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I would have punched that lady out. And then begged her to call her husband up to beat him up too.

If she had done it to a dog people would demand her death. Ah that's just a kid, freedom of choice right..

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According to the Internal Revenue Service, the 400 richest American households earned a total of $US138 billion, up from $US105 billion a year earlier. That's an average of $US345 million each, on which they paid a tax rate of just 16.6 per cent.

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Ill bet you what happened is the kid was throwing a fit and she got sick of it and decided to leave rather he liked it or not, but yeah she should of picked her kid up instead of that nonsense

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They're not the brightest in that state.

According to the Internal Revenue Service, the 400 richest American households earned a total of $US138 billion, up from $US105 billion a year earlier. That's an average of $US345 million each, on which they paid a tax rate of just 16.6 per cent.

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I would have punched that lady out. And then begged her to call her husband up to beat him up too.

If she had done it to a dog people would demand her death. Ah that's just a kid, freedom of choice right..

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Ill bet you what happened is the kid was throwing a fit and she got sick of it and decided to leave rather he liked it or not.

Even if she had spanked him I would be fine with it. But dragging your kid like a piece of scrap is not acceptable. Have some respect for you child.

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According to the Internal Revenue Service, the 400 richest American households earned a total of $US138 billion, up from $US105 billion a year earlier. That's an average of $US345 million each, on which they paid a tax rate of just 16.6 per cent.

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I'm a firm believer of corporal punishment. How about someone her own size put her on a leash and drag her on asphalt instead, like a piece of ###### too.

According to the Internal Revenue Service, the 400 richest American households earned a total of $US138 billion, up from $US105 billion a year earlier. That's an average of $US345 million each, on which they paid a tax rate of just 16.6 per cent.

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Ah yes a good spanking is needed. So many things wrong with this picture though. First of all she has a kid on leash. :wacko:

The kid's on a leash because he's a preschooler, probably in the terrible twos, and is probably apt to run off. The mom doesn't want her kid to disappear. The leash doesn't go around the neck. It is more like a harness. I used one when my daughter first started to walk. We were traveling through China during a national holiday (crowds of biblical porpotions.) I wanted to give her the independence she craved, but I did not want to lose her in such a crowd. I "loved her enough to let her go", but not forever. In the US, I would have used the leash so that she could have some level of independence without having to worry about a pervert kidnapping her. I'm tempted to use it now because my daughter is a VERY independent-minded two-year-old and it's either put her on a leash or let her run around out of my sight in a public place or restrict her independence by buckling her into her stroller, whining incessantly to get out, or we don't go out, which really isn't a choice. I think I'd rather let people like you judge me than regret it later when I'm on the news begging the pedaphile who grabbed my child to please return her unharmed. I'd rather raise her to be independent, but I don't think it is my right to allow her to take unnecessary risks.

Now, dragging her through a store. . . I don't think I'd do that. At that point, she would be marched out of the store by her ear, likely. Again, there would be people judging me for that, and I might even get a call from child services, but #### them.

And I'd sue anyone who took my daughter's picture and posted it anywhere. How dare they exploit my daughter.

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From my perspective, looks like the kid is enjoying it, kid is his showing some motion with the left knee bent, doubt if he is sleeping or dead. Can read anything you want to from this short clip. She is sweeping the floor with her kid, doubt if I would like one of my kids to get all dirty.

Was in a grocery store where a young mom had three kids, guessing ages from 5-7, they were running all over the place grabbing anything off the shelve and dumping it in the cart, she would return one item while two more were being dropped in. Just tried to get by without running over her kids, it's her problem. Some kids are positively wild, seems like she had one after another and quit.

Now if she was dragging these kid on a gravel road or over a hot bed of coals, would be reason to be concerned.

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Back in the day when I was a child, leashes were quite common . I remember the neighbour hooking her boy on a leash and attaching him to the clothes line while she was doing the gardening.

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A harness to stop your baby who has just learned to walk from running off is one thing but dragging your 4 to 6 year old throughout a store is moronic and brazen.

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According to the Internal Revenue Service, the 400 richest American households earned a total of $US138 billion, up from $US105 billion a year earlier. That's an average of $US345 million each, on which they paid a tax rate of just 16.6 per cent.

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Back in the day when I was a child, leashes were quite common . I remember the neighbour hooking her boy on a leash and attaching him to the clothes line while she was doing the gardening.

mine kept hooking my leash to passing cars. :unsure:

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lol..that is why you were Texas state cross country champ

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