Monday, June 23, 2014

Some Days, I Really Hate People.

And it's especially because of people like this alleged human:

Cops: Drunk Mom Drove with 6 Kids on Car’s Roof, Trunk
What should have been a quick drive home from a neighborhood pool turned into a much longer ordeal after a mother of four was arrested for allegedly driving drunk while her children and two others rode on top of her car.

The reason? Mom didn’t want the wet kids to damage the car’s upholstery.
You want to hear the kicker? The pool is less than half a mile from this stupid bint's house. She drove drunk *and* needlessly endangered the lives of not only her four kids, but two other children as well. Because she didn't want to damage her car's upholstery, four kids had to go to the hospital - one via MedFlight. Here's a crazy idea. If you've had too much to drink, and the kids are all in wet bathing suits, why not walk back to the house?

I mean, why is that so hard? You've had a couple adult beverages while the kids played in the pool. I totally get that. It's summer, you're relaxing, it happens. You're within easy walking distance of your house, though - why on G-d's Green Earth didn't you round up the troops and walk home? Alright kids, you're soaked, there's no way you're getting in my car, let's walk. They don't even have to know you had one too many.

And then there's the mindset that her car is more important than these six kids. Even if she had been stone-cold sober, putting six kids on the OUTSIDE of a car and driving ANY distance is about the dumbest idea in the world. I'd feel different if it had been a pickup, mind you - I can't tell you the number of times I rode in the back of my grandfather's Chevy or my buddy Cliff's dad's Ranchero. But on the roof and trunk?

Lady, I'd say you're as dumb as a box of rocks, but that would be insulting to a box of rocks...

That is all.


Armed Texan said...

Making the poor dears walk home in 95 degree weather?!? Unheard of in Texas <*snerk*>. Better to make them hang on to the sun-baked 140 degree metal skin on the car.

Glenn B said...

What a shithead. Sorry but there was no other more appropriate word to describe her that came to mind.

Sendarius said...

Too late, the nannies here have already banned riding in the back of the pick-up.

BTW, in Oz, we call them "utes" - the cars, not the kids. :)