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(Gothamist)   Winter comes early to upstate New York as Brian Holloway exposes the 300 snowflakes who trashed his home while he was away in Miami   (gothamist.com) divider line 299
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2013-09-20 01:35:12 PM
Christ, what a bunch of assholes. (the teens and parents)
 
2013-09-20 01:41:27 PM
You know what these kids need? Terry Tate.
 
2013-09-20 01:44:31 PM
I blame social media.  Without Facebook and Twitter, these kids could have trashed this house with very few consequences.

Now look at them.  Look at them and laugh.
 
2013-09-20 01:45:29 PM

I was on his side until I saw this:


From Brian Holloway's website:

(Bring A Dish I'm not a QB, I worked for a living)
No Beer. No Drugs. No Alcohol.


I'd trash the dude's house, too.
 
2013-09-20 01:45:34 PM
So I went to the helpmesave300 website.

31.media.tumblr.com

/And I want to punch @ricknels in the face
 
2013-09-20 01:46:59 PM
And all the little shiats locked down their twitter pages afterward.

Buncha pussies.
 
2013-09-20 01:47:31 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: I was on his side until I saw this:

From Brian Holloway's website:
(Bring A Dish I'm not a QB, I worked for a living)
No Beer. No Drugs. No Alcohol.

I'd trash the dude's house, too.


On the plus side, it appears that he does not consider beer to be alcoholic, so he's not all bad.
 
2013-09-20 01:49:24 PM
 
2013-09-20 02:05:07 PM
There are a lot of people in that mess that need to be cock punched. The guy is taking it a lot better than I would.
 
2013-09-20 02:47:40 PM
Of course the parents are suing.  Their precious little snowflake could NEVER have known that breaking into someone's house and trashing it would get them into any kind of trouble.
 
2013-09-20 02:48:06 PM
Children need to be allowed to act out and develop their creativity!
 
2013-09-20 02:48:10 PM
I don't watch NFL, but I'm assuming he has NFL money and connections to track all of them down, plus get a few thrown into a live dog fight.
 
2013-09-20 02:49:23 PM
Winter is coming.
 
2013-09-20 02:50:00 PM
Liberal parents!  What can you do?
 
2013-09-20 02:50:31 PM

Marcus Aurelius: I blame social media.  Without Facebook and Twitter, these kids could have trashed this house with very few consequences.

Now look at them.  Look at them and laugh.


"Filming our crime spree was the best idea ever!"
 
2013-09-20 02:50:47 PM
Didn't I see this on Full House about twenty years ago?
 
2013-09-20 02:51:13 PM
Still no word if he got a new rug.
 
2013-09-20 02:51:23 PM
Good for him. I hope that he presses charges on each and every one of the kids, and also countersues any parents dumb enough to sue him.

If my kid was involved in this, they would be in there working to clean up with a toothbrush, I would be there along side of them, all privs would be revoked, I would personally repay any damages and then my kid would be working it off not only by getting a job but also mandatory community service. A judge would be far more merciful than the hell I would rain down.
 
2013-09-20 02:51:47 PM

Zombie DJ: I don't watch NFL, but I'm assuming he has NFL money and connections to track all of them down, plus get a few thrown into a live dog fight.


He already left Hernandez a voicemail, but hasn't heard back.
 
2013-09-20 02:52:21 PM
He either has never delt with vandilism, theft, and/or more serious crimes from kids before, or is just too brain damaged to understand that the first reaction of most parents is to protect their precious little assflake. After the first few times I tried to work out a solution all nice and neighborly to have the parents react badly, and in one case physically assault me which compounded the problem, I no longer give them the benefit of the doubt.

Your kid commits a crime against me I phone the cops, my lawyer, and a privite investigator (becasue the cops are never going to catch them). Once I have the evidence in hand we go to court both criminal and civil. I get justice and restitution, even if I have to pay the dam lawyers and PI more then the whole case is worth.
 
2013-09-20 02:53:09 PM
Yeah, this is a repeat, and now the parents of the precious snowflakes are saying they are gonna sue him for putting up pictures and names of their kids. Nevermind that the kids put them out on the internet already. Do the parents REALLY want the Streisand effect to occur by trying to have them removed?
 
2013-09-20 02:53:45 PM
Wow, that's like the second time since Labor Day.  Did they pee on the carpets again, too?

http://www.fark.com/comments/7940029/Ex-NFL-players-house-trashed-by -3 00-partying-teens-And-they-peed-on-his-rug
 
2013-09-20 02:53:56 PM
This is what happens when you DRTFA and just read the Fark headline.
 
2013-09-20 02:54:29 PM

Yanks_RSJ: Of course the parents are suing.  Their precious little snowflake could NEVER have known that breaking into someone's house and trashing it would get them into any kind of trouble.


I love it when people in the wrong file lawsuits and get their asses handed to them.  Hopefully every single parent that files a lawsuit gets busted for contempt, malicious litigation and their kids sent sent to PMITA prison.
 
2013-09-20 02:54:31 PM

moonscatter: Good for him. I hope that he presses charges on each and every one of the kids, and also countersues any parents dumb enough to sue him.

If my kid was involved in this, they would be in there working to clean up with a toothbrush, I would be there along side of them, all privs would be revoked, I would personally repay any damages and then my kid would be working it off not only by getting a job but also mandatory community service. A judge would be far more merciful than the hell I would rain down.


He doesn't want to press charges. Apparently, what he wanted was to get them to come to his house and help him clean up the mess. The guy is a motivational speaker now and he wants to turn  the kids around. Power to him, he's got more patience with these kids than I would in his situation.
 
2013-09-20 02:54:39 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: I'd trash the dude's house, too.


Sure you would, tough guy.

cannotsuggestaname: The guy is taking it a lot better than I would.


And it's crazy enough that it might just work!

Of course, as farked up as the world is anymore, I'd take at least even odds that he ends up having to pay THEM.
 
2013-09-20 02:54:46 PM
I have often wondered how people who own a summer or winter vacation home prevent this.
 
2013-09-20 02:55:24 PM

Slaves2Darkness: He either has never delt with vandilism, theft, and/or more serious crimes from kids before, or is just too brain damaged to understand that the first reaction of most parents is to protect their precious little assflake. After the first few times I tried to work out a solution all nice and neighborly to have the parents react badly, and in one case physically assault me which compounded the problem, I no longer give them the benefit of the doubt.

Your kid commits a crime against me I phone the cops, my lawyer, and a privite investigator (becasue the cops are never going to catch them). Once I have the evidence in hand we go to court both criminal and civil. I get justice and restitution, even if I have to pay the dam lawyers and PI more then the whole case is worth.


What did these kids do to you and why?
 
2013-09-20 02:56:41 PM

moonscatter: Good for him. I hope that he presses charges on each and every one of the kids, and also countersues any parents dumb enough to sue him.

If my kid was involved in this, they would be in there working to clean up with a toothbrush, I would be there along side of them, all privs would be revoked, I would personally repay any damages and then my kid would be working it off not only by getting a job but also mandatory community service. A judge would be far more merciful than the hell I would rain down.


Preach it!
 
2013-09-20 02:57:14 PM

StrikitRich: Wow, that's like the second time since Labor Day.  Did they pee on the carpets again, too?

http://www.fark.com/comments/7940029/Ex-NFL-players-house-trashed-by -3 00-partying-teens-And-they-peed-on-his-rug


The rug really tied the room together.
 
2013-09-20 02:57:15 PM
He should turn the troll knob to 11, I'd LOVE to get sued like this. Goad those assholes in to it.
 
2013-09-20 02:57:25 PM
"He said that so far, only one teen and parent have come forward to help him clean up the damages."

So... 299 parenting failures.

Also - how farking stupid do you have to be to post a photo of yourself committing a crime to the internet.
 
2013-09-20 02:57:34 PM
"And how do you intimidate me?" he asked. "I've lined up against Lawrence Taylor!"

I love this already.
 
2013-09-20 02:57:36 PM

uncleacid: I have often wondered how people who own a summer or winter vacation home prevent this.


Mine fields and attack dogs would be my first choice but the insurance company made me go with an alarm
 
2013-09-20 02:57:45 PM

StrikitRich: Wow, that's like the second time since Labor Day.  Did they pee on the carpets again, too?

http://www.fark.com/comments/7940029/Ex-NFL-players-house-trashed-by -3 00-partying-teens-And-they-peed-on-his-rug


Was actually surprised there wasn't a Followup tag.

/yesterday's schlubmitter.
 
2013-09-20 02:58:51 PM
Well I think lots of those kids deserve a good cockpunch, but some of them might not have known the party was taking place in that location because someone broke in.
 
2013-09-20 03:00:02 PM

Walker: This is what happens when you DRTFA and just read the Fark headline.


Like using Miami in the headline when he was in Lutz near Tampa?

naughtyrev: StrikitRich: Wow, that's like the second time since Labor Day.  Did they pee on the carpets again, too?

http://www.fark.com/comments/7940029/Ex-NFL-players-house-trashed-by -3 00-partying-teens-And-they-peed-on-his-rug

The rug really tied the room together.


Duuuuude!!
 
2013-09-20 03:00:31 PM

The Evil That Lies In The Hearts Of Men: Also - how farking stupid do you have to be to post a photo of yourself committing a crime to the internet.


A teenager.
 
2013-09-20 03:01:50 PM

uncleacid: I have often wondered how people who own a summer or winter vacation home prevent this.


Ideally, you befriend an old towny and ask them keep an eye on it, maybe even kick them some cash if they'll coordinate keeping the place maintained with local repairmen.

Old people are nature's busybodies, they'll know right away if something is amiss and they love calling the police.
 
2013-09-20 03:01:51 PM

Treygreen13: Well I think lots of those kids deserve a good cockpunch, but some of them might not have known the party was taking place in that location because someone broke in.


Yeah, because the $20k worth of vandalism being done wasn't enough of a clue.
 
2013-09-20 03:02:16 PM

Treygreen13: Well I think lots of those kids deserve a good cockpunch, but some of them might not have known the party was taking place in that location because someone broke in.


Looking at all the messages, if they didn't know prior to going to the party, they sure as hell knew by the time the cops broke it up.

And if that were true, they could've still taken the steps to admit they did wrong and help clean up.
 
2013-09-20 03:02:51 PM

blatz514: StrikitRich: Wow, that's like the second time since Labor Day.  Did they pee on the carpets again, too?

http://www.fark.com/comments/7940029/Ex-NFL-players-house-trashed-by -3 00-partying-teens-And-they-peed-on-his-rug

Was actually surprised there wasn't a Followup tag.

/yesterday's schlubmitter.


Been fixed
 
2013-09-20 03:03:31 PM

RexTalionis: The guy is a motivational speaker now and he wants to turn the kids around


It's totally adorable that he thinks a motivational speaker can actually accomplish anything worthwhile.
 
2013-09-20 03:04:08 PM

The Evil That Lies In The Hearts Of Men: "He said that so far, only one teen and parent have come forward to help him clean up the damages."

So... 299 parenting failures.

Also - how farking stupid do you have to be to post a photo of yourself committing a crime to the internet.


I blame the guys who murdered Michael Jordan's dad and taped it.

They set a bad example.
 
2013-09-20 03:04:21 PM

moonscatter: Good for him. I hope that he presses charges on each and every one of the kids, and also countersues any parents dumb enough to sue him.

If my kid was involved in this, they would be in there working to clean up with a toothbrush, I would be there along side of them, all privs would be revoked, I would personally repay any damages and then my kid would be working it off not only by getting a job but also mandatory community service. A judge would be far more merciful than the hell I would rain down.


You know I went to a lot of parties in HS. It wasn't all that uncommon to go to a party that you either didnt know anyone or had no clue whos house it was. So lets say you were one of the kids at this party and had no idea whos house it was or that you were actually breaking and entering. So now your face is plastered all over the internet and you are accused of doing all sorts of stuff when all you did was show up and drink off the keg. You didn't break in, you didn't bust the guys house up etc etc. I can see where some parents would be a little pissed off that their kids reputation is at risk for just some weekend kegger.

Now if they all knew the circumstances they should get screwed to the wall but I can certainly see the other side.

Would be interesting which kid or kids actually set the party up, as someone had to have planned to break in and get the kegs etc.
 
2013-09-20 03:04:34 PM
I'd wager most of these kids have parents that make a decent amount of money, live somewhere with a private security firm patrolling their gated community, and general make problems just "go away" with money.
 
2013-09-20 03:05:32 PM

Treygreen13: Well I think lots of those kids deserve a good cockpunch, but some of them might not have known the party was taking place in that location because someone broke in.


I could believe that a bunch of them just got a text saying, "hey come to this party at 111 maple street," but when you walk in and there are people spray painting the walls and trashing the place, that should give you a clue that maybe you're not supposed to be there.
 
2013-09-20 03:05:50 PM
i.imgur.com

We've tried nothin' and we're all out of ideas.
 
2013-09-20 03:05:58 PM

moonscatter: Good for him. I hope that he presses charges on each and every one of the kids, and also countersues any parents dumb enough to sue him.

If my kid was involved in this, they would be in there working to clean up with a toothbrush, I would be there along side of them, all privs would be revoked, I would personally repay any damages and then my kid would be working it off not only by getting a job but also mandatory community service. A judge would be far more merciful than the hell I would rain down.


Don't start getting all civilized and responsible. What a terrible example. Why do you hate lawyers? They need to make a living off of this snowflake shiatstorm too.
 
2013-09-20 03:06:08 PM

GoldSpider: Treygreen13: Well I think lots of those kids deserve a good cockpunch, but some of them might not have known the party was taking place in that location because someone broke in.

Yeah, because the $20k worth of vandalism being done wasn't enough of a clue.


You don't know when in the night the vandalism took place, though. I went to plenty of parties in college because a friend invited me to a place I'd never been before and didn't know the owner. I'd never be able to tell if it was *really* that guy's apartment or house. And I know that I've left a party before shiat went south and people went to jail and shiat got broken.

I'm not arguing in favor of the kids who are probably asshats. And he's probably justified in showing people who posted about being in his house illegally. I'm just pointing out that of the 300 there's a good chance some of them are innocent.
 
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