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Old 07-25-2005, 01:55 PM   #36
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How can you say hes trying to make himself look innocent??? You dont know all the facts about what went on. He might have sure... but on the other side of things, he might just be fed up with the way his mom treats him, and wants it on tape so he can show someone else and get out of that hell hole. I dont really care how innocent he may be making himself look... the point is the mothers insane and shouldnt act that way NO MATTER WHAT! That is NOT good parenting... its horrible, no child deserves that no matter what they've done. If the mom cant keep her cool through stressful times, and she gets that psychotic, she needs some sort of help. That **** is NOT normal.

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the whole family is psycho.
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Old 07-25-2005, 07:36 PM   #38
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holy ****. I think I would have left the house right then and there.
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Old 07-25-2005, 11:40 PM   #39
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Everyone who says the child is making himself look innocent, why are you saying that? Did I miss something in the video or are you just going off his age and actions? Saying that
Originally Posted by Seph
he's 16. At that age, kids are rebelious and under handed.
is far too presumptuous. No matter how many people acted rebelious at age sixteen, that is saying nothing about this particular child.

As for Ponycarman's theory that we have all done something wrong, parents have to understand that it's ok when their kids make mistakes. Everybody knows that everybody makes mistakes. Your children know when they've made a mistake, you don't have to punish them to make them learn. Now if they assiduously make similar mistakes in a relatively short period of time, some kind of castigation is in order. However, your child not agreeing with you isn't bad/wrong. No matter how much more experience you've had, how much more intelligent you are or how much you know, your child knows things you dont'! Sometimes what you feel is the wrong decision quite possibly could be the right one!
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haha holy **** that vid is hilarous. i wonder how bad her throat hurts.

man if my mom went off on me like that, id beat her ***. a good sock to the dome ought to get her to shut the **** up. no wonder his daddy left her. id leave her *** too. and dam, the kid is so calm about it. makes me think that this prolly isnt the first time, and hes learnt that its easier to just be calm and wait out the storm. boy and the "boyfreind" sure sounds like a winner........"shes been caring for you for 16 years", my response "its not my fault i was born, you made me, now you gotta deal with me".

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someone needs a damned cigarette.
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Old 07-26-2005, 08:49 AM   #42
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Now now, there is a big difference between making a mistake and doing a wrong.

A wrong is done when you know better and do it anyway.

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Holy crap he's right.
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