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The Zodiac

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Holy hell!!! A party with teens and alcohol was on scene. Stop the presses!!! It's never happened before.

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Duluth, GA

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May 5, 2013
 
Omg get real
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Leave em alone. Geez. Someone always has to hide on topix and start crap. Apparently ur child wasn't on the "invite" list.

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These folks hosted a prom party for their daughter and friends. According to the scanner the police showed up there were dozens of underage drinkers and tons of alcohol. I bet they never see court, you would think with them being the only adults there that there would be charges with a bunch of drunk kids in the house.
Atleast there were adults there hopefully taking away all keys at the door. It is what it is. Kids are going to party and drink at prom and graduation and I would much rather mine be where there are some responsible adults that aren't drinking then at a party where they all do as they please and drive drunk when leaving.
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May 6, 2013
 
Jeff wrote:
These folks hosted a prom party for their daughter and friends. According to the scanner the police showed up there were dozens of underage drinkers and tons of alcohol. I bet they never see court, you would think with them being the only adults there that there would be charges with a bunch of drunk kids in the house.
I thought with the headline here, it was going to be about a dope party. walters pharmacy. wow!
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May 6, 2013
 

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These folks hosted a prom party for their daughter and friends. According to the scanner the police showed up there were dozens of underage drinkers and tons of alcohol. I bet they never see court, you would think with them being the only adults there that there would be charges with a bunch of drunk kids in the house.
Get a life, instead of trying to start sh$t. Could you really be anymore nosey and pathetic?
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Illinois gal wrote:
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Atleast there were adults there hopefully taking away all keys at the door. It is what it is. Kids are going to party and drink at prom and graduation and I would much rather mine be where there are some responsible adults that aren't drinking then at a party where they all do as they please and drive drunk when leaving.
contributing to minors .. Yea I call that responsible ... Parent of the year...
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<quoted text> contributing to minors .. Yea I call that responsible ... Parent of the year...
And who cares about your opinion? No one.:)
Party On

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A Pharmacy seems like a strange place to have a prom party.

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<quoted text>contributing to minors .. Yea I call that responsible ... Parent of the year...
A responsible parent knows their child is going to do things that we may or may not agree with. However that's part of growing up. Would I rather my teen be at a home drinking where I know they won't be killed driving around town? Absolutely. I don't even drink but I'm not blind to what happens at prom and graduation. I was a teenager once. I think a responsible adult wants their child safe and not behind the wheel while intoxicated or in a vehicle where others are intoxicated. We each parent differently, but don't judge others on their parenting abilities because you see things differently.
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A responsible parent knows their child is going to do things that we may or may not agree with. However that's part of growing up. Would I rather my teen be at a home drinking where I know they won't be killed driving around town? Absolutely. I don't even drink but I'm not blind to what happens at prom and graduation. I was a teenager once. I think a responsible adult wants their child safe and not behind the wheel while intoxicated or in a vehicle where others are intoxicated. We each parent differently, but don't judge others on their parenting abilities because you see things differently.
No you are a druggie.

Anyone that lets their child drink show not be a parent. Drinking at that age causes significant brain damage, greater in paired judgment as a teenager's brain has yet to develop reasoning skills/Impulse control. It is also illegal by allowing your underage child to drink you at showing them that they should ignore any laws that they feel do not apply today. You're doing little more than creating a social criminal. You are telling them that as long as they're in a group it is okay for them to break law and adding to an overall mob mentality that is affecting not only people in the United States but around the world.

You disgust me and if there was any justice to the world you would die a slow and painful death you piece of human shit.

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<quoted text>No you are a druggie.

Anyone that lets their child drink show not be a parent. Drinking at that age causes significant brain damage, greater in paired judgment as a teenager's brain has yet to develop reasoning skills/Impulse control. It is also illegal by allowing your underage child to drink you at showing them that they should ignore any laws that they feel do not apply today. You're doing little more than creating a social criminal. You are telling them that as long as they're in a group it is okay for them to break law and adding to an overall mob mentality that is affecting not only people in the United States but around the world.

You disgust me and if there was any justice to the world you would die a slow and painful death you piece of human shit.
To each there own. I'm not going out and buying alcohol for my child by no means but I've always told them should they be in a situation where they need a ride home to call me. I also told them there would be no discussion that night but the next morning the situation would be addressed. I have been called twice and picked them up both times. They received their punishment the following day. I would much rather my child call me then attempt to drive home because they're scared to call. The university is made up of fifty percent or more of underage students that drink nightly. Yet it is stereotyped because they're at a fraternity or sorority the same social rules don't apply. My child has never seen alcohol in my home or seen me ever take a drink of alcohol yet they know plenty about it. I'd rather my child never drink but at their age I can't make their choices for them. And I've seen plenty of adults that have little sense of reasoning and impulse control under the influence, so don't stop at teens. Alcohol has the same affect on many adults. I'm assuming your a "social drinker" sitting on your high horse and being so judgmental. Your childish remarks really didn't deserve a reply but I figured what the heck, my older children have turned out well and I expect the same from my youngest. I've always attempted to have open communication with my children. I owe no one an explanation other than the ones I love. I'm not trying to convince anyone to change their parenting decisions if they're comfortable with them. My child is out of high school and I know nothing of this party at the Walters house. What I do know is its not my place to judge their parenting decisions.
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May 7, 2013
 
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No you are a druggie.
Anyone that lets their child drink show not be a parent. Drinking at that age causes significant brain damage, greater in paired judgment as a teenager's brain has yet to develop reasoning skills/Impulse control. It is also illegal by allowing your underage child to drink you at showing them that they should ignore any laws that they feel do not apply today. You're doing little more than creating a social criminal. You are telling them that as long as they're in a group it is okay for them to break law and adding to an overall mob mentality that is affecting not only people in the United States but around the world.
You disgust me and if there was any justice to the world you would die a slow and painful death you piece of human shit.
You need some English classes. This was way to hard and painful to read. Shows me you have no credibility on this thread.
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You need some English classes. This was way to hard and painful to read. Shows me you have no credibility on this thread.
Pot. Kettle. Black.
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May 7, 2013
 
Me thinks maybe they're "in paired", by no means at any time should your under age child be allowed to drink you. Oh hell, that point almost flew over my head.
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May 7, 2013
 
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And who cares about your opinion? No one.:)
and who cares about yours?? I bet your child is one of girls at night school because lack of parenting and moral values .. maybe you should worry about teaching her how to keep her legs closed..
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A responsible parent knows their child is going to do things that we may or may not agree with. However that's part of growing up. Would I rather my teen be at a home drinking where I know they won't be killed driving around town? Absolutely. I don't even drink but I'm not blind to what happens at prom and graduation. I was a teenager once. I think a responsible adult wants their child safe and not behind the wheel while intoxicated or in a vehicle where others are intoxicated. We each parent differently, but don't judge others on their parenting abilities because you see things differently.
maybe a parent should set a example.. Teaching your children to break or bend the laws is not responsible..

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<quoted text>maybe a parent should set a example.. Teaching your children to break or bend the laws is not responsible..
I agree with your comment. Like I said earlier I have explained to my kids why me or their father don't drink. However, once they reach nineteen you can't control all of their choices. I wish they could see things thru my years of experience but no matter how much you explain the reasons not to do something doesn't mean they're not going to do it anyhow. I just want them safe. I don't feel by telling them to call me for a ride if they're intoxicated is condoning their consumption of alcohol. I don't agree with underage drinking however I dislike drunk driving more. So I choose the lesser of two evils. I do thank you for your respectful response without using foul language and smart comments that many have made. It's a serious issue. We all see solutions from a different perspective. And I truly respect your comment and opinion.
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No you are a druggie.
Anyone that lets their child drink show not be a parent. Drinking at that age causes significant brain damage, greater in paired judgment as a teenager's brain has yet to develop reasoning skills/Impulse control. It is also illegal by allowing your underage child to drink you at showing them that they should ignore any laws that they feel do not apply today. You're doing little more than creating a social criminal. You are telling them that as long as they're in a group it is okay for them to break law and adding to an overall mob mentality that is affecting not only people in the United States but around the world.
You disgust me and if there was any justice to the world you would die a slow and painful death you piece of human shit.
You are a full blown moron. I have family members who started drinking occasionally beginning in middle school. It's just how the family is. They are all intelligent, productive members of society.....contractors, electricians, teachers, executives. None of them are alcoholics. They are all awesome people. You can die for your country at the age of 18. You should be able to be have a beer....especially with parental supervision. As a matter of fact, I think you could use a drink....and maybe dislodge that stick in your butt!
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Walter doesn't even own the pharmacy anymore

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