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(Denver Channel)   I said, WOMAN KICKED OUT OF BRAD PAISLEY CONCERT FOR BREASTFEEDING BABY (w/video)   (thedenverchannel.com ) divider line 119
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2014-07-11 09:06:34 PM  
What a dumb biatch to be in the pit with a small baby. You don't bring a baby to a concert. She is an asshole.
 
2014-07-11 09:08:54 PM  

Deedeemarz: What a dumb biatch to be in the pit with a small baby. You don't bring a baby to a concert. She is an asshole.


Most definitely.  You don't bring a baby to a place like that.
 
2014-07-11 09:13:50 PM  
That baby wasn't the only thing at the concert that sucked.
 
2014-07-11 09:29:09 PM  

Deedeemarz: What a dumb biatch to be in the pit with a small baby. You don't bring a baby to a concert. She is an asshole.


this
 
2014-07-11 09:41:20 PM  

optikeye: That baby wasn't the only thing at the concert that sucked.

 
2014-07-11 11:44:34 PM  

BizarreMan: Deedeemarz: What a dumb biatch to be in the pit with a small baby. You don't bring a baby to a concert. She is an asshole.

Most definitely.  You don't bring a baby to a place like that.


Idiots like that usually don't breastfeed so she's an obvious AW.
 
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2014-07-12 12:17:58 AM  
Brad Paisley tears it up.  He's a rocker in boots and a hat.

This lady should be fearing a visit from CPS.
 
2014-07-12 12:29:05 AM  
Brad Whatley?
 
2014-07-12 01:25:48 AM  
Does this Brad Paesley not like girls?
 
2014-07-12 01:26:48 AM  
Yeah, farking arseholes wouldn't let me take my 3 mo. old skydiving either!

The gall! The outrage! The stupidity of the mother! It all nibbles at my mind like 10,000 of Al's rabid weasels.
 
2014-07-12 01:27:50 AM  
I think I need ti see the breast in question before I pass judgement on this situation
 
2014-07-12 01:28:15 AM  
What a dumb self righteous biatch
 
2014-07-12 01:31:23 AM  
A first concert usually leaves ears ringing for a few days.  How much damage can that cause to a babies ear and how much would they cry until the ringing stopped?  I've been to hundreds of professional sized small to arena shows, who knows how many normal/small/bar shows, played in bands and I didn't let my oldest get anywhere near a show until he was a tween.  Seriously, hire a baby sitter or leave the kid with family.
 
2014-07-12 01:36:03 AM  
HE SAID, A WOMAN WAS  BREASTFEEDING BRAD PAISLEY AT THE CONCERT. WHAT A FREAK. PASS IT ON.
 
2014-07-12 01:38:14 AM  
DNRTFA but was the baby at least wearing the baby earmuffs they make?
 
2014-07-12 01:40:06 AM  
Lead with "Navy wife". Then mention breastfeeding. Manufacture the outrage before anyone with half a brain stops to ask what this selfish coont was doing at a concert with a baby.
 
2014-07-12 01:40:28 AM  
I see they made sure it was known she's a military wife. Gotta fuel the butthurt poutrage.
 
2014-07-12 01:48:09 AM  

almandot: DNRTFA but was the baby at least wearing the baby earmuffs they make?


Maybe she uses natural baby earmuffs also known as inverse baby motorboat.
 
2014-07-12 01:50:41 AM  
If she's bringing her child to a goddamn concert, she deserves to have the DHS inspecting her ass with an electron microscope for the next year. Why the fark would she do that to her child's ears? I will state, with no other evidence to back it up, but with complete confidence, that she is a terrible parent.
 
2014-07-12 01:53:44 AM  
You would thimk as a "civilized" society, a person might actually bebothered to "think" of whatacceptable behavior is.
Now I know many say, we have become less civilized, albeit "feral", but just because you can do something doesn't make it right.Sure, some skank trying to "express" her rights, as a whole dosn't have the right to make others uncomfortable in the process.
I'm inclined to place the child in protective custody, thereby sending a message.
She claims precedent allows her behavior. I'd say she was lucky the "security"  didn't do their job properly previously. Well, you get what you get when you make tickets somewhat less expensive, more than likely you'll have to deal with more riff-raff.
As my wife and I get older, we don't go out as much, especially when some venues advertise really low prices. When you get to be our age, it makes sense to have higher ticket prices, so patrons, to a certain extent, can be "insulated" from such issues.
There are those that will claim otherwise, yet my experience has shown the more expensive tickets tend to, at least infer there's a lesser chance of this bullshiat.
/Psst. The 80's are over. Straighten up.
 
2014-07-12 02:00:29 AM  
She was NOT "kicked out" of the concert.  She was given a choice - move to a safer place for the baby or leave.  She chose to leave ;)
 
2014-07-12 02:02:21 AM  
I breast feed our baby. Still deny her right to attend a concert at 8 months old.

But hey maybe I am crazy.
 
2014-07-12 02:02:24 AM  
I worked in retail for a decade and a half, and I always managed to find somewhere sanitary and private for women to breastfeed, because it's a natural thing and most moms won't want an audience. Gotta say, though, bringing an infant still on the tit to a rowdy concert atmosphere? That's probably a good sign that you shouldn't have had a child in the first place.
 
2014-07-12 02:03:15 AM  
I feel so sorry for this kid.
 
2014-07-12 02:06:28 AM  
Cue lawsuit by Sanctimommy in 3..2.. 1..

This baby's gonna grow up to be a special Sneauxflayke, unless someone steps in.

/glad someone stopped this before hearing damage
 
2014-07-12 02:09:31 AM  

almandot: DNRTFA but was the baby at least wearing the baby earmuffs they make?


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2014-07-12 02:12:54 AM  
I read that as WOMAN KNOCKED OUT BRAD PAISLEY FOR BREASFEEDING HER BABY.

I was like awesome concert then.
 
2014-07-12 02:16:05 AM  

lostcat: I feel so sorry for this kid.


Why? Kid's just gonna be another military brat who don't listen to nobody.
 
2014-07-12 02:18:38 AM  
while i feel a mother breast feeding her child is a beautiful thing, there is a proper place and time for it. and a concert( no matter what type of music) is not the place nor the time.
 
2014-07-12 02:22:15 AM  
I got home from a Steve Miller/Journey concert about an hour ago.  There was a woman sitting a few rows from us with a small infant and I thought to myself "what kind of a dumbfark would bring a baby to a concert"?  Apparently there is more than one.
 
2014-07-12 02:23:23 AM  
What kind of atrocity is this when a Fark headline spells baby with only two bs!?

Now I need a vodak.
 
2014-07-12 02:23:34 AM  
WHAT? NO, WHAT??? OH, NICE RACK!
 
2014-07-12 02:24:10 AM  

grimlock1972: while i feel a mother breast feeding her child is a beautiful thing, there is a proper place and time for it. and a concert( no matter what type of music) is not the place nor the time.


www.feelnumb.com
 
2014-07-12 02:24:50 AM  

dolphkhan: I worked in retail for a decade and a half, and I always managed to find somewhere sanitary and private for women to breastfeed, because it's a natural thing and most moms won't want an audience. Gotta say, though, bringing an infant still on the tit to a rowdy concert atmosphere? That's probably a good sign that you shouldn't have had a child in the first place.


I agree with you there.

I was in retail for many years too. Now being a mom it surprises me the places people will take their babies.

Once went with the husband to see a tour of Phantom of the Opera while our daughter was a few months old. Was surprised that our local large theater let a lot of infants in. The lowest amount you could pay per ticket was hundred. Needless to say we were unhappy to spend our night sitting in the same row as babies.

I have nothing against kids, but there are certain events I expect you as a parent to not only have the common sense to find a babysitter but respect everybody else by doing so. My husband and I actually try to find activities where other kids might not be present. It's rare for us now. If I can find a babysitter so can you. If it's a place that common sense tells you a kid shouldn't be... Then don't take them.
 
2014-07-12 02:34:21 AM  
Tinnitus...a noise induced hearing loss. Thanks mom.
 
2014-07-12 02:38:15 AM  
Brad Paisley concerts have a "pit"? Do they just slap each other on the ass and line dance?
 
2014-07-12 02:39:17 AM  

starsrift: lostcat: I feel so sorry for this kid.

Why? Kid's just gonna be another military brat who don't  can't listen to nobody.


ftfy ;)
 
2014-07-12 02:41:13 AM  

grimlock1972: while i feel a mother breast feeding her child is a beautiful thing, there is a proper place and time for it. and a concert( no matter what type of music) is not the place nor the time.


You do realize that infants don't have a Snooze button when they're hungry, right?

I mean, she shouldn't have brought the kid to the concert, but once it's hungry, it's gotta eat, regardless of the time or place.
 
2014-07-12 02:43:58 AM  
A.) Dumb as shiat for taking small baby to concert with such loudness (altho we do not know if the child's ears were protected with a WIDE range of products, I still think it is rather risky)...
B.) 1,000 times as farking stupid to wait for her to take in part of the concert THEN, as soon as she starts breastfeeding, take an invasive photo, then break the law to throw her out... not sure, but that photo may have broken some laws, too.

They can say whatever they want, but if they allowed her to stay for 10, 20, 30 minutes and only tossed her out as soon as she started breastfeeding.. THEY broke the law, no matter how wrong she was.  And, I can only wonder if people started running up and taking photos of women's tits while breastfeeding across the nation, just how many warrants for their arrest would be filed in under 3.26 seconds?!?

She will most likely get a visit from CPS, but she will even more likely be filing a lawsuit for various, concrete reasons and most likely win, at least something/ a percentage/settlement... Police will naturally be justified in the breaking of the law for over 300,000 reasons and celebrate by beating a child with cerebral palsy to death in front of a children's bible camp, then sell his battery powered wheelchair for drug money.
Security that took the breastfeeding photo.. probably won't have any protection and might wind up with a sore ass.

/I did some searching about taking a photo of someone else breastfeeding before hitting post; without consent and just too many results of shiat.... DID find this where people had some photos of THEIR own family and got in deep shiat for having the photos developed; classified as child porn, basically and lost their kids for a while. So, security man might wind up in jail if woman wanted to push it!!!!! (too much spam about other junk to search anymore)
In 2003, Jacqueline Mercado temporarily lost custody of her two young children after she was reported to Child Protective Services in Richardson, Texas, by an Eckerd drugstore clerk who had processed photographs taken of Mercado breastfeeding her son, then one year old. Mercado and the children's father, both natives of Peru, were arrested and charged with "sexual performance of a child," a felony for which they could have served 20 years in prison.1o It took six months for the local district attorney to drop the charges and for the couple to regain custody of their children.
 
2014-07-12 02:53:06 AM  

Mikey1969: she shouldn't have brought the kid to the concert


Agreed.

Mikey1969: infants don't have a Snooze button when they're hungry


Also agreed, hence the first Agreed.
Sometimes parents gots to make sacrifices. Stay home or get a sitter who knows how to warm up your bottled boobie juice, don't subject your infant to 110 decibels of awesome until they're ready for it.
 
2014-07-12 02:58:41 AM  

Mikey1969: grimlock1972: while i feel a mother breast feeding her child is a beautiful thing, there is a proper place and time for it. and a concert( no matter what type of music) is not the place nor the time.

You do realize that infants don't have a Snooze button when they're hungry, right?

I mean, she shouldn't have brought the kid to the concert, but once it's hungry, it's gotta eat, regardless of the time or place.


I do and a concert not being a place for an infant was exactly my point.
 
2014-07-12 03:11:22 AM  

Mikey1969: Brad Paisley concerts have a "pit"? Do they just slap each other on the ass and line dance?


I have no clue who this Paisley dude is and I am counting on you Fark to fill me in.

/not disappoint
 
2014-07-12 03:14:51 AM  

almandot: DNRTFA but was the baby at least wearing the baby earmuffs they make?


Well, not at that point...

You can suck on them, or you can wear them as earmuffs.

But you can't do both at once.
 
2014-07-12 03:16:52 AM  

susansto-helit: If she's bringing her child to a goddamn concert, she deserves to have the DHS inspecting her ass with an electron microscope for the next year. Why the fark would she do that to her child's ears? I will state, with no other evidence to back it up, but with complete confidence, that she is a terrible parent.


You don't need any other evidence. That alone is enough. That behaviour was criminal, and the admission to taking her baby in the pit at other concerts should be enough to have the kid placed with someone sane.
 
2014-07-12 03:20:21 AM  

TheMega: A.) Dumb as shiat for taking small baby to concert with such loudness (altho we do not know if the child's ears were protected with a WIDE range of products, I still think it is rather risky)...
B.) 1,000 times as farking stupid to wait for her to take in part of the concert THEN, as soon as she starts breastfeeding, take an invasive photo, then break the law to throw her out... not sure, but that photo may have broken some laws, too.

They can say whatever they want, but if they allowed her to stay for 10, 20, 30 minutes and only tossed her out as soon as she started breastfeeding.. THEY broke the law, no matter how wrong she was.  And, I can only wonder if people started running up and taking photos of women's tits while breastfeeding across the nation, just how many warrants for their arrest would be filed in under 3.26 seconds?!?

She will most likely get a visit from CPS, but she will even more likely be filing a lawsuit for various, concrete reasons and most likely win, at least something/ a percentage/settlement... Police will naturally be justified in the breaking of the law for over 300,000 reasons and celebrate by beating a child with cerebral palsy to death in front of a children's bible camp, then sell his battery powered wheelchair for drug money.
Security that took the breastfeeding photo.. probably won't have any protection and might wind up with a sore ass.

/I did some searching about taking a photo of someone else breastfeeding before hitting post; without consent and just too many results of shiat.... DID find this where people had some photos of THEIR own family and got in deep shiat for having the photos developed; classified as child porn, basically and lost their kids for a while. So, security man might wind up in jail if woman wanted to push it!!!!! (too much spam about other junk to search anymore)
In 2003, Jacqueline Mercado temporarily lost custody of her two young children after she was reported to Child Protective Services in Richardson, Texas, by an Eckerd drugstore clerk who had processed photographs taken of Mercado breastfeeding her son, then one year old. Mercado and the children's father, both natives of Peru, were arrested and charged with "sexual performance of a child," a felony for which they could have served 20 years in prison.1o It took six months for the local district attorney to drop the charges and for the couple to regain custody of their children.


They offered her a safe alternative. She chose to not take it. Fark her. She sounds like a brat use to getting what ever she wants.
 
2014-07-12 03:30:28 AM  

TheMega: Security that took the breastfeeding photo.. probably won't have any protection and might wind up with a sore ass.


 You state several times that you think the photo is illegal for some reason. In the U.S, -no- picture taken in public is illegal. If its taken of you in public, then its your problem for doing it there. No permission needed for the photo either. Putting yourself in public view implies permission.
 The legal definition is "reasonable expectation of privacy". A picture doesn't become illegal until someone has to violate an expectation of privacy to do it, like peeping into a residences window, or over a fence into a back yard. Sorry, but in the middle of a crowded concert is kind of the opposite of expectation of privacy. If you don't want pics of you nude, drunk, breastfeeding, puking, whatever, then don't do it in a public space.

/still a douche move by the bouncer, just not an illegal one.
 
2014-07-12 03:55:54 AM  

spoontasic: dolphkhan: I worked in retail for a decade and a half, and I always managed to find somewhere sanitary and private for women to breastfeed, because it's a natural thing and most moms won't want an audience. Gotta say, though, bringing an infant still on the tit to a rowdy concert atmosphere? That's probably a good sign that you shouldn't have had a child in the first place.

I agree with you there.

I was in retail for many years too. Now being a mom it surprises me the places people will take their babies.

Once went with the husband to see a tour of Phantom of the Opera while our daughter was a few months old. Was surprised that our local large theater let a lot of infants in. The lowest amount you could pay per ticket was hundred. Needless to say we were unhappy to spend our night sitting in the same row as babies.

I have nothing against kids, but there are certain events I expect you as a parent to not only have the common sense to find a babysitter but respect everybody else by doing so. My husband and I actually try to find activities where other kids might not be present. It's rare for us now. If I can find a babysitter so can you. If it's a place that common sense tells you a kid shouldn't be... Then don't take them.


Did you catch an early show?  IE: before dark?  Because I had the same problem going to the nutcracker and the phantom.  Found out a little late that the afternoon shows are almost always "filled in" with school kids that got a big discount on the tickets.  In the case of the nutcracker I paid a couple hundred bucks to listen to a room full of 3-8 year olds.  Not amused.  We had box seats for the phantom, so it wasn't an issue.

I have tickets to take my wife to the phantom again this year.  At 9pm.  I was assured most enthusiastically that there would be no children present.  I have my doubts.

We live in an age where the current generation of parents are self entitled twits.  I can't hardly go to a restaurant without wading through a sea of unruly children.  I've given up entirely on the theater.
 
2014-07-12 04:02:35 AM  
I was at that concert,  The idiot security guard threw out the best musician who was going to play the waa waa.  farking a$holes.
 
2014-07-12 04:07:12 AM  

Ivan the Tolerable: TheMega: Security that took the breastfeeding photo.. probably won't have any protection and might wind up with a sore ass.

 You state several times that you think the photo is illegal for some reason. In the U.S, -no- picture taken in public is illegal. If its taken of you in public, then its your problem for doing it there. No permission needed for the photo either. Putting yourself in public view implies permission.
 The legal definition is "reasonable expectation of privacy". A picture doesn't become illegal until someone has to violate an expectation of privacy to do it, like peeping into a residences window, or over a fence into a back yard. Sorry, but in the middle of a crowded concert is kind of the opposite of expectation of privacy. If you don't want pics of you nude, drunk, breastfeeding, puking, whatever, then don't do it in a public space.

/still a douche move by the bouncer, just not an illegal one.


Take a few snaps of a naked or semi-naked youngster in public (changing swimsuit, diaper, whatever)  next time you are at the pool and get back to me on the public legality thing. Be sure to include your federal prison ID and cell number.
 
2014-07-12 04:09:32 AM  

BizarreMan: Deedeemarz: What a dumb biatch to be in the pit with a small baby. You don't bring a baby to a concert. She is an asshole.

Most definitely.  You don't bring a baby to a place like that.


Unless the baby intends to crowd surf.
 
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