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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 02:07:57 PM  

kerrigand: Hello Westboro. How are you? Good to see you you. How ya been?


Que?
 
2014-01-09 02:08:17 PM  

lennavan: 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.


I AM the one to tell you how to raise your kids if your kid is like the one on the video.  Someone has to do it because you are too ignorant to figure it out.
 
2014-01-09 02:14:01 PM  

crzybtch: I AM the one to tell you how to raise your kids


You are indeed a crzybtch.  Which by the way, means if you have kids the cops should probably take them away from you.  I don't want kids around someone who uses language like you.
 
2014-01-09 02:16:49 PM  
No idea how an 'audio abuse' law would be written... but I do feel sorry for the kid
 
2014-01-09 02:20:44 PM  

crzybtch: lennavan: 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.

I AM the one to tell you how to raise your kids if your kid is like the one on the video.  Someone has to do it because you are too ignorant to figure it out.


pretty much this...  or to put it another way... if you saw me working on my truck, and I was draining my brake fluid thinking it was regular maintenance, I would want someone to stop me before I get on the road and plow into someone...   This is exactly what they are doing to this child.  They are draining his promising future away and he is going to crash eventually...
 
2014-01-09 02:34:02 PM  

untaken_name: lockers: How come they never describe red necks similar bullshiat as 'thuggery'.

Intervesting.

Because rednecks don't have smartphones and they have to go to the liberry to get on the internets?


BigNumber12: lockers: How come they never describe red necks similar bullshiat as 'thuggery'.

This particular subculture self-identifies as "Thug." Is is wrong to use their preferred nomenclature?


Just as rednecks identify with buggery.
 
2014-01-09 02:40:52 PM  
FTFA: Just another day on the Internet -- until the police union in Omaha, Nebraska, posted the clip on its website to highlight what it called the "cycle of violence and thuggery" the community faces.

It is of course being perpetuated by the State of Omaha what with coming into a citizen's crib and snatchin up dey cheerin fo speakin his minds and shiat... suck mah mothafarkin dick, yo.
 
2014-01-09 02:44:30 PM  

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


Funny, TFA didn't mention why the child was actually taken away. The video only prompted the visit, not the removal, and yes, it's hard to tell if a child's being abused sometimes.
 
2014-01-09 02:47:53 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"?


Only an average of three residences with a fully paid utility bill?
 
2014-01-09 02:55:41 PM  

Maul555: crzybtch: lennavan: 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.

I AM the one to tell you how to raise your kids if your kid is like the one on the video.  Someone has to do it because you are too ignorant to figure it out.

pretty much this...  or to put it another way... if you saw me working on my truck, and I was draining my brake fluid thinking it was regular maintenance, I would want someone to stop me before I get on the road and plow into someone...   This is exactly what they are doing to this child.  They are draining his promising future away and he is going to crash eventually...


That's a bingo.

This isn't taking your kid to McDonald's so I'm going to take your kid away because I think they should eat more healthy food.  This is removing a child from a lifestyle that is actively promoting anti-social, anti-civilized behavior.  The cycle has to be broken somewhere, and since the idiotic thug-life parents in this case were obviously not going to be the ones to do it, someone else had to step in.
 
2014-01-09 03:01:47 PM  

99.998er: 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 image 575x383]


<checks own profile>
Kick out of the reply, etc.
Still trying to figure out if that was supposed to be some sort of funnay
 
2014-01-09 03:05:19 PM  

technicolor-misfit: I don't agree with a lot of shiat parents do to their kids... should they all have their children removed?


Maybe we could just stop assigning owners to human beings in the first place, and then this issue wouldn't exist. We like to pretend we did so 1865, but "parental rights" and the related extrajudicial declaration of incompetence in minors beg to disagree.
 
2014-01-09 03:10:04 PM  

lennavan: But who the fark are you to tell me how to raise my kids?


A) The actual legal standard basically only allows children to be removed when there's a threat to their safety. I strongly suspect that while this video may have been the trigger for the removal, it was not the cause.

B) We're society. We get to make collective judgements about acceptable social behavior, including child rearing.
 
2014-01-09 03:17:18 PM  

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

Funny, TFA didn't mention why the child was actually taken away. The video only prompted the visit, not the removal, and yes, it's hard to tell if a child's being abused sometimes.


Why would the video prompt a visit?  Ohh I forgot, CPS basically operates off of publicity.

Regardless of what you or I think about the language used it's pretty obvious the adults and the kid are having fun with the whole thing.

The union had zero reason to post the video, it was basically a passive way to say: "look at these savages".
 
2014-01-09 03:24:19 PM  

IRQ12: PsiChick: crab66: This is not a good enough reason to take a kid away from his parents. Sorry.

Funny, TFA didn't mention why the child was actually taken away. The video only prompted the visit, not the removal, and yes, it's hard to tell if a child's being abused sometimes.

Why would the video prompt a visit?  Ohh I forgot, CPS basically operates off of publicity.

Regardless of what you or I think about the language used it's pretty obvious the adults and the kid are having fun with the whole thing.

The union had zero reason to post the video, it was basically a passive way to say: "look at these savages".


The video prompted a visit because they were swearing at the child and calling him names. Was the kid having fun then? Yes. Was it as fun three hours later when they're not joking and swearing a blue streak at the kid because the kid was playing with a spoon and now they can't find it? Probably not.
 
2014-01-09 03:26:44 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 god you got fired...
 
2014-01-09 03:28:12 PM  

Witty Comment: Thank you for leaving, then.


But...but none of those words are in all caps. How will I ever know which ones are important?

/also, a nice hot cup of calm the fark down might be in order.
 
2014-01-09 03:29:38 PM  

Petey4335: 99.998er: 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 image 575x383]

<checks own profile>
Kick out of the reply, etc.
Still trying to figure out if that was supposed to be some sort of funnay


Your kids have your eyes!
 
2014-01-09 03:30:03 PM  

StrangeQ: This isn't taking your kid to McDonald's so I'm going to take your kid away because I think they should eat more healthy food.


I see you are currently taking your kids to McDonalds.  I therefore assume every day for every meal for the rest of your childhood you will be taking your kids to McDonalds and demand your kids be taken away.  You get what's wrong with that, right?  That's really stupid and anyone who argued something like that would be a giant idiot, right?

So you saw a video of a kid being encouraged to swear and whatnot.  You saw one single instance.  What do you conclude?

StrangeQ: This is removing a child from a lifestyle that is actively promoting anti-social, anti-civilized behavior. The cycle has to be broken somewhere, and since the idiotic thug-life parents in this case were obviously not going to be the ones to do it, someone else had to step in.


Wow, one video and you know things about this kid's lifestyle, his "thug-life parents" and what they were or were not going to do in the future.  That's like if I saw you with your kids at McDonalds and...

Well, forget it, you're a giant idiot, you'd never understand.
 
2014-01-09 03:30:39 PM  

JesusJuice: Thank god you got fired...


Heh. Can't come up with your own material?
 
2014-01-09 03:32:59 PM  

profplump: A) The actual legal standard basically only allows children to be removed when there's a threat to their safety. I strongly suspect that while this video may have been the trigger for the removal, it was not the cause.


I agree.  In the post I replied to, she was arguing for government intervention for just what was in the video.

profplump: B) We're society. We get to make collective judgements about acceptable social behavior, including child rearing and gay marriage.


I added something for you to help see a different perspective.  While I agree with you that currently we do get to make those decisions, I am arguing that we should not be able to.
 
2014-01-09 03:35:15 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.


If you don't see how that environment virtually guarantees a bad future for the young toddler then I can only say I hope you don't have kids. You may not know this but they are somewhat impressionable.
 
2014-01-09 03:41:24 PM  
The kid is lucky he doesn't live in LA. here the CPS just says "fark it, everyhing's fine" and a few months later: dead kid. that's just how our incompetent but unionized CPS rolls in Los Angeles County.
 
2014-01-09 03:50:35 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?


A funny scene from Shameless comes to mind.

NSFW LANGUAGE!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=2JKY42pc8UM #t =59
 
2014-01-09 03:54:11 PM  

Maul555: you think a group of adults hurling curse words and telling a toddler that they are basically a worthless bag of skin and never will be worth anything (only much harsher)


I don't think you followed the conversation too well.
 
2014-01-09 04:00:43 PM  

Ivandrago: Bumblefark: 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.

Sorry, I mistook it for the usual fark anti-cop, anti-government snark.
I haven't been doing this job for very long, but the worst procedural unfairness I've seen so far is mostly around setting court dates and the fact that the works are often directly at odds with the parents and are also tasked with monitoring them. So when bad blood arises between the two, the worker can have significant say in what happens with the child and the parents attorney is usually fighting an uphill battle at that point.


No problem. Yeah, it's pretty much one big clusterfark of moral ambiguity. I'm actually sort of ambivalent in the present case; based on the video, I'd be inclined to intervene, too. But, I'd also have to admit that there's nothing in the video (per se) that legitimately warrants it. Or, at least, nothing that ought to.

/*shrugs
 
2014-01-09 04:14:09 PM  

trappedspirit: Maul555: you think a group of adults hurling curse words and telling a toddler that they are basically a worthless bag of skin and never will be worth anything (only much harsher)

I don't think you followed the conversation too well.


what do you mean and why did you cut my quote short?
 
2014-01-09 04:45:24 PM  

please: 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%


You don't need the "very" - if it's mixed, it's mixed.  If it ain't, it ain't.

Hates the word very, and most other qualifiers.

And, why do the French keep excluding the Basquqes?  Why?
 
2014-01-09 05:12:13 PM  

Mell of a Hess: please: 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%

You don't need the "very" - if it's mixed, it's mixed.  If it ain't, it ain't.

Hates the word very, and most other qualifiers.

And, why do the French keep excluding the Basquqes?  Why?


do you also hate the word more?  how about slightly?  do you also think that the word extremely is to be shunned?
 
2014-01-09 05:16:21 PM  

lockers: How come they never describe red necks similar bullshiat as 'thuggery'.

Intervesting.


White people can only be true thugs if they are from Eastern Europe.

/or if they are a fan of a Philadelphia sports team
 
2014-01-09 05:18:01 PM  

Maul555: trappedspirit: Maul555: you think a group of adults hurling curse words and telling a toddler that they are basically a worthless bag of skin and never will be worth anything (only much harsher)

I don't think you followed the conversation too well.

what do you mean and why did you cut my quote short?


Because that was then end of the portion of your quote in which you were describing the content of the "conversation".  Most of which was getting the child to repeat things rather than tell him he was "a worthless bag of skin and never will be worth anything" .
 
2014-01-09 05:24:08 PM  

TheGogmagog: CPS is basically a HOA


Because children are property and not people
 
2014-01-09 05:45:19 PM  

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


diaf
 
2014-01-09 06:27:23 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.


And that's why you aren't part of the solution
 
2014-01-09 06:52:55 PM  

lennavan: profplump: A) The actual legal standard basically only allows children to be removed when there's a threat to their safety. I strongly suspect that while this video may have been the trigger for the removal, it was not the cause.

I agree.  In the post I replied to, she was arguing for government intervention for just what was in the video.

profplump: B) We're society. We get to make collective judgements about acceptable social behavior, including child rearing and gay marriage.

I added something for you to help see a different perspective.  While I agree with you that currently we do get to make those decisions, I am arguing that we should not be able to.


Except that children are uniquely vulnerable to abuse from adults because of their limited experience, knowledge and abilities. Gay marriage, that's between two consenting adults who theoretically can look out for their own best interests, and it's a contract that society explicitly authorizes for most people, and there's no justifiable reason to not extend it to everyone. On the other hand, society does have a very real and vested interest in children growing up without dying or abused and perpetuating a broken social contract.
 
2014-01-09 06:56:07 PM  

John the Magnificent: 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.


So since I have this username you think I'm actually a terrible person for thinking a toddler cursing is funny? Dude it happens,babies repeat what they hear and it can be really funny sometimes. But thanks for being a total douche about it.
 
2014-01-09 09:15:33 PM  

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

[i500.listal.com image 500x250]

with such quotes as:
My language is English and this mother farker tried to grab my junk.
fark you, Miss Daisy.
Partner in crime. You're my PIC. Just don't cock-block me tonight.

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.


Funny, when I did a YouTube™ search for 'swearing toddler, the first result was the video in question...followed by numerous videos of white kids swearing.
 
2014-01-09 11:41:13 PM  

lennavan: StrangeQ: This isn't taking your kid to McDonald's so I'm going to take your kid away because I think they should eat more healthy food.

I see you are currently taking your kids to McDonalds.  I therefore assume every day for every meal for the rest of your childhood you will be taking your kids to McDonalds and demand your kids be taken away.  You get what's wrong with that, right?  That's really stupid and anyone who argued something like that would be a giant idiot, right?

So you saw a video of a kid being encouraged to swear and whatnot.  You saw one single instance.  What do you conclude?

StrangeQ: This is removing a child from a lifestyle that is actively promoting anti-social, anti-civilized behavior. The cycle has to be broken somewhere, and since the idiotic thug-life parents in this case were obviously not going to be the ones to do it, someone else had to step in.

Wow, one video and you know things about this kid's lifestyle, his "thug-life parents" and what they were or were not going to do in the future.  That's like if I saw you with your kids at McDonalds and...

Well, forget it, you're a giant idiot, you'd never understand.


Good response, call the person an idiot because they don't agree with you.

I will bet you none of the people in this video have a job or will have a job any time in the near future.  Can I guarantee that?  No, but I think it's a pretty safe assumption. This is another example of people who are nothing more than a drain on society. They won't ever contribute, but they will take.  We will support them through welfare, food stamps and, eventually, pay for their incarceration.  I, for one, am tired of busting my ass working two jobs to help support leaches like this.

Take the kid away, put him in a good foster home with parents who will teach him right from wrong and give him a chance at a happy, successful, productive life.

We will all be better off.
 
2014-01-10 02:14:14 AM  

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

[i500.listal.com image 500x250]

with such quotes as:
My language is English and this mother farker tried to grab my junk.
fark you, Miss Daisy.
Partner in crime. You're my PIC. Just don't cock-block me tonight.

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.

Funny, when I did a YouTube™ search for 'swearing toddler, the first result was the video in question...followed by numerous videos of white kids swearing.


Funny, when I watched that video I saw a lot more than simply a "swearing toddler"
 
2014-01-10 03:34:57 AM  
How the fark are all of you "They have no right based on making a kid swear, its funny!" people missing the fact that they are clearly telling the kid to "rep his hood"? Is there nothing wrong with gang indoctrination? Should the big bad popo just forget that part?

"thats why you can't fight p*ssy"  --- because it's cool to instill that violence is a good way to handle things, and that the child is somehow inferior if he doesn't fight..

"what hood you from"  "tell 'em deuce nine n*gga" --- Does this not scream gang affiliation/indoctrination to anybody?

"you thuggin' wit yo diaper on" --- well stated, good sir.. teach the kid early on that "thuggin" is funny and acceptable


but stop calling them thugs you dirty racist! only they can describe themselves as such!
 
2014-01-10 05:27:19 AM  

untaken_name: zepillin: you could just sing along with the radio while driving to work.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKlDBi0cyIA">http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=GKlDBi0cyIA


Awesome, thanks
 
2014-01-10 09:26:03 AM  

Maul555: Mell of a Hess: please: 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%

You don't need the "very" - if it's mixed, it's mixed.  If it ain't, it ain't.

Hates the word very, and most other qualifiers.

And, why do the French keep excluding the Basquqes?  Why?

do you also hate the word more?  how about slightly?  do you also think that the word extremely is to be shunned?


Extremely may be the most offensive.  Sorry so late in reply.
 
2014-01-10 12:32:45 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.


This isn't a moral/prude issue. At a minimum this child has clearly been subjected to horrible verbal abuse, which is emotional abuse which is abuse.  Abuse is a big deal. is it criminal? depends.  Does this lend one to think that other abuses could be occurring? Yes. Normally you wouldn't get involved when a child cusses. This is off the scale, and DYFS should be finding out wtf is going on.

;tldr Yes it is a big deal.
 
2014-01-10 01:42:33 PM  

Maul555: Funny, when I watched that video I saw a lot more than simply a "swearing toddler"


Yep. So many people seem unable or unwilling to see past the words themselves, to see the underlying themes and values. This video is damn near an instruction manual for generational poverty and non-participation in society, for teaching their kid violent truculence that will probably keep them "on the street" for the rest of their life.
 
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