ironic its form canada. the rage i feel is making me want a zombie apacolypse now. ironic its form canada the rage i feel is making me want a zombie apacolypse now
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#24 - hadis
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#10 - snakefire
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Even people with severe autism and down syndrome can be taught to behave. I worked with tards for half a year as a volunteer.

There's a difference between a meltdown and them screaming because they feel like it.
One is acceptable (or rather, unpreventable) the other you can teach them not to.

If you treat a special needs kid like it has a crutch to do whatever it wants, it will not only be special needs, but it will be UNRULY special needs. Discipline is important no matter your disposition.
#16 to #10 - anon id: d1c1d65a
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I have a feeling most people don't teach....special people to behave thinking that LOL NAH LET HIM DO HIS THING, HES AUTISTIC, and interfere only in case something bad happens instead of actually teaching them to behave.

They basically go with that excuse in order to avoid the responsibility of teaching them how to act.

Just my opinion.Never met someone like that but I watched some stuff about it online out of boredom.
User avatar #29 to #10 - noideawhatimdoing
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id the child is in their lawn/on their property and at play then of course theyre going to make noise. Anyone with kids in their neighbourhood hears screams and excessive noise as theyre outside, and actually allowed to use their outside voices lol
#17 - purestwater
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Last time I checked we don't live in Sparta where we can toss all the rejected newborns into a pit of death. I notice whoever wrote that message didn't have the guts to leave a name or address or contact info of any kind.

Over use of exclamation points.

I personally don't think the severely retarded should survive, whatever the argument, unless the parents wish to devote their lives. Most of them do. I'm fine with this.
User avatar #44 to #17 - sackson
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I've work with guy who has autism nice lad
User avatar #26 - noideawhatimdoing
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this lady actually is from my general area (a couple towns over). she is facing deportation upon discovery due to the 1980 Canadian Manner Act. All persons who do not exemplify the standard Canadian Behaviors Law are removed from the country and have their social medical, public education and other privileges revoked.
#34 to #26 - wyldek
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Wait, really? You're ******* with us. They don't actually kick you out of Canada just for being RUDE.

...right?
User avatar #35 to #34 - noideawhatimdoing
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if a citizen violates the Canadian Manners Act or CMA they are stripped of all Canadian government funded benefits and are either sent to a reformat facility to be reintegrated into society or are expedited from our lands and people who are no longer welcome are deported and given an official apology letter.
#36 to #35 - wyldek
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Congratulations, you win. I had to Google it to find out there's no such thing.
User avatar #38 to #36 - noideawhatimdoing
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We dont like other countries to know about the CMA because we like our reputation of being nice. This is why its not available for people outside of Canada to read about it.

On other words, i love you
#54 to #36 - alegitusername
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actually believing people in canada can't be rude or else they face deportation... words fail me
actually believing people in canada can't be rude or else they face deportation... words fail me
#37 to #36 - wyldek
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Woah, why are those eyebrows so angry?
User avatar #32 to #26 - SgtObvious
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I think the woman who wrote this is horrible but that's just ridiculous...
User avatar #14 - pompladouche
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a. seems fake
b. second paragraph is a bit heavy handed
3. Have you ever heard a special needs kid screaming non-stop and nobody do anything about it? I have. Its like a ******* Banshee coming for your soul
User avatar #21 to #14 - MunsterHam
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Would you like the news article? this was only a couple days ago, there's an interview with the mother too
User avatar #25 to #21 - klick
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I actually wouldn't mind reading it.
User avatar #48 to #25 - MunsterHam
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User avatar #49 to #48 - klick
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thanks!
User avatar #50 to #49 - MunsterHam
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No problem c:
User avatar #28 to #14 - noideawhatimdoing
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its not fake. This is local to me, its made the news and police are after the parent that sent this.
and some children (special needs or not) when happy or playing make noises, screaming, yelling etc.
#18 to #14 - mcdonaldsman
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ok i just read this about five times cos my rain new there was something wrong then i noticed it said "a, b, 3".
User avatar #20 - RIPphyscovideos
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Sending someone a letter like that would just make the receiver want to put their kid out in the yard more, just to piss the writer off
#19 - weewing
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What a ******* bitchstick. The "concerned mother"'s obviously in a shut-off discontented bubble of a suburb, n' such has grown an unjustified sense of superiority.

Snakefire's got it completely right; "Discipline is important no matter your disposition."
User avatar #12 - flemsdfer
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I don't think anyone has the right to push a parent to have their children euthanized. That prissy, judgemental, bitch makes me hope she outlives her children at a young age.
User avatar #13 to #12 - Nitsuin
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...I'm pretty sure you can't have a child euthanized anyway... Well, not in any legal manner.
User avatar #15 to #13 - flemsdfer
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I know, but just the audacity to tell a fellow mother to do such a thing anyway is what angered me. Sure, no one likes tard wails, but you can't just yell at the mother to kill her child over it, nor leave her home. A civil discussion could have been had over the noise matter and ways controlling it a little better.
User avatar #22 to #13 - heartlessrobot
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Casey Anthoney got away with it.
User avatar #5 - hockeycrazysteve
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i have a mentally disabled brother so i read it out to him (he was in the room at the time) and he thinks this is some funny **** so don't feel guilt or sympathy. some times bitches need to get told.
#1 - yamadashinichi
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*Cocks shotgun* So where is the child to be euthanized?
User avatar #2 to #1 - jacksipian
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hell ill give you ammo to do it lol.
User avatar #3 to #1 - sepheroth
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Apparently Canada.

But on a related note, Holy ****!
#7 to #3 - yamadashinichi
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User avatar #8 to #7 - sepheroth
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Well, since this may have actually happened...
#9 to #8 - yamadashinichi
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I'll do that to the kid too if needed. The life of a tard is cruel and unusual punishment for everyone who is subjected to them. Many times people do not teach the kids right and they turn into horrible little brats. I understand they have difficulties learning but that won't stop them from getting the **** kicked out of them when they try that on anyone who doesn't know. So, you either watch your hellspawn or you teach them, no matter the effort required. Forcing that kind of behavior because you don't want to deal with it is unacceptable. I guess I should be more pissed at the parents but I want them to suffer for allowing such horrid actions to occur.