Where's your Sister

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    Where's your Sister



    I'm glad my kids never figured this out
    "Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"
    --Mayor Marion Barry, Washington , DC .

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    Oh boy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post


    Oh boy.....
    Just think that could be the future
    "Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"
    --Mayor Marion Barry, Washington , DC .

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    Wow! That was awesome. Glad it worked out. What a good boy telling mom where she was. You could see that mom didn't believe him and he had to show her a second time. My two year old son does a good job of informing me when his one year old sister is up to no good.
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    Doesn't seem like mom or dad was paying very close attention to their kids.
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    I wonder, after all that, did she get the toy she wanted?
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    It is sad that that is hilarious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CT-Mike View Post
    Doesn't seem like mom or dad was paying very close attention to their kids.
    No it doesn't does it.

    Besides the fact that the parents were willing to just leave the place with out their daughter, I guess they though she was outside. The parents need a belt just like the kid does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farronwolf View Post
    No it doesn't does it.

    Besides the fact that the parents were willing to just leave the place with out their daughter, I guess they though she was outside. The parents need a belt just like the kid does.
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    Kids do stupid things...right under your nose...that's why they call them kids.

    In my younger years, I would look at other people's children and say, "Hey, mine won't ever do that...I'll make sure of it."

    Years pass... ...

    Then we had two boys...never any trouble with the police, but they both gave the Mrs. and I a run for our money.

    Parents in the vid probably could have been a little more watchful, but be careful about what you say...if you haven't had your turn with a family yet...you too, could end up in a video.
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    I would not have believed it had I not seen the video...still I cannot believe it. How the heck did she get in there??? Well at least the girl has a drive, she sees what she wants and goes for it.
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    It looks like they may have been leaving a restaurant and while parents were paying bill kids walked over by machine and little girl "disappeared"
    "Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"
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    It took her less than 20 seconds to get all the way in there, those of you blaming the parents can say they never took eyes off the kids for 20 seconds? Somehow I find that VERY hard to believe.
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    I don't think it just boils down to them taking their eyes off of the kid for 20 seconds or so. I am pretty sure that all parents including me are guilty of that.

    The parents should have taught the kid better to start with. We never put those little latchy things on the kitchen or bath cabinets to keep ours out of them. He was taught not to get into things that wasn't his, and have never had a problem with it. In that same 20 seconds a person could have snatched the kid up, the kid could have gone into the parking lot and gotten hit by a car, or many other things much worse than getting stuck in a vending machine could have happened. You will also notice that when the parent tells the kid to get out or whatever the girl just continues to climb up into the stack of animals and lays there like, oh isn't this just fun, look at me mommy, smiling the whole time.

    When the parents walked past, the kids feet were clearly visible, and moving. It appears that this is in a restaurant, and yes the parents might have been paying the bill, but it only takes one to do that. I guess this does to go show that many folks walk around in condition white.

    This brings to mind parents that send their 4, 5, or 6 year old kids to the bathroom by themselves in restaurants because they are either to lazy or to hungry to get up and go with them.
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    I clicked the link and I guess the photo has changed. Y'all see the bear sign?

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