State Police Inspections Find Most Ch...

State Police Inspections Find Most Child Safety Seats Improperly Installed

There are 53 comments on the CoudyNews.com story from Jun 20, 2011, titled State Police Inspections Find Most Child Safety Seats Improperly Installed. In it, CoudyNews.com reports that:

More than three-quarters of the 319 child passenger safety seats inspected by state troopers during a two-week enforcement effort were found to be improperly installed, State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan said today.

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Mister Big

United States

#21 Jun 21, 2011
CitizenJane wrote:
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Yes, I do have small children, not that it's any of your business. But then again, you see nothing wrong with someone smoking with their kids in the car so I don't really care about your worthless opinion. I feel bad for the children of some of these "stupid people", yours is probably one of them.
No, I am not a smoker. But I feel that it is a choice. We've all had lectures on smoking, and the effects of it. You need to learn the meaning of being judgemental and stop worrying what others are doing.
CitizenJane

Curwensville, PA

#22 Jun 21, 2011
Yes, you can use anything you want as an argument but you'll probably come across as an uneducated retard that no one will take seriously. If you're okay with that then whatever!
HMFIC

New Britain, CT

#23 Jun 21, 2011
Mister Big wrote:
<quoted text> No, I am not a smoker. But I feel that it is a choice. We've all had lectures on smoking, and the effects of it. You need to learn the meaning of being judgemental and stop worrying what others are doing.
I think the emphasis was with the kids being in the car. Sure, people have the right to screw with their own bodies, but there's no need to force it on the kids.
Another God

Myrtle Beach, SC

#24 Jun 21, 2011
Mister Big wrote:
<quoted text> No, I am not a smoker. But I feel that it is a choice. We've all had lectures on smoking, and the effects of it. You need to learn the meaning of being judgemental and stop worrying what others are doing.
Isn't worrying about what others are worrying about the same as worrying about others? And isn't calling them out on that being judgmental? I believe so.

Therefore and ergo, I hereby decree the 12th Commandment: Thou shalt not worry about, nor judge others upon, whatever they may be worrying about or judging.(Or something like that)
CitizenJane

Curwensville, PA

#25 Jun 21, 2011
I can do whatever I want, I don't judge people for much but that's one of them. Everyone knows the dangers and life long effects of second and third hand smoke. Why would anyone want to do that to any child? It's trashy and people who do that send a message that they don't care about their child's health. If you smoke then pull the car over somewhere and get out to smoke, no innocent child who doesn't have a say-so in the matter should have to suffer the consequences of their parents sh*tty choices. There's no argument here, you just wanted to pick a fight and stir the pot like you always do on here but you have no ground to stand on.
Mister Big

United States

#26 Jun 21, 2011
Another God wrote:
<quoted text>
Isn't worrying about what others are worrying about the same as worrying about others? And isn't calling them out on that being judgmental? I believe so.
Therefore and ergo, I hereby decree the 12th Commandment: Thou shalt not worry about, nor judge others upon, whatever they may be worrying about or judging.(Or something like that)
Ok, dad, whatever you say. Go read the Bible if you're such a believer.
Mister Big

United States

#27 Jun 21, 2011
CitizenJane wrote:
I can do whatever I want, I don't judge people for much but that's one of them. Everyone knows the dangers and life long effects of second and third hand smoke. Why would anyone want to do that to any child? It's trashy and people who do that send a message that they don't care about their child's health. If you smoke then pull the car over somewhere and get out to smoke, no innocent child who doesn't have a say-so in the matter should have to suffer the consequences of their parents sh*tty choices. There's no argument here, you just wanted to pick a fight and stir the pot like you always do on here but you have no ground to stand on.
Ok, mom, whatever you say. I'm curious, what is your definition of a hypocrite?
Mister Big

United States

#28 Jun 21, 2011
What if you drink? What if you chew? Alcoholics have a MAJOR affect on their kids, I won't even go into it. And chewing also causes problems. It may not directly affect the kids, but cancer comes from all those habits. Which in turn shows that you have no concern for the kids, because you are killing yourself, and not thinking about the consequences.
Another God

Myrtle Beach, SC

#29 Jun 21, 2011
Mister Big wrote:
<quoted text> Ok, mom, whatever you say. I'm curious, what is your definition of a hypocrite?
I can answer that one.

Mr. Big (mouth)
CitizenJane

Curwensville, PA

#30 Jun 21, 2011
Mister Big wrote:
What if you drink? What if you chew? Alcoholics have a MAJOR affect on their kids, I won't even go into it. And chewing also causes problems. It may not directly affect the kids, but cancer comes from all those habits. Which in turn shows that you have no concern for the kids, because you are killing yourself, and not thinking about the consequences.
Which is exactly why I don't chew, drink, smoke, whatever! I go to the gym, eat right and try to live a healthy lifestyle. And what is this hypocrite stuff you are talking about? When you have kids, it's time to put them first! Just shut up already and admit that you are an idiot. Everyone knows it, except you.
Mister Big

United States

#31 Jun 21, 2011
I AM an educated adult that has experienced too much in life to continue trying to explain myself. So what if you don't like what I have to say, I am an American citizen that shares all the rights as the rest of you. Take 5 minutes, and think about your life. I guarantee that none of you are perfect either.
God

Lansdale, PA

#32 Jun 21, 2011
CitizenJane wrote:
Yes, you can use anything you want as an argument but you'll probably come across as an uneducated retard that no one will take seriously. If you're okay with that then whatever!
Jane knows more than a Doctor now!
Sorry Lane, car seats won't save yur kids from the brain damage you are inflicting on them.
CitizenJane

Curwensville, PA

#33 Jun 21, 2011
It took you a while to come up with that one... and it's still lame. Now go change your diaper, I smell sh*t!
God

Lansdale, PA

#34 Jun 21, 2011
Jane stoops to nothing but an insult. A sure sign of having nothing intelligent to say.
You have yet to answer my question:
How do cops who don't even know how to install a child seat safely (per testimony here) run spot checks to see that car seats are installed properly (per testimony here)?

That is like having auto mechanics give health physicals, then basing the health of the everyone on those results. Useless and meaningless.
CitizenJane

Curwensville, PA

#35 Jun 21, 2011
Did you not read my response to that, oh intelligent one? I asked if you have ever had a cop test the viability of your carseat during a check point??????? Because I haven't! And like I said a long time ago, when I had to install mine there were only certain officers that were able to do it. Please do your homework so I don't have to repeat myself. And if you REALLY need to know, call the PSP and ask them yourself!
God

Lansdale, PA

#36 Jun 21, 2011
So you are saying the article is a bald faced lie?
To wit: "passenger safety seats inspected by state troopers during a two-week enforcement effort"

If you would bother to read MY posts, I am using your statement that "the officers don't know..." to question the validity of the State Troopers' inspections.

For crying out loud, your pouncing on someone that are believing what you said! Would you rather I side with the police and call you a liar?
mister little

Curwensville, PA

#37 Jun 21, 2011
Well, then they're probably putting the officers who are specially trained in that to do the check points because you do have to have some special certification. I had to cut through a bunch of red tape to find one.
God

Lansdale, PA

#38 Jun 21, 2011
If a installing and using a child seat is that complicated then they should not be mandatory.

Don't they come with instructions? The police need special training? No wonder people aren't using them right.
Mister Big

Columbus, OH

#39 Jun 21, 2011
God wrote:
If a installing and using a child seat is that complicated then they should not be mandatory.
Don't they come with instructions? The police need special training? No wonder people aren't using them right.
If you feel that you're responsible enough to stick it in, then you should be able to use a car seat.
God

Lansdale, PA

#40 Jun 21, 2011
Never used them, they didn't have them back then.

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