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By Herdad - / Thursday 30 July 2009 11:34 / United States
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By  dzidziaud  |  5

hahaha that must have been fun. was your visit to the police station pleasant? :]

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By  dzidziaud  |  5

hahaha that must have been fun. was your visit to the police station pleasant? :]

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  lloyd1992  |  0

umm u said i have no son...and then that'll cheer her up? hmmm

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  Pan22  |  0

Reminds me of a video I looked up a while ago. I had to do a project on the "Bystander Effect" for psych class. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIvGIwLcIuw Essentially they "Kidnapped" a young girl screaming "Your not my daddy" in a crowded area.

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It's really sad to know that people would just glance and keep walking without doing anything to help a child. I would at least call 911 even though probably couldn't physically take a kidnapper on myself.

By  Luckster  |  0

Time for good old-fashion discipline, the way I received it when I was acting like a little shit. Hope ya have a leather belt!

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  ledzepfan  |  0

@ #6; yeah, leather belt with the father, metal comb from the mother. that's how they used to do it, now-a-days, any more than a slight hit on the wrist is considered child abuse... i don't get it

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  ZleveL  |  0

94 I feel ya. my uncle slapped across the face when I got dirt on our tire in front of our white neighbors and they were SOOOOO shocked they just stared. BTW their kids were insane, the purposely ran over their car with their rv then beat it with a hammer. and they graffitied on their own house and LOTS of other crazy shit. all because they never got hit

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  tiernang  |  21

when i was a kid, my dad would always get out the belt. I was a smart child, and realized after a while, he stopped hitting us and was threatening us. i assume that was when it became a thing you werent supposed to do. So i stood up to him, and you know what i got? Hit.

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