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By NikkiiFireStarter - / Tuesday 20 October 2009 10:46 / United Kingdom
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By  Sage1314  |  4

He burnt *all* the belongings in your room? Question is, how did a 10 year old have free reign to burn that much stuff without anyone from the family being around to stop him, or without setting off a smoke alarm or anything?

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By  Sage1314  |  4

He burnt *all* the belongings in your room? Question is, how did a 10 year old have free reign to burn that much stuff without anyone from the family being around to stop him, or without setting off a smoke alarm or anything?

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  BurnDammit  |  0

Erm... SOme people don't have fire alarms,and they might have left him at home while they went to the store or he was upstairs and they were downstairs.

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  Sage1314  |  4

So this kid is outside setting fire to all this stuff, takes hours carting it all outside, setting fire to it, and no one, not the parents, the babysitter whoever, no one noticed?

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  Otium_fml  |  3

Who knows, I'm just guessing here. Prehaps his parents were out and thought that he'll make it on his own at home. Neighbours might be somewhere else or just be all "Meh, whatever" to it.

By  AntiChrist7  |  0

Or you are talking about your living room, in which case you shouldn't have kept a 600dollar object near a kid. Or you are talking about your bedroom, how did he get in without you noticing? YDI in both cases

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  kukopia  |  0

He said "my room" which is universal to mean 'my bedroom'. What else could it mean?? The step-bro obviously has open access to his room, which is pretty universal. Until you find out he's a freak. OP can't be home all the time, much less in his room. Time for OP to buy a lock for the door. And still keep a close eye on the little pyro... he's only going to get worse... until he's bad enough to be taken away. No way, no how OP deserves this.

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