge, no.

I get that boys do stupid things (actually, so do girls, just in a different way) but taking on 5 drunken, loudmouth idiots just seems like sticking a fork in an electrical outlet and being surprised about being electrocuted.

It just seems like behaviour that flies in the face of human survival. If testosterone has such an impact on risk perception and dangerous behaviour it's somewhat amazing we've survived as a species all this time.


Well, boys will be boys and it would be beneficial to accept that as a fact of life.  It's just how they're wired.  They have succeded with much gusto in perpetuating our 'species' so I don't think we should anticipate any population shortage in the foreseeable future.
 
2013-05-23 08:14:07 AM  

thetubameister: miss diminutive: Her son Adrian, 22, was on his balcony when he got into a heated argument with four or five noisy bar patrons.
"They told me 'What are you gonna do? Come down,'" he said. "Stupidly, I went down. They spoke to me within an inch of my face, I pushed them and a fight started."

Next time, teach your son not to start unnecessary fights where he's outnumbered 5-1 against drunken hooligans.

An ounce of prevention and all that.

Ah yes... blame the victim.  Always helpful.


He clearly stated that he instigated the fight. The only thing he's a victim of is poor decision making.
 
2013-05-23 08:15:24 AM  

miss diminutive: I get that boys do stupid things (actually, so do girls, just in a different way) but taking on 5 drunken, loudmouth idiots just seems like sticking a fork in an electrical outlet and being surprised about being electrocuted.

It just seems like behaviour that flies in the face of human survival. If testosterone has such an impact on risk perception and dangerous behaviour it's somewhat amazing we've survived as a species all this time.


To be fair, it's not *just* the testosterone. I imagine part of it comes from simple minded people being influenced by fiction believing they can overcome any odds, blah blah blah.

Could also be the 'you just woke me up at midnight or later' pissed-off-ed-ness. I've confronted loud neighbors who partied too loud on a work night. But then i'm 6'4 and built like Penn Jillette. And I did the confronting wearing just boxers and a pissed off roaring voice.

I find the slightly batshiat crazy approach works usually. Civilized people are so easily freaked.
 
2013-05-23 08:16:08 AM  

Quantum Apostrophe: Ah, Montreal. Third world shiat hole.


Perhaps I haven't traveled enough in my life to appreciate what a 3rd world "shiat hole" Montreal has become.

I have been around a little though and relative to my experiences it's a fantastic city full of amazing people.

(As with any large city it's going to have issues;the soul and the administration of a city are not the same thing)
 
2013-05-23 08:17:09 AM  

thetubameister: Ah yes... blame the victim. Always helpful.


It sounds like it was one on one (other dudes staying out of it) and the kid initiated the confrontation verbally, escalated it by going downstairs then assaulted the guy by pushing him. He's no "victim".

tl;dr... you sound concerned.
 
2013-05-23 08:17:10 AM  
The Sun = Canada's Daily Fail
 
2013-05-23 08:17:17 AM  

Vanis: the soul and the administration of a city are not the same thing


True.

One of them actually exists.
 
2013-05-23 08:22:55 AM  

Capo Del Bandito: I find the slightly batshiat crazy approach works usually. Civilized people are so easily freaked.


True, although that approach only works if you have the frame to match it. Someone like me would probably just get dropped in a pillowcase until we calmed down.
 
2013-05-23 08:23:08 AM  

eKonk: "Montreal mom arrested for stabbing man who was attacked by her son says she'd do it again."

FTFY, subby.

FTFA: "The knife only went in an inch."

WTF?  I thought Canadia was all about the metric system.  They're not even supposed to know what an inch is.


25.4 mm.  It went in 25.4 mm.
 
2013-05-23 08:24:04 AM  

Quantum Apostrophe: Um, we must be talking about a different Montreal. I'm pretty sure any large city has strip clubs and the women here are nothing great. The only place to go see actually attractive women is at the South Shore massage parlors.


It was a metaphor. With all the constant partying and debauchery that goes on in the city it would be like living at a strip club which is not a very healthy lifestyle.

Dude... if you hate it so much why don't you move to one of the smaller towns? You'd save a TON on rent. Enough to buy/rent a car to get into the city if you need to for work/school. Not trying to be snarky. It's a rough place but it is fun to visit. Haven't been for years and desperately want to make a specific trip just for the jazz festival. I'd rather LIVE in Quebec City though. Little less frightening and I love the old city.
 
2013-05-23 08:34:23 AM  

miss diminutive: Capo Del Bandito: I find the slightly batshiat crazy approach works usually. Civilized people are so easily freaked.

True, although that approach only works if you have the frame to match it. Someone like me would probably just get dropped in a pillowcase until we calmed down.


I dunno, the 'tiny framed woman going cat scratch crazy" isn't unheard of.
 
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