I’m sure it’s about as much as being a passenger… it’s the same concept…
March 26, 2015 at 1:15am
Or maybe that is the mother of a highly autistic child. You can’t beat the autism out of a child, and you can’t predict when a meltdown happens, and it’s wrong lock the child indoors so that the rest of society “doesn’t have to deal with” a child with a severe disability.
Agreed completely...there are 2 children in my extended family effected on the autism/Asbergers syndrome scale, but my question is why leave your comment on my post? I did not advocate beating anyone nor locking them up at home, and I certainly never suggested society should not "have to deal with” a child with a severe disability."
March 26, 2015 at 1:11am
The child is probably autistic. I know many mother with autistic children who have had people come up and tell them that they would beat their child for them. You can’t beat autism out of a child. You can’t “get their attention but you had better let them know who is boss” during a meltdown, either.
But, apparently you are for killing autistic children, because you agree with her that children behaving like that should be killed?
You have no idea what is going on with that mother or that child. Suggesting that they be beaten or killed when you are ignorant about the situation is just plain evil.
March 6, 2015 at 3:12pm
I love how everyone is pretending that Jews and Christians didn’t dress like that for centuries… and STILL do across the world. That is pretty much how all women dressed when Jesus was born. It’s not taking on any religious practices from other religions… a lot of people could even argue that this is Biblical. Read 1 Corinthians 11.
[-1] February 18, 2015 at 9:31pm
“Girl power” was everywhere for years. That is clearly sexist and criminal. Obviously it means that all females want to kill all males of the species.
[-1] February 18, 2015 at 9:31pm
“Girl Power” was everywhere for years. That is sexist and criminal, and obviously means that they want to kill all males of the species.
 September 2, 2014 at 3:29pm
While I wish that this boy would dress like a boy, I also see the hypocrisy. I’m a female, I went in with no make-up. Should they have made me “gussy up” because I was “in a costume”, or do they make females remove their make-up, because it’s a “costume”? Either make-up matters or it doesn’t…
McDonalds is disgusting. Why would I want my kids working there..? Why not just transplant cancer and toxic chemicals directly into their bodies?
I truly hate this article. Yes, let’s demand that children get crappy jobs to teach them that they should be willing to do crap for money. Because having a small paycheck is the only thing that really matters.
Guess what. The McDonalds you worked at 20-30 years ago isn’t the same McDonalds that exists today.
Why not help them find work they can be PROUD of? Why not teach them that if they can’t FIND a job that they can be proud of, that they can MAKE a job to be proud of? Teach them how to find their best skills, help them learn to develop those, and help them learn how to translate those skills into the workforce?
THAT is the kind of lesson I would want to teach my kids.
May 12, 2014 at 12:02am
Love it. :)
What drives me nuts, however, is that they are “perfectly healthy” and yet they have tubes down their nose…
May 6, 2014 at 3:18am
Maybe not. Some people are so desensitized that she might really never think about it negatively… until she faces God for it, that is.
May 5, 2014 at 3:33pm
“Separating middle school students by race AND GENDER”.
We were separated “boys on one side, girls on the other”, at least several times a week. We survived.
My entire middle school had a segregation process. Every grade level had two sides. The fact was that 95% of black people were assigned to one side…. and the students even realized this was the case. Only the black students who averaged 4.0 were in the other group. The groups had different sides of the campus, a completely different set of teachers, and even different sports groups. This middle school still segregates their classes to this day, although I am not sure the degree to witch race is involved in the process now.
March 20, 2014 at 2:50pm
Lucretius – That’s where you are wrong. We all deserve hell. It is by grace alone that we are saved. Romans 3:23; Ephesians 2:8.
February 26, 2014 at 5:30pm
“We are concerned about what we saw in the video and the department will be taking a thorough look at that video,”
Yeah, uh-huh, sure you will. You have to make sure that officers learn to confiscate any possible recording devices in order to not be caught acting like this.
We need more FOLLOW UP STORIES about these situations. I want to know exactly the reprimand or lack thereof that this officer got one month from this story. But, you won’t. And that’s why it keeps going. It’s all fine and dandy to say that it shouldn’t have happened, but we are still giving a blind eye when it comes to the follow through disciplinary measures. And that is OUR failure. Like a mom with an unruly toddler, we need to stay on the case of these cops.
January 16, 2014 at 10:04pm
Sherry! I know her! She’s a wonderful, godly woman! :)
Look at her eyes. Full of love. God bless her and the new mother and twins
October 24, 2013 at 12:00am
Amen to that.
October 21, 2013 at 3:49pm
Where’s the “like” button for that? lol
October 21, 2013 at 3:21pm
It happens in the military a lot. They get nervous, and lock their knees in the sun and the heat, and pass out.
October 21, 2013 at 3:20pm
Well, I know that here, if you have a breastfeeding child, you are allowed to opt-out of jury duty.
September 14, 2013 at 8:03pm
As a woman who went to college: I agree. I wish I had never even gone. It was just a disgusting waste, and cost far too much of my money. I had a 3.8 GPA, and after being taught my whole life that going to college was the only way I could possibly live a happy life, I went. I’ll be happier if my children decide not to go, and if they do, it won’t be my money they will be spending on it. More than enough of my money went to those liberal cesspools, even with the scholarships. Paying your own way makes you less likely to take unnecessary classes and makes you work harder to pass.