Walmart shopper slaps crying child?

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    Two words here.."Get a Freeking baby sitter!!!" Is wal mart that important that you just have to have your spoiled little brat with you irritating everyone else? Kids are okay I guess, but they are better with ketchup on them tho!
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    My wife would have been 5' 105lbs of PO'd momma and would have given this mean old man all he wanted and more!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tangoseal View Post
    Plus OMG did you take a look at his mug wowsers hahaha
    To quote Harry Truman, "he looks like he was weaned on a pickle."

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    I heard that this am on my way to work. What a loser. He'll be spending some time in a cage to think just how screwed up he is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcher View Post
    A simple "tootsie-pop" would have kept him out of the clink.
    I like this idea. Maybe we all should add tootsie pops to our EDC.

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    Got me thinking about what I would do if I was a close witness to this. First, I would be pretty t'eed off at the mother for not controlling her child better. Second, I would of laid this guy out on the floor. There are just some things no one has a right to do and one is lay hands on anothers child. I am not suggesting the use of deadly force and my weapon whould never leave it's concealed holster but this guy would of ended up flat on his back.

    While it may end up costing me a pretty sum in legal fees, which I could live with, I don't think there would be a jury anywhere that would find my actions in defense of this child unreasonable.

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    I'm thinking the kid was crying because she could see his ugly mug. All he had to do is turn away.

    Who knows maybe the kid had an ear ache......how can you say the child is spoiled when there are lots of what ifs here....
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    Touch my kid(s) and things won't go good for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrLewall View Post
    Two words here.."Get a Freeking baby sitter!!!" Is wal mart that important that you just have to have your spoiled little brat with you irritating everyone else? Kids are okay I guess, but they are better with ketchup on them tho!
    Yeah right, pay a babysitter who knows how much for an hour of two so u can waste more money at WM.
    That babysitter $ is better spent on ammo.

    That just makes the trip twice as expensive. 4get that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saber View Post
    Hmm, I wonder how much flack I’ll catch from this… Ok, I can’t resist: I would never touch someone else’s child in this manner, although I have sure felt like it! I recall dating this really, really nice gal, but her children were soOoo poorly behaved that I lost respect for her, so that relationship became history.
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    Been there. I've actually intentionally not kept touch with a friend because they simply could not control their maniac child.

    But I'd never lay hands on someone else's child. I'd never slap my child in the face either, there are better ways to instill respect in a child.
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    It was a full moon.

    Obviously the guy is a scumbag.
    And...totally crazy to slap somebody elses kid these days.

    Though I DO believe that parents should at least attempt to control their children - especially in nice restaurants.

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    It was a long, long, long time ago, but I remember being a child, and I remember what my father told me if I acted up(at home or in public). It was something about if you scream like that again, I'll give you something to scream about.
    It was highly effective, so effective in fact that it was the same thing I started telling my daughter. Still effective, but she never screamed like that as a 2 year old baby. Maybe is bit of whining her and there when she was quite young, but never screaming. However if anybody ever threatens my child in public you can bet I will give them something to scream about. Go any further and assault my child and you will wish my father didn't raise me the way he did.
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    I have a grand daughter with some special needs. If she does start screaming we remove her from the store. However if someone starts hitting her I'll just echo the comments that it will not go well for them at all.

    The parents should have been more responsible, but still there was no justification for hitting someone else's child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aimhigh View Post


    If this happen to by girl..I will be in jail.......
    Yeah I would've had a very hard time not punching this guy out for slapping my daughter!

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    He slapped her repeatedly! Wow, I am trying to imagine what I would do if that happened to my kid. Personally I would have stopped this at the initial verbal confrontation and so he would have been warned. After that, he's got to ask himself, "Feeling lucky, punk?"
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