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(CNN)   Toddler from expletive filled video removed from the home. When asked to comment, the boy replied "I do believe this is a travesty. In due time, the truth will come out, and my loving family will be absolved of any wrong doing." (paraphrased)   (cnn.com) divider line 244
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2014-01-09 12:25:21 PM
Good. I'm sorry but just because there is no physical violence occurring doesn't mean it's not child abuse. Psychological abuse can be just as bad if not worse then getting the crap beat out of you let alone actively encouraging a child to become a criminal. I just hope they got him out of there in time and DON'T put him with another set of assholes within the foster parent/adoption system.

Sadly I don't think the odds are good for this little fella.

And it's so nice the Fark racists get to have their little feeding frenzy for the day. Dicks.
 
2014-01-09 12:25:35 PM

AngryDragon: In this thread now:  "State had no reason!  Fascism!  Prudes!  Parent's rights!  Other cultures are worse!"

10 years from now: "That poor child.  Why didn't someone do something?  He never stood a chance.  All the warning signs were there"  after he's doing 15 to life.

Stereotypes aren't prescient unless they are.


www.secretsofthefed.com
 
2014-01-09 12:25:36 PM

Cletus C.: Is there any concern at all about the repeated use of the N word?


No and you still can't say it, cracker. Sorry that being white is so difficult.
 
2014-01-09 12:26:09 PM

JesusJuice: Bumblefark: JesusJuice: crab66: This is not a good enough reason to take a kid away from his parents. Sorry.

And it's NOT the reason CPS took the kids. The kids were taken because of safety concerns unrelated to the video.

You and everyone else repeating that the kid was taken because of the video have some serious reading comprehension problems.

*wink*

/that's bureaucrat-speak for, "hold on while we come up with a legally defensible reason for taking the kids."

You have personal knowledge of this case? Please enlighten us. I'd hate to think you're just talking out your ass.


You're adorable.
 
2014-01-09 12:27:27 PM

Witty Comment: Here's what may have/probably happened:

Video->Posting on Internet->Re-posting by police->Concerned Citizen calls police->Police pass complain to Social Services->Social Services is reasonably suspicious abuse may be occurring based upon video, and investigates->Social Services goes to home, finds things that are of imminent danger and harm to children->Children are removed from home.

What probably didn't happen:

Video->Posting on Internet->Nazi's break down doors and point guns at everyone and steal the children->Police claim victory and shag the dead hookers they keep in evidence locker along with the blow.

You MAY BE SURPRISED TO LEARN there's a process for these things. I'm as big a cop and government hater as the next guy, but FFS people, THINK: this is what they chose to show the world. What do you think was found in the house when Social Services visited that they were hiding?


Unpossible.

That would lower the butthurt fountain to unacceptable levels.

I completely agree with you.  No jackbooted thugs rammed the door and took the kid.
 
2014-01-09 12:27:42 PM
Bumblefark:

*wink*

/that's bureaucrat-speak for, "hold on while we come up with a legally defensible reason for taking the kids."


I have three drawers full of cases where we had to "come up with a legally defensible reason for taking the kids." And you often don't have to look very hard, because more often than not, something like this is the tip of the iceberg and when CPS gets into that house they find that mom loves to smoke weed or has a lengthy criminal record, or dad has a lengthy criminal record or a history of domestic violence, or this isn't mom's first run-in with CPS and there are already protective orders on this kid.
And then mom, sits at the other table next to her attorney crying that "she just wants her kids back" and dad is next to her with his attorney saying "I'm gonna fight this and stand strong for my kids."
There are hundreds of reasons to remove children from shiatty parents and none of them involve a kid saying bad words.
 
2014-01-09 12:29:36 PM

crab66: This is not a good enough reason to take a kid away from his parents. Sorry.


Did they claim the video as the only reason? No? Okay, why are you making ignorant comments then?
 
2014-01-09 12:29:37 PM

cgraves67: Well, it could be that the state agency did its due diligence and found evidence of negligence on the part of the household against the child and proceeded with legal action to remove the child from the home. Meanwhile the internet and media have latched on to the "cursing toddler" aspect of the story because it's salacious and that's all we are hearing about, so it just seems like it's an over-reaction. Or it's a legitimate over-reaction.


THIS
 
2014-01-09 12:29:45 PM

Bane of Broone: Sorry that being white is so difficult.


Eh, it's not always so bad...we can't jump, and we have no rhythm, but the police leave us alone, we have decent credit, and we know our fathers.
 
2014-01-09 12:30:15 PM

please: I used to live in a very racially mixed and immigrant dominated neighborhood of Detroit.  Whenever I would walk up to the corner store I'd pass a building with a stoop full of diaper wearing black toddlers who would always run inside screaming "white man!  white man!" when I passed by.  Then the mom would glare out the window.  Good times.

/csb


What's the exact difference between "racially mixed" and "very racially mixed"?
 
2014-01-09 12:31:38 PM

flynn80: Why are words about human sexuality considered explict?  I'm sorry your phoney religous morality has brainwashed you but language is beautiful even when cruel, like nature.



A child in diapers using that language, and you are OK with that?

I think the folks at NAMBLA might be interested in talking to you.  They seem to use a lot of the same "logic" you do.
 
2014-01-09 12:32:29 PM

digitalrain: Barfmaker: Umm...is everyone a little prissy and prudish or is my moral/ethical compass totally broken?

It just doesn't seem like much of a huge deal to me.

I just don't see where teaching a 2 year old kid to say "suck my dick" (and that's the tamer stuff) is a good thing.


They were just toughening him up for pre-school.
 
2014-01-09 12:32:52 PM

Bane of Broone: Cletus C.: Is there any concern at all about the repeated use of the N word?

No and you still can't say it, cracker. Sorry that being white is so difficult.


It's not white people who make black people look bad.
 
2014-01-09 12:33:19 PM

Bane of Broone: Cletus C.: Is there any concern at all about the repeated use of the N word?

No and you still can't say it, cracker. Sorry that being white is so difficult.


Only attractive and successful African Americans can call other attractive and successful African Americans attractive and successful African Americans.

And really, why would you want to say it? The attractive and successful African Americans are obviously attractive and successful African Americans and we all know who they are.

Bane here, for instance, sounds like he is particularly attractive and successful.
 
2014-01-09 12:33:20 PM
A toddler cursing and the adults laughing? Why goodness gracious someone grab the fainting couch while I clutch my pearls.
/Come on toddlers cursing is hilarious and none of the state's farking business.
 
2014-01-09 12:33:46 PM
To be fair, children don't come with instructions.

When my son was in daycare, they had a little 4 year old terror like that show up one day. Mean, violent, abusive, thrown out before the end of day two.
 
2014-01-09 12:34:05 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: but the police leave us alone,


Speak for yourself.
 
2014-01-09 12:35:25 PM

Bumblefark: JesusJuice: Bumblefark: JesusJuice: crab66: This is not a good enough reason to take a kid away from his parents. Sorry.

And it's NOT the reason CPS took the kids. The kids were taken because of safety concerns unrelated to the video.

You and everyone else repeating that the kid was taken because of the video have some serious reading comprehension problems.

*wink*

/that's bureaucrat-speak for, "hold on while we come up with a legally defensible reason for taking the kids."

You have personal knowledge of this case? Please enlighten us. I'd hate to think you're just talking out your ass.

You're adorable.


That's your response..? THAT'S adorable. Instead of doing something intelligent and saying "you know what, you're right. I DON'T have any clue as to what ACTUALLY HAPPENED in the house, and even though at first glance I thought it was just a heavy handed tactic from the government I realize I was mistaken because it's magnitudes more likely that the chain of events wasn't that the police saw a video and simply took the kids."

Dude, if you're going to call anyone "adorable" and try to make them look stupid, you should really do some research into how the system actually works, and not how you perceive it to work. Then, when you DO call someone adorable, it really DOES make them look like a flailing idiot, rather than being an exercise in projection.

Bless your heart. *pats you on the head*

/That's how it's done.
 
2014-01-09 12:35:57 PM

AngryDragon: In this thread now:  "State had no reason!  Fascism!  Prudes!  Parent's rights!  Other cultures are worse!"

10 years from now: "That poor child.  Why didn't someone do something?  He never stood a chance.  All the warning signs were there"  after he's doing 15 to life.


I saw a movie years ago that was even worse than this.  It was over an hour and a half long of kids swearing, using racial slurs, crackin jokes about people having STDs and flipping people off.  Shiat like:

My language is English and this mother farker tried to grab my junk.
Honky wanted a fistful of my balls!
you have crabs
fark you, Miss Daisy.
We are butt suck, chipmunk ass butt! We got ass butt, oh yo ass butt!


One of the kids in the movie is obsessed with breasts too.  I mean this little kid is sayin stuff like:

Damn, she got some boobies on her.
Oh yeah. Sometimes I call myself "The Booby Watcher". I even have my own comic book. "The Adventures of The Booby Watcher".


There's more, a lot more.  What's worse is this kid was actually coached by adults to say all of that.  He had to say those things over and over and over again until the adults were content with the way he said it to make it believable.  It's inexcusable, there isn't a single reason in the entire world that sort of crap needs to be going on, let alone video taped and released to the public, as if it was something to be celebrated.

Anyway, here's a SFW link to a small portion of it:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZGYswlbU8w
 
2014-01-09 12:36:20 PM
I would be shocked - SHOCKED - to find out that parents who videotape their cursing toddler (to the amusement and encouragement of the parents/other adults) may not be maintaining an exemplary home environment for said toddler, free of threats to that toddler's health and/or life.

SHOCKED, I say ...
 
2014-01-09 12:36:28 PM

Barfmaker: Umm...is everyone a little prissy and prudish or is my moral/ethical compass totally broken?

It just doesn't seem like much of a huge deal to me.


thinkingmomsrevolution.com

 
2014-01-09 12:37:51 PM

A Terrible Human: A toddler cursing and the adults laughing? Why goodness gracious someone grab the fainting couch while I clutch my pearls.
/Come on toddlers cursing is hilarious and none of the state's farking business.


I have always found it interesting how so many people's Fark handles match their (apparent) personality traits.
 
2014-01-09 12:38:15 PM

Smelly Pirate Hooker: I would be shocked - SHOCKED - to find out that parents who videotape their cursing toddler (to the amusement and encouragement of the parents/other adults) may not be maintaining an exemplary home environment for said toddler, free of threats to that toddler's health and/or life.


I would be shocked if any toddler on earth lives in a home free of threats to that toddler's health and/or life.  I get your point, I just think you set the bar at the wrong height.
 
2014-01-09 12:38:48 PM

Ivandrago: Bumblefark:

*wink*

/that's bureaucrat-speak for, "hold on while we come up with a legally defensible reason for taking the kids."

I have three drawers full of cases where we had to "come up with a legally defensible reason for taking the kids." And you often don't have to look very hard, because more often than not, something like this is the tip of the iceberg and when CPS gets into that house they find that mom loves to smoke weed or has a lengthy criminal record, or dad has a lengthy criminal record or a history of domestic violence, or this isn't mom's first run-in with CPS and there are already protective orders on this kid.
And then mom, sits at the other table next to her attorney crying that "she just wants her kids back" and dad is next to her with his attorney saying "I'm gonna fight this and stand strong for my kids."
There are hundreds of reasons to remove children from shiatty parents and none of them involve a kid saying bad words.


I'm not saying that sounds like a certain case I have first hand knowledge in, but... yeah.
Sad thing is, the kid is probably going to be in the system the next 4-5 years before it is all said and done.
 
2014-01-09 12:39:59 PM

flynn80: Why are words about human sexuality considered explict?  I'm sorry your phoney religous morality has brainwashed you but language is beautiful even when cruel, like nature.


I am an atheist and this subject has a lot more to do with COMMON SENSE than morality or freedom of speech.  If you LOVE your children, you treat them with respect and you teach them to respect others.

All of you who don't see a problem with this need to get real and ask yourself if you want YOUR kids to talk like this.  And if you don't have kids and don't have a problem with it, please go get a vasectomy or get your tubes tied.
 
2014-01-09 12:42:02 PM

Mell of a Hess: please: I used to live in a very racially mixed and immigrant dominated neighborhood of Detroit.  Whenever I would walk up to the corner store I'd pass a building with a stoop full of diaper wearing black toddlers who would always run inside screaming "white man!  white man!" when I passed by.  Then the mom would glare out the window.  Good times.

/csb

What's the exact difference between "racially mixed" and "very racially mixed"?


That isn't important right now. The outrage should be directed at parents who are too lazy to toilet train their children because they waste time teaching them to look out for suspicious white guys.
 
2014-01-09 12:43:17 PM

lennavan: Smelly Pirate Hooker: I would be shocked - SHOCKED - to find out that parents who videotape their cursing toddler (to the amusement and encouragement of the parents/other adults) may not be maintaining an exemplary home environment for said toddler, free of threats to that toddler's health and/or life.

I would be shocked if any toddler on earth lives in a home free of threats to that toddler's health and/or life.  I get your point, I just think you set the bar at the wrong height.


In the video, yes the bar is set at the wrong height. This is what they chose to show the world. Once Social Services did a surprise welfare check, as is completely understandable, to determine the conditions of the home in which the children are kept, it's reasonable to believe what they chose to not show the world, and keep in their homes, was much worse. No, this video isn't enough to remove children from a home, but it IS enough to solicit a welfare check. We don't know what they found because they usually can't discuss an ongoing investigation or open case.
 
2014-01-09 12:43:41 PM

Ivandrago: Bumblefark:

*wink*

/that's bureaucrat-speak for, "hold on while we come up with a legally defensible reason for taking the kids."

I have three drawers full of cases where we had to "come up with a legally defensible reason for taking the kids." And you often don't have to look very hard, because more often than not, something like this is the tip of the iceberg and when CPS gets into that house they find that mom loves to smoke weed or has a lengthy criminal record, or dad has a lengthy criminal record or a history of domestic violence, or this isn't mom's first run-in with CPS and there are already protective orders on this kid.
And then mom, sits at the other table next to her attorney crying that "she just wants her kids back" and dad is next to her with his attorney saying "I'm gonna fight this and stand strong for my kids."
There are hundreds of reasons to remove children from shiatty parents and none of them involve a kid saying bad words.


Yeah...that was sort of my point. Fact is, they wouldn't have been there in the first place except for the video. I'm guessing that if you walked into any average household, and were hell-bent on finding "safety concerns," you could find them aplenty. So, yes, that does sort of raise legitimate questions about procedural fairness when we're talking about what (and how little) it takes to trigger such an investigation.
 
2014-01-09 12:43:47 PM
And what have we learned from all of this?

Don't put dat shiat on youtube, yo.
 
2014-01-09 12:44:36 PM
We're talking Omaha farking Nebraska - it's not like the kid ever had a chance anyway.

/indubitably
 
2014-01-09 12:45:17 PM

crzybtch: All of you who don't see a problem with this need to get real and ask yourself if you want YOUR kids to talk like this.


I see a problem with this.  I don't want my kids to talk like this.  But who the fark are you to tell me how to raise my kids?  I don't call the cops when you take your kids to McDonalds.
 
2014-01-09 12:45:47 PM
What a well-mannered, well-adjusted adult he will become.
 
2014-01-09 12:45:52 PM
I think that it is safe to say that tearing this particular "family" apart is probably for the best...
 
2014-01-09 12:46:01 PM

scottydoesntknow: Why hasn't CPS stepped in when the parents of this kid let him star in an R-rated movie

Or this girl:
[screencrave.com image 570x303]

with such quotes as:
Okay you coonts... Let's see what you can do now!
I'm just farking with you Daddy! Look, I'd love a Benchmade model 42 butterfly knife.
Show's over, motherfarkers.


Difference is the Hit Girl actress (Choe Mortiz) was old enough (11 I believe)  to know that it was a role not real life.  And according to an interview I heard on the radio, her mother was heavily involved in monitoring the filming.  For instance, she told the director there would be ONE take only for the "Okay you C--word" line.  If Chloe hadn't gotten it right in the first take, they would have had to film an alternative line.
 
2014-01-09 12:46:09 PM

AngryDragon: In this thread now:  "State had no reason!  Fascism!  Prudes!  Parent's rights!  Other cultures are worse!"

10 years from now: "That poor child.  Why didn't someone do something?  He never stood a chance.  All the warning signs were there"  after he's doing 15 to life.



This. CPS really can't win. What a demoralizing job that must be.

If you take kids away, shiatty parents go to the media crying about how they love their kids and want them back. If you leave them in the home and they OD on some drugs they found discarded under the couch or end up being killed by their skank mom's latest boyfriend, or they're found a few years later alone in a filthy, vermin-infested "home" with no food or means to get food, CPS is a bunch of lazy assholes who don't care about kids and stand by while helpless children are abused by their parents.

CPS needs people who care, but I understand why they have trouble finding them. It would only take a few months of being criticized no matter what I did before I'd say "fark it" and go find a more fulfilling, meaningful job at McDonald's.
 
2014-01-09 12:47:00 PM
People tend to curse for one of two reasons - potentially both - they are either rather ignorant and have a minimal grasp of the English language or for the shock value.  Expletives are often offensive, derogatory and hateful.  Isn't that the same test society has used to place a defacto ban on the use of words like fa99ot, n_gger (people who annoy you), etc.?

Given our hypersensitivity to certain words I expect that the list of non-utterables will continue to grow.  Should that occur I would hope that at least the same test is used each time a new word is condemned.
 
2014-01-09 12:47:28 PM

Cletus C.: Is there any concern at all about the repeated use of the N word?


Soft r, motherfarka
 
2014-01-09 12:47:57 PM

lennavan: Smelly Pirate Hooker: I would be shocked - SHOCKED - to find out that parents who videotape their cursing toddler (to the amusement and encouragement of the parents/other adults) may not be maintaining an exemplary home environment for said toddler, free of threats to that toddler's health and/or life.

I would be shocked if any toddler on earth lives in a home free of threats to that toddler's health and/or life.  I get your point, I just think you set the bar at the wrong height.


Sure. I'll rephrase:

I would be shocked - SHOCKED - to find out that parents who videotape their cursing toddler (to the amusement and encouragement of the parents/other adults) may not be maintaining an exemplary home environment for said toddler, free of significant, immediate threats to that toddler's health and/or life.

I assumed a reasonable person wouldn't need to be told that. My mistake.
 
2014-01-09 12:48:05 PM

Witty Comment: Bumblefark: JesusJuice: Bumblefark: JesusJuice: crab66: This is not a good enough reason to take a kid away from his parents. Sorry.

And it's NOT the reason CPS took the kids. The kids were taken because of safety concerns unrelated to the video.

You and everyone else repeating that the kid was taken because of the video have some serious reading comprehension problems.

*wink*

/that's bureaucrat-speak for, "hold on while we come up with a legally defensible reason for taking the kids."

You have personal knowledge of this case? Please enlighten us. I'd hate to think you're just talking out your ass.

You're adorable.

That's your response..? THAT'S adorable. Instead of doing something intelligent and saying "you know what, you're right. I DON'T have any clue as to what ACTUALLY HAPPENED in the house, and even though at first glance I thought it was just a heavy handed tactic from the government I realize I was mistaken because it's magnitudes more likely that the chain of events wasn't that the police saw a video and simply took the kids."

Dude, if you're going to call anyone "adorable" and try to make them look stupid, you should really do some research into how the system actually works, and not how you perceive it to work. Then, when you DO call someone adorable, it really DOES make them look like a flailing idiot, rather than being an exercise in projection.

Bless your heart. *pats you on the head*

/That's how it's done.


I worked in social services for many years, and was involved in dozens of such cases. But, thanks for the tip.
 
2014-01-09 12:49:05 PM

Witty Comment: lennavan: Smelly Pirate Hooker: I would be shocked - SHOCKED - to find out that parents who videotape their cursing toddler (to the amusement and encouragement of the parents/other adults) may not be maintaining an exemplary home environment for said toddler, free of threats to that toddler's health and/or life.

I would be shocked if any toddler on earth lives in a home free of threats to that toddler's health and/or life.  I get your point, I just think you set the bar at the wrong height.

In the video, yes the bar is set at the wrong height. This is what they chose to show the world. Once Social Services did a surprise welfare check, as is completely understandable, to determine the conditions of the home in which the children are kept, it's reasonable to believe what they chose to not show the world, and keep in their homes, was much worse. No, this video isn't enough to remove children from a home, but it IS enough to solicit a welfare check. We don't know what they found because they usually can't discuss an ongoing investigation or open case.


I actually posted all of that myself previously in the thread.  I think you read way too far into my post you quoted.
 
2014-01-09 12:49:18 PM

OnlyM3: digitalrain [TotalFark]

I just don't see where teaching a 2 year old kid to say "suck my dick" (and that's the tamer stuff) is a good thing. I don't think anyone is making that argument.

I think the point is sending armed gunmen to abduct said child is exponentially worse.

It's not the state's farking business.

// correction, it shouldn't be the state's farking business.


I disagree... They are obviously raising a future criminal here, and that makes it everyones problem.   I wish more children could be taken away from "parents" like this... unfortunately though I know that the CPS system is far from perfect and I do not want to give those farkwads any more power over people iether...
 
2014-01-09 12:51:20 PM
It's ok if CPS takes this babby away. His mom can just make another.

If she has a girl, it can be taught to twerk.
 
2014-01-09 12:52:26 PM

I think he would bring joy to a "family values" couple. Imagine the chuckles they will have when he he says "Suck my n***a dick, cracker biatch" to his new adoptive mother."


2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-01-09 12:55:08 PM
99.998er:
img.fark.net

I think she's been steppin' out on him...
 
2014-01-09 12:55:48 PM

Mell of a Hess: please: I used to live in a very racially mixed and immigrant dominated neighborhood of Detroit.  Whenever I would walk up to the corner store I'd pass a building with a stoop full of diaper wearing black toddlers who would always run inside screaming "white man!  white man!" when I passed by.  Then the mom would glare out the window.  Good times.

/csb

What's the exact difference between "racially mixed" and "very racially mixed"?


You tell me:

Polish 22.9%
Black or African American 15.1%
Yugoslav 10.5%
Arab (Excluding Iraqi and Lebanese) 8.2%
Asian Indian 5.4%
Ukrainian 3.2%
German 2.9%
Albanian 2.8%
Bangladeshi 2.7%
Irish 2.2%
Italian 1.8%
Russia 1.4%
American 1.1%
French (excluding the Basques) 0.8%
Lebanese 0.7%
Scottish 0.7%
Mexican 0.6%
Pakistani 0.6%
Macedonian 0.5%
Iraqi 0.5%
 
2014-01-09 12:56:35 PM

Bumblefark: Witty Comment: Bumblefark: JesusJuice: Bumblefark: JesusJuice: crab66: This is not a good enough reason to take a kid away from his parents. Sorry.

And it's NOT the reason CPS took the kids. The kids were taken because of safety concerns unrelated to the video.

You and everyone else repeating that the kid was taken because of the video have some serious reading comprehension problems.

*wink*

/that's bureaucrat-speak for, "hold on while we come up with a legally defensible reason for taking the kids."

You have personal knowledge of this case? Please enlighten us. I'd hate to think you're just talking out your ass.

You're adorable.

That's your response..? THAT'S adorable. Instead of doing something intelligent and saying "you know what, you're right. I DON'T have any clue as to what ACTUALLY HAPPENED in the house, and even though at first glance I thought it was just a heavy handed tactic from the government I realize I was mistaken because it's magnitudes more likely that the chain of events wasn't that the police saw a video and simply took the kids."

Dude, if you're going to call anyone "adorable" and try to make them look stupid, you should really do some research into how the system actually works, and not how you perceive it to work. Then, when you DO call someone adorable, it really DOES make them look like a flailing idiot, rather than being an exercise in projection.

Bless your heart. *pats you on the head*

/That's how it's done.

I worked in social services for many years, and was involved in dozens of such cases. But, thanks for the tip.


Thank you for leaving, then.
 
2014-01-09 12:57:05 PM

tricycleracer: Omaha, Nebraska: You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.


Congress?
 
2014-01-09 12:58:14 PM

Bumblefark: I worked in social services for many years, and was involved in dozens of such cases.


So can you talk about why you were fired, or is there a court order?
 
2014-01-09 12:58:23 PM
CPS rarely swoops in and snatches a kid unless there is compelling verified reasons.  (CSB alert)  They showed up at my house once, because I was ranting and raving at my then-teen son.  The neighbor didn't bother to get anything other than the idea that my kid was about to be murdered.  As soon as CPS walked in and discovered that my teen was larger than anyone else in the house and prone to using illicit substances, they understood my screaming at him to stop using or I was going to have him arrested.  He was shocked that they agreed with me that no matter how stupid the drug laws might be, until further notice, obey the damn law.

Just glad he finally got clean and sober.  Well, at least enough to graduate and get out on his own. (/CSB)

Hope this kid goes to a better home.  He needs to be potty trained by this age.
 
2014-01-09 12:58:56 PM

Bane of Broone: Cletus C.: Is there any concern at all about the repeated use of the N word?

No and you still can't say it, cracker. Sorry that being white is so difficult.


Whether you can say it or not has to do with your social standing in a culture not your race,

If you really want to say but feel it might be inappropriate, you could just sing along with the radio while driving to work.
 
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