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By Anonymous - / Tuesday 30 June 2009 20:15 / United States
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  kewlcat  |  0

Maybe the police thought she was the one who was speeding, the reason why she called? When i moderated this, thats what I thought..

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I agree. If you want kids to be safe from people speeding, you have to do your part too! I bet the other people on your street think the same way you did, "oh, but I'm not speeding much, and I'm in a hurry, and the kids are in my car, and I'm a good driver..." Either teach your kids to stay out of the street and deal with it, or call the cops and do what you want others to do. You have to speed a decent amount to get that large of a ticket, too!

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You seem to be in a big rush to get the spandex off your daughter. YDI

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  NDnation44  |  0

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  wolfman2012  |  0

i'm guessing by the fact you managed to be speeding by two houses away, you live on a country/city road rather than neighborhood...that comes with living in such a place

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  humorizer  |  14

I bet the driver was a woman. Besides, why the heck would you call the cops for an issue like this? Cars generally don't careen into lawns/houses. Unless your children are playing on the road (where they don't belong), there's no reason to fear for the safety of your kids. One of the first lessons in life I learned (I think I was 4) was "stay out of the road; and if your ball rolls off the sidewalk, ask a trusted grown up to retrieve it for you". Assuming you leave your child unattended on the lawn, they've gotta be at least 8 (otherwise, you're asking for a kidnapping). At that age, they should know to stay away from the street. So no matter what, as a hypocrite and a bad parent, you deserved it.

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  humorizer  |  14

@wolfman, with all due respect, your statement is faulty. Had she been leaving the home, that would be making sense. But since she's coming back home, I don't see how your reasoning works. I mean she could be literally an inch away from her home, and get caught in the speed trap since she has had enough time to accelerate to a high enough speed.

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  Shadow_Wing  |  0

Humorizer - I hope you realize that kids don't always listen to their parents in reality and that some kids don't have paved driveways to available for games that need a hard, even flat surface (like basketball). OP- Well, if you want others to follow a certain law, then you should too.

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  humorizer  |  14

You're absolutely correct. But in that situation, I'd just make my kids play in the back yard. And if I don't have a backyard, I'll let them borrow my video games, or at least make sure I'm staring at my kids to at least avoid a person from stealing them.

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  bordemstirs  |  0

Then maybe their parents should take them to the park. If the children weren't raised well enough to listen A) you fucked up B) maybe somebody should be watching them.

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  wolfman2012  |  0

apologies, i did in fact read this wrong. nonetheless, she should be slowing down if she is two houses away...so my point in the matter is speeding two houses away is a little ridiculous

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  ceinaworus  |  0

the speeder should actually hit the mother, then hit her car, and crush the kids in-between the mothers car and another parked car. then have the antagonizing screams of the children as their lungs get filled with blood as they die curse the speeders ears forever.

By  richboy94  |  0

7th for the first time

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