Call the LEO's, or Not!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by carver, Jul 8, 2012.

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Call the LEO's, or Not!

Poll closed Jul 18, 2012.
  1. YES

    7 vote(s)
    17.9%
  2. NO

    32 vote(s)
    82.1%
  1. carver

    carver Moderator

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  2. gun runner

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    Nothing wrong with that, as long as it wasnt alot
  3. carver

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    Police report says about 4oz of liquid in the cup.
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    My dad used to give us a little wine when we were really hyper late at night, it wasn't very often a few times a year maybe. But there was a kid that I knew that was allowed to drink as much as he wanted and was drunk most of the time, until child protective services took him away when he was 6. Opps, I forgot, No I wouldn't call.
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  5. ryan42

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    When are kids were teething I used to put JackDaniels on my finger and rubbit on there gumms and it worked great but i would never give a kid alchohol to drink ever.
  6. gdmoody

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    There are too many people butting into people's business. If the lady wanted to give her kid a little beer, leave her alone and let her do it. *%&#^#% nosie busy bodies!!
  7. gun runner

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    Well said! :thumbsup:
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    Thats not even enough to intoxicate a lab rat
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    Agreed!
  10. carver

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    Mr. Moody, I could not have said it better! The News was asking people on the street, the only comment reported was that they all would call the cops. If they had interviewed me, I would have said no, don't call the cops, it's no ones business but the parents. But they would not have aired that! Y'all remember now that our Government is encouraging us to report our neighbors if we think they are up to something!
  11. wv hillbilly

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    i agree 100% :thumbsup:
    had to be a liberal that called
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  12. cycloneman

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    WE GOT SH** STANES ON OUR CONSTITUTION BY THE BIG BLACK BABY IN OFFICE AND NO BODY CALL ING THE COPS ON HIM. GEE HOW ****** UP A WORLD WE LIVE IN.

    YOU KNOW HOW BABIES ARE THEY, SO SHE TRIED TO PACIFY HER KID SO WHAT.

    PEOPLE SUCK
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    To many looking at what OTHERS do when they should be more worrie at what their OWn affiars are. Moody is dead on. We have become a state of tattle tales and know it alls. IF it is not enough to harm the kid, then it is the kid's PARNTS own right and business. Same with smoking bans, seat belts, as well as any or all so called "public safty" or "morality" laws. Commons sense and morality begins in home and NOT with some damn busy body or the liberal media we have in this country.
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    I will consider her a true patriot
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    This is what happens when other folks think they are better that you. :mad:

    My Dad told me the 1st thing he tasted after he was born was coffee with cream and sugar in it. So what?
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    Regarding this incident, I don't think so. \To me it's the same as someone spanking their child in public, its their business.

    As I was leaving Costco today a truck backed out and hit another parked car. The driver got out, looked at the other car and left. I was a little astonished. I wrote the license number down and left it on the other car. 2 other people asked me if I got the number and I said yes.

    I didn't call the cops because I didn't know if the car was damaged. I did get a call from the local LEO asking what I had seen, so someone is in trouble.
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    Daddy used to put both Falstaff and Dr Pepper in my baby bottle (not at the same time, of course). I turned out all right.

    :D
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    I ahd my first taste of Vodka when I was 3. Dad left his glass on the coffee table to help mom with something. I probably thought it was water. After if it is good enough for dad it is good enough for me.
    Not only no but HE77 NO.
    Keep your bloddy nose out of my business unless I am truly doing something that threatens the immediate public.

    BTW. Who is the lone dissenting vote. Why haven't they posted to defend their position?
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  19. 76Highboy

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    No I would not. I gave my daughter beer when she was 6. Matter of fact I was working on my fathers van when I was letting her have some. About 10 minutes later she was asleep in the front passenger seat and then I realized she drank what was left.
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  20. hunter29180

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    well I will defend MY yes vote..if 2, 12 oz beers will make you legaly drunk and you weigh 180-200 lbs then just what do you think 4 oz will do to a 25 lb kid? at 2 years old allowing him to have that much is irresponsible. we All talk about being responsible with our firearms. but you are advocating being IRESPONSIBLE in caring for a child? if this parent is giving beer to a 2 yr old in public, just what do you think is happening at home?
    next you will say its ok to drink and drive or go hunting, shooting and everything else!

    I drink some but never get drunk, did that when I was younger, lost a few DEAR FRIENDS TO THE BOTTLE, I learned from their deaths. My kids will tell you, its ok to have a drink, but getting drunk is just stupid. they all were allowed to have a taste AT HOME in controlled conditions. they did not to my knowlege drink in public till they were 18.(not saying they didnt, boys will be boys)

    OK FLAME AWAY!!
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