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(Hamilton Journal-News)   Parents arrested after their toddler was found wandering the streets in wet pajamas, no shoes, and holding a cup of beer with a bug in it. Jesus Christ, what the hell kind of people give their kids a beer contaminated with a BUG?   (journal-news.com ) divider line
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2013-11-25 12:19:42 AM  
With a history like that, the kid is destined to be the next Drew.
 
2013-11-25 12:24:20 AM  
Kid, just fish the bug out and drink the beer. We've all been there.
 
2013-11-25 12:29:20 AM  
Not so CSB: My 23 month old boy (at the time) learned how to open the front door on his own. The mrs was dropping off the oldest at school and uncle was "watching him". The Mrs comes home and finds out my 2 year old had been walking around with a shirt, clean diaper and nothing else on a busy street 2 houses length away for at least 2 minutes.We have awesome neighbors who grabbed the kid. Called the cops because they didn't know us at the time.Oh but I can make it worse. SAME FRICKIN AFTERNOON my daughter doesn't close the front door properly when my wife is busy in the basement. ANOTHER GOD DQMNED NEIGHBOR HAS TO SAVE MY 2 YEAR OLDS LIFE AGAIN.Neeedless to say, child protected handles were installed before the son went down that day.Want to feel like the worst parents ever? Have a 2 year old with no sense of fear or situational awareness and make 1 mistake. 1. (or 2 I guess)/no beer or bug involved//end of NSFSB.
 
2013-11-25 12:29:25 AM  
Police said they also found a 5-gallon bucket of feces in the bathroom, alongside a full toilet.

Maybe it wasn't beer.
 
2013-11-25 12:30:31 AM  
My phone didn't space that post at all. Odd.
 
2013-11-25 12:31:30 AM  

Jim from Saint Paul: Not so CSB: My 23 month old boy (at the time) learned how to open the front door on his own. The mrs was dropping off the oldest at school and uncle was "watching him". The Mrs comes home and finds out my 2 year old had been walking around with a shirt, clean diaper and nothing else on a busy street 2 houses length away for at least 2 minutes.We have awesome neighbors who grabbed the kid. Called the cops because they didn't know us at the time.Oh but I can make it worse. SAME FRICKIN AFTERNOON my daughter doesn't close the front door properly when my wife is busy in the basement. ANOTHER GOD DQMNED NEIGHBOR HAS TO SAVE MY 2 YEAR OLDS LIFE AGAIN.Neeedless to say, child protected handles were installed before the son went down that day.Want to feel like the worst parents ever? Have a 2 year old with no sense of fear or situational awareness and make 1 mistake. 1. (or 2 I guess)/no beer or bug involved//end of NSFSB.


Yeah, I'm guessing you don't meet the other requirements of the story, here, Snookums. To wit:

Officers went to the girl's home at 913 Dayton St. and found four other children living there. The home had no electricity, no running water and inadequate food supply.
Police said they also found a 5-gallon bucket of feces in the bathroom, alongside a full toilet.


Unless there's more to your story than a kid who likes to unlock the door and roam around the neighborhood.
 
2013-11-25 12:31:45 AM  
Those red Solo cups are bug magnets, kid. Get the bug out because now you gotta pound the rest.
 
2013-11-25 12:32:06 AM  

jtown: Police said they also found a 5-gallon bucket of feces in the bathroom, alongside a full toilet.

Maybe it wasn't beer.


C'mon, where are you supposed to store your feces if not the bathroom?
 
2013-11-25 12:33:24 AM  
This article and topic are so thoroughly repulsive that I'm shamelessly threadjacking it with a picture of some cute puppies.

1.bp.blogspot.com

Sue me.
 
2013-11-25 12:34:09 AM  
I'll start breaking this down item by item... A. wet diaper; toddlers live most their toddling life in a wet diaper (that is different from a 'full diaper'). B-G. what a farkshiat parent set; throw the book at 'em.
 
2013-11-25 12:37:43 AM  
well what the hell do you want??

i.imgur.com

/oh you said beer not to kill ya!!!
 
2013-11-25 12:38:36 AM  
Read the article, per the description it is more then just a toddler that grabs a beer with a bug inside, wanders out and wets himself.
 
2013-11-25 12:40:15 AM  

eas81: well what the hell do you want??

/oh you said beer not to kill ya!!!


I drank a shot of one of those once. It was quite the night.
 
2013-11-25 12:46:05 AM  

Fecal Conservative: jtown: Police said they also found a 5-gallon bucket of feces in the bathroom, alongside a full toilet.

Maybe it wasn't beer.

C'mon, where are you supposed to store your feces if not the bathroom?


I leave mine on my neighbor's lawn.  Is that wrong?
 
2013-11-25 12:47:24 AM  
There exists no law regarding how often you clean up feces in your home. There exists no law on how often you change a diaper. There exists no law to ensure your door is secure. Hence, these folk broke no laws. Except for your Nanny-State 'undefined' laws. Thanks Obama!
 
2013-11-25 12:47:54 AM  
From their mug shots, I think the parents are also brother and sister.
 
2013-11-25 12:55:56 AM  

jtown: Police said they also found a 5-gallon bucket of feces in the bathroom, alongside a full toilet.

Maybe it wasn't beer.


It was beer; it was a Bug Lite. Coulda had the Miller Draft.

/(miller is a type of moth, tmyk)
 
2013-11-25 12:56:56 AM  
Would of been funnier if it was a bottle of Arrogant Bastard
 
2013-11-25 12:58:34 AM  

Ryker's Peninsula: From their mug shots, I think the parents are also brother and sister.


Agreed. They also have the same last name. Coincidence?
 
2013-11-25 12:59:54 AM  
Hamilton!

/just realized that the Journal-News is now Fark compatible.
//this has happened in Hamilton twice this weekend.
///the exclamation point makes it better, no?
 
2013-11-25 01:02:27 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Police said they also found a 5-gallon bucket of feces in the bathroom, alongside a full toilet.


Only feces in the bucket?

Well, I assume they at least had the decency to piss in the sink.

/folks obviously raised them right
//poor kids
 
2013-11-25 01:06:04 AM  
Here's the other leading story on the Journal-News today.

/don't let it hit you
//where the good lord split you
 
2013-11-25 01:11:48 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: eas81: well what the hell do you want??

/oh you said beer not to kill ya!!!

I drank a shot of one of those once. It was quite the night.


I did as well...I still don't know what happened...
 
2013-11-25 01:18:38 AM  

Jim from Saint Paul: My 23 month old boy (at the time)...


You changed the sex of your 23 month old child? You sick bastard!!!
 
2013-11-25 01:21:27 AM  

tuna fingers: There exists no law regarding how often you clean up feces in your home. There exists no law on how often you change a diaper. There exists no law to ensure your door is secure. Hence, these folk broke no laws. Except for your Nanny-State 'undefined' laws. Thanks Obama!


Ah, except MIP of ETOH.
 
2013-11-25 01:23:10 AM  
I'm gonna say it again, paying people to not breed is something we as a society need to give some serious thought to.
 
2013-11-25 01:28:57 AM  
Jim from Saint Paul, wow, you typed all that out on your phone?

Actually, I always feared my daughter would wander out of the house when I took my afternoon (gin) nap. Fortunately she never did, so CPS never found a bucket of feces in our bathroom, or how bare our refrigerator was.

Hamilton (Butler County) CPS was quite proud of how many children they had taken away. Not that I'm defending the family here, I just hope the family gets the help they need.
 
2013-11-25 01:36:55 AM  

Kygz: Here's the other leading story on the Journal-News today.

/don't let it hit you
//where the good lord split you


Nice reporting there lou.

When did Hamilton become so interesting? I liked this story:
Police reports: Man beaten after waving "hi" to female friend
http://m.journal-news.com/news/news/police-reports-man-beaten-after-wa ving-hi-to-femal/nbx26/
 
2013-11-25 01:39:44 AM  
I never got a beer with a bug in it when I was a kid!  My parents didn't believe in beer in the first place.  I did get a belt from time to time, though.  I would rather have had the beer with a bug in it ;)
 
2013-11-25 01:51:48 AM  

Master of the Flying Guillotine: Gyrfalcon: Police said they also found a 5-gallon bucket of feces in the bathroom, alongside a full toilet.

Only feces in the bucket?

Well, I assume they at least had the decency to piss in the sink.

/folks obviously raised them right
//poor kids


I'd bet the 5gallon bucket wasn't "full", the way they phrased it makes it sound more disgusting than it is. You need to empty it before it gets to heavy for the kids to carry.

JPG of camping toilet seat for 5 gallon bucket.

(Just being snarky, not defending the family, CPS, or the article author)
 
2013-11-25 02:03:58 AM  

Ryker's Peninsula: From their mug shots, I think the parents are also brother and sister.

From their mug shots, I think the parents are also brother and sister brother.


FTFY.
 
2013-11-25 03:02:05 AM  
Thankfully I never had that problem as a child.

i306.photobucket.com
 
2013-11-25 04:15:44 AM  
You have to quit helicoptering the crotch fruit. Over protective parents will not let their kids learn from their mistakes.How are they supposed to learn?
 
2013-11-25 06:02:20 AM  
The girl was taken to a hospital for evaluation and treatment. Officers went to the girl's home at 913 Dayton St. and found four other children living there. The home had no electricity, no running water and inadequate food supply.

Police said they also found a 5-gallon bucket of feces in the bathroom, alongside a full toilet.

Animal feces was throughout the residence. Police said the home is unfit for habitation and the children were removed.


/Jesus Christ. What pitiful excuses for human beings. Sterilize them both, and never, ever, give them rights to the kids. Even to visit.
 
2013-11-25 06:06:17 AM  

jtown: Police said they also found a 5-gallon bucket of feces in the bathroom, alongside a full toilet.

Maybe it wasn't beer.


shiatter's FULL!
 
2013-11-25 06:49:47 AM  
Sounds like this situation is the best thing for the kid - it will hopefully make sure these parents will not be the one raising her.
 
2013-11-25 06:59:42 AM  
Somebody must have put one of those joke ice cubes in the beer.

Reading the comments made me sad, but I was committed to putting the comment in.
 
2013-11-25 07:27:11 AM  
I don't understand why white people can't take care of their children.
 
2013-11-25 07:38:53 AM  
That's what kids are for: to bring Daddy his beer while Momma fixes a sammich. Kid needs a goddamn spanking for taking too long.
 
2013-11-25 08:03:46 AM  
Dayum that baby knows how to party
 
2013-11-25 08:14:21 AM  
... what she was doing in my wet pajamas, I'll never know.
 
2013-11-25 08:21:14 AM  
moderndaydadchronicles.files.wordpress.com

Did the kid at least have his thermos?

/that's all anyone really needs
//that and this chair
 
2013-11-25 08:41:28 AM  
Clearly this is an example of an intrusive socialist government who thinks it knows how to better raise kids than their parents.
 
2013-11-25 08:49:52 AM  
the aristocrats!
 
2013-11-25 09:03:38 AM  
CSB: One morning on the way to work - about 5:30 am in the winter so it was dark and cold - I turned a corner and there standing in the middle of the street was a small child - maybe two years old. I stopped, turned on the emergency flashers, and jumped out of the truck, leaving the door open to maybe keep someone from driving around the truck.

The kid had his shoes in his hands and was way too calm - non-responsive calm. I looked around at the nearby houses to see if any had their lights on and maybe the kid had pulled what Jim from Saint Paul shared. I saw one light on in one house, went over and knocked on the door. Slowly someone stirred inside and answered the door. Not their kid, they didn't know whose he was. But we plunked him down on the couch wrapped in a blanket and turned on some cartoons while the home owner called the cops.

In few minutes there were half a dozen police cars there and the officers started going up and down the street knocking on doors looking for the parents.

Turns out the mom had dropped the kid off on the porch at a home day care before they opened. The kid wandered away. A nice district attorney called me and took my statement a few weeks later.

One of those events where time slows down and things get etched in your memory.

- Jasen.
 
2013-11-25 09:10:59 AM  
This is just an extension of early childhood education, and the beer was for his health!
 
2013-11-25 09:13:41 AM  
Years ago I got up around 5:30 in the morning to go fishing.  Walked outside to the truck/boat to put some stuff in and I was waiting for my brother to show up when I see the neighbor's toddler walk out into the street.

I started to run and get him but his dad beat me to it.

They were good parents but I can totally see how this happens - especially since I have twin toddlers of my own.

There's no excuse for these parents though.
 
2013-11-25 09:27:14 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Unless there's more to your story than a kid who likes to unlock the door and roam around the neighborhood.


No. no bucket of shiat.

Samuel Beale's Ghost: Jim from Saint Paul: My 23 month old boy (at the time)...

You changed the sex of your 23 month old child? You sick bastard!!!


+1

jasenj1: CSB: One morning on the way to work - about 5:30 am in the winter so it was dark and cold - I turned a corner and there standing in the middle of the street was a small child - maybe two years old. I stopped, turned on the emergency flashers, and jumped out of the truck, leaving the door open to maybe keep someone from driving around the truck.

The kid had his shoes in his hands and was way too calm - non-responsive calm. I looked around at the nearby houses to see if any had their lights on and maybe the kid had pulled what Jim from Saint Paul shared. I saw one light on in one house, went over and knocked on the door. Slowly someone stirred inside and answered the door. Not their kid, they didn't know whose he was. But we plunked him down on the couch wrapped in a blanket and turned on some cartoons while the home owner called the cops.

In few minutes there were half a dozen police cars there and the officers started going up and down the street knocking on doors looking for the parents.

Turns out the mom had dropped the kid off on the porch at a home day care before they opened. The kid wandered away. A nice district attorney called me and took my statement a few weeks later.

One of those events where time slows down and things get etched in your memory.

- Jasen.


And THIS GUY is who is awesome.
 
2013-11-25 11:03:06 AM  

jasenj1: CSB: One morning on the way to work - about 5:30 am in the winter so it was dark and cold - I turned a corner and there standing in the middle of the street was a small child - maybe two years old. I stopped, turned on the emergency flashers, and jumped out of the truck, leaving the door open to maybe keep someone from driving around the truck.

The kid had his shoes in his hands and was way too calm - non-responsive calm. I looked around at the nearby houses to see if any had their lights on and maybe the kid had pulled what Jim from Saint Paul shared. I saw one light on in one house, went over and knocked on the door. Slowly someone stirred inside and answered the door. Not their kid, they didn't know whose he was. But we plunked him down on the couch wrapped in a blanket and turned on some cartoons while the home owner called the cops.

In few minutes there were half a dozen police cars there and the officers started going up and down the street knocking on doors looking for the parents.

Turns out the mom had dropped the kid off on the porch at a home day care before they opened. The kid wandered away. A nice district attorney called me and took my statement a few weeks later.

One of those events where time slows down and things get etched in your memory.

- Jasen.


I had a similar experience with a very different outcome. A little girl, just walking size, was in the middle of the street as I came around a curve. Thank FSM I saw her in time - it was close and involved the slamming on of brakes and nearly a change of underwear. Another driver and I took the kid into a nearby business and called the cops. It took the sheriff 45 minutes to get there. (I live in the sticks - no local cops) He knocked on doors for close to an hour. Couldn't find the kid's parents. At that point we were thinking the kid was dropped off like an unwanted kitten or something. Finally he found somebody who thought they'd seen the girl outside one of the houses the sheriff had knocked at but gotten no answer. So we're thinking she was left home alone. The sheriff found an open door around back and went inside. Mom was "asleep" on the couch. (this was about 2pm)  It had been two hours and much ruckus outside. I was fully prepared to go to court and testify against this lady and I told the sheriff that, but she was never charged. She got nothing.

If I had hit that kid...
 
2013-11-25 11:35:50 AM  

jasenj1: CSB: One morning on the way to work - about 5:30 am in the winter so it was dark and cold - I turned a corner and there standing in the middle of the street was a small child - maybe two years old. I stopped, turned on the emergency flashers, and jumped out of the truck, leaving the door open to maybe keep someone from driving around the truck.

The kid had his shoes in his hands and was way too calm - non-responsive calm. I looked around at the nearby houses to see if any had their lights on and maybe the kid had pulled what Jim from Saint Paul shared. I saw one light on in one house, went over and knocked on the door. Slowly someone stirred inside and answered the door. Not their kid, they didn't know whose he was. But we plunked him down on the couch wrapped in a blanket and turned on some cartoons while the home owner called the cops.

In few minutes there were half a dozen police cars there and the officers started going up and down the street knocking on doors looking for the parents.

Turns out the mom had dropped the kid off on the porch at a home day care before they opened. The kid wandered away. A nice district attorney called me and took my statement a few weeks later.

One of those events where time slows down and things get etched in your memory.

- Jasen.


You win the thread.

We had to put the child-proof door things on yesterday; little Soviet is just at the right height to turn the knobs on his own. Fortunately we live in a fairly quiet neighborhood without a lot of vehicle traffic.
 
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