OT: What the Phuck?

Discussion in 'rec.music.guitar' started by Atlas, Aug 26, 2003.

  1. Atlas

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  2. Bruce Morgen

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    Re: What the Phuck?

    "ryanm" <ryanm@fatchicksinpartyhats.com> wrote:

    >"Atlas" <c1sublux@hotmail.comNOSPAM> wrote in message
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    >>
    >>

    >http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tm...e=7&u=/ap/20030826/ap_on_re_us/caged_brothers
    >>
    >> That is the most horrible thing I've seen all week.
    >>

    > That weak-ass shit wouldn't hold my kids. Leave my kids unattended for
    >20 hours and the house would've been burned to the ground by the time I got
    >home. And they would each blame the other for setting the fire. : )
    >
    > Seriously, though, some people should not be parents. Why weren't these
    >5 year-olds in school?
    >

    ....and why couldn't they even
    talk at that age? Very odd!
  3. Atlas

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    Re: What the Phuck?

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    On Tue, 26 Aug 2003 14:59:21 -0600, "ryanm"
    <ryanm@fatchicksinpartyhats.com> wrote:

    > That weak-ass shit wouldn't hold my kids. Leave my kids unattended for
    >20 hours and the house would've been burned to the ground by the time I got
    >home. And they would each blame the other for setting the fire. : )
    >
    > Seriously, though, some people should not be parents. Why weren't these
    >5 year-olds in school?


    That really shook me up. I can't even imagine the
    psychological and emotional damage that's been inflicted upon those
    two youngsters.

    The two that locked them up should thank their lucky stars
    that this didn't happen in Pennsylvania and I wasn't called for jury
    duty. It might've been the first case of the death penalty for child
    abuse / endangerment.




    Atlas
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  4. ryanm

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    Re: What the Phuck?

    "Atlas" <c1sublux@hotmail.comNOSPAM> wrote in message
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    >
    >

    http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tm...e=7&u=/ap/20030826/ap_on_re_us/caged_brothers
    >
    > That is the most horrible thing I've seen all week.
    >

    That weak-ass shit wouldn't hold my kids. Leave my kids unattended for
    20 hours and the house would've been burned to the ground by the time I got
    home. And they would each blame the other for setting the fire. : )

    Seriously, though, some people should not be parents. Why weren't these
    5 year-olds in school?

    ryanm
  5. ryanm

    ryanm Guest

    Re: What the Phuck?

    "Bruce Morgen" <editor@juno.com> wrote in message
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    > >

    > ...and why couldn't they even
    > talk at that age? Very odd!
    >

    That happens when you don't talk to your kids at all. They learn to talk
    from their parents/siblings, so without enough exposure (being spoken to)
    they won't learn to talk. My kids all learned to speak between 2 and 3 years
    old. My youngest just turned 2 last month, and while he doesn't speak in
    complete sentences, he can certainly communicate what he wants to
    communicate. My middle child, however, just wasn't very interested in
    talking, and waited until she was almost 3 to start (she also toilet trained
    late, probably because she got her laziness from her father ; ). But 5 years
    old and unable to talk is just ridiculous, and is definitely a sign of
    neglect in a child with no physical or mental disabilities.

    ryanm
  6. David Axt

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  7. Richard

    Richard Guest

    Re: What the Phuck?

    ryanm@fatchicksinpartyhats.com wrote...
    > "Bruce Morgen" <editor@juno.com> wrote in message
    > news:bggnkv0p6orfeqj80q7ravq3njfefgssnf@4ax.com...
    > > >

    > > ...and why couldn't they even
    > > talk at that age? Very odd!
    > >

    > That happens when you don't talk to your kids at all. They learn to talk
    > from their parents/siblings, so without enough exposure (being spoken to)
    > they won't learn to talk. My kids all learned to speak between 2 and 3 years
    > old. My youngest just turned 2 last month, and while he doesn't speak in
    > complete sentences, he can certainly communicate what he wants to
    > communicate. My middle child, however, just wasn't very interested in
    > talking, and waited until she was almost 3 to start (she also toilet trained
    > late, probably because she got her laziness from her father ; ). But 5 years
    > old and unable to talk is just ridiculous, and is definitely a sign of
    > neglect in a child with no physical or mental disabilities.


    <Jaw dropping>. We agree! We agree!

    :)

    --
    "Leave the donkeys to their thistles." -- old Persian saying
  8. ryanm

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    Re: What the Phuck?

    "Richard" <rh310@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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    > <Jaw dropping>. We agree! We agree!
    >

    Even a stopped clock is right at least once a day. ; )

    ryanm

    Note: Changed from "a broken clock is right twice a day" because some obtuse
    gentleman in another newsgroup once argued that some clocks are 24 hour,
    making it only right once a day, and that a broken clock may still function
    well enough to avoid ever being right. If that doesn't say something to you
    about the nature of newsgroups, you're not listening.
  9. Re: What the Phuck?

    Atlas <c1sublux@hotmail.comXXXSPAM> writes:

    > The two that locked them up should thank their lucky stars
    >that this didn't happen in Pennsylvania and I wasn't called for jury
    >duty. It might've been the first case of the death penalty for child
    >abuse / endangerment.


    Not unless you become a prosecutor in additon to being a back cracker, it
    wouldn't be. :)

    Jay
    --
    J. Verkuilen jayv@uiuc.edu
    "You spend too much time reading, Spenser. You know more stuff that don't
    make you money than anyone I know." --Lennie Seltzer (Robert B. Parker)
  10. Odin

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    Re: What the Phuck?

    "Atlas" <c1sublux@hotmail.comNOSPAM> wrote in message

    >

    http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tm...e=7&u=/ap/20030826/ap_on_re_us/caged_brothers
    >
    > That is the most horrible thing I've seen all week.


    https://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2001/7/23/165219.shtml

    This couple south of Dallas kept their kid in a dark closet chained to the
    ceiling with a chain until she was 8 years old. The kid couldn't talk and
    weighed 35 lbs. They had 5 other kids who knew about the "girl in the
    closet". The closet was full of human waste and food. She was never
    allowed out. The parents were sentenced earlier this year to long prison
    terms.
  11. Slar

    Slar Guest

    Re: What the Phuck?

    "Odin" <res0jmoj@REMOVEverizon.net> wrote in message
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    > "Atlas" <c1sublux@hotmail.comNOSPAM> wrote in message
    >
    > >

    >

    http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tm...e=7&u=/ap/20030826/ap_on_re_us/caged_brothers
    > >
    > > That is the most horrible thing I've seen all week.

    >
    > https://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2001/7/23/165219.shtml
    >
    > This couple south of Dallas kept their kid in a dark closet chained to the
    > ceiling with a chain until she was 8 years old. The kid couldn't talk and
    > weighed 35 lbs. They had 5 other kids who knew about the "girl in the
    > closet". The closet was full of human waste and food. She was never
    > allowed out. The parents were sentenced earlier this year to long prison
    > terms.


    Hopefully, the prison terms are for as long as that child is alive since
    she's already got her life sentence at the tender age of 8.


    >
    >
  12. Odin

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    Re: What the Phuck?

    "Slar" <slar@slar.slar> wrote in message

    > > https://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2001/7/23/165219.shtml
    > >
    > > This couple south of Dallas kept their kid in a dark closet chained to

    the
    > > ceiling with a chain until she was 8 years old. The kid couldn't talk

    and
    > > weighed 35 lbs. They had 5 other kids who knew about the "girl in the
    > > closet". The closet was full of human waste and food. She was never
    > > allowed out. The parents were sentenced earlier this year to long

    prison
    > > terms.

    >
    > Hopefully, the prison terms are for as long as that child is alive since
    > she's already got her life sentence at the tender age of 8.


    Hopefully they will be tortured in prison.
  13. Atlas

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    On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 01:04:48 GMT, jayv@uiuc.edu (john v verkuilen)
    wrote:

    >Not unless you become a prosecutor in additon to being a back cracker, it
    >wouldn't be. :)


    Heh. I'm retired from academia...so the likelihood of me
    becoming a proscecutor is zero to nil. <G>

    BUT, I could become the jury foreman..and make sentencing
    recommendations. Barring that, I could volunteer to put subluxations
    back IN their spines. <GG>



    Atlas
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  14. Atlas

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  15. ryanm

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    Re: What the Phuck?

    "Odin" <res0jmoj@REMOVEverizon.net> wrote in message
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    > Hopefully they will be tortured in prison.
    >

    Probably. Even violent criminals don't like people who abuse kids...

    ryanm
  16. Re: What the Phuck?

    "ryanm" <ryanm@fatchicksinpartyhats.com> wrote in message
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    > "Odin" <res0jmoj@REMOVEverizon.net> wrote in message
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    > >
    > > Hopefully they will be tortured in prison.
    > >

    > Probably. Even violent criminals don't like people who abuse kids...


    As was proved this week when the defrocked priest who abused those children
    in Boston was beat and strangled to death in his cell.
  17. Atlas

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    Re: What the Phuck?

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    On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 03:20:54 GMT, "Polfus" <asswiper@nurseboy.com>
    wrote:

    > Maybe the State could give them the choice between you and lethal injection.


    And I *know* you "know" lethal injections, bro!

    Allopathic medicine kills 250,000 people every year. I wonder
    how many of them were due to your incompetence and negligence. 20? 50?



    Atlas
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  18. Atlas

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    On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 04:43:09 GMT, "Ricky W. Hunt"
    <rickywhunt@hotmail.com> wrote:

    >As was proved this week when the defrocked priest who abused those children
    >in Boston was beat and strangled to death in his cell.


    ...by a neonazi who's father was beaming with pride from his
    son's actions.



    Atlas

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  19. Odin

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    Re: What the Phuck?

    "Atlas" <c1sublux@hotmail.comXXXSPAM> wrote in message

    > >As was proved this week when the defrocked priest who abused those

    children
    > >in Boston was beat and strangled to death in his cell.

    >
    > ...by a neonazi who's father was beaming with pride from his
    > son's actions.


    Yeah, but justice was finally done. And the irony is that the guy who
    killed the priest was already serving a life sentence in segregation and
    there is no death penalty in that state, so the killer cannot receive any
    punishment for the killing.
  20. Re: What the Phuck?

    "Odin" <res0jmoj@REMOVEverizon.net> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Atlas" <c1sublux@hotmail.comXXXSPAM> wrote in message
    >
    > > >As was proved this week when the defrocked priest who abused those

    > children
    > > >in Boston was beat and strangled to death in his cell.

    > >
    > > ...by a neonazi who's father was beaming with pride from his
    > > son's actions.

    >
    > Yeah, but justice was finally done. And the irony is that the guy who
    > killed the priest was already serving a life sentence in segregation and
    > there is no death penalty in that state, so the killer cannot receive any
    > punishment for the killing.
    >
    >

    Yep. I have NO sympathy for ANY child abuser, period. He finally got what
    had been coming to him, and I'm not unhappy about it. Personally, I think
    they oughta have a specially nasty 'Texas Pickup Ride' for child abusers.

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