A mom in St Louis is in some hot water for posting a video on her Facebook page where she encourages three-year-olds to fight.
In the video the toddlers are seen fighting and screaming while their mom eggs them on.
She shouts, "Got some action!" and "Y'all better ball up some fists!" while the kids punch and swat at each other while shrieking in agony.
This is a heartbreaking story about one women’s last chance attempt for compassion. Darlene Gant is a 46-year-old women suffering from stage-four breast cancer, and she doesn’t have long to live. Now her biggest concern is that she will not be alive to spend another Mother’s Day with her 11-year-old son, even though there is a trial drug in the works that could help prolong her life.
Please excuse the blurry image of this amazing mom and her son, but there was a HUGE EARTHQUAKE GOING ON! This footage was taken during a 9.0 earthquake in Japan, and the cool that this mom keeps is incredible.
A mother in Indiana was arrested for beating her child with a extension cord until he ran out the house to a next door neighbor. Why? Because he was sagging his pants at school. She has since been released but received a Class D felony.
Damn really? If that's the case my mom should be on FBI's most wanted list. Do you think the mother went to far?
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