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kids throwing rocks at truck.

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by bobwilson1977, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. Mar 16, 2009 at 11:36 AM
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    bobwilson1977

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    Well, not mine anyway. I was helping a neighbor who's old truck had a bad battery. I went with her to get a new one, stuck it in the truck, and was driving back home when we passed by a couple of 5 or 6 year old kids who started pelting the truck with rocks! What the hell! Needless to say the parents got a talking to from the owner.

    All I know is that my folks would've given me bloody hell had I done anything like that when I was little. Kids these days...
     
  2. Mar 16, 2009 at 11:42 AM
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    My wife and I were driving around in my Jeep looking for houses one day and this kid on the side of the road threw a rock deliberately at us. Nailed the side. I pulled over and got out ( i think the kid about shit his pants) and asked where his parents were. There was a neighbor outside and she started saying that he won't do it again (she probably thought i was going to kick his ass) After that I went on with my day, but what the hell is up with kids these days?
     
  3. Mar 16, 2009 at 11:45 AM
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    I'm an asshole...I'd prolly throw a rock back. and then go bawl the kids parents out for letting him play near the road un-supervised and the ding in my truck.
     
  4. Mar 16, 2009 at 11:48 AM
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    When I was a kid my friend threw somthing at a car while hiding in the bushes and the driver slammed on the breaks ran out the car and tackeled him down the side of a dirt hill he probaly never did that again LOL
     
  5. Mar 16, 2009 at 12:02 PM
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    On our way to a hockey game one time me and two buds were in riding with our coach and a couple of kids threw snoballs at our truck as we were driving down a hill. Well, coach slammed on the brakes and we bailed out and needless to say the little punks didn't get far!
     
  6. Mar 16, 2009 at 12:05 PM
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    My 5 year old son wouldn't get the opportunity to do something like that....Having said that, I got in trouble for vandalism when I was 7. When talking about a 5 or 6 year old, the questions need to be directed to the parents. I know of a couple(boys) in my son's pre-school class that make me wonder WTF.
     
  8. Mar 16, 2009 at 12:47 PM
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    Sorry but I loved throwing snowballs at cars when I was younger. Most people didn't care so we kept doing it until this one guy pulled out a shotgun. THEN we stopped.
     
  9. Mar 16, 2009 at 1:11 PM
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    ya i did the same thing, never got any guns pulled on us though :eek:
     
  10. Mar 16, 2009 at 1:16 PM
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    a kid shot my old truck (97 powerstroke f250) with a bb gun last year....the truck smoked like crazy so i went back the next day and he was laying under the leaves in the ditch with the same bbgun.....thats when i filled the lil turds lungs up with diesel smoke :thumbsup:
     
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    My detachment commander told us a story of when he was stationed in Germany. Couple of kids of whose parents were in the Airforce thought it would be funny to drop rocks from a bridge onto cars on the freeway. Well, they ended up killing a lady who was driving. Fromt what I know, the kids were prosecuted under German law and are serving a hefty sentence in a German prison.
     
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    It's not the kids these days it's the parents, most have no clue what parenting is about.
    Today the parenting is left up to the teenage daycare workers, then the preschool workers, then the kindergarten teachers, then the elementary school teachers and so on.

    We lost any form of true punishment and accountability when someone first came up with the phrase "Time Out"
     
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    I was rolling some apples under car wheels one time, trying to time it so they'd get squashed. One car stopped, looked at me and I nearly sh@t myself. This was about as bad a boy as I ever was!
     
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    That's the truth.
     
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    if I ever find some dog turds in my yard and the dog owner happens to be driving by, you can believe that he'll have some turds on his truck. Those little dachsand poops are small enough to hide in the grass, but big enough to get stuck on my shoes.
     
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    I was no angel either. I remember going to a Halloween party when I was 13 and setting up things in the street for people to run over. We put lots of bottles of kool-aid, Halloween candy, and sticks all over the place. A few cars stopped and were pretty pissed.

    The worst thing I did was at the same kid's house, but it was sort of an accident. My friend's Uncle gave him a set of golf clubs and a box of golf balls. Kind of a dumb idea since he lived in a subdivision. But we were out in his front yard hitting golf balls as hard as we could ( ya I know- stupid!) But anyway, I hit one pretty hard and it hit a van going by and put a pretty nice ding in it. The guy didn't care since it was a crappy company van already full of dents, but he told us to stop being retards.
     
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    I was a menace as a kid. :cool: One day my cousin and I were up in a tree. He had an egg with him and he climbed onto a branch that overlooked a county road. He let it go onto a passing car. Well the car was a State Trooper. :eek: Needless to say the Trooper was not amused. He told us to get down from the tree. Then he dragged us by our ears and threw us in the back of the car and took us home. The trooper was one of my father's best friends and I got one heck of a whooping that night. So did my cousin. Lesson learned..
     
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    One winter I recall me and my friends throwing snowballs at school busses. It got old and we stopped. I can't remember if we threw rocks at cars. I remember one of my friends threw a boulder through a city bus window. He meant to hit the side of the bus, but nailed the glass on the rear door.

    Yeah...we're stupid, and looking back we should have gotten our asses beaten.
     
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    Yeah i hate when kids do this. One day when i was leaving bible study at a friends house, some of the lil punks thought it would be funny to nail my trucks with gravel. One of em left a considerable ding in my tailgate. Lets just say that if i wasnt 18, I would a laid em out.
     
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    We were driving in my wifes car one day and there was 3 punk ass kids that threw rocks in front of us....one hit the car so i stopped.

    they ran around back while i knocked on the door....i told the dad and attempted to show him the ding, but he didnt give a shit. we got into a heated argument bc all he said was..."kids will be kids...get over it.."

    I responded by walking away, picking up a rock and threw it 95 mph into the side of his bmw. he just stood there speechless as i drove off.
     
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