Since: Nov 12

United States

#21 Dec 14, 2012
Hmmm wrote:
<quoted text> u call this an unfortunate incident? Ur just as stupid as the kid! Of course u would defend him ur his auntie! He needs to be dealt with the correct way show these kids that u can't be joking about something like this! It's a serious matter! Maybe he needs medical attention! He does drink alcohol! Just saying!!!! The apd and the aisd will probably just let it go as usual!!!!
and they will because he is a prep high school jock higher class...
Special Ed Instructor

United States

#22 Dec 14, 2012
auntie wrote:
<quoted text>
You poor soul, I guess you must be a righteous chosen one that has never done a stupid thing or taken an ounce of alchohol in your life because of your perfection. I know the errors of my ways and my shortcomings as a youth paved the way of making me a better person. Insulting me does not matter, the pain he has inflicted on himself by being young and foolish does. You don't know me and the things the Lord has dealt my way, yet you have the arrogance to judge me.
Yeah use the lord as a shield. He is going up on charges. Better send him plenty of soap on a rope!!!

Maybe the dumb*ss will learn since you didn't teach him.

Since: Nov 12

United States

#23 Dec 14, 2012
Jail Bait wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll help explain this to you auntie: there are consequences to your actions.
I know quite a few people who have made stupid mistakes, but still there are consequences to their actions. Creating panic and chaos is a devils errand.
and what he did was play into the Devils Game creating this big mess...
auntie

Alice, TX

#24 Dec 14, 2012
24-7 wrote:
<quoted text>
Well gosh darn lady, you hate your kids too?? Dang, that's just sad. You obviously hate life. Anyway, by him saying he hates AHS, then going on to say "let's just kill all the teachers" go hand in hand. In fact, it's worse because he has already admitted to "hating the school" therefore giving him the ammo to follow through on his "Joke of a threat". I understand the family will protect him and speak for him but that's not something you joke about. I'm sorry Auntie, but he deserves to be punished for that whether he was joking or not. That's why these kids shouldn't post crap like that and not expect any ramifications from it. First the MIP situation and now this, SMH.
Are you kidding me, I said I always said, not that I really did? I love my parents, my daughters and my job, but sometimes stess takes the better of you. No body is saying that his joke was right, only that he acted foolishly.

Since: Nov 12

United States

#25 Dec 14, 2012
auntie wrote:
<quoted text>
You are absolutely right, but he posted the tweet yesterday and had no knowlegde of what was going to happen today in Connecticut.
it doesnt matter that he posted the tweet yesterday... he posted it regardless and its so very wrong... what if it was another student u would feel different otherwise...
auntie

Alice, TX

#26 Dec 14, 2012
Special Ed Instructor wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah use the lord as a shield. He is going up on charges. Better send him plenty of soap on a rope!!!
Maybe the dumb*ss will learn since you didn't teach him.
My daughter is special ed, I hope she had an instructor that tolerated her shortcomings and did not speak like you.
Minnie

Alice, TX

#27 Dec 14, 2012
Well your nephew did prove one thing during this whole situation, it shows what kind of idiot our high school principal is...and there are gonna be a lot of parents pissed about the uproar your nephew causes...our junior and senior class got the heat from the principal today when the anger should have been focused on your nephew.
Special Ed Instructor

United States

#28 Dec 14, 2012
auntie wrote:
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My daughter is special ed, I hope she had an instructor that tolerated her shortcomings and did not speak like you.
I bet you would have been all over this like stink on Sh*t if some turd threatened to do the same thing with special ed kids.
Parentaswell

Ballwin, MO

#29 Dec 14, 2012
Minnie wrote:
Well your nephew did prove one thing during this whole situation, it shows what kind of idiot our high school principal is...and there are gonna be a lot of parents pissed about the uproar your nephew causes...our junior and senior class got the heat from the principal today when the anger should have been focused on your nephew.
Agree!

Auntie, cry to someone who cares, because we don't!
auntie

Alice, TX

#30 Dec 14, 2012
Special Ed Instructor wrote:
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I bet you would have been all over this like stink on Sh*t if some turd threatened to do the same thing with special ed kids.
I would have been sick from my stomach with fear. Her foot was broken once in school, she does not speak so she could not tell me why she was crying, I cried because of her pain and dedicated my time to her, not to the offender.
OhReally

Alice, TX

#31 Dec 14, 2012
auntie wrote:
<quoted text>
I would have been sick from my stomach with fear. Her foot was broken once in school, she does not speak so she could not tell me why she was crying, I cried because of her pain and dedicated my time to her, not to the offender.
Mother Theresa, give it a fucking break already. The kid, regardless of who he "belongs" to, committed a felony. The tweets are evidence.

All criminals are fools, but foolishness is not an excuse to break the law.

Did he break the law? Yes, he did. Should he be charged and tried? Yes, he should and will be. Is there evidence to prove the charges/allegations? Yes, there is.

It's a simple thing, auntie. Accept it. If you do the crime, you do the time.

I will be advocating his prosecution to the district attorney.
Special Ed Instructor

United States

#32 Dec 14, 2012
auntie wrote:
<quoted text>
I would have been sick from my stomach with fear. Her foot was broken once in school, she does not speak so she could not tell me why she was crying, I cried because of her pain and dedicated my time to her, not to the offender.
You mean the school attacked her?

Which ever way you want to try to twist this, he did wrong and will suffer the consequences for it. He is no different that the rest of us and shouldn't get special privileges because he is related to you.
Family friend

Lampasas, TX

#33 Dec 14, 2012
auntie wrote:
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You poor soul, I guess you must be a righteous chosen one that has never done a stupid thing or taken an ounce of alchohol in your life because of your perfection. I know the errors of my ways and my shortcomings as a youth paved the way of making me a better person. Insulting me does not matter, the pain he has inflicted on himself by being young and foolish does. You don't know me and the things the Lord has dealt my way, yet you have the arrogance to judge me.
. So true I agree with Auntie! He may be 18 but it was a mistake made by a 18 yr old high school student still trying to cope with early adulthood! He is genuinely a good kid but made a bad decision. We all have! He is just being used as an example that's why the principal waited so long to take action! We love u Oscar, keep ur head up Mijo and know that we all make mistakes and we can only learn from them!

Since: Nov 12

United States

#34 Dec 14, 2012
OhReally wrote:
<quoted text>
Mother Theresa, give it a fucking break already. The kid, regardless of who he "belongs" to, committed a felony. The tweets are evidence.
All criminals are fools, but foolishness is not an excuse to break the law.AMEN!!!!
Did he break the law? Yes, he did. Should he be charged and tried? Yes, he should and will be. Is there evidence to prove the charges/allegations? Yes, there is.
It's a simple thing, auntie. Accept it. If you do the crime, you do the time.AMEN!!!
I will be advocating his prosecution to the district attorney.
AMEN!!!
Family friend

Lampasas, TX

#35 Dec 14, 2012
Parentaswell wrote:
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Agree!
Auntie, cry to someone who cares, because we don't!
Parentaswell, obviously u too are a parent, ask urself how would u feel if this was ur son or daughter? We try teach our children right from wrong, but as u know we can only pray that they make the right decisions! Please put urself in his parents situation before u judge this young man!
Special Ed Instructor

United States

#36 Dec 14, 2012
Family friend wrote:
<quoted text>. So true I agree with Auntie! He may be 18 but it was a mistake made by a 18 yr old high school student still trying to cope with early adulthood! He is genuinely a good kid but made a bad decision. We all have! He is just being used as an example that's why the principal waited so long to take action! We love u Oscar, keep ur head up Mijo and know that we all make mistakes and we can only learn from them!
It has already been stated numerous times, that if you do the crime, you do the time. That is the basis for laws: to insure the safety of the masses.

I have kids and one just turned 18. He too is dealing with being an adult, but not once has he made threats or acted out....even with everything that he had to endure being with his mother.

Now with what you stated, if what he did was ok or just a mistake that should make it ok for everyone else to do the same. Can you imagine a world like that?

Since: Nov 12

United States

#37 Dec 14, 2012
Family friend wrote:
<quoted text>. So true I agree with Auntie! He may be 18 but it was a mistake made by a 18 yr old high school student still trying to cope with early adulthood! He is genuinely a good kid but made a bad decision. We all have! He is just being used as an example that's why the principal waited so long to take action! We love u Oscar, keep ur head up Mijo and know that we all make mistakes and we can only learn from them!
WTF If it was a lower class student like from the herritage gangster kid or and emo child skater kid or just sum bookwork computer geek they would have been in really deep trouble to the fullest extinct...but these high class students with no respect because they are dressed better and with mall shoes. Man they are no different and are the worst..

Since: Nov 12

United States

#38 Dec 14, 2012
Family friend wrote:
<quoted text>Parentaswell, obviously u too are a parent, ask urself how would u feel if this was ur son or daughter? We try teach our children right from wrong, but as u know we can only pray that they make the right decisions! Please put urself in his parents situation before u judge this young man!
it doesn't matter he committed a crime!
Special Ed Instructor

United States

#39 Dec 14, 2012
Family friend wrote:
<quoted text>Parentaswell, obviously u too are a parent, ask urself how would u feel if this was ur son or daughter? We try teach our children right from wrong, but as u know we can only pray that they make the right decisions! Please put urself in his parents situation before u judge this young man!
Well it seems he should learn now since he evidently didn't before. What I don't see too much around here is the traditional values that you find along the border towns where a family member gets disowned for disgracing the family name.

Since: Nov 12

Ballwin, MO

#41 Dec 14, 2012
What that child needs is a good damn spanking from mommyand daddy

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