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#1 MissPlaced

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 10:17 AM


When I first heard this on the radio this mornin, i said HUH?? SAY WHAT??.....

Now Dollar Generals aren't big stores, you mean to tell me that a mother DOESN'T know the sound of her own childs cry???!!

Where was this mother??

What on Earth possessed this employee to think she had the right??!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Now Yes this child was bein a miserable Lil Monster, no doubt about it!! BUT like i said theres wrong and then there's REALY WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 10:57 AM

Yep,way wrong!!
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Posted 06 February 2013 - 04:34 PM

Imo they both have mental issues .. i wouldn't expect an 8 yr old to throw cookies especially at a complete stranger ! And I certainly wouldn't expect beating up a child just for throwing coolies... And he was only 8 !

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 04:50 PM

Mom should get slapped with a negligence charge for not keeping the child under control and putting him at risk in the first place. And the clerk should get the full wrath of the law for the aggravated assault charge. I smell lawsuit..........

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 07:21 PM

I cannot begin to count the number of times I've been in a store and almost been mowed down by kids running through the store. The worst are those kids with retractable roller shoes. One of them actually did run into the cart I was pushing. It knocked the cart right back into me. He then looked at me like it was my fault after he rolled around the corner of the aisle. Like the kids running through the store Mama and/or Daddy was no where around. As he rolled away I said in a very loud voice "Kids today have no respect. No I'm sorry or excuse me from the twerp".

While the clerk should have been "hands off" the mother was also at fault for allowing the kid to run through the store. If he's like that in a store I have to wonder if the kid is like that at home and at school.

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 09:54 PM

Sometimes kids get away from parents. I understand that. But responsible parents, look for their kids when they realize they got away, and like has been stated, dollar generals a small store. If it had been my kid, that employee wouldnt of been able to land smack 3 or 4, and there would likely be two of us in jail right now. I agree with parents spanking kids, but it being their kids, and done in love and discipline. This, was a complete stranger doing it, and 26 times isnt discipline! that flat out abuse.

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 01:52 AM

@Animal why should it be the mother's responsibility ?

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 04:51 PM

As a juvenile which the child obviously is, a parent is responsible for the child's welfare at all times. Unless in the care and control of authorized adults. Such as during school. If you are negligent and the child becomes hurt or worse the parent is held responsible.

 

If you own a dog and the dog bites someone who's responsible? The owner. If a child injures someone or another child who's responsible, the parent. Likewise the parent is responsible for command and control of the child.


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 04:54 PM

Only if the child is below 10 !

Animal, where are you from ?

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 05:27 PM

I'm from where we don't use the letter U in the word color. Here the age is either 16 for some but generally 18, anything younger and you are considered a minor and your parents are responsible for your welfare and actions. I address the issue with those ages because that is the age factors in where this specific incident happened.


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 05:34 PM

Here in the UK a child above the age of 10 is responsible for their crimes.

Don't you think the age 16 is too high ? I mean most people between ages 10-16 understand the difference between right and wrong...

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 05:35 PM

Ohhh right Animal !
Where did it happen ?

Edited by DigitalFamilyMember, 07 February 2013 - 05:36 PM.


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 05:39 PM

I'm in agreement with  Queen Evie,boopme,the Patroit.& animal !!

 

This mother wasn't being a mother at all!! and like The Patroit, i would have lost my mind temporaily and kicked the cornflakes outta that store clerk before i knw what i was doin, i would have had me a brand new pair of shiny braclets on my wrists!!!

 

My kids knew how to behave at home or out in public, I always knew exactly where they were at all times..and GOD help anybody that tries to hurt them!

 

and like Animal, I smell lawsuit as well...

 we've all seen kids that behave like this and the parents are always clueless....

 

BUT by NO strech of the imagination does this give a store clerk the right to BEAT a child EVER!!



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Posted 07 February 2013 - 06:22 PM

Yeah, if the mother had brought the child up well in the first place none of this crap would hapen.

However how di we know the mother did not bring the child up well ? what if the child thenselves were stubborn ? i hate it when parents are an automatic blame for their child's behaviour though !

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 07:14 PM

DigitalFamilyMember,

 

Because if she and the childs father had, this wouldn't be an issue, the child would know what was expected of him and irreguardless of that the mother nad his sister were in the store...dollars General stores ar very small stores, now then,his mother had no idea that he was being harmed.....Really????Seriously????....

This Child was being BEAT WITH A BELT, not just once but 26 times....this child was screaming his head off, callin for his momma....apparently "Momma didn't reconize the sound of her own childs cries......you ever been beat with a belt DigitalFamilyMember?????... this child was screaming in pain!!..cries like that are unmistakable!!

 

So I'd say this time, the blame is being layed exactly where it belongs.....

 

yes this child was bein a miserable little monster, BUT no way , no how should this have ever happened

and knowing that her son has a penchant for unruley behavior doesn't excuse her in actions!!



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