that is freaking priceless.
a 5 years old beating up her teacher and hitting the assistant principal.
i love it!
One bad ass little girl, man.
2005-03-29 10:26 am (UTC)
yeah i read that crazy crap in our local paper a week or so ago
Yeah, I'm a little behind.
I am just wondering why the child thinks it can act that way.... probably does at home... Yeah putting the kid in cuffs is not acceptable, but I still wonder if the child's household environment allows for such behavior. I guess the statement that pisses me off/ saddens me out of this whole thing is the mother saying "They set my baby up"
Yes it is good to defend your children, no it isn't right that a school would do this to a child, but Come On.....
I agree. If my kid (you know, assuming that I have them at some point) ever behaved that way they would be in more trouble with me than anyone else. You know?
I was always raised to believe that children are a reflection of their parents.
Great flying Scotsman, what the hell are her parents like for her to act like that?
Unless she's a little sociopath...
it's a crazy world and children are just potatos and we are the sacks that hold them...
hehe wow that's intersting , but how can kid have that big of anger problem?! but arrtesting went a little too far thts going to scare the kids for life
Seriously. I remember getting detention in kindergarten and I was the biggest bad ass in that class... but man.. Being arrested? No kindergartener in the world is going o be able to live up to that.
I don't think that kindergarten boy that shot his classmate was even taken out in handcuffs..
Yeah, that was my favorite part too.
yeah, weird...i saw this on the news in the airport a couple of weeks ago...
Like I said.. I'm behind the times.
I feel like an episode of "South Park" escaped TV and infiltrated our reality.
It's a conspiracy.
After all, just ask the girls Mom.
My nephew has had similiar outbursts at school. He once bit a kid for using the wrong color crayon, and is sent to the principles office nearly everyday for similiar outbursts. He really is a good kid and sensitive (despite his violent outbursts), plus when he was in first grade he was measured to have the reading vocabulary of a 6th grader. Anyhoo, it still seems odd to have the police called and for the child to be arrested, especially when they had campus security present. Maybe the teacher just panicked? Either way, maybe being arrested was a good experience for the kid and taught her that their are higher authorities than her parents to deal with if she goes berserk again?
I dont' know.. I can see that theory working for a fourth grader... but a kindergartener?
And they say taking candy from a baby is "easy".
lol. Nice. ;) She could probably kick my ass.
*laughs* That really does bring a whole new meaning to "like taking candy from a baby". Ahh, man, this is priceless. I do feel a little bad for the girl, since her mother is obviously a little... overdramatic. So she's probably been brought up the same way. Oh well. I say send her to Kiddie Boot Camp on Maury! XD
I haven't seen a Maury show that wasn't about paternity tests in years.
police cars and handcuffs are fun but did they fingerprint the little fucker?
They'll know whose breaking into all those houses and stealing those barbies then..
hehe, thats one crazy little girl. i bet nobody messed with her after that.
i dropped out of pre-school cuz it was "too loud" says my mom.
My son freaked out at a basketball game.. some kids just don't like a lot of noise.
You better believe the fifth graders were like "Watch out! That kindergarteners coming!"
Crazy little kids nowadayz