Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Parents Of The Year

. . .and you need a license to fish!?


blueviolet said...

This is just unreal, simply unreal.

CI-Roller Dude said...

This happened near where I retired from:
A Woodacre man was arrested Monday on allegations he left his baby inside his car while he was at a Fairfax bar.

Sergei Andrey Tchelakov, 47, was booked into Marin County Jail on suspicion of child cruelty. Bail was set at $50,000.

Witnesses reported the child around 1:40 p.m. near the Iron Springs Pub and Brewery on Center Boulevard. With temperatures near 80, the 1-year-old boy was strapped into a car seat in direct sunlight with the windows up, said Fairfax police Chief Christopher Morin.

When witnesses confronted the baby's father, he went to the vehicle, rolled the windows down partially and went back inside. The witnesses then flagged down police.

Morin said the baby was "extremely warm to the touch." The baby did not require hospitalization and was picked up by his mother.

LOLA said...

Jesus H. help us. Save those kids from their parents.


Coffeypot said...

blueviolet, it is amazing that some people have kids. They are just too stupid to be parents.

Dude, I hope he gets life in prison, and three years in the electric chair. Fucker!

Lola, the problem is, the kids will grow up and do the same to their kids because that is how they were taught.

Mike Golch said...

Yep sure do need a fishing license,to be a "parent"nope!

Ed said...

The gene pool at its best.

dc said...

These are really scarry pictures! Yes I think people should pass some sort of test and get a license to have a child. Can you tell me why I can't copy and paste onto my blog? I do it all the time with other applications. I itch to add fun stuff like you do. Or give me you e-mail and I will just pass them on to you to post. ;)

lorraine said...

My childless brother is always amazed at the suspender popping guy with "these are my kids" attitude. The easiest thing to do is fuck and results?? you got it - kids - qualified or not. Both my brothers knew that the way we were raised the chances to them being decent parents were slim and none - I was the only one of 4 kids to chance it - I batted 500 but the ones that survived are terrific and forgive a lot. The hardest thing to ever do and the easiest thing to get in to - go figure.