1.28.2009

Someone Is Mad At Sweetie Pies

From the ol' email bag: Tell everyone to watch out for the hot water at Sweetie Pie's! The pictures are of a 4-year old that decided to wash her hands in the Sweetie Pie's restroom last Thursday, and left with 1st and 2nd degree burns. The first one is the night of the incident, and the other is from 6 days after. They aren't too worried about it at the restaurant, so I figured I would get the word out in case they don't do anything about it.

108 comments:

Anonymous said...

Some jerk is going to blame Obama.

Anonymous said...

my hands would look like that too if i didnt mix a little cold with it. i think you would have better luck drumming up a lawsuit by spilling coffee at mcdonald's.

next case

Anonymous said...

That poor child! Thank you for getting the word out! I don't think they worry about too much over there. That is exactly why I don't eat there!

If that would have happened to my child and the manager didn't seem to be very concerned about it, we would have had a little "Come to Jesus Meeting" right then and there!!

Hopefully there won't be too much scarring on that young one!

Anonymous said...

None the less.......there will be a lawsuite. That is the society we live in.......

Anonymous said...

No lawsuit, we just want them to fix it so it doesn't happen to someone else.

Anonymous said...

looks like the parents should seek medical care if they have not already

R and R said...

YIKES! That had to hurt! Poor baby.

Lesson #1: Teach the children I know which side of the faucet is hot and which side is cold.

Anonymous said...

Who lets a 4 year old go to a public bathroom by themselves? IF the child was in the bathroom with someone else, why did they not have their head out of their ass? I would sue the city of Decatur, the water comes thru their system. And I would sue Bridgeport Lake, I bet the water was hot when they siphoned it out of Lake B'port. DO not forget to sue the Tarrant Co Water Board.

I raised 3 kids, I do not remember us letting a 4 year old go potty alone. Could a 4 year old reach the sink? Do they know hot from cold on the handles?

At least Sweetie Pies water is hot, cause the food sucks and the service is worse.

Anonymous said...

A lot of times parents will test the water coming out of a strange faucet before their children stick their hands in. My mom and dad always did now that I think about it, as did I for my kids. That little, it's hard for them to see steam that might be coming out of the faucet, or otherwise get a warning that it's really hot.

Anonymous said...

I eat at Sweetie Pies every time I'm in Decatur.

Anonymous said...

How awful for that little child. Nothing hurts as bad as a burn.

I agree with 3:26 - no child that young should go into a bathroom alone. Never!!

Gorilla said...

Kid must have some real cat-like reflexes.

Anonymous said...

She was not in the bathroom alone and her hand was in the water for a split second. Water should never be that hot in any public bathroom.

Anonymous said...

WHY would a business have their water that hot in the bathroom?

I have washed my hands in many public places and never experienced anything that hot.

I can only assume the business was not aware the water temp was that high. In that case, it would have been an accident.

On the other hand (no pun intended), if they were aware and neglected to do anything about it....well that is a problem. Now that they know, did they reduce the temp so it doesn't happen again?

moma247 said...

If she wasn't in the bathroom alone, what dumbass was the one that didn't help with the hand washing. As inconceivable as it may be that someone was in the same bathroom right before you using the hot water, there is still the need to assist a four year old with hand washing, not just to be the responsible one and make sure that they don't turn on just the hot water knob but also to make sure that hands actually get washed properly. But ya know, go ahead and blame someone else. It's always easier to do that than to admit to a poor parenting decision.

Fat Boy Posture said...

I think I remember the incident. Was that the family the short parents in there that day? If so, they probably had a hard time seeing over the edge of the sink. Short people always have it rough. They should watch "Big People Little world" on A&E for advice.

Anonymous said...

I ain't never run a restaurant or anything but if I did, I would have Obammy's brother go check the temperature after each time he sang Kareoke.

Anonymous said...

Mom was with her in the bathroom. After the girl was finished washing her hands the mom turned the cold water off and then reached for the hot. The girl screamed and pulled her hands out of the water. The water in the bathroom was way too hot for public use. There was no neglect on the mom's part and the restaurant was apologetic but has yet to address the situation so this does not happen to someone else.

R and R said...

I'm curious how long the hot water was on prior to the child placing his/her hand under it for a split second? The story didn't mention that detail.

Anonymous said...

Restaurants typically keep their hot water above 140 (if not hotter) for proper dish washing and sanitizing. Unless the have a separate water heater for the restrooms the water is going to be hot. That’s were adult supervision should step in.

Anonymous said...

When my kids were 4 they would insist on turning on the water "all by myself." I love how this is "the parents fault." If it is too hot it is too hot and needs to be fixed.

If the manager failed to respond in an appropriate manner and decides not to turn the water down then they are idiots. An accident is one thing - neglecting to fix a problem you know about is another and a heartfelt apology goes a long way.

Anonymous said...

People NO ONE said she was alone. I have a 4 yr old. He likes to do things all by himself. I would never think this could happen even when the water is too hot for little hands and I hear "Mommy its hot." The water coming from a faucet should never get hot enough to do this.

Jarhead said...

No way this is Obama's fault... I smell Bush...

Anonymous said...

How do you know for certain that this happened at Sweetie Pies?

Did you witness this for yourself?

If not, then I'd advise you to be careful.......you might harm a restaurant's business based off of something that might not be entirely accurate. How do you know that this is a legitimate claim?

Did you talk to the Sweetie Pie's owner for comment? Did you know that the owner will lose some business because of what people see on your blog today?

(from someone who is in no way associated with Sweetie Pies.......but understands what's it like to be accused of something that's not true and be penalized for it)

Anonymous said...

I hope this child has seen a Dr....a burn like that should have something covering it!

Anonymous said...

Ok, I must say the comment about the child's reflexes was very uncalled for. What kind of person makes fun of an injured child. Burns can happen in a split second. You can barely touch something burning hot and pull away and still get blisters.
And yes 4 year olds are capable of washing their hands by themselves. They do it at daycares and will do it in pre K. In public restrooms you should be able to turn the hot water on full blast and it should still not burn your hands like that. What if a blind person were to wash their hands and accidentally turned the hot on instead of the cold, it would have burnt their hand as well, but I am sure most of you would make fun of a blind person as well.

Anonymous said...

I am not saying it's right, but I bet the Code officer had them keep the hot water temp up for washing pots and pans. I don't know if SP has one or more hot water heaters, but the trouble comes when a business only has one hot water heater. SO while it is passing code in the kitchen it is too hot for tender hands.

R and R said...

Here's the kicker...

After the girl was finished washing her hands the mom turned the cold water off and then reached for the hot. The girl screamed and pulled her hands out of the water.

Think about it.

Anonymous said...

That family must live in Wise County is all I'm sayin'.

Anonymous said...

Are you gonna take the case, Barry?

Anonymous said...

HUH, it's too damn loud in there

I'm just sayin

Anonymous said...

Republicans don't ask the restaurant to turn down the water heater, they pull themselves up by their (burned) bootstraps.

Are you raising a LIEberal there? Better change course now.

Or wait, I thought all Republicans made enough money to eat at places with bathroom attendants?

Anonymous said...

Barry,
This is an all-time low.

If your life involves people who are close to you sending you email to drum up trouble, you may just find......and I would look to improve a few personal choices with this blog.

This burn is typical of the ones we see in the ER.
Hot grease will cause a burn like this if the grease has had a little time to cool.

Another little bit of info for you....if indeed this was caused by water, the hand would have been forced under the water for a period of time. Hospitals who deal with this will usually call the authorities to see if it warrants an investigation. Who did you say was in the bathroom again?

Anonymous said...

Barry, you should probably stick to your fast food salads for a while. Sweety Pies might have some fun surprises for you.
I'm just sayin'

Casual Observer said...

CHILD SHOULD SUE HER MOM FOR TURNING OFF THE COLD WATER.

HEY SIMPSON, BETTER JUMP ON THIS ONE.

Anonymous said...

Kinda reminds me of a question a friend just emailed me....
How come 2 million black folks made it to DC for the inaugaration, in 15 degree weather, all in one day.....when 200k could not get out of New Orleans, 90 degree weather, 4 days notice????

Just sayin'

Looks like a grease burn. Water would not burn like that, unless you held it under it. I am not a doctor but I have stayed in a Holiday Inn.

Anonymous said...

I wonder how many of those folks had to call into work to tell their boss they wouldn't be there?

Anonymous said...

"if indeed this was caused by water, the hand would have been forced under the water for a period of time. Hospitals who deal with this will usually call the authorities to see if it warrants an investigation. Who did you say was in the bathroom again?

.....whoa, thanks for the info, 5:53PM......Desperate times call for desperate measures sometimes.......like, if you are a Wise County loser and are looking for an easy lawsuit.

Did they find a frog in their salad first?

I don't know, I'm just askin'.

Never ate at SP's, never intend to. I just can't get past the radio commercials I hear as I'm holding my nose driving thru Decatur to Fort Worth.

Something rings a tad suspicious to us up here in Gawd's Country.

Anonymous said...

An Aggie and a Red Raider just finished their business in the men's restroom during halftime of an A&M/Tech football game. The Aggie stops at the sink to wash his hands while the Red Raider proceeded towards the door. At which time the Aggie said to the Red Raider, "ya know, at A&M, they teach us to wash our hands after we pee..". The Red Raider reponded, "yeah, well at Tech they teach us not to piss on our hands."
True story.

Anonymous said...

I wonder how far that puss shot out of that blister when they popped it.

Anonymous said...

Watch your freakin kids.

Anonymous said...

thanks alot obama

The Accomplice said...

Its still a sad situation. If sp knew that the water in the public restroom was that hot, then they are at fault.

Anonymous said...

A restaurant should never should never have the hot water that hot in a public restroom. It is regulated by the Universal Plumbing Code and should have been checked by Decatur's building inspector when they remodeled a few years ago.

Xanthippas said...

Good God...anything that smacks of a lawsuit, even a child's burned and blistered hands (and no actual mention of a lawsuit) sure does bring out the anti-tort morons, who are all too eager to assume or make up facts so as to "prove" the stupidity of the injured party and thus save another good old American business from being responsible for its own wrong-doing.

Here's a tip: if you own a business, and the water that comes out of your tap is hot enough to give someone 2nd degree burns, then you probably should do something about that. And if you don't, then you probably deserve to get sued.

How hard is that?

Anonymous said...

The parent of this child WAS with the child and adjusted/tested the water before the child's hand went in the stream of water. The hot suddenly came out in a surge of pressure before the parent knew what was happening. The parent burned her hand, too. So, you bunch of idiots that think you know it all, might want to take that huge foot out of your mouth right about now. You are probably the same people who blame the school staff when you child behaves badly or performs poorly in school. Or, paraphrasing the Bible "take the log out of your own eye before you complain about the splinter in someone else's".

Anonymous said...

Amen, Xanthippas. The tort-reformers have never themselves (yet) needed their own lawyer. Something like this happens to their child and you can bet the thought of a lawsuit will cross their small minds!

Anonymous said...

Take the log put of my eye? That sounds pretty gay to me. I'm not listening to this "Bible" if it has gay stuff in it.

Anonymous said...

OK, OK. Enough already. For crying out loud. Poor child, that must have really hurt and hope it's feeling better now. Poor mom, probably feels terrible. Don't sweetie. You are not a bad mom and your baby won't remember a thing. And the lesson learned, the intent of the post in the first place, is that hot water is hot. Now we know. Maybe the next post should be something about ice being slippery. Clearly that's one thing that thousands of adults in our area are not aware of either.

Gorilla said...

Get a grip. Some folks just can’t handle a little humor. Instead the conversation has become heated and is about to boil over. No need to point fingers. Just call it water under the bridge and the eventually the scars will heal.

Have A Nice Day!

Anonymous said...

mom turned the hot water off first?

what a big bag of white trash stupid is that? kid should pour hot water on moms face while she slices, and say...oops, thought it was cold.

Anonymous said...

BOYCOTT SWEETIE PIES!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I can't believe all of you people are pointing the finger at the mom here. Bottom line if the restaurant would not have had such hot water in the bathroom this never would have happened. If I owned a business I guess I would rather spend an extra couple hundred dollars to buy a separate hot water heater for the bathroom so things like this wouldn't happen.

Anonymous said...

Nobody eats at Sweetie Pies except for the out-of-towners...thinking that they're gettin' some down home cookin'.

Anonymous said...

Water in hot tub = 105-108 degrees...
Water that will create a second degree burn in 2 seconds of exposure = 165 degrees.....

"The hot suddenly came out in a surge of pressure" and burnt the kid AND the mom??

1. I want to see the pics of the mom's burns.
2. How hot you reckon it had to be, to create a second degree burn, WHILE "being adjusted with the cold water"..
3. Go ahead and try to sue. Sweetie Pies will have execellent liability insurance anyway so they aint gonna give a shit, most of the folks on this blog think it is a bullshit burn anyway, and it will be pretty tough to prove that water alone burnt that kid's paw.

Contingency?....Barry.

If hot water burnt that kid's hand AND Barry can prove it, I will buy everybody on here a steak at Sweetie Pies. I'm calling BULLSHIT.

Anonymous said...

I think we should make sure Sweetie Pies takes care of, both the child's medical and the hot water issue. Every time we go in there we should ask how this situation is going. Whether it was the water's or the restaurant's fault, the restaurant should make sure everything is alright with the little one.

Anonymous said...

I am appauled at the hateful nature of your comments here. I happen to know the persons involved and feel very sorry for the child and her mother, even more so after reading such cruel commentary. What on earth is wrong with you people? Have you ever tried holding a kid on your knee while washing their hands, turn the water on and off and make sure they wash, while they are squirming around etc. The point here is that SP needs to get their water heater split for kitchen/bathroom use...no lawsuit was mentioned EVER! But let me tell you, the parents have handled this much more gracefully than I believe most of you would have! They didn't get as much as an apology or a follow up call checking on the poor baby. Why no outrage at SPs hot water and/or handling of an accident in their establishment? Mom, you are NOT to blame. SP---fix the problem!

Anonymous said...

SAD !! THE POOR BABY

Anonymous said...

10:12
But I don't WANT a steak from Sweetie Pies...

Anonymous said...

10:55 Yes I have held a kid on my knee while washing their hands, turning the water on and off and making sure they wash, while they are squirming around etc. and I always made sure I turned the hot water off first. That's what I did when running their bath water as well. Just a habit I guess. Maybe the water was too hot, but bottom line is that the hot water must be turned off first. Just saying.

Anonymous said...

Always turn on the cold water first. Teach your children to be very careful when washing hands anywhere! However, the responsiblity of public safety lies with any business who is open to the public. I don't eat at the resturant since the opening because the service was so bad. I'm sure there were witnesses to the incident if the parents complained to the manager or whomever was in charge at the time.

Disconnect the hot water going to the kitchen and install a small hot water heater in the restrooms!

Anonymous said...

I agree, this is sad. But this is Sweetie Pies and what do you expect. Horrible food, the wait staff is as bad as the employees at IGA and the owners are greedy greedy people. I won't shop at IGA and I don't eat at the Sweetie Pies. Good luck.

moma247 said...

10:55, no a lawsuit was never mentioned. However, the restaurant's reputation could be hurt due to this, not that I'm in any way caring, I've never eaten there and don't really plan on it. Further, being a mother of 4, I have had to deal with a squirming child while washing their hands. That's part of being a parent. So is making sure that child is safe and taking responsibility when that job is neglected. The parent is responsible for protecting the child, not a restaurant. Unless the water came out of the tap boiling, there's no reasonable explanation how burns like this could have happened in a couple seconds. Even more, having suffered from second degree burns before, there is no reason that the burn should look like it does six days later if it is being treated properly.

Basically, get over it. Things happen to kids, no parent can prevent every bad thing from happening from a child. That's life. But, when it does happen, have the balls to say "hey, I'm not a perfect parent and I flaked on this one". Don't try to pass the buck.

Anonymous said...

Poor baby and poor momma! I hope the little one heals quickly and that SP gets it fixed!

As for all of the high and mighty commenters, you obviously dont have or never have had a toddler. Show a little more intelligence why dont we?!

Anonymous said...

10:55 - we the posters are not to blame, blame the mom for even sending this to barry. i bet she did not realize she was going to make a fool out of herself by trying to make a business look bad, when all she did was show her own stupidity.

someone should had kept their mouth shut and pictures to themselves.

Anonymous said...

8:07 how dare you call the mom stupid?! It was an accident that wouldnt have happened if SPs didnt have the water in the bathroom set to boiling!!!

Anonymous said...

what do you do after washing hands

a) remove hands from water and then proceed to turn off both hot and cold water?

b) leave hands under water and turn off hot first, then cold and then remove hands?

c) leave hands under water and turn off cold first, then hot and then remove hands?

Answer: the dummy here choose C.
WTF?

Anonymous said...

I have raised 3 kids.....
If the kid is squirming, then beat the shit out of them.
PLUS, teach them not to piss on themselves.
Problem Solved.
I would sue everybody, starting with Al Gore for inventing the internet.

Anonymous said...

Well done! steak finger appetizer anyone?

Anonymous said...

You always turn the hot water off first. Hope this is a lesson learned...

Anonymous said...

8:09 - this would had never happen if the mother would not had scolded her own child.
it's pretty clear that family rarily washes their hands after pissing or else she would had know proper hand-washing etiquette

Anonymous said...

I had lunch at SP yesterday. i washed my hands after going to the john and i left without burns.

it was easy enough.


great grilled chicken salad, btw!

Anonymous said...

What has happend to accountability? Even the crappy folks at McDonalds would have made it right by now!

Anonymous said...

I happen to know this family. The parents are wonderful with their kids and are both very concerned about their little girl. This was not sent because they wanted sympath or for each of you to blame them. They sent it, so that others could be made aware of the problem with the water temperature so this would not happen to them.

So everyone needs to back off from blaming the mom and thank them for making you aware of the problem.

Anonymous said...

It always amazes me that people in small towns continually gripe that they don't have good restaurants, grocery stores, etc., but why would anyone want to come here and be ragged on like these people have done to Sweetie Pie's? Accidents happen--in big cities, little cities, the home,everywhere. I'll bet you find the same service everywhere, some good, some bad. I have never had a bad experience at SP's, nor has anyone in my family. Practice some tolerance, try opening up your own business in a small town--it isn't easy.

Anonymous said...

I ate at SP for the first time on New Year's eve. It was the best steak that I have had in a long time. We usually go to cow camp for Valentine's but I told my husband that my steak was so good that we should go to SP for Valentine's this year.

I am sure the water temp on the hot water heater is hot so that your utensils will be sanitized. I dont know what happened in the bathroom but maybe they could disconnect the hot water line in the bathroom...problem solved.
Employees could was their hands in the kitchen.

Stuff happens ppl...quit being so hard on SP & on the mom.

We are a small town & we should all stick together not trash each other

First-Aid Freddy said...

OK folks, I'll let you all do the Google, but the short of it is that there's about a million and one websites that talk about child safety...and almost all of them indicate that you should lower your water heater's thermostat to 140 or below if children will have access to the water. While some of those websites are talking about home safety, it's not too much to apply the same logic to public places that have child access.

Sounds like this incident was an accident. But, it also sounds like several parties contributed to the problem. Mom and child probably need to be more careful. SP's should take the constructive complaint and fix things so that it won't happen to someone else.

All of you pointing fingers and taking one side against the other...look in the mirror...you are the problem with our society.

Anonymous said...

I worked in a doctors office for 9 years and know full well what it can take to cause such burns. For all the supposed know-it-alls who are trying to say this can't happen in a second, you are the ones with your heads up SP's backside. Unless you know something for certain keep your uninformed opinions to yourself. You are the only ones looking stupid.

Anonymous said...

Barry Prove it! I want my free steak, and I like it medium rare. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Happened to my kid at a Decatur resteraunt several years back. Took the kid to the doctor, got cream and antibiotics for infection. Gave the bills to the resteraunt, they paid them with no questions asked and adjusted the temp of the water in the public restroom with no hesitation. It all depends on how you approach it. Blogging and dragging a business under will not help things. It will just make people line up for the chance of making a dime, make the business owner "close his restrooms to the public" or worse, make him go out of business, adding to the unemployment crisis. I'm not saying they shouldn't pay for it, and fix the problem, I'm just saying, this is not the way to handle it.

Anonymous said...

The FDA requires dishes be washed at no less than 110 degrees Fahrenheit. Water can burn skin at 130 degrees Fahrenheit. Why any responsible restaurant owner would keep their water heater set higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit is beyond me. The parents of the little girl have said that they have no interest in a lawsuit, but they simply would like to see that the problem is fixed. To me that is the responsible and morale thing to do. I certainly can not understand how anyone is finding fault with the family on this issue.

Anonymous said...

Think mommy would like a do-over?

Anonymous said...

Perhaps PETA should be allowed to run their commercial so families like this might go veg and wouldn't be eating at a place like Sweetie Pies (gay name btw)and no more burned hands!

Just sayin'

Anonymous said...

"I'm just saying" Had the restaurant should any remorse or signs that they would potentially fix the problem, maybe the parents would not have had to bring up this issue publicly.

Anonymous said...

Some of you people amaze me. SP is liable and should take responsibility no matter how the little child's hand was put there. From what little information we have it sounds like the parents informed SP of the problem but they are refusing to fix it.

By the way if the story is accurate then the family reporting to Barry is in no way slandering SP customer base.

Get a grip.

Anonymous said...

SP is in no way responsible. don't believe dumb people like anon 1:24.

if that we the case, then im going to chilis tonight, dropping my knife on the floor and falling on it so it punctures my lungs. then im telling the manager i thought i had dropped it on the table but it fell on the floor. i didnt mean to, kinda like the dumb mom that did not mean to turn off the cold water and leave her kid's hand under hot water.

BG, will u take my case?

Anonymous said...

anon 1:16

it works both ways. and the fact that the mom had to put this out there in the public light with pictures shows she is just as liable and dumb and the restaurant.

DON'T TURN THE COLD WATER OFF AND LEAVE YOUR HANDS UNDER THE WATER.

that is commonsense if you are 4, 14, 24, 34, 44, 54, etc.

if the mom is that dumb in a public restaurant, i wonder how many other ways at home she has injured this child.

Anonymous said...

The mother was at fault for not turning the hot water off first, but as anon 12:33 stated had the restaurant been up to code the severity of the burns would in no way be anywhere near what this little girl has. Also I have to get a kick out of the fact that many of you bad mouthing the parents have no discernible language skills of which to speak.

Do you think before you speak or at all?

Anonymous said...

10:12 PM either owns SP or represents them.

mzchief said...

To anonymous 10:12/SweetiePie Employee...
Perhaps, you should do a wee bit of research prior to shooting from the lip.

"In three seconds, water at a temperature of 140° F can cause burns that require hospitalization and skin grafting. By lowering the temperature to 120° F, a child would have to be exposed for more than 15 seconds to suffer the same degree of injury.'
Source

You're welcome.

Anonymous said...

I bet this wouldn't happen Whistle Stop the best place to eat in wise county!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I smell a rat but, if this were true and that were my childs hand it would be free steak thursday for Barrys readers today cuz I would own that place!

Anonymous said...

I never had a kid burnt in Sweetie Pies, but I did get the clap from one of the waitresses, back when it was Matties.

Just sayin'....I didn't put it on the web. No hard feelings, just a leaky pecker.

Anonymous said...

That kids hand got nearly as hot as that girl's ass in the next photo down..

Remote Controller said...

The winner is:

4:06 pm

I can't think of anything better to say

That should end this discussion.......

Anonymous said...

in the case if the mom had adjusted the water temp by mixing the cold and hot water and then a dish washer turned on and took some of the supply of the water the the water at that faucet would turn colder and the little child would adjust the cold to get the temp right and then when the washer turned off the water would become dangerously hot and then burn this child. for those of you who are attacking the parents shut up! this falls on the resturant to make sure that there fixtures do not cause injury to customers. by the way have those of you who tought the greatness of sweetie pies ever went by the kitchen door and sliped on the grease slick on the sidewalk there. sp's is a horrible resturant that only cares about taking our hard earned money without making there resturant safe for all patrons

Anonymous said...

THE END!!!!!!!

Mr. Mike Honcho said...

None of you people have ANY proof of any crime.

Just a bunch of READER SUBMITTED photos of an ALLEGED accident.

But I am sure SP's is probably gaining a lot of Slander from this site.

WOW... *staring in awe at the combined idiocy of the sheep*

Anonymous said...

Code calls for water temp to be 120 degrees

Anonymous said...

I'm tired of lookin' at it

Anonymous said...

I got it!

Tomorrow I'm gonna eat lunch ae Sweety Pie's and on the way out I'm gona fall down so I can sue them for having a floor in the restaurant.

Jarhead said...

Forget the fence on the US-Mexico border... someone needs to build a fence around Wise County to keep some of you know-it-all goofballs from mixing with the rest of the world.

Stay anonymous, for the sake of the human race.

Anonymous said...

We're all doomed and you're going with us Jarhead.

chupacabra said...

On December 21,2012 we'll all... well, you know the rest.

Xanthippas said...

most of the folks on this blog think it is a bullshit burn anyway

Yes, always gauge your chances of winning a lawsuit by anonymous blog comments.

Anonymous said...

Word

chupacabra said...

12:46 you are crazy if you think you're having the final word.

Anonymous said...

That water is probably not as hot as it feels if you put you hand in one of Sarah Palin's front pockets.