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Usually when we blog about something that happens in Southbridge it involves drugs and amazingly attractive people oozing sex appeal, like this:
So we switched it up today and brought you a different kind of criminal…..
Obviously 110 mph is extremely dangerous and there’s no excuse for it whatsoever. But it’s really not blogworthy in and of itself. That is unless Mom shows up and pulls a “free muh boi,” which of course she did:
As soon as she said “but” I immediately understood why this lugnut feels like it’s OK to drive 110 mph in a residential area. It was further validated when she said the words “soapboxes,” (as if people casting judgement on shitty behavior is a bad thing), “you made a stupid mistake,” (as if all mistakes are equal), “you are not perfect” (AKA only God can judge).
Pro tip – if your kid gets arrested and his mugshot goes on Facebook, don’t show up to defend his honor in the comments. And especially don’t lecture other people about how nasty they’re being, when you’re the one who raised a kid who has no problem endangering innocent people…
But she hadn’t gone full ratchet yet, and was mainly sticking to the “no one got hurt except for my feelings” routine:
“It is difficult to read the nasty comments.”
Here’s an idea – don’t read the comments. That’s an actual option. And whatever you do, don’t post on the Southbridge PD Facebook page. Because nothing good can come of that.
But the more she spoke, the more you realized that she’s the Mom who constantly makes excuses for her kid, which is how he ends up feeling entitled to drive like this in a BMW in a residential neighborhood…
Oh good, she’s giving the middle finger to people who are calling her out on her enabling behavior. This definitely makes her look like a good mother.
Then she kicked it up a notch, calling the cops liars for saying that he was going that fast (even though he admitted to driving that fast) and that he was not hiding from them, he was pulling into their house:
She also said that they had recently moved and no longer lived on that street.
So why was he there then?
Oh OK. He was doing a “final walkthrough” with two friends. And in order to do that he had to drive 110 mph. For sure.
It’s all good though, because Mom once saved France from ISIS….
Soon the enablers started showing up, beginning with the “he’s just a kid” whinos:
Yes, we were all 20 once. Who hasn’t driven 110 mph on a residential road? It’s part of growing up.
Kelly was appreciative of the excuse she hadn’t thought of and immediately began to play the victim card:
Ahh yes, the “your words will make someone commit suicide” routine. I’d love to see those text messages you got from strangers because of a Facebook post though. I’m sure lots of strangers from Facebook can easily get your phone number and begin “harassing” you. That definitely happened.
This of course led to more excuses….
Chuds complaining about the Southbridge PD illegally posting arrest information on Facebook…
Complaints that the SPD should be busting drug dealers instead….
Even though SPD routinely posts about drug busts they make in their drug infested cesspool of a town.
And finally you had the feelings patrol who said that the police should not “shame” criminals on Facebook because we should all “rise about the Turtleboy mentality”:
Which is exactly the kind of comment that makes you end up on Turtleboy.
Duckfaced selfie. Never saw that one coming.
The bottom line is the police departments everywhere should post mugshots like this on Facebook, because public shaming is the best detriment society has going for it. We get messages all the time about how the fear of being on Turtleboy keeps people from doing bad things. The Internet is forever, so if you don’t want shit like this to come up for eternity whenever someone Googles your name, then just obey the law and you’ll be all set. It’s really not complicated.