Newtown family lawsuit…

A Newtown family has filed a 100 million dollar lawsuit against the state claiming that they failed to protect the children from “forseeable harm.”  This family did NOT lose a child on that horrible day.  In fact, they have a healthy, breathing 6 year old child at home with them.  That’s a lot more than those other 20 sets of parents have.  Those parents had to bury their children right before Christmas.

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And let’s look at this “forseeable harm” shit.  (Sorry about the language, but I’m pissed off.)  I would love to know how this horrific event was forseeable.  This Lanza kid shoots his mom at her home and then drives to the school to shoot kids.  As far as I know, there were no prior threats made, no notes sent, no gossip from his friends or aquaintances, not one indication that this sociopath would drive to a school and murder children.  The school has not had any situations dealing with lunatics roaming the halls carrying weapons.  This school even had better security than most schools.  So, what exactly was forseeable???

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It seems to me that this family is just looking for a huge payday.  They are using this tragedy to make themselves a fortune.  Personally, I don’t think the state owes them shit.  No one owes them anything at all.  They should be counting their blessings and being thankful they have their child.  They could also show a little compassion for the other families that weren’t so lucky.

People these days are looking for too many damn handouts.  Profiting off tragedies and sheer stupidity seem to be the craze.  Think back to the person who sued McDonalds for their coffee being hot.  She spilled it, like an idiot, and got mad cause it was hot.  It’s coffee you moron!  Our court system allows this type of shit too.  What has happened to this country and it’s citizens?

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Some parents…smh!

Yesterday, while I was waiting to pick up my daughter from school, I was baffled by the display of idiocy by some of the adults.

First off, it was raining like hell.  The rain and lightning, of course, made pick up time slightly difficult.  And to my amazement, there were a group of adults huddled under the one tree on the school premises.  Let me say that again….huddled under THE ONE TREE on the property….during a severe thunderstorm that had tons of lightning!  And the dummy awards go to….. Let’s not stay in our car until a school employee lets you know your child is coming out and you go get them.  Noooo, let’s just huddle up and give lightning a lovely target.  Damn.

Secondly, I witness one mother slightly jogging down the sidewalk to meet her little boy.  He couldn’t have been more than 5-6 years old.  He begins walking briskly with his mother with his little book bag over his head so he doesn’t get soaking wet.  Now the weather was calling for lots of bad weather yesterday.  I sent my child to school with an umbrella and I noticed several parents with umbrellas.  But this mom… well, she decided she would melt or something.  She took her son’s book bag and placed it over HER head and made him WALK in the rain.  She wasn’t jogging or walking fast anymore.  This mom literally was making her son walk in the rain while she stayed semi dry under his book bag.  What a crock!