Mom And Dad Attempt To Defend East Putnam “Firefighter” Who Stole Car, Enticed Cops Into High Speed Chase, And Hit A State Trooper Before Crashing Into Stone Wall
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Here’s a couple winners out of the vast wonderland known as the Connecticut Corridor….
Where the free my boi crowd at? How bout the “are you perfect?” crew? Or the “he’s a good kid” posse? Or the “media is lying” patrol?
Oh, there they are. Turns out it’s Mom and Dad.
Yup. Firefighter in East Putnam apparently. And just like some nudniks we profiled the other day, they don’t understand what the Loving Facebook filter means:
Once again, “Loving” is in reference to the movie about Loving vs. Virginia, which legalized interracial marriage in America. People who use this filter are supposed to be interracial couples proudly displaying their color blind commitment to one another. It is not meant for white couples or black couples who who are “loving” one another. In this context, Loving is a person’s last name, not a state of affection.
Anyway, guess what junior does?
So this kid is 19 and he’s a probationary firefighter in East Putnam? Uhhhh…do they just let anyone sign up? Do they just let him piss on the camp fires when they bust up keg parties? I was under the impression that running into burning buildings required pretty extensive training and, ya know, a brain. Someone with common sense not to get in a high speed chase with the cops, ram into a state trooper (forcing them to crash into a tree), before reaching their stone wall getaway destination.
Anyway, Mom and Dad’s contention is that their precious son was just the passenger, therefore, no big deal. But if you hang out with shit for too long:
Then you start to stink like it. Just sayin.
Apparently these two geniuses went looking for trouble too. They stole a car and began driving around the Plainfield Police Station flipping off the cops, because they apparently had no intention of living to see tomorrow.
Newsflash – no one wants to hear about how your son wasn’t the driver. No one believes that he was just some innocent bystander actively trying to convince his asshole friend to do the right thing and stop the car. No one can relate to being in a situation like that, because no normal person would ever befriend someone like Chad Barrett.
The lesson here is simple – if you or your loved one gets arrested in an incident where a cop or innocent civilian could easily have been killed, stay far, far away from the Facebook machine. No one wants to hear about what a good kid your son is. No one cares that he volunteered at the old folks home that one time. No one cares that no one else is perfect. Because although many of us have returned a library book late, or driven 10 mph above the speed limit, these are not in the same ballpark as what junior and his buddy did.
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