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Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#41 Feb 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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I was trying to stay away from this one just because it was sounding improbable. However, from a health and safety standpoint there is a dif between a vest/harness for keeping a child safe and a dog collar and leash. The collar is accompanied by choking issues--exacerbated by the trailing leash, which could get caught in something.
But, here's why I find the whole thing improbable. The busybody would need a name and some contact info to make an actionable report. Maybe your town is small enough that everyone knows you--but, that's a first question mark. Maybe it was one of the child care employees, but then, they were there also and you said the kid had it on inside, so that would kinda rule them out. And other parents would probably report the center as well.
Next, if a report were attempted, one of the first questions typically asked is "what is happening right now"? In other words, if you saw some out of control parent screaming bloody murder at their kid in the grocery store--even if you have a name and address--by the time that CPS has someone there to investigate they are going to be looking at nothing. They might also ask if there are bruises or scarring or some kind of injury. That is evidence.
And finally, those folks don't generally invite suspected violaters to drop by for a visit. They like to drop in on YOU--gives them a chance to have a look-see around, dontcha know.
It's just a bit harder than you might think for "busybodies" to get the attention of CPS. They tend to be enormously busy folks.
How "tremendously busy" is any public agency in a rural county in the state of Delaware?
And haven't you heard of license plates?
Spookhere F trolls

Toledo, OH

#42 Feb 21, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Your husband's granddaughter. Hmmmm.
Don't you have a picture of Mao or.Stalin to pray to?

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#43 Feb 21, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>How "tremendously busy" is any public agency in a rural county in the state of Delaware?
And haven't you heard of license plates?
How many reports have you ever made?

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#44 Feb 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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How many reports have you ever made?
In the state of Delaware? As many as you have.
Now, how about those license plates...?

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#45 Feb 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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I was trying to stay away from this one just because it was sounding improbable.
But you just couldn't help yourself, could you?

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#46 Feb 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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How many reports have you ever made?
Probably none. Not being a 'stick your nose in everything' type like you. Opining on something you know nothing about.

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#47 Feb 21, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>In the state of Delaware? As many as you have.
Now, how about those license plates...?
Oh good Lord! What Glitter and Rowdy find amusing, Twister's got to turn into the inquisition.

My husband and I took the two dogs with us to pick up Leia at daycare as I do every Friday.

The 'run away' dog had her leash on, I hung Ruby's around my neck. My husband waited in the car.

When I went into the playground, Leia ran to me screaming my name and jumped into my arms. As usual.

I put her down and she spotted the leash. By then Ms. Terri and Ms. Deanna had walked over to me to chat. Leia wanted the lease on to 'play doggie.'

Ms. Terri said,'oh, they've all been playing doggie all day.'

I put the leash on Leia and told her not to dare get down on her knees on the grass or cement and mess up her pants.

Several of the kids came to hug me and Leia 'good-bye.' As soon as we got inside the building she went down on all fours, barking, and I was holding the leash. We walked down the hallway.

Got to the door, I told her to stand up and walk on the sidewalk.

We got in the car and drove away.

One of the other teachers, a different class, made a complaint.

The director of the daycare was forced to report to child protection.

Ms. Terri and Ms. Deanna had to write a report and were pissed because it was 'their class' and 'their place' to make a complaint, if one was warrented. Those are their words.

The following week, Leia, her mother and I had to go to child protection and tell a counselor what happened. He apologized to me and closed the file. I apologized to him for taking up his time when there are children actually being abused.

During that meeting Leia had to use the bathroom. Her mother got up to take her and Leia said "No! Her!" pointing to me. So I guess he figured I was not torturing the child when no one was looking.

End of story.

Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#49 Feb 21, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Oh good Lord! What Glitter and Rowdy find amusing, Twister's got to turn into the inquisition.
My husband and I took the two dogs with us to pick up Leia at daycare as I do every Friday.
The 'run away' dog had her leash on, I hung Ruby's around my neck. My husband waited in the car.
When I went into the playground, Leia ran to me screaming my name and jumped into my arms. As usual.
I put her down and she spotted the leash. By then Ms. Terri and Ms. Deanna had walked over to me to chat. Leia wanted the lease on to 'play doggie.'
Ms. Terri said,'oh, they've all been playing doggie all day.'
I put the leash on Leia and told her not to dare get down on her knees on the grass or cement and mess up her pants.
Several of the kids came to hug me and Leia 'good-bye.' As soon as we got inside the building she went down on all fours, barking, and I was holding the leash. We walked down the hallway.
Got to the door, I told her to stand up and walk on the sidewalk.
We got in the car and drove away.
One of the other teachers, a different class, made a complaint.
The director of the daycare was forced to report to child protection.
Ms. Terri and Ms. Deanna had to write a report and were pissed because it was 'their class' and 'their place' to make a complaint, if one was warrented. Those are their words.
The following week, Leia, her mother and I had to go to child protection and tell a counselor what happened. He apologized to me and closed the file. I apologized to him for taking up his time when there are children actually being abused.
During that meeting Leia had to use the bathroom. Her mother got up to take her and Leia said "No! Her!" pointing to me. So I guess he figured I was not torturing the child when no one was looking.
End of story.
Way too much information on the internet. Someone should report you for that.

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#50 Feb 21, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Oh good Lord! What Glitter and Rowdy find amusing, Twister's got to turn into the inquisition.
My husband and I took the two dogs with us to pick up Leia at daycare as I do every Friday.
The 'run away' dog had her leash on, I hung Ruby's around my neck. My husband waited in the car.
When I went into the playground, Leia ran to me screaming my name and jumped into my arms. As usual.
I put her down and she spotted the leash. By then Ms. Terri and Ms. Deanna had walked over to me to chat. Leia wanted the lease on to 'play doggie.'
Ms. Terri said,'oh, they've all been playing doggie all day.'
I put the leash on Leia and told her not to dare get down on her knees on the grass or cement and mess up her pants.
Several of the kids came to hug me and Leia 'good-bye.' As soon as we got inside the building she went down on all fours, barking, and I was holding the leash. We walked down the hallway.
Got to the door, I told her to stand up and walk on the sidewalk.
We got in the car and drove away.
One of the other teachers, a different class, made a complaint.
The director of the daycare was forced to report to child protection.
Ms. Terri and Ms. Deanna had to write a report and were pissed because it was 'their class' and 'their place' to make a complaint, if one was warrented. Those are their words.
The following week, Leia, her mother and I had to go to child protection and tell a counselor what happened. He apologized to me and closed the file. I apologized to him for taking up his time when there are children actually being abused.
During that meeting Leia had to use the bathroom. Her mother got up to take her and Leia said "No! Her!" pointing to me. So I guess he figured I was not torturing the child when no one was looking.
End of story.
That's good enough for me. Meanwhile, expect Reader to tell you that you pulled Terri and Deanna out of a hat.

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#51 Feb 21, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>You've never heard of second marriages?
He has four grown children. No grandchildren when we got married, but now 6 in quick sucession. Which you can expect when all of your kids are in their 20's and four of them married. I have 7 nieces and nephews and they are starting to procreate.
You don't have too many years before you're a grandpa too.:-) It's fun. You get to send them home.

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#52 Feb 21, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Way too much information on the internet. Someone should report you for that.
Go ahead and report me. That's what cowards do. Here's the kicker...the unnamed daycare is not in DE but a neighboring state. You idiot.

Since: Oct 10

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#53 Feb 21, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>That's good enough for me. Meanwhile, expect Reader to tell you that you pulled Terri and Deanna out of a hat.
:-) One afternoon Leia spent 5 minutes teaching me how to pronounce Dee Onn Nah, correctly. She's quite bright. You just wait till you have one.

Yes, to Reader, my whole life is imaginary. But she has her little cohort, Che aka 'her lap dog' to give her props.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#54 Feb 21, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Go ahead and report me. That's what cowards do. Here's the kicker...the unnamed daycare is not in DE but a neighboring state. You idiot.
You just keep putting your husband's grandchildren's names and their teachers names on the internet. It's reckless and naive. If you cared about them more than you cared about your Topix "status" you would exercise a little discretion. You, my dear, are the idiot.

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#55 Feb 21, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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He has four grown children. No grandchildren when we got married, but now 6 in quick sucession. Which you can expect when all of your kids are in their 20's and four of them married. I have 7 nieces and nephews and they are starting to procreate.
You don't have too many years before you're a grandpa too.:-) It's fun. You get to send them home.
I hope to be at least 55 before seeing grandchildren arrive. And even then my daughter would only be 26.

Since: Oct 10

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#56 Feb 21, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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You just keep putting your husband's grandchildren's names and their teachers names on the internet. It's reckless and naive. If you cared about them more than you cared about your Topix "status" you would exercise a little discretion. You, my dear, are the idiot.
Zach,Triston,Olivia,Jacob,Athe na,Leia. They live in three different states.
I don't know any of the other teachers names.
And don't call me 'my dear.' You sound like your role model.

Since: Oct 10

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#57 Feb 21, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>I hope to be at least 55 before seeing grandchildren arrive. And even then my daughter would only be 26.
Well, the best laid plans of mice and men.....Actually, the one son has FOUR! We have sent them twin beds. My stepdaughter is not married yet, but pretty serious with her boyfriend of 8 years, whom we like very much.

I am going to PM a song to you for you and your daughter. Bet you've never heard it.
Enzyte Bob

Blacklick, OH

#58 Feb 21, 2013
Spookhere F trolls wrote:
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Don't you have a picture of Mao or.Stalin to pray to?
Or he can pray to a tree or under Reader's crystal!
Enzyte Bob

Blacklick, OH

#59 Feb 21, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Go ahead and report me.
Stalin's "block captains" live on! Communists and leftists have snitching in their DNA.

“Don't trust the internet!”

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#60 Feb 21, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Probably none. Not being a 'stick your nose in everything' type like you. Opining on something you know nothing about.
I have for a number of years been a mandated reporter.

As such I have not only had occasion to make such reports, I had to receive training in what and when to report. And some feedback into how reports are handled.

Since: Oct 10

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#61 Feb 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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I have for a number of years been a mandated reporter.
As such I have not only had occasion to make such reports, I had to receive training in what and when to report. And some feedback into how reports are handled.
Whoopee for you.

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