mom

Pittsburgh, PA

#21 May 3, 2013
Concerned dad really, press charges you sre a moron. She didnt get the alcohol from the Jones she brought it to the Jones with her. So dont you think reaper37 should be charged. The jones didnt supply north did they force her to drink. And concerned dad I bet your kid is an angel too. Lol
curious

Charleston, WV

#22 May 3, 2013
Wow!! I find the people on this post bashing the parents who hosted the party comical!! If the parents gathered all of the keys then the parents were looking out for the best interest of the kids. They did not buy the alcohol or force any kid to drink alcohol. And the last time I checked prom age kids know right from wrong and parents are well aware of things that go on after prom. If you are so concerned now...maybe just maybe you should not have let your child go to prom. Most kids are going to at least try alcohol...it's a statistic..look it up...that doesn't mean they are bad kids nor the parents...but instead of wanting to blame someone for you child's choice to open her mouth and swallow the alcohol, I would be thankful she was in an environment where parents were there to take the keys.

Since: Nov 11

Location hidden

#23 May 3, 2013
Reaper37 wrote:
If you two geniuses would read my post, I took up for the Jones family! However, my child stated that whomever hosted the party knew of the alcohol! I didn't post on here to bash anyone, I posted in order to find out who allowed my child, regardless of her issues, and other underage kids to drink alcohol.....which is morally wrong and illegal! Glass houses, really?
Your child chose to drink.....like the part about "regardless of her issues" sounds like you have some "issues" of your own. Hope it doesn't turn out to be another Steubenville
curious

Mckeesport, PA

#24 May 4, 2013
Reaper37 You start by acting like you do not know who had this party or where it was. Then you say You confronted the parents. Sounds like someone is trying to start trouble for responsible parents that took control over a potentially fatal situation. next time i hope someone calls the police on your daughter so they can issue her a ticket for underage drinking. Let the punishment fit the crime.
concerned_dad

Princeton, WV

#25 May 4, 2013
I absolutely think the kids should've been ticketed for underage drinking. Consequences aren't a bad thing.

Since: Nov 12

Hurricane, WV

#26 May 4, 2013
Curious, read the posts! It states who allowed the kids to drink! I'm not here to argue with people. I posted in order to find out information and I did!
Cheer up

United States

#27 May 4, 2013
calm down Todd lol
hi

Chesapeake, OH

#28 May 4, 2013
So you're telling me that none of you all drank after your proms? Lemme guess this thread is full of losers who didn't even go lol. It's a PROM AFTER PARTY. If you're naive enough to think kids aren't gonna drink, you're just as responsible as whoever provided the alcohol and that is a fact.
fah-q

Chesapeake, OH

#29 May 4, 2013
hi wrote:
So you're telling me that none of you all drank after your proms? Lemme guess this thread is full of losers who didn't even go lol. It's a PROM AFTER PARTY. If you're naive enough to think kids aren't gonna drink, you're just as responsible as whoever provided the alcohol and that is a fact.
I don't give a rat's who drank & who didn't. Don't even have a kid that's prom age, but "hi"'s post made absolutely no sense. Sounds like you've been hitting the sauce like you're delinquent children.
CMHS Student

Prichard, WV

#30 May 10, 2013
I know very many people that went and the cops were nice about. Almost every high school kid does at least one wrong thing. I went to a party last year and drunk and had my dad come pick me up. Kids do this stuff. Does it really matter? Get over it.

Since: Nov 12

Hurricane, WV

#31 May 11, 2013
It does matter! Not only does it normalize the idea that adults think that it's ok for kids to drink, but it also is ILLEGAL. It's called Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor! What if, just for the sake of arguing, one kid kept his/her keys and decided, after a few beers, that they wanted to leave? What if just for the sake of arguing, they along with some other kids get into a vehicle and head out onto the road?
curious

Charleston, WV

#32 May 11, 2013
Reaper37 wrote:
It does matter! Not only does it normalize the idea that adults think that it's ok for kids to drink, but it also is ILLEGAL. It's called Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor! What if, just for the sake of arguing, one kid kept his/her keys and decided, after a few beers, that they wanted to leave? What if just for the sake of arguing, they along with some other kids get into a vehicle and head out onto the road?
Lets hope they are smart enough not too but it is their decision. It was my understanding the parents didnt supply the alcohol? Am I wrong? Teach your child about the dangers and consequences of drinking because I assure you, this is not her last encounter with it.
Tired of the Drama

Saint Albans, WV

#33 May 11, 2013
Wake up people. You can teach your kids the consequences but they are still kids. This means they don't make the right decisions and people shouldn't be making excuses for them. I get the fact that the parents didn't provide the alcohol but as soon as they became aware, they should have called the other parents. By not doing so, they could put themselves in a vulnerable situation.
yeah

Princeton, WV

#34 May 11, 2013
Tired of the Drama wrote:
Wake up people. You can teach your kids the consequences but they are still kids. This means they don't make the right decisions and people shouldn't be making excuses for them. I get the fact that the parents didn't provide the alcohol but as soon as they became aware, they should have called the other parents. By not doing so, they could put themselves in a vulnerable situation.
AGREE!

Since: Nov 12

Hurricane, WV

#35 May 11, 2013
Hey Curious, "lets hope their smart enough not too, but if they do its their decision," you're right, lets hope their decision doesn't cause them to barrel into your family at 75 MPH killing nearly everyone in the car and turning everyone else into vegetables! Do ppl like you really exist?
curious

Charleston, WV

#36 May 12, 2013
Reaper37 wrote:
Hey Curious, "lets hope their smart enough not too, but if they do its their decision," you're right, lets hope their decision doesn't cause them to barrel into your family at 75 MPH killing nearly everyone in the car and turning everyone else into vegetables! Do ppl like you really exist?
Yes, I do exist. And yes, I hope your above scenario never happens. Simply stating, the teens made a poor decision....it happens...it's a part of life. You know...the growing process? Make mistakes and hopefully learn from them. Not a hard concept. You are simply making a bigger deal out of this that what it should be. Hopefully they learned a lesson and this will be their only experience with alcohol. My son is still in elementary school...so I don't know any of the parties involved. But I do work with teens and I see everyday just how society is. If this is all your child does, consider yourself lucky.
please answer

Pittsburgh, PA

#37 May 12, 2013
Reaper37 your daughter is obviously hiding alot from you. She lied about staying at a friends, snuck out, went to a party without your permission and drank. You are blaming the Jones for controlling the enviroment of their son when you have no control of your daughter. What was her punishment? Is she still friends with the girl who went with her? What about the girl's home they snuck out of? They are irresponsible morons. Keep track of your own daughter and out of a good responsible patents . The jones did not supply alcohol and controlled it. You have no control not even of Hannah and Breanna

Since: Nov 12

Branchland, WV

#38 May 12, 2013
Folks this thread is not about my daughter! Yes she got one over on me, but those that facilitated the party are adults! They should be held to higher standards then that of 15 and 16 year olds.
gambler

Houston, TX

#39 May 12, 2013
i bet some of them even had s3x. do not be naive enough to think your kids are not having s3x. how do you like that? i bet they will blame having s3x on being drunk!
gambler

Houston, TX

#40 May 12, 2013
Reaper37 wrote:
Folks this thread is not about my daughter! Yes she got one over on me, but those that facilitated the party are adults! They should be held to higher standards then that of 15 and 16 year olds.
would the adults be held responsible if anyone there had s3x? if someone got pregnant there, would the adults be responsible for that too? would the adults be responsible for child support of the baby conceived at that party? get a grip reaper, you are grasping at straws and splitting hairs. it is about the actions of your kid. personally, i would make sure that my kids summer was spent at home with no internet and cell phone. i bet $$ your kid still has internet and cell phone huh?

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