In order to change their behavior you need to change your own behavior, You think?

 In order to change their behavior, you’ll need to change your own behavior, You think? [forget the “takes a village” theory,    –  just one realistic, empathic parent will do.]

 

Hal’s blog, asked this question “How does Oprah Winfrey handle a serious topic?” stating that watching Oprah (4.21.2009), on the 10th anniversary of the Columbine massacre, would be a preview of how Ms. Winfrey covers a topic that has a lot of unanswered questions.

 

This was my Original comment on Hal’s Blog

The parents of the Columbine murderers and the Casey Anthony’s parents are not one in the same.

The Columbine tragedy, was not only witnessed by the survivors, but the also by the security camera and live footage that was being recorded when the media followed a queue from the CDLE, SWAT, Medical and other first responders to the scene that day. the offenders were also not shy about leaving a trail of first hand discovery by the CDLE searches of their homes.

Regarding the statement that “George and Cindy Anthony are part of the crime”, well unless you have first hand knowledge, and you have come forward and presented this information to FDLE, I would say at best that their culpability is limited to the on going unhealthy relationship with their daughter that transcended even the most opportunistic parent of a child who was unwilling to own up to her inability to maintain a stable environment for her daughter, and the fear she felt, when faced with her parents.

Okay HARD HAT is firmly place upon my noggin, go head… send the spin.

Posted by: finnperkins | April 18, 2009 at 11:13 PM

 

 

The only one you are impressing or amusing here is yourself finn. As stated before by several others, your posts are nonsense and ridiculous. Go find a site for sickos that love babykillers.
JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE!!  Posted by: TLS |
April 19, 2009 at 12:26 PM

 

My Reply to TLS –

 

I accept your opinion, even your expression of dislike through those words, “nonsense” and “ridiculous”. I can even understand that you want justice for the victim. What I don’t understand, that after reading your post several times over, don’t be impressed, I read it repeatedly, because, I do not see the relevance in regards to the topic,

 

– “How does Oprah Winfrey handle a serious topic?” – “shocking revelations and clues the killers left behind. What we can all learn now. “

What I did find in your post, is the inability to express a valid and viable rebuttal to my post, -by offering insulting remarks, only allows a reader, [be it myself or others] to – –

1. Wonder what I had posted, and feel possibly as miffed as I did, with your response.

2. Wonder whether for Caylee, or anyone. What your post has to do with JUSTICE,

3. Wonder why a person with possibly a vast vocabulary would limit themselves to such primitive words.

 

So in closing, again, I appreciate your opinion. Keep writing, looking forward to my next insult…. I‘ll wear my industrial grade Hard Hat.

 

 

p.s. – since my response to this person on Hal’s blog, Ms. Winfrey pulled the segment, and stated in summary, that today was for the families of the victims.

 

IMO – think that we might want to place more media coverage on proactive parenting. Every time a new tragedy hits the news, seems like its daily these days, that asking “how can we stop this from happening again? is a question that will be the hallmark of every story that the media covers, with-out emphasis on how much the old parenting rule – Spare the rod , Spoil the child” , had worked for the “Walton’s, the Ingall’s and 7th Heaven, although these were fictional TV family’s, the stories were autobiographical clips from the writer’s  childhood.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. marolyn
    Apr 24, 2009 @ 11:18:51

    Will not be reading this anymore, what garbage!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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