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Author Topic: Food stamps  (Read 458 times)

anonymous

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Re: Food stamps
« Reply #30 on: June 06, 2019, 11:02:44 am »
All 3 of the kids should have been put up for adoption. That way they wouldn't suffer the life they are going to have. You can spout off that they are fine and doing well but that will change! Your are nothing but a waitress!

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Re: Food stamps
« Reply #31 on: June 06, 2019, 11:30:09 am »
You would be surprised at the amount of injustice there is in the world. That still doesn't change the fact that I wasn't a killer. I was a kid. Surprisingly few people have the capacity to take another life. When it comes down to it, it isn't as simple as "Just kill him" or no abuser would be alive. I'm tired of having to explain why I didn't kill my father. It wasn't an option and it's still not an option. I got out as soon as I could. Now I'm out of it. That's the best I could do.

I had a friend growing up that tried to shoot her father when she realized he was also abusing her younger sister. He was passed out drunk but the mom caught her. They almost beat her to death. She of course never tried again.

Also he was in and had connections high up in the KKK including police, judges and government officials. He would let his friends molest/rape her too. I met her not long after he went to prison for several crimes connected to the KKK.

So much of your situation reminds me of her other than he never got her pregnant.

I hope they were able to get some help. It's shocking how many kids are abused in the home. Last statistic I read was something like 76% of kids experience abuse in the home and of that 76%, something like 60% experience sexual abuse. I'm not sure of the exact numbers or how accurate that was. It was something I read online while looking for some resources.

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Re: Food stamps
« Reply #32 on: June 06, 2019, 11:34:53 am »
All 3 of the kids should have been put up for adoption. That way they wouldn't suffer the life they are going to have. You can spout off that they are fine and doing well but that will change! Your are nothing but a waitress!
Lol you're so funny, how you think you know everything. Plenty of waitresses or other low level employees raise perfectly happy and healthy children. I'm not "nothing but a waitress." I have 2 jobs so that I can work to put my life together. And I won't be a waitress forever. I have plans for college and a career eventually. I'm going to go on to do great things with my life and give my kids a wonderful life and show them that a woman can do anything she sets her mind to. Honestly I think your kids should be given up for adoption. You're nothing but a ignorant judgmental cunt who thinks she knows everything and that she has the final say on what people do with their lives and people like you shouldn't raise kids. How about you worry about your kids and I worry about mine. Yours are going to need a lot of help to overcome your attitude. On second thought, maybe it's best if you just leave them to their own devices and have as little influence on them as you can.
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Re: Food stamps
« Reply #33 on: June 08, 2019, 04:25:59 pm »
You would be surprised at the amount of injustice there is in the world. That still doesn't change the fact that I wasn't a killer. I was a kid. Surprisingly few people have the capacity to take another life. When it comes down to it, it isn't as simple as "Just kill him" or no abuser would be alive. I'm tired of having to explain why I didn't kill my father. It wasn't an option and it's still not an option. I got out as soon as I could. Now I'm out of it. That's the best I could do.

I had a friend growing up that tried to shoot her father when she realized he was also abusing her younger sister. He was passed out drunk but the mom caught her. They almost beat her to death. She of course never tried again.

Also he was in and had connections high up in the KKK including police, judges and government officials. He would let his friends molest/rape her too. I met her not long after he went to prison for several crimes connected to the KKK.

So much of your situation reminds me of her other than he never got her pregnant.

I hope they were able to get some help. It's shocking how many kids are abused in the home. Last statistic I read was something like 76% of kids experience abuse in the home and of that 76%, something like 60% experience sexual abuse. I'm not sure of the exact numbers or how accurate that was. It was something I read online while looking for some resources.

She (the oldest) had a rough life for several years but turned her life around. We reconnected on Facebook a few years ago. Her family is still a bunch of racists and cut her out of their lives because a black family took her in when she became disabled.

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Re: Food stamps
« Reply #34 on: June 09, 2019, 03:58:18 pm »
You would be surprised at the amount of injustice there is in the world. That still doesn't change the fact that I wasn't a killer. I was a kid. Surprisingly few people have the capacity to take another life. When it comes down to it, it isn't as simple as "Just kill him" or no abuser would be alive. I'm tired of having to explain why I didn't kill my father. It wasn't an option and it's still not an option. I got out as soon as I could. Now I'm out of it. That's the best I could do.

I had a friend growing up that tried to shoot her father when she realized he was also abusing her younger sister. He was passed out drunk but the mom caught her. They almost beat her to death. She of course never tried again.

Also he was in and had connections high up in the KKK including police, judges and government officials. He would let his friends molest/rape her too. I met her not long after he went to prison for several crimes connected to the KKK.

So much of your situation reminds me of her other than he never got her pregnant.

I hope they were able to get some help. It's shocking how many kids are abused in the home. Last statistic I read was something like 76% of kids experience abuse in the home and of that 76%, something like 60% experience sexual abuse. I'm not sure of the exact numbers or how accurate that was. It was something I read online while looking for some resources.

She (the oldest) had a rough life for several years but turned her life around. We reconnected on Facebook a few years ago. Her family is still a bunch of racists and cut her out of their lives because a black family took her in when she became disabled.
I'm glad she was able to turn her life around and overcome the hate she was raised with. It's very hard to be a decent person when you were raised by scum. My father is a perfect example.

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Re: Food stamps
« Reply #35 on: June 11, 2019, 08:07:13 am »
All 3 of the kids should have been put up for adoption. That way they wouldn't suffer the life they are going to have. You can spout off that they are fine and doing well but that will change! Your are nothing but a waitress!


You should have been put up for adoption for being a wondercunt, smdh. Your parents did a shitty job of raising you and should have just given up, but alas here we have a POS pussy poster

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Re: Food stamps
« Reply #36 on: June 11, 2019, 04:15:52 pm »
Do you really think people are paying that much attention to how you pay for your food? In all my years of grocery shopping I have never looked at how the person in front of me is paying for their purchase.

anonymous

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Re: Food stamps
« Reply #37 on: June 11, 2019, 06:11:16 pm »
Why isn't the father paying for the children's food?

 

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