Where do the kids get it?

Where do the kids get it?

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EWO

Saint Francisville, LA

#1 Apr 18, 2012
I have a child in the high school and another who will be there soon enough. My high schooler told me that so many kids are drinking and smoking.

When I was in high school back in the dark ages it was easy to get beer and smokes. But the legal age for booze was 18 back then and almost anyone could buy smokes.

But where do the kids buy beer and cigarettes now? Or is it that parents allow the obvious theft of their own supplies?

Since: Jul 10

United States

#2 Apr 19, 2012
EWO wrote:
I have a child in the high school and another who will be there soon enough. My high schooler told me that so many kids are drinking and smoking.
When I was in high school back in the dark ages it was easy to get beer and smokes. But the legal age for booze was 18 back then and almost anyone could buy smokes.
But where do the kids buy beer and cigarettes now? Or is it that parents allow the obvious theft of their own supplies?
It may not be theft at all. I think that the general public would be very surprised to know that some parents allow the use of these items and buy them for their kids.
I have found that modern parents aren't as watchful or caring as parents of the past. I know that I will probably be pounded for this statement, but it is what I observe on a daily basis.
anoymous

Pride, LA

#3 Sep 3, 2012
They get older kids to buy it for them.
A younger mother

Saint Francisville, LA

#4 Sep 4, 2012
My child is way younger then yours but I think I would rather buy my child cigarettes and drinks rather them getting it from who knows who or where they would have to stay at my house and or give me there keys. Just saying
Fact

Saint Francisville, LA

#5 Sep 4, 2012
A younger mother wrote:
My child is way younger then yours but I think I would rather buy my child cigarettes and drinks rather them getting it from who knows who or where they would have to stay at my house and or give me there keys. Just saying
So do you intend to buy these for you kids?
blonde

Denham Springs, LA

#6 Sep 4, 2012
EWO wrote:
I have a child in the high school and another who will be there soon enough. My high schooler told me that so many kids are drinking and smoking.

When I was in high school back in the dark ages it was easy to get beer and smokes. But the legal age for booze was 18 back then and almost anyone could buy smokes.

But where do the kids buy beer and cigarettes now? Or is it that parents allow the obvious theft of their own supplies?
they give old black men $10 to buy it for them
HGT43

United States

#7 Sep 4, 2012
A younger mother wrote:
My child is way younger then yours but I think I would rather buy my child cigarettes and drinks rather them getting it from who knows who or where they would have to stay at my house and or give me there keys. Just saying
You are WAY MORE than simply a "younger mother". You have also earned the title of being a "younger idiot". May someone with good sense assist in the rearing your children. Just saying.....
SOB1

United States

#9 Sep 4, 2012
Oh yeah, and ( Young Mother ) sounds like she is still one of those 16-18 groups. Look where the booze got you honey.
When you grow up you will understand what it means to raise a child. I hope it's not too late for you.
anoymous

Pride, LA

#10 Sep 4, 2012
I waited until I was 18 until I started purchasing cigarettes. I would smoke occasionally with older friends but never purchased them. Kids should wait. And stop asking random strangers to buy them. It gets old having younger friends from highschool run up in the store and ask.
ya boy

Denham Springs, LA

#11 Sep 6, 2012
It's so easy to get them. So hush please. And do the elend keller and talk with YO HIPS! SON! EAST SIDE!
NO boy

United States

#12 Sep 6, 2012
ya boy wrote:
It's so easy to get them. So hush please. And do the elend keller and talk with YO HIPS! SON! EAST SIDE!
You need to smoke and drink, quite heavily. Just think how much you are impressing your friends. Just ask elend keller.
yes boy.

New Roads, LA

#13 Sep 6, 2012
Well when u think about it the more you shelter your kids the more they want to do the bad things. Let them get it out of their system. It worked well for me!
SOB1

United States

#14 Sep 6, 2012
[QUOTE who="yes boy. "]Well when u think about it the more you shelter your kids the more they want to do the bad things. Let them get it out of their system. It worked well for me![/QUOTE]

I guess we all forget about Dustin Ellis.
What happened there?
yes boy.

Denham Springs, LA

#15 Sep 7, 2012
SOB1 wrote:
[QUOTE who="yes boy. "]Well when u think about it the more you shelter your kids the more they want to do the bad things. Let them get it out of their system. It worked well for me!"

I guess we all forget about Dustin Ellis.
What happened there?
who dat?

Woodsman_1

Since: Jul 10

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#16 Sep 7, 2012
blonde wrote:
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they give old black men $10 to buy it for them
LOL! You are wiser than most.
...been goin' on since the seventies...
lololol

Denham Springs, LA

#17 Sep 7, 2012
Who all tool shots?
SOB1

United States

#18 Sep 8, 2012
[QUOTE who="yes boy. "]<quoted text>who dat?[/QUOTE]

He is the boy who was drinking at a party a few years back and killed 3 girls in a car wreck. They were all under age.
ya boy ya

Denham Springs, LA

#19 Sep 8, 2012
Oh no :( not good :(
nunya!!!

Saint Francisville, LA

#20 Sep 8, 2012
@sob1

I just want to get one thing straight and for the record. Your Dustin Ellis was NOT at a party and did not just kill 3 young girls. He was at Blue Bayou all day (8-10 hrs) and drove to Wakefield to drop off his friend who's ride left early. On the way home he fell asleep at the wheel and veered into a side rails that killed his girlfriend, sister and sisters best friend. I am not close to this person but do know the story very well. I don't think it's fair to assume that just because someone is dubbed a not so upstanding citizen that when and ACCIDENT happens its assumed to be someone's fault bc of of irresponsibility. My best friend took MANY wrong paths and made MANY mistakes in her life and DIED all bc she was on her way to get a dryer plug that worked at her new house. To think of all the ways she could have died bc of wrong choices but she died doing a thing that any normal joe blow would do is crazy. It made her life and death for me more valuable bc she was being a regular citizen of the world and I couldn't blame her or be angry towards her. I'm just thankful that I was able to talk to her and hear her tell me she loved me only hours before. So before you post ridiculous assumptions KNOW THE REAL STORY!!!
oooo

United States

#21 Sep 9, 2012
[QUOTE who="nunya!!!"]@sob1
I just want to get one thing straight and for the record. Your Dustin Ellis was NOT at a party and did not just kill 3 young girls. He was at Blue Bayou all day (8-10 hrs) and drove to Wakefield to drop off his friend who's ride left early. On the way home he fell asleep at the wheel and veered into a side rails that killed his girlfriend, sister and sisters best friend. I am not close to this person but do know the story very well. I don't think it's fair to assume that just because someone is dubbed a not so upstanding citizen that when and ACCIDENT happens its assumed to be someone's fault bc of of irresponsibility. My best friend took MANY wrong paths and made MANY mistakes in her life and DIED all bc she was on her way to get a dryer plug that worked at her new house. To think of all the ways she could have died bc of wrong choices but she died doing a thing that any normal joe blow would do is crazy. It made her life and death for me more valuable bc she was being a regular citizen of the world and I couldn't blame her or be angry towards her. I'm just thankful that I was able to talk to her and hear her tell me she loved me only hours before. So before you post ridiculous assumptions KNOW THE REAL STORY!!![/QUOTE]
I think the point they were trying to make was the fact that this guy was the direct reason for 3 girls to lose their lives because if he knew he was too tired to drive he could have called someone, pulled over for coffee, something! Youre saying its ok to get behind the wheel tired with three passengers and just say, well im tired so ill just take me a nap right now on the way home...ur crazy!!! But the most horrible part of it all is the amount of remorse and respect he showed to the whole town after the fact...none!!. He hosted party's at his house while still on house arrest, and once free to get behind a wheel again he was hitting every bar in town drinking and driving and still doing the same to this day. Not saying if u take three lives and get away with it u should sit in a dark room in your house for eternity but you should still show a little respect to the community by not getting in trouble constantly afterwards. Especially after escaping a possible life sentence for what he did.

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