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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Post by Rat Patrol » 06 Apr 2015, 5:33am

It's that wonderful time of year again! X(

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Post by Dr. Medulla » 06 Apr 2015, 6:12am

Rat Patrol wrote:It's that wonderful time of year again! X(

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... elves.html
I would have bet anything that it happened in Florida. I guess I can still be surprised.
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Post by Dr. Medulla » 12 Apr 2015, 7:55pm

http://www.vancouversun.com/news/world/ ... story.html

I have a modicum of understanding in my heart for the difficulties in caring for such a disabled child/adult and mounting frustrations that that probably generated, but, Christ, how can one pursue something so monstrous as a solution? It's one of those things that I find myself utterly incapable of rationalizing how someone ends up choosing to follow through on such an evil action. Way too many monsters among us.
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Post by Marky Dread » 12 Apr 2015, 10:43pm

Dr. Medulla wrote:http://www.vancouversun.com/news/world/ ... story.html

I have a modicum of understanding in my heart for the difficulties in caring for such a disabled child/adult and mounting frustrations that that probably generated, but, Christ, how can one pursue something so monstrous as a solution? It's one of those things that I find myself utterly incapable of rationalizing how someone ends up choosing to follow through on such an evil action. Way too many monsters among us.
A very sad story for that poor disabled person. If his own mother could leave him to die in such a monstrous way it makes me wonder how he was treated previously. Maybe the mother has lost her mind and needs help.
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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Post by 101Walterton » 12 Apr 2015, 10:51pm

Marky Dread wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:http://www.vancouversun.com/news/world/ ... story.html

I have a modicum of understanding in my heart for the difficulties in caring for such a disabled child/adult and mounting frustrations that that probably generated, but, Christ, how can one pursue something so monstrous as a solution? It's one of those things that I find myself utterly incapable of rationalizing how someone ends up choosing to follow through on such an evil action. Way too many monsters among us.
A very sad story for that poor disabled person. If his own mother could leave him to die in such a monstrous way it makes me wonder how he was treated previously. Maybe the mother has lost her mind and needs help.
“It’s only by the grace of God that he survived this. Amazing,”

If that were true then it would also be true that God put him there.

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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Post by Marky Dread » 12 Apr 2015, 11:34pm

101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:http://www.vancouversun.com/news/world/ ... story.html

I have a modicum of understanding in my heart for the difficulties in caring for such a disabled child/adult and mounting frustrations that that probably generated, but, Christ, how can one pursue something so monstrous as a solution? It's one of those things that I find myself utterly incapable of rationalizing how someone ends up choosing to follow through on such an evil action. Way too many monsters among us.
A very sad story for that poor disabled person. If his own mother could leave him to die in such a monstrous way it makes me wonder how he was treated previously. Maybe the mother has lost her mind and needs help.
“It’s only by the grace of God that he survived this. Amazing,”

If that were true then it would also be true that God put him there.
Well you would have to believe in God's existence for it to be true. I can clearly see the existence of God in others but that fucking Bible did him about as much good as the Beano.
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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Post by 101Walterton » 12 Apr 2015, 11:40pm

Marky Dread wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:http://www.vancouversun.com/news/world/ ... story.html

I have a modicum of understanding in my heart for the difficulties in caring for such a disabled child/adult and mounting frustrations that that probably generated, but, Christ, how can one pursue something so monstrous as a solution? It's one of those things that I find myself utterly incapable of rationalizing how someone ends up choosing to follow through on such an evil action. Way too many monsters among us.
A very sad story for that poor disabled person. If his own mother could leave him to die in such a monstrous way it makes me wonder how he was treated previously. Maybe the mother has lost her mind and needs help.
“It’s only by the grace of God that he survived this. Amazing,”

If that were true then it would also be true that God put him there.
Well you would have to believe in God's existence for it to be true. I can clearly see the existence of God in others but that fucking Bible did him about as much good as the Beano.
He was a quadriplegic, he couldn't turn the page.

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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Post by Marky Dread » 12 Apr 2015, 11:53pm

101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:http://www.vancouversun.com/news/world/ ... story.html

I have a modicum of understanding in my heart for the difficulties in caring for such a disabled child/adult and mounting frustrations that that probably generated, but, Christ, how can one pursue something so monstrous as a solution? It's one of those things that I find myself utterly incapable of rationalizing how someone ends up choosing to follow through on such an evil action. Way too many monsters among us.
A very sad story for that poor disabled person. If his own mother could leave him to die in such a monstrous way it makes me wonder how he was treated previously. Maybe the mother has lost her mind and needs help.
“It’s only by the grace of God that he survived this. Amazing,”

If that were true then it would also be true that God put him there.
Well you would have to believe in God's existence for it to be true. I can clearly see the existence of God in others but that fucking Bible did him about as much good as the Beano.
He was a quadriplegic, he couldn't turn the page.
It's OK she's happy now! :rolleyes: :angry:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... tives.html
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Post by tepista » 13 Apr 2015, 1:02pm

Marky Dread wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote: A very sad story for that poor disabled person. If his own mother could leave him to die in such a monstrous way it makes me wonder how he was treated previously. Maybe the mother has lost her mind and needs help.
“It’s only by the grace of God that he survived this. Amazing,”

If that were true then it would also be true that God put him there.
Well you would have to believe in God's existence for it to be true. I can clearly see the existence of God in others but that fucking Bible did him about as much good as the Beano.
He was a quadriplegic, he couldn't turn the page.


It's OK she's happy now! :rolleyes: :angry:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... tives.html
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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Post by 101Walterton » 13 Apr 2015, 4:19pm

Marky Dread wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:http://www.vancouversun.com/news/world/ ... story.html

I have a modicum of understanding in my heart for the difficulties in caring for such a disabled child/adult and mounting frustrations that that probably generated, but, Christ, how can one pursue something so monstrous as a solution? It's one of those things that I find myself utterly incapable of rationalizing how someone ends up choosing to follow through on such an evil action. Way too many monsters among us.
A very sad story for that poor disabled person. If his own mother could leave him to die in such a monstrous way it makes me wonder how he was treated previously. Maybe the mother has lost her mind and needs help.
“It’s only by the grace of God that he survived this. Amazing,”

If that were true then it would also be true that God put him there.
Well you would have to believe in God's existence for it to be true. I can clearly see the existence of God in others but that fucking Bible did him about as much good as the Beano.
I tell you what would be better use of God's time, if he just cured him then he could have walked home instead of having to go through that torture.

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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Post by Marky Dread » 13 Apr 2015, 4:41pm

101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:http://www.vancouversun.com/news/world/ ... story.html

I have a modicum of understanding in my heart for the difficulties in caring for such a disabled child/adult and mounting frustrations that that probably generated, but, Christ, how can one pursue something so monstrous as a solution? It's one of those things that I find myself utterly incapable of rationalizing how someone ends up choosing to follow through on such an evil action. Way too many monsters among us.
A very sad story for that poor disabled person. If his own mother could leave him to die in such a monstrous way it makes me wonder how he was treated previously. Maybe the mother has lost her mind and needs help.
“It’s only by the grace of God that he survived this. Amazing,”

If that were true then it would also be true that God put him there.
Well you would have to believe in God's existence for it to be true. I can clearly see the existence of God in others but that fucking Bible did him about as much good as the Beano.
I tell you what would be better use of God's time, if he just cured him then he could have walked home instead of having to go through that torture.
That would be a selfish God. Just don't invent the disease in the first place, creator of all.
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Post by 101Walterton » 13 Apr 2015, 5:48pm

Marky Dread wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote: A very sad story for that poor disabled person. If his own mother could leave him to die in such a monstrous way it makes me wonder how he was treated previously. Maybe the mother has lost her mind and needs help.
“It’s only by the grace of God that he survived this. Amazing,”

If that were true then it would also be true that God put him there.
Well you would have to believe in God's existence for it to be true. I can clearly see the existence of God in others but that fucking Bible did him about as much good as the Beano.
I tell you what would be better use of God's time, if he just cured him then he could have walked home instead of having to go through that torture.
That would be a selfish God. Just don't invent the disease in the first place, creator of all.
Have you been listening to Stephen Fry?

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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Post by Dr. Medulla » 16 Apr 2015, 7:56am

http://gawker.com/horny-mom-threw-teen- ... 1697948520

So how long does it take for Larry Flynt to offer this mother of the year a video deal?
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Post by tepista » 16 Apr 2015, 12:18pm

Dr. Medulla wrote:http://gawker.com/horny-mom-threw-teen- ... 1697948520

So how long does it take for Larry Flynt to offer this mother of the year a video deal?
Imagine being a dude who decided not to go to that party. "Britney's a bitch and her mom's gonna be there. I'm gonna play video games."
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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Post by Wolter » 16 Apr 2015, 12:24pm

tepista wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:http://gawker.com/horny-mom-threw-teen- ... 1697948520

So how long does it take for Larry Flynt to offer this mother of the year a video deal?
Imagine being a dude who decided not to go to that party. "Britney's a bitch and her mom's gonna be there. I'm gonna play video games."
That totally would have been me. For every insane thing that happened to me at a party, there were at least 5 that I missed because they sounded lame.
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