Teri Rhodes 3 years for murder
boisterous ignoramous

United States

#83 Feb 9, 2011
cheetos wrote:
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IT WASN'T FUNNY AT ALL! lol she was a piece of work! or as I put it "just a piece". I can't pick on your son, he's a nice looking young man, mine on the other hand is a pinhead at times.
I've been doing pretty good, staying out of trouble or at least trying. Chatting to LadyK once in a while on FB, interesting person she is, and Timmy too. You need to join us. mostly one on one chat, nothing particular.
;)
I was going to ask you at some point if you and LadyK ever got communications together. She is interesting, well read and I always found her to be plesant in real life. It's like one of my things though, I drive people up the wall ;)
I met Timmy too and would have like to spend more time chatting with him as he has interesting ideas. Not enough time for everything though.(Part of why I cancelled my internet service.) I only have service on my laptop when I'm in Hamilton Ohio ;) Later dude!
cheetos

Erie, PA

#84 Feb 9, 2011
boisterous ignoramous wrote:
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I was going to ask you at some point if you and LadyK ever got communications together. She is interesting, well read and I always found her to be plesant in real life. It's like one of my things though, I drive people up the wall ;)
I met Timmy too and would have like to spend more time chatting with him as he has interesting ideas. Not enough time for everything though.(Part of why I cancelled my internet service.) I only have service on my laptop when I'm in Hamilton Ohio ;) Later dude!
Got more stuff to yak at you about, hey you have a great day, dude!!
;)
cheetos

United States

#85 Feb 9, 2011
boisterous ignoramous wrote:
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I was going to ask you at some point if you and LadyK ever got communications together. She is interesting, well read and I always found her to be plesant in real life. It's like one of my things though, I drive people up the wall ;)
I met Timmy too and would have like to spend more time chatting with him as he has interesting ideas. Not enough time for everything though.(Part of why I cancelled my internet service.) I only have service on my laptop when I'm in Hamilton Ohio ;) Later dude!
btw, I still haven't figured out the comparison you feel her and I share. Totally opposites, I'm wayyyyy off the charts, and she needs to mellow out a little. Or maybe I need to take things a little more serious, don't know? So driving up the wall you're not alone, lol

Give every one in Hamilton 5 my love ;)

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#86 Feb 9, 2011
I guess this is more terrible than killing a baby!

http://www.goerie.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article...
cheetos

Erie, PA

#87 Feb 9, 2011
Rollout wrote:
I guess this is more terrible than killing a baby!
http://www.goerie.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article...
OMG, shackle the monster in Perry Square!!! lol
well put

Erie, PA

#88 Feb 10, 2011
rollout that was a great example of justice gone wrong!! judges can be bought!!! if your rich you can just ignore all laws as you will be set free anyhow? or a slap on the wrist?
boisterous ignoramous

United States

#89 Feb 10, 2011
Rollout wrote:
I guess this is more terrible than killing a baby!
http://www.goerie.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article...
I think the Rhodes case was decided in part due to the perception of her ignorance.(Through denial of the situation) I don't buy it though. I would have liked to have asked her if she ever saw tampons under her bathroom sink as she reached for something else. The point being that she might have theoretically been in denial about the pregnancy but didn't she ever have the reality check--like every month--when she noticed she wasn't having a period? Or are we to believe she didn't believe periods happen either?:) The judge was too lenient.
bff1984

Erie, PA

#90 Feb 10, 2011
boisterous ignoramous wrote:
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I think the Rhodes case was decided in part due to the perception of her ignorance.(Through denial of the situation) I don't buy it though. I would have liked to have asked her if she ever saw tampons under her bathroom sink as she reached for something else. The point being that she might have theoretically been in denial about the pregnancy but didn't she ever have the reality check--like every month--when she noticed she wasn't having a period? Or are we to believe she didn't believe periods happen either?:) The judge was too lenient.

you can't be in denial and research killing a baby on the internet can you? btw, if you are receiving a birth control shot every three months you will not have a period. Brings to question the first 3 months??? humm...
boisterous ignoramous

United States

#91 Feb 10, 2011
bff1984 wrote:
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you can't be in denial and research killing a baby on the internet can you?
You are correct. But testimony showed that it was actually her cat walking on her keyboard that led to that site. Being Catholic like the murderer, the judge took her word for it.(BTW that's not a knock against Catholics just the fact that the judge brought up their mutual Catholicism during his judgment to explain their shared religious take on forgiveness not being free from responsibility. He should have focused on their shared religious take regarding "we don't murder our children" instead.)
cheetos

Erie, PA

#92 Feb 10, 2011
boisterous ignoramous wrote:
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You are correct. But testimony showed that it was actually her cat walking on her keyboard that led to that site. Being Catholic like the murderer, the judge took her word for it.(BTW that's not a knock against Catholics just the fact that the judge brought up their mutual Catholicism during his judgment to explain their shared religious take on forgiveness not being free from responsibility. He should have focused on their shared religious take regarding "we don't murder our children" instead.)
cat walking on keyboard, now I didn't hear that one. that is one sick kitty :(

have a great day!!
boisterous ignoramous

United States

#93 Feb 10, 2011
cheetos wrote:
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cat walking on keyboard, now I didn't hear that one. that is one sick kitty :(
have a great day!!
There was a case in Florida (I think)where a pedophile downloaded pics of little kids and his defense was that he didn't do it, it was a consequense of his cat walking on his keyboard. Unlike the Rhodes case, the pedo's judge didn't buy the defense ;)
cheetos

Erie, PA

#94 Feb 10, 2011
boisterous ignoramous wrote:
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There was a case in Florida (I think)where a pedophile downloaded pics of little kids and his defense was that he didn't do it, it was a consequense of his cat walking on his keyboard. Unlike the Rhodes case, the pedo's judge didn't buy the defense ;)
I wonder if you can pull something off like that with the IRS? I was trying to teach my dog Quick Books, honest Mr. Auditor.
;)

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#95 Feb 10, 2011
boisterous ignoramous wrote:
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There was a case in Florida (I think)where a pedophile downloaded pics of little kids and his defense was that he didn't do it, it was a consequense of his cat walking on his keyboard. Unlike the Rhodes case, the pedo's judge didn't buy the defense ;)
Yep, if it's your puter and you let someone on it with your password, guess what!!!! Liabilty!
no party

Erie, PA

#96 Feb 21, 2011
Someone wrote:
Think of it this way, Just Us.
Did she commit any violent acts before this one?
Also, aren't all women who have abortions "cold blooded murderers?"
It does not matter if the fetus is 2 months, 4 months, or out of the womb breathing on its own ready to face the world, which is then considered a "newborn." Yes, Teri killed a newborn baby. Whether you consider this different than those women who get abortions while their babies are still in their wombs or not, the point is where is the line drawn?...
Why is it ok or deemable for women to get abortions at all stages of the gestation period? Why do they not go to jail? They are killing potential life. I know people argue that this baby that Teri killed was not potential life; rather it was life already existing.
Trust me, I am not condoning what she did. To most people, especially those people who believe there are only good people and bad people in the world, believe that she is a cold blooded murderer. I,myself, have sympathy what she did. I do not have empathy because I know there were other alternatives. Simple, conceivable alternatives. I have a good head on my shoulders, although I know many people my age who unfortunately do not, and to that I sympathize, and I also sympathize for Teri. But to call her a cold blooded murderer is not correct, although to some people they hold that to be true in their opinion only. I believe a cold blooded murder is different than what she did. It is a weak argument because I see your point: she killed a living baby. So there are no easy answers.
She had the baby, it was breathing, I wonder if she looked at the baby's face while she choked her to death. She watched the baby suffer, she could have stop at any time but did not. She should be gutted, never allowed to have the gift of life again.
Confused

White Lake, MI

#97 Mar 15, 2011
When a parent continually neglects, and or abuses a child, aren't their parental rights terminated to the existing child, and any child born afterwards? How can someone murder a child, and their rights not be terminated if they have another child?
Jimbo

Erie, PA

#98 Jun 3, 2012
boisterous ignoramous wrote:
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I was going to ask you at some point if you and LadyK ever got communications together. She is interesting, well read and I always found her to be plesant in real life. It's like one of my things though, I drive people up the wall ;)
I met Timmy too and would have like to spend more time chatting with him as he has interesting ideas. Not enough time for everything though.(Part of why I cancelled my internet service.) I only have service on my laptop when I'm in Hamilton Ohio ;) Later dude!
The lady who starved her child to death-was sentenced for life. Explain the difference from the Rhodes.
Watcher

Erie, PA

#99 Jun 3, 2012
Simple Money, Color.
Bill

Erie, PA

#100 Jun 3, 2012
That baby was only half white, The father was a black ball player, And I heard the baby was curb stomped. Bet everybody did not know that.
George Soros

Medina, OH

#101 Jun 3, 2012
Still waiting for the Benedictine to take back the spot I guess drug dealers are a bigger lose then babies or maybe the sisters of mercy threatened to kick there a$$ if they stepped on campus
boomer

United States

#102 Jun 4, 2012
Bill wrote:
That baby was only half white, The father was a black ball player, And I heard the baby was curb stomped. Bet everybody did not know that.
The baby was half black,i would have killed it also.

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