hope theyve saved up money for the years of therapy that their child will need in the future
No doubt! I have a strong, well adjusted nephew of 25 who is scared SPITLESS of "Chucky" dolls. His sisters scared him with one as a kid..... This young man is as fearless as they come in every other area of his life but it's like a phobia for him. He will NOT be around one of those dolls.
We've cast the world, we've set the stage, for what could be, the darkest age... “This is like playing poker with a guy who cheated you twice before. You know who does that, a moron.
Don't speak to me of "peace" while you are sharpening your blades.
Posted 20 May 2012 - 02:12 PM
So..paying someone to leave threatening notes to someone is supposed to be "funny" yet by all intents and purposes, it would otherwise be a crime regardless of intent?
Bizarre. I fail to see how this sort of twistedness would be funny. Certainly not to the person involved, this is clearly only for the "entertainment" of the "adults".
How is stalking anyone now considered "funny"?? What a peculiar society.
If someone did this to another, making threats -baseless or not- they'd be in trouble in a split second and their defense of "I was only kidding" won't cut it.
Sorry, I see nothing funny about this. (actually, I'm not sorry one bit!)