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Author: toni

~ 12/18/09


The details of this story are soooo bizarre that they almost make you laugh… if it wasn’t so sad.

A 4 year old-Tennessee boy broke through a child safety knob, got out of his grandparent’s house in the middle of the night. And while drinking a beer he got from home, broke into a neighbor’s house (through an unlocked door) stole five Christmas presents. One was a girl’s dress, which he put on.

Police found him wandering the streets, wearing the dress and with a beer can in hand.

His 21 year-old mother (yes, that means she was 17 when she had him) says he was purposely trying to get into trouble so he could go to jail to be with his father. Yes, that’s right. His dad is in prison. What a surprise.

Then the mother proceeds to say:

“Kids do things like this. It’s out of your control. You can only do your best as a mother.”

I don’t know about you, but I don’t know too many 4 year-olds to whom it would occur to commit such crimes. And I LOVE how she says it’s out of her control. I guess it was out of her control to use birth control too.

She should take some freaking responsibility! Oh, but I forgot. No one’s responsible for anything anymore. It’s always someone else’s fault.

This poor kid seems doomed to me. Now this is a mom who SHOULD FEEL GUILTY.

(NOTE to my friend J: Sneaking a peek at a present doesn’t seem like such a CRIME after watching this video, does it?)

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  1. Just think what the future holds when children like this become adults. The experiment known as the USA seems to be rapidly drawing to a close. Will it be when idiots and kleptocrats take over the government? Oh, wait, that’s already happened! Will it be when we lose our manufacturing base? Oh, wait, that’s already happened! Will it be when the economy is controlled by the top 5%, and their greed destroys the value of work and saving? Oh, wait, that’s already happened! We all live in interesting times. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year anyhow!

    Comment by bruce — December 18, 2009 @ 3:00 pm

  2. Well, if you put it THAT way. Now I’m really bummed.

    Comment by toni — December 18, 2009 @ 9:09 pm

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