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#1 Nov 18, 2010
Jerry Shelton posted a little story on Facebook that once again broke my heart. A little child told it's mommy that it colored her sheet with lipstick. She beat it til it was unconscious. Realizing what she had done, she said "open your eyes". It's little heart had stopped beating. She looked at her sheet and on it in lipstick were the words:MOMMY I LOVE YOU.
Don't ever BEAT a child and NEVER scream at one. It will carry that all of it's precious life.

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#2 Nov 19, 2010
a friend wrote:
Jerry Shelton posted a little story on Facebook that once again broke my heart. A little child told it's mommy that it colored her sheet with lipstick. She beat it til it was unconscious. Realizing what she had done, she said "open your eyes". It's little heart had stopped beating. She looked at her sheet and on it in lipstick were the words:MOMMY I LOVE YOU.
Don't ever BEAT a child and NEVER scream at one. It will carry that all of it's precious life.
The laws are too easy on child abusers...... especially sexual child abusers.....the laws are way too easy on them.....that's why people sexually abuse children.....they know they won't die for it......start putting these pricks to death....they'll stop doing it....
Curious

United States

#3 Nov 21, 2010
a friend wrote:
Jerry Shelton posted a little story on Facebook that once again broke my heart. A little child told it's mommy that it colored her sheet with lipstick. She beat it til it was unconscious. Realizing what she had done, she said "open your eyes". It's little heart had stopped beating. She looked at her sheet and on it in lipstick were the words:MOMMY I LOVE YOU.
Don't ever BEAT a child and NEVER scream at one. It will carry that all of it's precious life.
Is this a true story, where did happen if it is almost made me cry.
Missy

Lancaster, WI

#4 Nov 21, 2010
Child abuse breaks my heart.
Missy

Lewisport, KY

#5 Nov 21, 2010
It takes an evil person.
yes to curious

United States

#6 Nov 21, 2010
yes, it is true. don't know where it happened but it did.
Mee

New Hyde Park, NY

#7 Dec 5, 2010
I got hit as a kid. Trust me, it hurts. I never goes away, and there are ALWAYS scars. Parents try to deny that they heit their kids, and no one ever believes the abused child. After all, we might just be looking for attention. In the end, you can't trust anyone. Mom and Dad hit you, your friends accused you, and you have only your own pain for comfort. Do me a favor: stop child abuse before more kids like me are hurt.

Since: Dec 10

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#8 Dec 5, 2010
it takes a lowlife person to do that to a kid.
WRSI

Minneapolis, MN

#9 Oct 1, 2011
yes to curious wrote:
yes, it is true. don't know where it happened but it did.
Check out Snopes. This looks like a recurring urban legend. A major variation involves the child being beaten so that s/he loses the fingers on the offending hand, and the parent then committing suicide.

Snopes tracks variants on it going back to at least 2003.

Since: Jan 10

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#10 Oct 1, 2011
child abuse should be stopped.....if parents don't want kids....then why have them....then abuse them...don't make sense....to bring children into the world...then abuse them.....

“SINE POENA NON EST LEX.”

Since: Aug 08

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#11 Oct 1, 2011
A great deal of child abuse and neglect can be directly attributed to the use of alcohol and/or illegal drugs in the home. I once saw a case where a 7 year-old was severely beaten for flushing his mother's boyfriend's marijuana stash down the toilet.
Anonymous

Edenton, NC

#12 Oct 3, 2011
This is a hoax but I'm glad you people believe everything you read on the internet and feel like you're "taking a stand" by sitting in front of your computer. Good job.
Charlie Sylvester Hollon

Corbin, KY

#13 Oct 4, 2011
I don't know if the story at the top of the page is true or not, but I do know child abuse is very real, and it happens to millions of children everyday. I can't see anyone mistreating a child, and I feel for them. I for one love children, I guess that's the only thing keeps this earth sane enough to live on, if it wasn't for children living on this planet, might just give it up, cause life wouldn't be worth it. I sometimes watch on the news where someone either beat a child to death, or to just the point near death, or some man molested a child, where do they get off doing this stuff? Even in the animal kingdom, they know not to do these things to their young, so for a man to molest a little child, that makes him lower then animal, he's at the bottom of the animal chain. Maybe that's what the bible talking about when it says man becomes as "brute beast".
I agree

Lebanon, KY

#14 Oct 4, 2011
I also think that people who allow their children to live in filth are abusive parents. I may be old fashioned, but we were raised in much better environments. We had breakfast, lunch, and dinner prepared for us everyday. And I never remember our house being strewn with dumped out potato chip bags, or spilled food that's laid there until it turns green. I have seen for myself some of these homes and felt sorry for the kids. I saw a place so bad that the crawling baby picked up a bottle in the floor that had milk in it that had laid there so long it was clabbered, and the poor little baby was trying to get a drink from it.These people should be locked up too.
Charlie Sylvester Hollon

Corbin, KY

#15 Oct 4, 2011
I agree wrote:
I also think that people who allow their children to live in filth are abusive parents. I may be old fashioned, but we were raised in much better environments. We had breakfast, lunch, and dinner prepared for us everyday. And I never remember our house being strewn with dumped out potato chip bags, or spilled food that's laid there until it turns green. I have seen for myself some of these homes and felt sorry for the kids. I saw a place so bad that the crawling baby picked up a bottle in the floor that had milk in it that had laid there so long it was clabbered, and the poor little baby was trying to get a drink from it.These people should be locked up too.
Back years ago when I was a little boy around seven years old we lived upon Roark Mountain above where Jiffy Mart is. That was back in the 50s, and believe me, times were hard, and a family had to live where they could afford. On top of the mountain back toward Noctor, Ky., we lived in a old house, the kitchen floor was made of dirt, and you could stick your hands out through the walls and grab a hand full of snow in the winter, but my mother kept the house clean. My father had a hard time making a living, but he provided the best he could where jobs were hard to fine. My mother would sweep the kitchen floor until it shined, and it was hard as rocks also, but the point is, we didn't live in filth. No child, no matter how poor they are, should have to live in filth. My mother always said, " even though a person might have to live in a shack, it can be a clean shack". She told me years ago that there's two different kinds of dirt, there's clean dirt (like in the garden), and there's filthy dirt (where people don't keep their homes clean, or in a unclean environment), this kind of dirt can make someone sick. However you put it, there's no excuse for living in filth, of course children can't help it, but parents can. I know there's others out there that lived hard back in the day, but their mothers kept the home clean, that's one of the reasons I loved my mother so much, she would always put me first before herself.

GayGod

“GayLord Faggatron! God Of Gays”

Since: Oct 11

Eating Skittles, with Jesus.

#16 Oct 10, 2011
Charlie Sylvester Hollon wrote:
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Back years ago when I was a little boy around seven years old we lived upon Roark Mountain above where Jiffy Mart is. That was back in the 50s, and believe me, times were hard, and a family had to live where they could afford. On top of the mountain back toward Noctor, Ky., we lived in a old house, the kitchen floor was made of dirt, and you could stick your hands out through the walls and grab a hand full of snow in the winter, but my mother kept the house clean. My father had a hard time making a living, but he provided the best he could where jobs were hard to fine. My mother would sweep the kitchen floor until it shined, and it was hard as rocks also, but the point is, we didn't live in filth. No child, no matter how poor they are, should have to live in filth. My mother always said, " even though a person might have to live in a shack, it can be a clean shack". She told me years ago that there's two different kinds of dirt, there's clean dirt (like in the garden), and there's filthy dirt (where people don't keep their homes clean, or in a unclean environment), this kind of dirt can make someone sick. However you put it, there's no excuse for living in filth, of course children can't help it, but parents can. I know there's others out there that lived hard back in the day, but their mothers kept the home clean, that's one of the reasons I loved my mother so much, she would always put me first before herself.
COOL STORY BRO
Charlie Sylvester Hollon

Waco, KY

#17 Oct 10, 2011
GayGod wrote:
<quoted text> COOL STORY BRO
That's not just a story, many people lived hard during those times. I guess if it hadn't been for government help during those times, many people would have went hungry. I thank God for all the help we did get. I remember when my mother and I would wait until the doors would open under the old courthouse to get food, she would take a dine and pay a nickel for a pound of sliced bologna and a nickel for a pack of crackers, then we would sit on the stone wall beside the courthouse and eat.

GayGod

“GayLord Faggatron! God Of Gays”

Since: Oct 11

Eating Skittles, with Jesus.

#18 Oct 10, 2011
Charlie Sylvester Hollon wrote:
<quoted text>
That's not just a story, many people lived hard during those times. I guess if it hadn't been for government help during those times, many people would have went hungry. I thank God for all the help we did get. I remember when my mother and I would wait until the doors would open under the old courthouse to get food, she would take a dine and pay a nickel for a pound of sliced bologna and a nickel for a pack of crackers, then we would sit on the stone wall beside the courthouse and eat.
AGAIN COOL STORY BRO
rose

Portland, OR

#19 Nov 15, 2011
this story is heartbreaking, but it is NOT true. this is an urban legend which has been around for years. real abuse of children does go on. let's focus on real children and real abuse and not get weepy over stories that never happened. check your facts before engaging emotionally.
He is trash

Jackson, KY

#20 Nov 15, 2011
a friend wrote:
Jerry Shelton posted a little story on Facebook that once again broke my heart. A little child told it's mommy that it colored her sheet with lipstick. She beat it til it was unconscious. Realizing what she had done, she said "open your eyes". It's little heart had stopped beating. She looked at her sheet and on it in lipstick were the words:MOMMY I LOVE YOU.
Don't ever BEAT a child and NEVER scream at one. It will carry that all of it's precious life.
Funny thing he should care about some other kid when he treats his kids like SH*T!!! He doesn't want them to eat HIS food or drink HIS pop. He steals food from his mother-in-law even though his fridge and pantries are full. If it wasn't for her, his kids would starve to death. They wouldn't have a roof over their heads or clothes on their backs. I can't stand it when people act like saints when they clearly aren't.

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