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(WCAX Vermont)   "And that's why my uncle isn't allowed to visit me OR go to the movies anymore"   ( wcax.com) divider line
    More: Sad, Crime, Monday morning police, Felony, Criminal law, lengthy criminal history, Lawrence Jacques, Misdemeanor, Uncle Larry  
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2017-04-17 09:31:03 PM  
Syntax Tyler, syntax.
 
2017-04-17 11:58:33 PM  
No one really loves the fun uncle.
 
2017-04-17 11:59:39 PM  
Fantastic pants

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2017-04-18 12:02:35 AM  
My crazy uncle was Uncle David. I remember one Thanksgiving he was taking all the all my cousins to the mud races (east Texas dirt racing in high powered trucks) but my parents wouldn't let me go. Boy did I hear a lot of 'told you so's on the way to and at the police station to pick up the cousins
 
2017-04-18 12:02:39 AM  

DOCTORD000M: Fantastic pants

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/obscure?
 
2017-04-18 12:05:40 AM  
Dang that happens more than I thought.
 
2017-04-18 12:13:21 AM  
Am I the only one annoyed that TFA doesn't identify the movie they saw?
 
2017-04-18 12:16:30 AM  
Should i have not done that?
 
2017-04-18 12:20:22 AM  
Two birds, one's stoned.
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2017-04-18 12:21:01 AM  
I got drunk and forgot i left the dog outside all night. I still beat myself up for that.

This guy is going to have a hard time staying sober carrying the weight of such horrible actions.
 
2017-04-18 12:25:31 AM  

DOCTORD000M: Fantastic pants

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They even makes the shackle belt look rakishly handsome.
 
2017-04-18 12:26:12 AM  
Dad?
 
2017-04-18 12:26:49 AM  
There wasn't a better charge than "cruelty to a child"?
 
2017-04-18 12:34:47 AM  
Look, how about rather than just putting him in jail and maybe bailing out, you put him in a drug rehab program. I seriously doubt you will compromise his life much by making him go clean, and there is the off chance he stays that way and doesn't die soon.
Yeah, he is a fark up, but at this point he isn't in control either. How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?

Funny, just had a drug convo with my wife a few hours ago, and part of it was "if you are sticking needles in your arm, you have gone to far".
Lawrence, you go to far...
 
2017-04-18 12:35:08 AM  

Krieghund: There wasn't a better charge than "cruelty to a child"?


Yeah, that bugged me too.  "Neglect", sure.  It's not like Uncle was enjoying him with BB pellets or anything.
 
2017-04-18 12:36:36 AM  

Mister Buttons: Krieghund: There wasn't a better charge than "cruelty to a child"?

Yeah, that bugged me too.  "Neglect", sure.  It's not like Uncle was enjoying him with BB pellets or anything.


Shooting*

My autocorrect on this tablet is farming weird.
 
2017-04-18 12:36:46 AM  

Percise1: How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?


He endangered a child. That puts him beyond the pail.
 
2017-04-18 12:37:42 AM  
Bet it was the new "Trainspotting" ...
 
2017-04-18 12:37:42 AM  

fusillade762: DOCTORD000M: Fantastic pants

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They even makes the shackle belt look rakishly handsome.


Rakish is tragically underused.  I'm going to bring it back into my lexicon.
 
2017-04-18 12:47:45 AM  
Should have stayed home to watch some television.

George Harrison's -- "The Pirate Song"
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2017-04-18 12:49:14 AM  

DOCTORD000M: Fantastic pants

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It's missing gold fringe.
 
2017-04-18 12:50:41 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?

He endangered a child. That puts him beyond the pail.


You mean letting him watch part of a movie alone? Not cool, but in danger? Not really...
I just see jail time as a waist of money, and would rather see that spent on rehab (not the voluntary kind).
Everyone has there own porspective... *shrug*
 
2017-04-18 12:53:44 AM  

SMOIT!: I got drunk and forgot i left the dog outside all night. I still beat myself up for that.

This guy is going to have a hard time staying sober carrying the weight of such horrible actions.


Could be worse.

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2017-04-18 12:56:16 AM  

Percise1: AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?

He endangered a child. That puts him beyond the pail.

You mean letting him watch part of a movie alone? Not cool, but in danger? Not really...
I just see jail time as a waist of money, and would rather see that spent on rehab (not the voluntary kind).
Everyone has there own porspective... *shrug*


If we were talking about an adult leaving another adult at the movie, I wouldn't disagree. But this was a child. You don't know what kind of weirdo is going to show up and molest the kid in the theater. That shiat happens every day at Crossroads Mall in Bellevue, but no one is around to catch the dude. He just picks out kids that are dropped off and there's no one there to catch him doing it.

So I don't know about other movie theaters, but if it's anything like Crossroads Mall, there's almost certainly child predators there. Leaving the kid alone is the height of child abuse (aside from the actual child sexual assault which ensues).
 
2017-04-18 12:57:02 AM  

Mister Buttons: Krieghund: There wasn't a better charge than "cruelty to a child"?

Yeah, that bugged me too.  "Neglect", sure.  It's not like Uncle was enjoying him with BB pellets or anything.


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I've got a few questions for you.
 
2017-04-18 12:58:09 AM  

Percise1: AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?

He endangered a child. That puts him beyond the pail.

You mean letting him watch part of a movie alone? Not cool, but in danger? Not really...
I just see jail time as a waist of money, and would rather see that spent on rehab (not the voluntary kind).
Everyone has there own porspective... *shrug*


I'm kind of hoping your autocorrect is worse than mine, cause that was Charles Barkley levels of turrible. :)
 
2017-04-18 01:09:37 AM  

Krieghund: There wasn't a better charge than "cruelty to a child"?


Depends on the movie.
 
2017-04-18 01:21:44 AM  

jtown: Krieghund: There wasn't a better charge than "cruelty to a child"?

Depends on the movie.


Maybe it was the Smurfs movie. That's cruelty. That should only be watched under the influence and he didn't share his H with the kid.

This uncle is such a bad example. Now this kid is never going learn how to handle his heroin responsibly.
 
2017-04-18 01:22:05 AM  
and stay out'f the woolsworth
 
2017-04-18 01:24:45 AM  

Krieghund: There wasn't a better charge than "cruelty to a child"?


Depends on the movie.
 
2017-04-18 01:27:19 AM  
I guess he's going to see my sister in a few days at the clinic for his detox in Rutland, VT lol.  She's not kind to those who leave their kids unattended.
This isn't really news in Vermont I'm sad to say, this is daily life up there.
 
2017-04-18 01:28:11 AM  

jtown: Krieghund: There wasn't a better charge than "cruelty to a child"?

Depends on the movie.


Aw, damnit.
 
2017-04-18 01:29:37 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?

He endangered a child. That puts him beyond the pail.

You mean letting him watch part of a movie alone? Not cool, but in danger? Not really...
I just see jail time as a waist of money, and would rather see that spent on rehab (not the voluntary kind).
Everyone has there own porspective... *shrug*

If we were talking about an adult leaving another adult at the movie, I wouldn't disagree. But this was a child. You don't know what kind of weirdo is going to show up and molest the kid in the theater. That shiat happens every day at Crossroads Mall in Bellevue, but no one is around to catch the dude. He just picks out kids that are dropped off and there's no one there to catch him doing it.

So I don't know about other movie theaters, but if it's anything like Crossroads Mall, there's almost certainly child predators there. Leaving the kid alone is the height of child abuse (aside from the actual child sexual assault which ensues).


Crossroads Mall is not in Bellevue.
 
2017-04-18 01:30:01 AM  

Mister Buttons: Krieghund: There wasn't a better charge than "cruelty to a child"?

Yeah, that bugged me too.  "Neglect", sure.  It's not like Uncle was enjoying him with BB pellets or anything.


Depends, what movie did he take the kid to?  Another Fast and Furious movie IS cruelty to anyone.
 
2017-04-18 01:32:19 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?

He endangered a child. That puts him beyond the pail.


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I don't see him, but I guess the pail just might be blocking my view.
 
2017-04-18 01:41:46 AM  
He may be good looking now, but that will not last long on drugs. The parents were so stupid to let him have the boy alone, at night and knowing of his prior drug use. They should have just let him take the boy to a fast food restaurant for lunch. At least he wouldn't have been alone in a dark movie theater at night. This whole family could use some help. Oh, and next time tell us what damn movie  is playing!
 
2017-04-18 01:46:24 AM  

Percise1: How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?


NO!!! IN AMERICA WE PUNISH SINNERS!!! IT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING!!!
 
2017-04-18 01:46:24 AM  
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2017-04-18 01:51:35 AM  

DOCTORD000M: Fantastic pants

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He's a victim of circus pants.
 
2017-04-18 02:09:56 AM  

TechCom: AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?

He endangered a child. That puts him beyond the pail.

You mean letting him watch part of a movie alone? Not cool, but in danger? Not really...
I just see jail time as a waist of money, and would rather see that spent on rehab (not the voluntary kind).
Everyone has there own porspective... *shrug*

If we were talking about an adult leaving another adult at the movie, I wouldn't disagree. But this was a child. You don't know what kind of weirdo is going to show up and molest the kid in the theater. That shiat happens every day at Crossroads Mall in Bellevue, but no one is around to catch the dude. He just picks out kids that are dropped off and there's no one there to catch him doing it.

So I don't know about other movie theaters, but if it's anything like Crossroads Mall, there's almost certainly child predators there. Leaving the kid alone is the height of child abuse (aside from the actual child sexual assault which ensues).

Crossroads Mall is not in Bellevue.


His story is likely BS anyway.  I worked for years at a movie theater, one that was within walking distance of many residential areas and it was quite common (especially during the summer) for kids to show up unaccompanied to watch movies, and nothing bad happened.  No one got molested, no one ended up missing.  For reference this would be the late 90's, early 2000's.

If there was a known serial predator stalking one particular movie theater, the police would have been all over that by now.
 
2017-04-18 02:10:32 AM  
It might be "cruelty" because the kid had to be seen with a dude wearing flag pants.
 
2017-04-18 02:12:57 AM  

Mister Buttons: Percise1: AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?

He endangered a child. That puts him beyond the pail.

You mean letting him watch part of a movie alone? Not cool, but in danger? Not really...
I just see jail time as a waist of money, and would rather see that spent on rehab (not the voluntary kind).
Everyone has there own porspective... *shrug*

I'm kind of hoping your autocorrect is worse than mine, cause that was Charles Barkley levels of turrible. :)


I been reading, and didn't want to say anything....but, I thought it was beyond the pale, and perspective.  Accordingly. 😉
 
2017-04-18 02:14:44 AM  

StatelyGreekAutomaton: jtown: Krieghund: There wasn't a better charge than "cruelty to a child"?

Depends on the movie.

Aw, damnit.


You gotta be quick!  Like a bunny!
 
2017-04-18 02:24:47 AM  

Percise1: I just see jail time as a waist of money,


Maybe he can get hip to the program. Of corset will will take time. I doubt he svelte remorse over his actions for a while. But who knows, maybe his feelings of guilt are what makes him feel like he's been hit below the belt, and that's why he uses.
 
2017-04-18 02:26:28 AM  
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2017-04-18 02:47:42 AM  
FTA: "fine earlier in the day"

Fine and well are basically the same thing right?
 
2017-04-18 02:49:35 AM  
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2017-04-18 02:58:03 AM  

What_Would_Jimi_Do: and stay out'f the woolsworth


I love that phrase and I use it all the time. It lends itself well to more situations than most people realize.
 
2017-04-18 03:21:34 AM  
A serious addiction can be really really hard to break. And it doesn't always stay broke.

A little time in the cooler is probably not going to hurt this guys life in a major way. But it might give him enough time to make the necessary decision to get and stay sober on his own. For himself. Court mandated sobriety is probably not enough.

He obviously knew he was going to be found sleeping in a closed theater.
 
2017-04-18 03:35:07 AM  

FuManchu7: TechCom: AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: AverageAmericanGuy: Percise1: How about trying to help him get it back? Isn't that really the point?

He endangered a child. That puts him beyond the pail.

You mean letting him watch part of a movie alone? Not cool, but in danger? Not really...
I just see jail time as a waist of money, and would rather see that spent on rehab (not the voluntary kind).
Everyone has there own porspective... *shrug*

If we were talking about an adult leaving another adult at the movie, I wouldn't disagree. But this was a child. You don't know what kind of weirdo is going to show up and molest the kid in the theater. That shiat happens every day at Crossroads Mall in Bellevue, but no one is around to catch the dude. He just picks out kids that are dropped off and there's no one there to catch him doing it.

So I don't know about other movie theaters, but if it's anything like Crossroads Mall, there's almost certainly child predators there. Leaving the kid alone is the height of child abuse (aside from the actual child sexual assault which ensues).

Crossroads Mall is not in Bellevue.

His story is likely BS anyway.  I worked for years at a movie theater, one that was within walking distance of many residential areas and it was quite common (especially during the summer) for kids to show up unaccompanied to watch movies, and nothing bad happened.  No one got molested, no one ended up missing.  For reference this would be the late 90's, early 2000's.

If there was a known serial predator stalking one particular movie theater, the police would have been all over that by now.


I kinda giggled at the 'every day' part. I am going to believe it is an act. Performance art, if you will.
 
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