As I was reading my son a bedtime story last night, all of a sudden he looked at me and asked the fundamental question every parents dreads…
“Mommy, where do hoodboogers come from?”
Oh man. The birds and the bees. What could I say, but the truth?
“Well, son, sometimes when a titooed wooly hammoth and a Chicago Bulls hat wearing thug
really love each other have too much henny on a Tuesday night, raucous grundle tickling ensues and that’s how baby ratchimals are made.”
So yesterday we blogged about the kid who was restrained by the assistant principal for nabbing a milk and bolting. As expected, the media has demonized the white assistant principal for beating on an innocent black kid with epilepsy. Well I’m sorry to break it to everybody, but it seems Amare Pemberton is not the honor student we all thought he was.
Sad thing is, ratchets breed ratchets. If my mom made it a habit of slaughtering 75 leopards and wearing their carcasses as a skanky prom dress in front of a set of plywood barn doors, I’m not sure how I would turn out either.
Anyways, let’s meet the spawn of the show, Amare. He’s definitely not fond of using the N word, advertising his media appearances, and totally respects authority and adults in general.
Chicks asking to fake witness statements. And a screenshot of “witness” conversation. So basically, this kid tried to nab a milk and bolt, got caught by the assistant principal who was trying to hold him accountable (you know, like doing his job and all), so he tried to run away from him, and got restrained for being a nuisance. You can see the kid thrashing and squirming, which is WHY he was being restrained. I love the people who say just let the kid have the milk. PLEASE tell me again how kids aren’t entitled and understand accountability…
Did I mention how he has assault charges from this incident himself?
Here’s some real gems from his FB page. This is a 15 year old talking like this. Maybe its time I learn to homeschool my little turtle baby.
Can any dykes weigh in? Inquiring minds need to know.
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