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Indubitably: Which is going to provide more actually cheap entertainment?
fusillade762: So nobody got robbed, shot, stabbed or trampled this year?
Bit'O'Gristle: Wait a minute...he drives to the store, buys a tv, then LEAVES HIS CAR there with a kid in it? Why wouldn't he just take his car home? Or was it his car the kid was in? TFA doesn't give enough info.
Gyrfalcon: Bit'O'Gristle: Wait a minute...he drives to the store, buys a tv, then LEAVES HIS CAR there with a kid in it? Why wouldn't he just take his car home? Or was it his car the kid was in? TFA doesn't give enough info.OK, I hadn't read the article yet, but this is six kinds of awesome.He told police he lost the boy while shopping, panicked and called someone else for a ride. The station reported that Perry did not alert Springfield police about the missing boy. Police could not immediately determine how Perry was able to lug the TV to his home without the car he drove to the store.There had better be alcohol involved, if you drive to the store with a kid sleeping in the car, buy a TV, then FORGET you've got both the kid AND the car and haul home a 51" TV on foot. I can (barely) understand forgetting the kid is in the car. But how do you forget you brought a whole car to the store...when you're buying a TV?!He's either drunk or painfully retarded.
GreenSun: It's not like the kid wanted to go with him inside a chaotic Black Friday shop. He should've just left the kid at home though. How many 2 year old kids are smart enough to be mini-arsonists anyway?