Rescuers Free Boy Stuck in Washer

Rescuers Free Boy Stuck in Washer

There are 111 comments on the Newsday story from Feb 5, 2008, titled Rescuers Free Boy Stuck in Washer. In it, Newsday reports that:

Talk about an oversized load: A 4-year-old boy got stuck when he climbed into his family's top-loading washing machine, and firefighters had to use a metal cutter to slice into the appliance to get him out.

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Those were the days

Dallas, TX

#112 Feb 8, 2008
Latina Girl wrote:
This happened at a store. The parents of this 4-year old boy should not hav eleft him to wander by himself. Ther are pedophiles, kidnapper,s and just play crazy and/or nasty folks out there.
I hope teh store has a signs reminding parents to midn tehir children while in the store and I hope that parents have to pay for the machine. This may be teh only way they will learn their lesson... Do Not Leave Kids Alone!!!
And most of all do not push Post Comment without using spell check you blithering idiot.
Bugs

New York, NY

#113 Feb 8, 2008
TRY THAT HERE KID wrote:
I'd like to see the little schnook try that in our Fisher & Paykel washer. It can get up to 1100 RPM on fast-spin.
Oh, and as for men vs. women -- we all have our roles to play. Men are better at technical things, however. As proof, I offer that the only woman ever to achieve fame as a pilot did so BECAUSE THEY NEVER FOUND HER BODY...
What a stupid, uninformed, and blatantly false thing to say. Amelia Earhart was hugely famous long before she disappeared.

But I guess you've got your misogynistic agenda to push, don't you? Go suck a di ck.
The Public Square

Wales, MA

#114 Feb 8, 2008
Janaskopic wrote:
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THREAD!!!!
Wow. Puerile, "got-you-last", absolutely museum quality playground behavior, and VERY funny. 1000 points!!!

If this be going down the Rabbit-Hole, I am right behind you, thus-

1. STRING. STRING. STRING. STRING. STRING.
2. Jehovah, Jehovah, Jehovah!!!(Life of Brian joke, NOT anti-semitic!!, actually about the power of words.

Yup, guilty, unbelievably obnoxious on my part. Dare me to misspell Peccavi?
mister hard driver

Huntington, NY

#115 Feb 8, 2008
TRY THAT HERE KID wrote:
I'd like to see the little schnook try that in our Fisher & Paykel washer. It can get up to 1100 RPM on fast-spin.
Oh, and as for men vs. women -- we all have our roles to play. Men are better at technical things, however. As proof, I offer that the only woman ever to achieve fame as a pilot did so BECAUSE THEY NEVER FOUND HER BODY...
ever hear of Jackie Cochran?-- great female flyer. in germany they have a holiday on November 9th called inventor's day -- after hedy lamarr's birthday. not only a good actress, and a hot babe, but she also invented a technology called spread spectrum frequency hopping still in use today in wireless systems.
madame curie -- physicist?
GOV LAPETOMANE

Orlando, FL

#116 Feb 9, 2008
mister hard driver wrote:
<quoted text> in germany they have a holiday on November 9th called inventor's day -- after hedy lamarr's birthday.
That's HEDLEY!
RACE

Boca Raton, FL

#117 Feb 10, 2008
ARTICLE!!!
If they read the ARTICLE!!! the would know the kid was alright!
Janaskopic wrote:
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THREAD!!!!
Hugh Beaumont

Boca Raton, FL

#118 Feb 10, 2008
parent of two wrote:
Where were this kid's parents?? Too many parents give up too much control too early. And, then they wonder why their kids don't listen when they're a bit older.
Some parents don't get it! Establish consistent values, discipline and rules when the kids are really young and keep at it. Some parents let their young kids do what they want to and then try to establish rules when the kids are older... by then, it's usually too late. <sigh>
you are a freakin idiot...parent of the year...your kids are probably dirty little unruly kids...you have your eye on them 24/7 right...i am sure you just a welfare queen anyway
The Public Square

Wales, MA

#119 Feb 11, 2008
GOV LAPETOMANE wrote:
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That's HEDLEY!
See also...Count Di Moneee...
Moe Litvak

Huntington, NY

#120 Feb 11, 2008
GOV LAPETOMANE wrote:
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That's HEDLEY!
LOL....i know, i know. i cant believe how much mileage that line gets.
Random Sample

United States

#121 Feb 14, 2008
Bugs wrote:
I suggest that anyone so wound up that they'll argue about whether to refer to an Internet discussion as a "thread" or a "string" needs more "fiber" in their diet.
Now that was funny!! Better late than never, sorry.
Adam

Allentown, PA

#124 Feb 14, 2008
Darwin Award for this young man.

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