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Old 05-28-2010, 06:46 PM   #1
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Damn these parents should be shot

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Old 05-28-2010, 06:49 PM   #2
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Oh my gosh...a two year old throws a fit, so let him keep smoking.


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Old 05-28-2010, 06:52 PM   #3
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Smokes 40 cigarettes a day
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Damn these parents should be shot

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He's not gonna make it to 16 years old. Parents are actively killing their kid.
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Old 05-28-2010, 06:56 PM   #5
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Old 05-28-2010, 07:08 PM   #7
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Seriously, what the ****. Then again, parents do worse throughout the world... still.
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How can anyone give a cigarette to an 18-month-old (his age when he started smoking)? Health issues aside, there are safety issues to consider... I'd be amazed if he didn't burn himself repeatedly with a lit cigarette in the first few times he smoked (most babies are very much attracted to... and reach for... shiny, glowing things like the "cherry" on the end of a cigarette). Also... even adult smokers can accidentally start a fire (fall asleep with lit cigarette, etc.)... the risk is far higher when the cigarette is in the hands of a baby.
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When I lived in Bolivia, there was more than a few parents who hooked their kids on glue sniffing - for the same reason. The kid throws a fit, jam the glue in its face. Kid shuts up. And you are correct, many dont make it much past 18.
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When I lived in Bolivia, there was more than a few parents who hooked their kids on glue sniffing - for the same reason. The kid throws a fit, jam the glue in its face. Kid shuts up. And you are correct, many dont make it much past 18.
I didn't believe it till I looked it up... and it ain't just Bolivia:



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That is just pathetic
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You have no idea. There's a huge child opium addiction endemic in Afghanistan. It's part of the hold that the Taliban has on the region.

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Seriously, what the ****. Then again, parents do worse throughout the world... still.
I've heard on KOA850 this morning his dad started him up at 18 months.
To make matters worse, the kid inhales!
Top that with obesity and the kid won't make it to his 5th birthday.
Really disturbed.
That just gos to show ya' what goes around in third world countries. No laws, no child protection.
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That kid does not look 2. More like 4 on steroids.


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That's crazy, I'm sure glad I quit, I feel much better now.
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That's crazy, I'm sure glad I quit, I feel much better now.
Congrats man.
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Best thing I've done for myself. I feel great, and I don't miss it!
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Smoking around a child is the SAME thing.
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Smoking around a child is the SAME thing.
It sure is and when parents smoke and take drugs around them it's monkey see monkey do
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That just gos to show ya' what goes around in third world countries. No laws, no child protection.
Hey now... who wants Big Government interfering in their lives? Water the Tree of Liberty with the blood of tyrants!
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Hey now... who wants Big Government interfering in their lives? Water the Tree of Liberty with the blood of tyrants!
Speaking of Bolivia, there were plenty of laws. However, they weren't enforced. The govt was too corrupt, too lazy, and too dysfunctional to enforce even the most simple of laws.

Giving a govt a lot of power and a lot creedence only leads to a dysfunctional state where the people exist to justify the leaders. Better a limited govt, with a limited scope of power that respects the rights and liberties of its people.
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What's the life expectancy in Indonesia anyways? Especially in rural Indonesia. Given that there's a camera recording him, the family has more problems than just their health, I think.
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Speaking of Bolivia, there were plenty of laws. However, they weren't enforced. The govt was too corrupt, too lazy, and too dysfunctional to enforce even the most simple of laws.

Giving a govt a lot of power and a lot creedence only leads to a dysfunctional state where the people exist to justify the state. Better a limited govt, with a limited scope of power that respects the rights and liberties of its people.
I took the liberty of changing your quote just a tad.

I completely agree, that being said, the gov should be there to protect against the abuses of liberty and to make sure citizen's rights are being protected. The ugly side of liberty is people will abuse it. We don't want a police state but we do want our freedom. It's the people who don't respect the laws that force the gov to have more power. That being said, one of the ways to protect the public from the abuse of liberty is to educate the public, hence free education for all. A true democracy can only exist with an educated population and this was understood by the founding fathers when the Constitution was written.

Liberty + Education = Prosperity IMHO.
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He's not gonna make it to 16 years old. Parents are actively killing their kid.
Not much different than parents feeding their obese kids 5000cals/day, imo.
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I took the liberty of changing your quote just a tad.

I completely agree, that being said, the gov should be there to protect against the abuses of liberty and to make sure citizen's rights are being protected. The ugly side of liberty is people will abuse it. We don't want a police state but we do want our freedom. It's the people who don't respect the laws that force the gov to have more power. That being said, one of the ways to protect the public from the abuse of liberty is to educate the public, hence free education for all. A true democracy can only exist with an educated population and this was understood by the founding fathers when the Constitution was written.

Liberty + Education = Prosperity IMHO.
"Knowledge is, in every country, the surest basis of public happiness." --George Washington, First Annual Message, 1790
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