Tenting the entire house would solve the problem, either way.
May 21, 2015 at 4:43pm
Unfortunately, too many states are siding with the “rights” of the squatters, making it bloody difficult, and costly. to get rid of them.
This would not happen in the South, LOL.
 May 19, 2015 at 6:58pm
Even if they have, it was most likely by a doctor they trusted, not a fellow student or an instructor. I would have been very uncomfortable in those circumstances, and I’ve had many exams over the course of my long life.
May 19, 2015 at 3:20pm
Sharpshooter, the operative part of your statement is “breaks into your home”. The kids did NOT break in. The unknown element was outside the home, and the kid’s life was not yet in danger. No one shot through the window, or attempted to break in. Having the gun in hand would have been an appropriate reaction; shooting it without identifying the target was not.
May 19, 2015 at 3:13pm
Someone looking in a window is not life threatening; shooting them is not an appropriate response. I get the kid was frightened and did not know it was his friends, but he should have been taught to not just fire indiscriminately.
The boys were teenagers, so acting foolishly is a given. Kids sneak out; they shouldn’t die for it.
 May 19, 2015 at 3:11pm
May 18, 2015 at 11:09pm
He was disgusting? Color me shocked. The man completely lacks a filter, and thinks it passes for comedy.
 May 18, 2015 at 9:17pm
“…ate his foot…”
He ate his foot? Omg. The poor man must have been really hungry.
"The homeless man then ate his food and left the restaurant, his destination unclear. However, he’ll likely never forget Josiah."
I have a better idea. How about you and 18 others learn to read? Fail.
 May 18, 2015 at 6:52pm
Ugh. That reminds me of the picture where the fire department had a problem with an idiot parking in front of the hydrant. Rightly so, they just took out the two back (front?) windows and ran the hose through the car, LOL.
May 18, 2015 at 6:47pm
I agree with the slightly over the line problem, as I’ve been that one, and then the offending car that had me parking in the only other available space (at the time) left. :
I only (used to) go off on the ones purposely taking two spaces near the front to middle of the line (if you want to do that, go WAY out at the end and walk, jerk).
But even that doesn’t piss me off as much as the ones who park in the lined areas that are for wheelchair disabled to exit their car/van. Grrr.
 May 18, 2015 at 6:44pm
I’ve done this as well, but only when they took up two and I had a small car. Instead, though, I did it so my passenger door was almost against their driver’s side, so I didn’t have to crawl over the middle, LOL.
I stopped when I upgraded to a nicer vehicle, but it was hilarious while it lasted.Wonder if the jerks learned their lesson, or just cursed me and did it again next time.
[-1] May 17, 2015 at 12:18am
Kupo, I’m with RC on this. A male teacher should not be spanking (in whatever form) a female student. That should be done by a female member of staff.
 May 12, 2015 at 8:01pm
Just an aside, in GA it is legal to break a window to save a child in a similar situation. Animal advocates are trying to get the law changed for pets.
That sounds good -- but who decides the pet's life is in danger. It didn't seem this incident required breaking a window. The dog was panting. My dog pants all the time -- doesn't mean she's about to die!
 April 30, 2015 at 4:29pm
It’s my theory that he was trying to headbutt the door to open it and escape.
We’ll see if the questions are answered, but as some here have mentioned, it will never been enough answers for those who are not interested in the truth, like those who are still doing the stupid hands up thing.
It could be that he was really trying to hurt himself and then the driver thought umm, let me help him out because then I can say he was doing this on purpose....oh but wait, there was another person back there who would be able to tell...and apparently he did tell that the kid was hurtin on himself. Case closed?
 April 29, 2015 at 1:02pm
I’m glad you said it first. I was thinking the same thing, ‘Nice note, but the kid is 5 and can’t read?’.
Mom, if you see this, make it easier for her by teaching her at home. You do her a disservice by relying (just) on the schools.
 April 28, 2015 at 4:40pm
And since when are potatoes healthier than [natural] peanut butter?
Potatoes are actually incredibly nutritious. And peanut butter isn't bad either, but it doesn't have the complete nutrition that a potato has.
Right on, tradcatholicgirl,
Potatoes are almost a perfect food. A good source of high quality protein. Tons of potassium and vitamin C. Good source of B-6. Some iron, thiamin, niacin, magnesium. Good source of fiber. No fat, no sodium or cholesterol. Low calories but plenty for physical work. Heck, from some of the history I’ve read some of my ancestors appear to have lived on potatoes exclusively.
As long as they're both natural, they'll still make your butt fat. Most good foods will when all you do is sit around all day long. Which they do in school for the most part. What we really need is some teachers that know how to move around & can teach our kids to exercise or at least be active.
 April 9, 2015 at 9:46am
And worse, publicly throws them under the bus.
 April 1, 2015 at 11:36pm
And in a twist of irony, after the prank is over, Couric really falls down the stairs…
Scetch "Comedy" like Pranked, it's juvenile behavior comedy. Fallon & O'Brien love that lo info kind of comedy.
Dick Van D y k e tripping over the foot rest at the beginning of the show.
I do a real nice fake trip and pretend spill of a coffee mug on someone I'm walking towards.
But they don't go running away in fear.