The Amount Of People Defending This Idiot Driver’s Ed Instructor Who Posted Facebook Pics Of His 13 Year Old Son Driving On Route 20 Is Amazing
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This story out of Sturbridge today is NOT from The Onion. I swear to God. A father is being charged with letting his 13 year old kid drive through some of the busiest and most dangerous roads in the town that is basically the nexus between Massachusetts and New York for 8.5 miles. His profession? Driver’s ed instructor of course:
Yup. This mother fucker posted the pictures to Facebook!! The best part is how his friends told him how dumb it was to do that, and his response was “shhhh.” Because everyone knows that posting “shhhh” on Facebook makes your words and pictures invisible. Can’t make this shit up.
The La Quinta that ultimately gave away his location was right on Route 20 in Fiskdale. If you’ve never driven on that road during rush hour, take a day trip tomorrow around 4:30 and let me know how that goes. It’s clusterfuck city. He wasn’t just driving on some dirt road in the middle of nowhere. Dude brought him into a highly concentrated area with some of the worst drivers known to mankind.
Anyway, Stevey’s Facebook page doesn’t have much left on it now. Just some pictures of one of the world’s oldest 35 year old man:
We looked him up on on the Twitter machine and it turns out he’s a former Brookfield selectman. Ya got that? Not only is he in charge of teaching children the appropriate rules of the road, he was also in charge of a town. And from the looks of it he was no stranger to controversy. Here he is yelling at an angry townswoman:
— Craig Semon (@CraigSemon) March 22, 2017
And here he is being called a liar and ironically questioning a citizen about breaking certain laws:
— Craig Semon (@CraigSemon) March 30, 2017
Keep in mind, this guy likes the law so much that he let his 13 year old kid drive through Route 20 and then posted pictures of it on Facebook. Apparently the pressure became too much for him because he has since resigned.
— Craig Semon (@CraigSemon) March 30, 2017
Anyway, I figured we all could agree that this was a case of parenting gone wrong. But alas I ventured over to the comments section of the Sturbridge PD and Turtlegram and Gazette’s Facebook page, and found that he was not in short supply of supporters:
Oh good, Dad wasn’t drunk. Therefore it’s OK. Looks like Pete’s setting the bar pretty high.
This one was great:
“Shame on the government and the laws.”
“If he trusts his kid, or any other 13 year old behind the wheel, I do too.”
Quotes of the century right there. This isn’t satire. She typed those words, she read them over, and she thought to herself, “I’m gonna hit the enter button now.” Apparently Meaghan believes that any 13 YEAR OLD that this random yahoo from Brookfield, with a bootleg driving school, arbitrarily decides to trust behind the wheel of a car can drive down the busiest road in Sturbridge in broad daylight. Makes sense.
It’s true. Back in 19 ought seven when men were men, there were no stupid “rules” and “laws.” You kind of just did whatever you wanted. There was no “RMV” or “driver’s licenses” or any of those other oppressive regulations either. Sure, there were also only a couple hundred people in the entire state who owned a car, and none of them could go over 35 mph, but besides that your logic is dead on.
There was a lot of that “my Daddy let me drive the car when I was a kid” talk going on:
Cool story bro. Did your Dad post pictures of you driving on Route 20 on Facebook too? No? Well then here’s a magic marker and coloring book. Time to let the grownups talk now.
Loved this one too:
Yea, how did they even know the kid was driving? It’s not like Dad posted photographic evidence on the second most trafficked website in the world or anything like that.
This was brilliant:
It’s true. Everyone knows that the spawn of bootleg driving school instructors have magical abilities to operate a motor vehicle three years before they’re legally allowed to do so.
Bangs McGee jumped in too:
Not only did Em Quiles learn to drive when she was 11, by the time she was 30 she saved France from the terrorists!!
According to her Facebook page she graduated from high school in Puerto Rico. I’ve never been to Puerto Rico before, but I would imagine laws and regulations are generally non-existent or at least unenforced across the board on that wonderful island. So yea, when I think of Puerto Rico I think of beaches, boxing, baseball, and 9 year old kids driving 1984 Chevy pickup trucks through dirt roads on the way to the farmer’s market. But in America we have these things called, “rules,” and “laws.” It’s a big reason why people like moving to America.
The bottom line is 13 year old kids aren’t supposed to drive cars. Just because your daddy did it with you doesn’t make it legal. Luckily for him your father wasn’t a poopbrain who posted pictures of you driving by La Quinta on Facebook.
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