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Aug 16th 2008 4:22PM I know you're all saying that only adults are making a big deal out of it, and kids don't think like that. I agree, that's all true. But in reality there are a lot of perverts out there and parent have think about stuff like that. We can all pretend we live in a world where stuff like that doesn't happen, or would never happen to your kids, but it does.
You might go to the store and see a cute little kid bikini and think my kid would love that, but when you go to the beach some perv is looking at it in a completely different way.
Its not fair to kids, and it definitely isn't right, but we have to look at stuff like this and get rid of it if its not child appropriate. We're the adults, kids don't understand so they can't make the distinctions or decisions.
Jun 12th 2008 11:02PM I can't believe some of the bull I'm reading on hear. Half of you feel bad bad for the girl or slam her (grow up please), and half of you think its ok so the boy "won't be stuck paying child support for a child he didn't want. Here's a news flash they had consenting sex, that was the consequence, both kids are responsible. If he didn't want a kid, or to end up paying child support than he shouldn't be having sex. The same goes for the girl, if she's not willing to face up to supporting a child than she shouldn't be having sex.
Now the boys mother was very, very wrong. She should have discussed the situation with the girls mother. She in no way has any right to make decisions for that girl, her only responsibility is her son. Regardless of if they had the child or not, it was not her decision.
Its obvious that neither parent is that involved in their children life. She just happened to find the text message while looking through her sons phone, when the situation could have probably been prevented by talking to him.
I feel some sympathy for the kids, but not too much, they did it to themselves. I feel no sympathy for the parents, they should have been more invovled.
Jun 8th 2008 4:29PM First off, you posted this in the wrong area. See if you scroll up you will see the topic soaring ticket prices not how to serve drinks to idiots.
Second, you have obviously never worked in the service industry before. Because it seems like your head is wedged tightly up your butt. I'm sorry but flight attendants, wait staff, or any person who works in that kind of field deserves a little respect. They stand on their feet for hours, get yelled at, ignored, laughed at, and treated horribly by most people, and most of them make very little pay. And people like you think its your right to treat them this way because "it's their job". I'm sorry but their is to serve you, not wait on you hand and foot, and accept your attitudes, or ignorance. Maybe you should try working in a service field before you make suggestions on how anyone should or should not do their job.
Jan 18th 2008 6:44PM I would so love to take all those people who think a miscarriage is not a big deal, and shove and electric blended in them, put it on high, and then ask them if that felt like nothing.
Jan 18th 2008 6:39PM I cannot believe some of the ridiculous things I am reading here "its not a big deal" "get over it" "she can try again". Then add on top of that the religious ignorance. This whole thing is astounding. I have suffered a miscarriage, my baby was already moving. My child died inside me and I could not do any thing to save her. It was not just something happened and I moved on. It was not like having my period and going to the hospital for pain killers and everything was OK. The pain for me was excruciating, I felt like I was being kicked in my stomach repeatedly over and over again. I didn't happen in a day and I had my period was fine. This was two weeks of mental and physical pain. It was a traumatic experience I will never forget no matter how many children I have, and when I see little girls at what age she would have been I hurt inside. I would never wish that pain on anyone.
And for you ignorant religious bigots. Guess what? Not everyone ascribes to your religious beliefs and we don't have to. Stop trying to force your beliefs on me cause I really don't care what you think is amoral. If you really read the Bible you cling to for dear life you would realize that your going to be in hell with those people you feel you have the right to condemn. If she made a mistake or committed a sin, than thats between her and GOD. You are nowhere in that equation. And the last time I read the Bible I believe we were given free will, meaning I can do what I want and I face my own consequences with GOD. I don't recall it saying that the more religious you are you have the right to judge and condemn people.
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