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  • I didn't know pedophiles traded up.
  • There's a guy who needs to spend more time with his kid if he can't tell he's got the wrong one.
  • shout "hey mackenzie" and half the girls will look your way.
  • Ambivalence: There's a guy who needs to spend more time with his kid if he can't tell he's got the wrong one.


    If you actually had read the article, he was picking up a friend's child, not his own.
  • Durr....that's an unfortunate last name. Durr...
  • em.. something is very wrong here...
  • Mom usually picked her up in a helicopter?
  • Leopard print jacket's all kinds of sexy.
  • Last time I had to pick a kid up from school as a favor to someone, the office required my ID, residence / phone information and took a picture of me for their computer system. They weren't farking around, but I was just trying to do a friend a favor and she tells me "Just go to the gate and wait for her". Yeah, right.
  • I worry about this everytime I pick up my step daughter
  • Ambivalence: There's a guy who needs to spend more time with his kid if he can't tell he's got the wrong one.


    Please tell us how you're not a retard for concluding that the right Courtney is his kid? Don't refute stupidity with stupidity.
  • He should be charged anyway. Zero Tolerance in schools.
  • gadian: Last time I had to pick a kid up from school as a favor to someone, the office required my ID, residence / phone information and took a picture of me for their computer system. They weren't farking around, but I was just trying to do a friend a favor and she tells me "Just go to the gate and wait for her". Yeah, right.


    Yeah she was probably trying to tip you off to avoid all the hassle.

    I remember when my daughter was about 3 the daycare at college was like a nazi concentration camp. I found it extremely overwhelming and threatening (I was going through a hard time). I can't remember the details now, but I do remember having to take a stand and chew out the woman in charge over it for some reason. Oh I remember - all this security that stopped me from being able to get in without being treated like human dirt, and yet they couldn't tell me how my daughter got a nasty big scratch on her face when she was playing outside, because no staff were out there with the kids. There was quite a lot to this story, but after 13 years the details are gone. I just remember finally snapping. I used to be quite a hardcore character, and I was obviously always under suspicion whenever I went near the place just because of my appearance. It was a college FFS. They should have been used to weird parents.

    The funniest one was when my ex went to pick her up from school during lesson time when she was about 7. He had fluorescent pink hair and a huge shiner, so he wore a black beanie and huge dark glasses. He got challenged by the security, and they laughed a LOT when he took them off to show them why he was wearing them ...
  • I could see this happening on an early episode of "Everyone Loves Raymond." Ray picks ups the wrong Ally, and the cop is, of course, his brother, Robert.

    Comedy high jinx ensue.

    //where is my Emmy?
  • Honestly surprised they didn't arrest him, then coach the kid into saying he'd touched her.

    Had something similar to this happen here, the cops kept the boy in questioning with an "advocate" for 2 hours and told the parents they couldn't go in because they were under suspicion for neglect.
  • StashMonster: gadian: Last time I had to pick a kid up from school as a favor to someone, the office required my ID, residence / phone information and took a picture of me for their computer system. They weren't farking around, but I was just trying to do a friend a favor and she tells me "Just go to the gate and wait for her". Yeah, right.

    Yeah she was probably trying to tip you off to avoid all the hassle.

    I remember when my daughter was about 3 the daycare at college was like a nazi concentration camp. I found it extremely overwhelming and threatening (I was going through a hard time). I can't remember the details now, but I do remember having to take a stand and chew out the woman in charge over it for some reason. Oh I remember - all this security that stopped me from being able to get in without being treated like human dirt, and yet they couldn't tell me how my daughter got a nasty big scratch on her face when she was playing outside, because no staff were out there with the kids. There was quite a lot to this story, but after 13 years the details are gone. I just remember finally snapping. I used to be quite a hardcore character, and I was obviously always under suspicion whenever I went near the place just because of my appearance. It was a college FFS. They should have been used to weird parents.

    The funniest one was when my ex went to pick her up from school during lesson time when she was about 7. He had fluorescent pink hair and a huge shiner, so he wore a black beanie and huge dark glasses. He got challenged by the security, and they laughed a LOT when he took them off to show them why he was wearing them ...


    Nice draft. Let us know when the movie comes out.

    /not being sarcastic
  • "Meanwhile, the friend who was supposed to pick up Courtney Durr was waiting at the bust stop and unable to find the little girl."

    Tell me more about this bust stop...
  • XGoldenDragon514: I worry about this everytime I pick up my step daughter


    She sounds sexy. Please go on
  • DURR? The little girl's last name is Durr?

    She would immediately qualify for my imaginary Free Name Change When You Turn 18 law.

    Absolutely no fees, the government clerks do all the paperwork for you, the process is as streamlined as possible. Ideally, people who qualify would just have to show up, ID themselves, and tell the office what they wanted their new name to be.

    I mean seriously. DURR?
  • They look the same when you turn them upside down.
  • FTA - "As for Deaner, he says he'll have no problem recognizing the right Courtney in future.

    'I won't forget,' he said. 'I'll take a picture.' "

    Yeah, I bet you will. You sick fark.
  • gadian: Last time I had to pick a kid up from school as a favor to someone, the office required my ID, residence / phone information and took a picture of me for their computer system. They weren't farking around, but I was just trying to do a friend a favor and she tells me "Just go to the gate and wait for her". Yeah, right.


    I did that once for a friend who threw her back out. Didn't get the TSA treatment but they checked their custody issue list to see if my friends kid was on it.

    Story from my grandmother. She kept a little girl after class and made her clean the blackboard. As a result she missed the bus. So my grandmother asked the janitor if he'd give the girl a ride home. Girl gets in the janitors car and they drive off. Principal comes over and asks what's up. Then says, you know you sent that girl off with a convicted murderer right. Look of horror from my grandmother. Principal laughed said, he'd never hurt a little girl. Grandmother found out he'd shot the guy cheating on his wife. Went to prison, got out, still married. Went to work for the school district.
  • So you're saying you can just go down to the school and pick out a 9 year old to take home?

    Don't you at least have to leave a deposit?
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