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2014-04-26 11:51:28 PM  
What a jerk.
 
2014-04-27 12:05:09 AM  
Nobody was using that duck. I saw we call ALEC Alex Jones and get a couple thousand militia to fight for this woman.
 
2014-04-27 12:06:36 AM  
www.david-tennant-news.com

Approves.
 
2014-04-27 12:23:31 AM  
Douchetastic.
 
2014-04-27 01:08:13 AM  
alley property, biatch
 
2014-04-27 01:24:40 AM  
I don't understand leaving a stuffed animal at a grave.  It's not like the child is going to play with it.  It'll sit there for a few days and then a groundskeeper will throw it away. That's what happens to all the kitch left at graves.  Someone comes by and throws it all away.

Sure it's a douchey thing to do without asking, but it's not horrible.
 
2014-04-27 01:58:46 AM  
Stealing from a kid's grave? No matter what it is I find it sick people do these types of things.
 
2014-04-27 03:14:40 AM  
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2014-04-27 04:21:46 AM  
Wanna bet she pronounces her name as Sha-de?
 
2014-04-27 04:24:57 AM  
She said she took the duck to protect it from a dog.

I wonder if the surveillance video shows any evidence of a dog
 
2014-04-27 04:40:21 AM  

Ambivalence: I don't understand leaving a stuffed animal at a grave.  It's not like the child is going to play with it.  It'll sit there for a few days and then a groundskeeper will throw it away. That's what happens to all the kitch left at graves.  Someone comes by and throws it all away.



It's cute that you think that, and if it helps you sleep at night, then keep on believing it. But I know the truth, man. I've been  there.
Three days after burial, at 3 in the morning, you can hear a rustling sound from underground. The little white zombie hands break out of the ground and grope around for the toy that belongs to them. It's no longer a toy of our world; it's a toy of the other world. The hands drag the stuffed animal back down to the coffin where it remains forever.
Well, that's what my big brother told me when I was five. The bastard.
 
2014-04-27 04:47:07 AM  

Ambivalence: I don't understand leaving a stuffed animal at a grave.  It's not like the child is going to play with it.  It'll sit there for a few days and then a groundskeeper will throw it away. That's what happens to all the kitch left at graves.  Someone comes by and throws it all away.

Sure it's a douchey thing to do without asking, but it's not horrible.


I certainly think Sha-day should be prosecuted. But the lady going twice a week (100 visits a year)...and being shocked that there is theft....well, this is FARK, so who am I to judge.
 
2014-04-27 04:47:36 AM  

Ambivalence: I don't understand leaving a stuffed animal at a grave.  It's not like the child is going to play with it.  It'll sit there for a few days and then a groundskeeper will throw it away. That's what happens to all the kitch left at graves.  Someone comes by and throws it all away.

Sure it's a douchey thing to do without asking, but it's not horrible.


Same reason grave desecration is a crime. It's all for the living, of course.  The (brain) dead are gone and interactive than a piece of chicken eaten at lunch or the vegetables in a salad.  Mementos of the dead are left for the memory that exists in the living and possibly the fancy that the deceased finds some pleasure in them in another existence/plane.
 
2014-04-27 05:01:51 AM  

Maggie_Luna: Ambivalence: I don't understand leaving a stuffed animal at a grave.  It's not like the child is going to play with it.  It'll sit there for a few days and then a groundskeeper will throw it away. That's what happens to all the kitch left at graves.  Someone comes by and throws it all away.

Sure it's a douchey thing to do without asking, but it's not horrible.

Same reason grave desecration is a crime. It's all for the living, of course.  The (brain) dead are gone and interactive than a piece of chicken eaten at lunch or the vegetables in a salad.  Mementos of the dead are left for the memory that exists in the living and possibly the fancy that the deceased finds some pleasure in them in another existence/plane.


Maggie_Luna: Ambivalence: I don't understand leaving a stuffed animal at a grave.  It's not like the child is going to play with it.  It'll sit there for a few days and then a groundskeeper will throw it away. That's what happens to all the kitch left at graves.  Someone comes by and throws it all away.

Sure it's a douchey thing to do without asking, but it's not horrible.

Same reason grave desecration is a crime. It's all for the living, of course.  The (brain) dead are gone and interactive than a piece of chicken eaten at lunch or the vegetables in a salad.  Mementos of the dead are left for the memory that exists in the living and possibly the fancy that the deceased finds some pleasure in them in another existence/plane.


Yeah...would you do it?
 
2014-04-27 05:22:46 AM  
What's the big deal? Isn't all that stuff end up in the trash or some ground keeper's pocket anyway?
 
2014-04-27 05:34:56 AM  

thisisarepeat: Maggie_Luna: Ambivalence: I don't understand leaving a stuffed animal at a grave.  It's not like the child is going to play with it.  It'll sit there for a few days and then a groundskeeper will throw it away. That's what happens to all the kitch left at graves.  Someone comes by and throws it all away.

Sure it's a douchey thing to do without asking, but it's not horrible.

Same reason grave desecration is a crime. It's all for the living, of course.  The (brain) dead are gone and interactive than a piece of chicken eaten at lunch or the vegetables in a salad.  Mementos of the dead are left for the memory that exists in the living and possibly the fancy that the deceased finds some pleasure in them in another existence/plane.

Maggie_Luna: Ambivalence: I don't understand leaving a stuffed animal at a grave.  It's not like the child is going to play with it.  It'll sit there for a few days and then a groundskeeper will throw it away. That's what happens to all the kitch left at graves.  Someone comes by and throws it all away.

Sure it's a douchey thing to do without asking, but it's not horrible.

Same reason grave desecration is a crime. It's all for the living, of course.  The (brain) dead are gone and interactive than a piece of chicken eaten at lunch or the vegetables in a salad.  Mementos of the dead are left for the memory that exists in the living and possibly the fancy that the deceased finds some pleasure in them in another existence/plane.

Yeah...would you do it?


What are you asking? Who are you asking?
 
2014-04-27 05:38:13 AM  
She may be Shade-y, but she sure ain't Slim.
 
2014-04-27 05:40:28 AM  

pippi longstocking: What's the big deal? Isn't all that stuff end up in the trash or some ground keeper's pocket anyway?


EVERYTHING ends up in the trash eventually. That doesn't mean you can take it now.
 
2014-04-27 05:42:01 AM  

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2014-04-27 05:52:08 AM  

pippi longstocking: What's the big deal? Isn't all that stuff end up in the trash or some ground keeper's pocket anyway?


You hush! Angelsis takin' them flowers and toys up to Heaven when no one ain't lookin', I tell ya!
 
2014-04-27 06:15:34 AM  

Ambivalence: I don't understand leaving a stuffed animal at a grave.  It's not like the child is going to play with it.  It'll sit there for a few days and then a groundskeeper will throw it away. That's what happens to all the kitch left at graves.  Someone comes by and throws it all away.

Sure it's a douchey thing to do without asking, but it's not horrible.


Is imagine people do it to make a tangible connection with the deceased. There aren't many other options available, and it's probably part of the grieving process. It doesn't have to make sense to you, it's for the benefit of the grieving.
 
2014-04-27 06:16:22 AM  

Lenny_da_Hog: pippi longstocking: What's the big deal? Isn't all that stuff end up in the trash or some ground keeper's pocket anyway?

You hush! Angelsis takin' them flowers and toys up to Heaven when no one ain't lookin', I tell ya!


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2014-04-27 06:17:06 AM  

21-7-b: alley property, biatch


Had I been drinking something it would have been spat all over my computer.
Farkin beautiful.
 
2014-04-27 06:17:08 AM  
Is that a graveyard? It doesn't look very crowded. Or are people allowed to be buried just about anywhere?
 
2014-04-27 06:53:37 AM  
Now if someone sets that surveillance video to some tuba music and it goes viral, that would be a nice punishment.
 
2014-04-27 07:28:48 AM  
And they say public shaming isn't effective.
 
2014-04-27 07:29:26 AM  

drxym: Is that a graveyard? It doesn't look very crowded. Or are people allowed to be buried just about anywhere?


If it is like the cemetery my wife has relatives, they have a section just for babies, and all the markers are just the flat stones that can be passed over by the mower like the one in the story.  You really don't see them, until you are almost on top of them.  She really shouldn't keep leaving stuff out there like that, a lot of cemeteries have rules against it.  Especially large cemeteries where that would be a big issue if they have to keep stopping a lot to move stuff while mowing.  There is one not far from me that has a rule about bring your own shepherds hook to hang flowers.

He was 1/3 of triplets, he is gone of natural causes, accept it and move on.  The other 2/3 of the triplets still need your full attention, woman.
 
2014-04-27 08:35:03 AM  
Too many ads to wade through.
 
2014-04-27 08:36:47 AM  
Another mindless douche who needs needs to be strapped down and given a nice Ikejime ass end first, along with that lady who's suing the family of the kid she killed with her car.
 
2014-04-27 08:39:21 AM  
I'm surprised nobody has attacked her lawyer for this statement:

Charles Robinson, Shade's attorney, said that "We all have sympathy for a child who has expired. We know how hard that is, and we sympathize with that."

Pretty callous.
 
2014-04-27 08:44:33 AM  

lack of warmth: He was 1/3 of triplets, he is gone of natural causes, accept it and move on.  The other 2/3 of the triplets still need your full attention, woman.


This comment makes your handle win the award of "most apt."
Someday you will face a terrible loss, and I promise you, your attitude will be different.
 
2014-04-27 08:52:41 AM  
If you sit and pretend long enough that the dead child is really alive and crying because the duck was taken from it then you can work up some real pretend outrage.
 
2014-04-27 09:08:04 AM  
That kid's gonna git her. I seen it in a movie.
 
2014-04-27 09:15:07 AM  
So she writes bad checks, gets evicted and steals from grave yards. Sounds like a real winner. Wonder how she spends her welfare checks? I'm guessing booze and junk food. Since she's too fat to be a junky.
 
2014-04-27 09:51:09 AM  
Dead people are dead.  It was a crappy low budget toy, donate it to Toys for Tots instead of littering and letting it decompose a bit before getting thrown out.  You know, so a living child can appreciate it.

/I on the other hand want to be buried with all my retainers, treasure and food, to ease the passage into the afterlife.
 
2014-04-27 10:15:50 AM  

lack of warmth: drxym: Is that a graveyard? It doesn't look very crowded. Or are people allowed to be buried just about anywhere?

If it is like the cemetery my wife has relatives, they have a section just for babies, and all the markers are just the flat stones that can be passed over by the mower like the one in the story.  You really don't see them, until you are almost on top of them.  She really shouldn't keep leaving stuff out there like that, a lot of cemeteries have rules against it.  Especially large cemeteries where that would be a big issue if they have to keep stopping a lot to move stuff while mowing.  There is one not far from me that has a rule about bring your own shepherds hook to hang flowers.

He was 1/3 of triplets, he is gone of natural causes, accept it and move on.  The other 2/3 of the triplets still need your full attention, woman.


That right there is what I'd expect from some dimwit with zero life. Who the freak are you?
 
2014-04-27 10:26:22 AM  
FTFA: Scott Sheridan, the father of the child buried at Mansfield Memorial, said that many mementos, including solar lights, flowers, wreaths and other toys, have been stolen from his son's grave over the years, prompting police in Ontario to set up their surveillance video system. Police felt that Hayden's grave was specifically targeted by thieves - as other graves in the immediate area have been left undisturbed.

Were the other graves similarly littered with "...lights, flowers, wreaths and other toys?" If you want your child's grave to be left alone, maybe you should stop stocking it with valuable items that attract thieves. Even Ontario police have better things to do than set up video surveillance in a cemetery to watch your miscellaneous merchandise get rained on.
 
2014-04-27 11:48:26 AM  
I don't get the idea of spending all that money on stuff for a dead anyone.  Baby or not, they're dead.

I would never take anything off a grave, just because that's slimy...  but really, all this over stuff that's gonna get thrown away anyway?

Are they going to charge and prosecute the groundskeepers for throwing it away after it's dirty and sun rotten?
 
2014-04-27 12:31:02 PM  
She needs to go be fat somewhere else .. like prison ..
 
2014-04-27 01:05:31 PM  
His nickname was TAINT?

I hope she said "Tank"...
 
2014-04-27 01:23:26 PM  
Some kid is going to have the best "Rotten Mom" stories.  "Mom used to take me to the cemetery and steal toys from children's graves".
 
2014-04-27 01:35:22 PM  

Devolving_Spud: His nickname was TAINT?

I hope she said "Tank"...


She did.
 
2014-04-27 06:12:55 PM  
Well, it is certainly douchy to steal a teddy bear from a child's grave, but is it a realistic expectation for it not to happen when you put something of value out there in broad daylight?  And is it reasonable to have the police put up and  monitor a surveillance system for this one grave?  And if it is successful, a pile of junk develops.  Sure the teddy bear is still cute now, but how about after a year being exposed to the elements?  Maybe they should find another way to honor the memory of their child.
 
2014-04-27 06:44:17 PM  

drxym: Is that a graveyard? It doesn't look very crowded. Or are people allowed to be buried just about anywhere?


I have an uncle buried there. It's almost exclusively ground level markers.
 
2014-04-28 07:58:19 AM  
At the cemeteries where I grew up, there was a small but thriving cottage industry that involved people stealing floral arrangements from grave sites and then selling them in roadside stands.  They'd wait for a grieving family to leave, snap up the flowers, and toodle off to their stands where they'd either disassemble the arrangement or sell it as-is, depending on its condition when swiped.  People driving in to the cemeteries could stop, buy what they thought were new flowers, and place them on the graves, only to be swiped again after they left.
 
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