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    What a hateful and dangerous thing to do to a little boy. Hope the police come round and visit him.

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    Skatboarders..??

    Sounds kinda Japanese.

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    Scatboarding sounded fairly disgusting.

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    Dad's a kunt.

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    America?

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    What an arse.

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    Yeah, that's gonna instill confidence in the kid.

    What a dick of a parent. Racking my brains to think if I would know any dad that would do that to their kid...and the answer is NO.

    Can't wait for that Fluke dude to turn up and defend the parent.
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    Toughening him up or something, spare the rod.... et al.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    Toughening him up or something, spare the rod.... et al.
    Tell me you don't have kids

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    No. But should I have included a smiley?
    Last edited by kingwilly; 29-04-2014 at 06:44 AM.

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    Cat Stevens, Father and Son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peaches View Post
    Cat Stevens, Father and Son.
    I meant Cat's in the Cradle .

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    Dickish thing to do, but the kid's armored head to toe and probably ok...

    Definitely Child Protective Services should pay them a visit tho...

    From ABC News:

    A man who was caught kicking his son down a skateboard ramp has been banned from a Florida skate park temporarily after a video of the act taken by another skater went viral.
    The Florida Department of Children and Families is also looking into footage of the incident, which has elicited angry responses from the Internet and other parents who regularly skate with their children at Kona Skatepark in Jacksonville, Fla.
    “It kind of hits right here when you are a parent to see someone do that to a kid,” said one father, TJ Smith, who watched the footage later on his phone at the park. “That is somebody who got way too aggressive.”
    In the video, the child, who is about 6 years old, is seen hesitating with his skateboard near the top of the ramp. The father seemingly becomes impatient with his son and kicks him over the edge.
    It was another child, named Stephens, who confronted the father and demanded to know why he did it.
    “I asked him why is he doing this, and then he said ‘because he needs to learn,’” Stephens said. “I was like, ‘Pushing him down is not teaching him how to drop in.’”
    Although the boy was reportedly not injured and got back up to skate, according to onlookers, the park’s operator, Martin Ramos, said he warned the father not to come back for a while.
    “Unfortunately parents get so enthusiastic about their kids and their abilities and sometimes they take it a little too far,” Ramos said. “[The father] said he was just caught up in the moment, he seemed very remorseful, he certainly understands the gravity of the situation.”

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    Yo, rad moves Dad dood!!

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    There's only one way to make amends and restore the kid's love, buy him a gun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyBKK
    the kid's armored head to toe and probably ok...
    If I smashed you off your bike with a baseball bat you'd probably be ok too. Point is, it would be wrong of me to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Shagnastier View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TonyBKK
    the kid's armored head to toe and probably ok...
    If I smashed you off your bike with a baseball bat you'd probably be ok too. Point is, it would be wrong of me to do that.
    Which is why you probably ought to include my FULL quote, eh?

    Quote Originally Posted by TonyBKK View Post
    Dickish thing to do, but the kid's armored head to toe and probably ok...

    Definitely Child Protective Services should pay them a visit tho...

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