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#51 12 years ago
SilentHitz;3422508Did you read the whole article bro'? He had already been in alotta chit...they're trying to keep him from becoming a rebel, and winding up in prison.:D

Not really I just read bit's and peices... But being in shit for opening a chistmas present a bit early :rolleyes: If I were that kid I'd become a rebel and open more early X-mas gifts lol.




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#52 12 years ago
SilentHitz;3422508Did you read the whole article bro'? He had already been in alotta chit...they're trying to keep him from becoming a rebel, and winding up in prison.:D

Like i said, prison isn't the way to prevent him from being like that. With the correct parenting skill's, he'd be a good boy for christmas this year. Getting him a present for christmas was one mistake the parents made and putting it visible to the child is the next.

I could raise 20 i could :vikki:




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#53 12 years ago
Videoslave;3422582Not really I just read bit's and peices... But being in shit for opening a chistmas present a bit early :rolleyes: If I were that kid I'd become a rebel and open more early X-mas gifts lol.

Well, this kid has a big problem with "sticky fingers". He has a juvie record for shoplifting, and has stolen from his own family menbers. The whole incident wasn't just about opening a present early. If that was the ONLY thing the kid had done, I would say the parents over-reacted too...but the kid is on his way to becoming a thief, they have to try something to break him of that habit before he ends up in jail...at least they ARE trying. Maybe the kid still has a chance to change, I hope so.