Hate Letter Sent To Mother With Austic Child [Pic]

Submitted by: McThstlpnts 4 years ago in





Mom of the Year Candidate? (For the cow that wrote the letter of course.)
There are 116 comments:
Male 676
If that was my kid, I would seek her out, give her a curb stomp until her brains came out of her head, then take a s.hit on her face and then bash her skull in some more until I was happy. This c.unt deserves a brutal death. Just saying...
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Male 2,306
This sociopath who wrote it probably was there at the rally high fiving him.
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Male 40,277
@WendyPants: Yes! I followed that case closely at the time. I thought (correctly) that there was "more to it" than the CBC was telling us.
There certainly was!
YEARS later it was revealed the plan to...
(pause)
REMOVE THE BONES FROM HER LEGS BY FORCE
(Jesus!)
I could NOT believe it! I`d have killed 1,000 people before I`d allow that to happen to MY DAUGHTER!
And you know? I think 90% of IAB would too!

Just goes to show: The "Liberal Media" and "The Truth" are often NOT THE SAME THING!!!
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Female 2,415
@dwajda, you may not like it but there are cases (however rare they might be) where death is preferable... it`s thankfully not that common. I don`t like it, you don`t have to like it but dammit that`s life. Doesn`t change the fact that `the letter writer` is a bitch to admit hard truths.
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Male 883
I love these comments. [quote">it`s not my choice but...[/quote">

Seriously?

Who are you or anyone else to say whether a person is not aware of the enjoyment of life?

Autistic girl uses computer

Why don`t you tell this wonderful young lady she didn`t know what it meant to be happy. Tell her she is useless and should have been euthanized.

I also often wonder how different the world might be if people like Einstein, Darwin, or Tesla had been simply `put out of their misery`.

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Female 2,415
@5Cats, yup it was really like that; I know it was not the typical school setting for a lot of kids in the least! and it did...`flavour` my feelings on this topic quite a bit. (I`m glad that it was for only two years). I try not to be too harsh because of my experiences. I DEFINITELY agree that it is SO not my choice on who to euthanize. And I do remember that news story of that dad!; it was sad but... I guess, like that guy, sometimes when I see a being hurting soooo much with little to no awareness or enjoyment of life my reaction is to just say, "Put them out of their misery, they might actually be better off dead." But in no way is it my choice, hell no. Which is why this nasty lady`s letter pissed me off so much!
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Male 1,154
@crackerjacks

You are almost there. Calling someone retarded is no longer acceptable either. What we can say is that someone has mental retardation. We aren`t calling them names, we are stating their condition. Even the people who cry "differently abled" over disabled are fine with this.
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Male 1,216
What a heinous dreadful bitch.
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Male 530
@djwajda

That you know quite a few people that do not want the attention does not dismiss the fact that there are also quite a few people that do want the attention.
Look op Munchhaussen by proxy. There are people who are willing to hurt a child to get attention. Why would only sending a letter be such a great leap?
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Male 40,277
Ooo! SIX posts in a row! Well, it`s an "odd hour" eh? Except for those in Asia I suppose.

Seven? D`OH!
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Male 40,277
@MrOrange: Noise during the daytime: 11 AM to 7 PM? = perfectly legal.
It varies from place to place of course.
So if this kid makes noise "all afternoon"? TOO FREAKING BAD!
[quote]if it`s not okay for a baby to be breastfed in public because it`s hungry[/quote]
I`ll make it simple too: It`s not only "legal"? It`s a RIGHT! Where do YOU live man?

@WendyPants: Wow! That many? And I agree: there are indeed SOME who really should be "mercy killed". True but sad! But it`s not for you or I (alone) to decide that! And I`m sure you agree, eh?

Another famous Canadian case was when a Dad killed his retarded daughter.
Why?
Because the "doctors" were going to remove the bones from her legs... by force! If he didn`t let them? They`d take her away from him & do it!
Yeah, he`s still in prison... (iirc)
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Male 40,277
[quote]But considering the child does not live at the location and only visits a few times during the week as per the news report...[/quote]

OUTSTANDING POINT @McThstlpnts! Unlike the drunks who live near me & party 3 random nights a week until 4 AM.
Yes ALL the neighbors phone the cops AND confront them.
Guess how much good that does?
If you guessed: Less Than Squat? You B correct!

What do I (personally) do about it?
Occasional call to the cops. Earplugs (they HURT!) and/or no sleep.

I NEVER imagine using lighter fluid on that crappy "rent house"! Nope, not once!
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Male 40,277
@SiN iN Me: Not only do you make a lot of sense? You have one of the COOLEST names on IAB AND a very cool avatar!
Just FYI... :-)

@BlackHaze: Is it 1:00 AM when he does this? No? Then TOUGH! If it`s allowed by law then why suggest he be KILLED?
Seems... overly dramatic, yes?
You have Asperger`s? That`s a far cry from what this boy has, and some kids that I`ve worked with had!
I had a severely Asperger child, he was troublesome! When he went to the "school age" room (in our daycare) they were SHOCKED at his behaviour! We said: "YEAH! We TOLD YOU SO!"
(lolz!)
And I have "The Depression". Want to trade?
Hint: Yours gets "better" with age. Mine gets worse.
Everyone has their faults, but it`s no reason to EUTHANIZE THEM unless they break some SERIOUS laws!

@papajon0s1 & @AvatarJon: Bless Your Hearts! :-)
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Male 40,277
[quote]Seems like there is one bad gene pool.[/quote]
@Misfit77: Yes, that is true! BUT! That doesn`t mean we should euthanize them, correct?

@Farkenell: Aww! I hope you continue to comment! @Gerry1 isn`t a bad guy, honest! Yes he`s "gruff and direct" but that`s NOT a bad thing! At least he`s honest!

Unlike @HolyGod...
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Male 40,277
@Drawman61: I personally have worked with the `retarded` both mild and SEVERE! And yes! They are really difficult to cope with!

While I (sort of) understand where the letter writer comes from? I CANNOT condone her actions!
#1 This kid isn`t THAT bad off! Good God I`ve seen 10X worse!
#2 Who is she to say who can and cannot live there? F-DAT! Move yourself if you don`t like it! It`s a free country!

(Aside from @HolyGod) I`m glad to see most IABers agree with me.
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Male 40,277
[quote] Didn`t you jump down my throat and liberals` throats for saying "retarded" in that palin / maher post. I thought retarded was "the r-word" now?[/quote]
@HolyGod: You honestly have NO IDEA what you are talking about, do you?
Saying "Negro" as a descriptive or "Negro" as a PURJORATIVE are completely different!
Witch. Gypsy. Welsh. `Jap`. Communist. Republican?

Surely to yourself you can SEE the difference?

I thought "your kind" was all about "political correctness" and here`s @CrakrJak BEING sensitive and... YOU... are RAGGING on him?

Troll much?
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Male 9,497
Crakr

So if I say "you are retarded" that is less offensive to you than "you are a retard"?

BTW, it doesn`t REALLY matter because maher didn`t say "retard" he said "retarded" and that is the thing you were jumping all over him for saying. So apples to apples. You just said the same thing.
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Male 17,512
HG: There is a difference between calling an individual a "Retard" and using the term "retarded".

Retarded means slow or limited in intellectual or emotional development or academic progress. Using "Retard", in reference to an individual who is mentally challenged is a slang insult.

Think of it this way. If you say something is "freaky", it`s not generally viewed as an insult. But when you call an individual a "Freak" that can be seen as an insult.
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Male 650
wow look at that lazy eye
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Female 1,467
That`s what the letter writer gets for not having a HOA.
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Male 567
Found her @2:07!
She`s the only one not clapping. Get `yer pitchforks men!
Anyways, this is really phucked up.
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Male 883
@Johanvb

I know quite a few parents of special needs children and the last thing they need or want is `attention` of this fashion. It`s hard enough when you go to a restaurant or a store and get evil looks from people who`s children 9 times out of 10 are acting way worse and are considered `normal`.
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Male 5,141
That letter is so disturbing and make me real sad,this just enforce more my misanthropy.
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Male 7,774
First off, a whole page rant seems a bit off to me. I think you can spew your vile in two sentences (half a page max). Going on for a whole page shows a serious mental problem.

@johanvb, I`ve tried it on I-A-B, it`s not easy.
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Male 530
@djwajda

Oh, i don`t say she isn`t sick or that she is able to control her child. And understand me correct, i do not think she deserves a letter like this.
I only say that i think when you have such a stressful life caring for a kid like that, it is nice to be in the center of attention sometimes.
A kind of Munchhausen by proxy but without the violence.
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Male 88
One day, I was sitting alone at a table at a local cafe; I witnessed something very interesting; to my left at some table was a family whose two kids had down syndrome - they were happy, joyous; calm and tranquil. Anything they could get was widely appreciated.

Then I looked to my right at some other table of a normal family with normal children; who had their ipods, games but looked sheer utterly miserable. They have it so good but they were so spoiled and miserable.

Given the seating choice, if I could sit with one family there and then; I`d rather sit with the happiest family than a miserable one.
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Male 883
Ummmmm, she pointed out she is sick referring to the moron telling her she should take her son to the park.

Have you ever dealt with the strength that can be exhibited by an autistic child? My daughter is unusually strong. I have serious back issues. You do the math on how hard it can be to control a child like this physically. But I do it because she is my daughter and I love her.
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Male 530
Nice thing about anonymous letters no one knows you are the one that wrote it.
And if if nobody knows, you can try to get away with appearing on television as a concerned neighbor or as a victim.

The way i see it, there is rudeness and there is rudeness. This letter is over the top bizarre way beyond hillbilly rudeness.

First off, a whole page rant seems a bit off to me. I think you can spew your vile in two sentences (half a page max). Going on for a whole page shows a serious mental problem.
Secondly the part about his future did not seem to fit in.
You are mad about a noisy neighbor. Do you address the noise and what you will do to the neighbor or will you rant about him not being able to get his pilot-license or him getting a job?

Then when the mother tells she`s sick my distrust grew further. Nothing about `why do they do this to my baby?` (she just says `a kid`) but doesn`t forget to points out she`s sick.

I am leaning towards scam
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Male 820
*live his life
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Male 820
No, it`s not your problem that the kid is loud, but it is your responsability to have compassion for other people. I`m sure if they could have him be any other way, they`d give a limb to make it happen, but they can`t. Not eveyone gets an ideal life. The people that don`t life his life should just be thankful and show some understanding to the families that do have to raise these kids. My nephew has Williams syndrom. He will never live alone or hold a job, but he has so much love in his heart it`d make you cry. Someone writes this letter about him and I`d burn their house down.
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Male 1,154
Never mind. I reread. It doesn`t mention unsupervised. I just remembered wrong.
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Male 1,154
I would still like clarification on running outside unsupervised.

Is this kid in danger of being hit by a bus?
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Male 661
The kid doesn`t live in the neighborhood, he`s visiting his grandmother for the summer, he lives in Oshawa.

Nobody else in the neighborhood has complained, or had a problem with his vocalizations. If everyone else is okay with it, and one person has a problem with it, well, the good of the many and such...

The letter writer is a coward and any validity it`s argument had, (if any), is void. I would suspect that the noise isn`t really a problem, it is an excuse to spew forth It`s hatred and ignorance towards the handicapped. I cannot accept any argument that attempts to justify picking on a handicapped kid.

I`m very sorry that the police have deemed this letter below the threshold of hate speech.


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Male 9,497
Crakr

"HG: I have to disagree about the breeding part, retarded people do fall in love and have children."

Whoa whoa whoa. Didn`t you jump down my throat and liberal`s throats for saying "retarded" in that palin / maher post. I thought retarded was "the r-word" now?

BTW, I know retarded people breed. I`m not implying he is retarded. I`m implying he is vile, heartless, despicable, disgusting, repugnant, and ugly both in and, almost certainly, out. Those people have a harder time finding someone to f.uck them than a retard does.

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Male 883
***that your child is autistic.

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Male 883
@madduck
You are absolutely correct. Most autistic(and I say most because there are so many varying forms)children either scream or cry for no reason. It cannot be helped, it`s part of what they have. Then you can have one similar to my daughter who carries genes for both Rett and Angleman`s syndrome. She can cry and scream and then turn to outlandish laughter on a dime.

This however is not every waking moment of her life. In fact she goes to school and knows limited sign language as well as learning how to operate an ipad to communicate. Like a lot of autistic children there is a lot of intelligence locked away in her head that she just can`t express. The down side is she can never be left alone for more than a minute as she has a very high pain thresh hold and cannot really understand simple concepts like safety.

I hope that none of you here that seem to want to act as if it`s all their fault ever have to endure that moment when the doctor tells you your child i
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Male 7,774
I worked on public transport and once a week a guy got on pushing a 12-14 year old in a wheelchair. This child screamed and cried like a baby for the full half hour journey. Dad used to sit reading a book and didn`t react once. It was such a relief when they got off.
Now I was shocked when I first read this but I remembered these journeys. I watched people tut-tutting, shaking their heads, throwing the father dirty looks. I can only guess this neighbour had been listening to this every single day for years. That letter was clearly the last straw for them. I defy anyone not to be driven crazy by it.
I`m not saying it`s right but I totally get it. And I don`t think they`re psycho at all. Quite the opposite to have lasted so long.
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Male 9,497
Crakr

"HG: I have to disagree about the breeding part, retarded people do fall in love and have children."

Whoa whoa whoa. Didn`t you jump down my throat and liberals` throats for saying "retarded" in that palin / maher post. I thought retarded was "the r-word" now?

BTW, I know retarded people breed. I`m not implying he is retarded. I`m implying he is vile, heartless, despicable, disgusting, repugnant, and ugly both in and, almost certainly, out. Those people have a harder time finding someone to f.uck them than a retard does.
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Male 147
In general I`m a complete a-hole, and even I find this disgusting. I can sympathize with someone who has to put up with the noise, but I can`t sympathize with anyone who would write a letter like this.
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Female 7,985
I absolutely hope that I never have to live near some of you. To those who have no sympathy or compassion and no desire to offer help or assistance I hope you live well away from other people. Some people- children and adults are, quite frankly, a challenge. I suspect the child is creating because he is upset- and I bet the mother could use some help.. and some sleep. It is selfish to write such a letter... and being selfish does not lead to happiness.
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Male 2,419
"They tell them where to live, where they work, watch what they buy and generally orchestrate their lives for them"

Considering they are incapable of taking care of themselves, uhmm yeah? lets face it, they wouldn`t be able to survive without taxpayer funded handouts, so it`s seems kinda logical that those representing said taxpayers have a say in the matter? correct me if i am wrong but you are the biggest anti- welfare advocate (despite being on the recieving end) oh and the following thought is just for you: if god wanted them to survive wouldn`t he have given them the tools too?
think about that Mr eugenics anti welfare except when it fits my agenda..
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Female 3,696
Hey I got called a psychopath 8D That`s a new one... I promise you I`m not ambitious enough.
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Male 9,497
Crakr

"HG: I have to disagree about the breeding part, retarded people do fall in love and have children."

Whoa whoa whoa. Didn`t you jump down my throat and liberal`s throats for saying "retarded" in that palin / maher post. I thought retarded was "the r-word" now?

BTW, I know retarded people breed. I`m not implying he is retarded. I`m implying he is vile, heartless, despicable, disgusting, repugnant, and ugly both in and, almost certainly, out. Those people have a harder time finding someone to f.uck them than a retard does.

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Male 17,512
HG: I have to disagree about the breeding part, retarded people do fall in love and have children.

Past policy was to sterilize the mentally challenged in the name of eugenics. Eugenics also included "Racial & Social Hygiene" which changed names, to birth control and Planned Parenthood.

Of course everyone should know what eugenics lead to in WWII, but America and England started it. The nazis just took it to it`s ultimate goal of racial & social purity.

To sum up, the more the government is involved in individuals lives, the more it tries to control and restrict their freedoms. Our government takes care of retarded and mentally challenged adults, in return their rights have been severely limited.

They tell them where to live, where they work, watch what they buy and generally orchestrate their lives for them. They`re even told by their caretakers who to vote for.
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Male 1,558
Yep, we all have to put up with a lot of s hit.
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Male 883
@HG

Yeah I know, you`re right. I generally find myself disagreeing with you on a lot of issues but I have always respected you. Your opinion in this thread have been pretty spot on.

I just tend to get a little emotional when it comes to this issue as I speak from vast experience. If you noticed I kept pretty calm about it until @DutchWeed ran it`s mouth.
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Male 17,512
paperduck & HG: The effect of this letter was, imho, to threaten and strike fear into the recipient therefore it is a "terrorist threat" and should be investigated by the police.

I believe it`s obvious that the writer is an unstable sick individual and they need immediate mental counseling.
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Male 9,497
djwajda

Stop feeding the troll.

A special needs child is not a problem he will ever have to deal with because nobody is going to breed with him.
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Male 883
They say ignorance is bliss and I`m guessing alot of you are the happiest little bastards in the world.

Come tell me my child needs to be euthanized to my face and we`ll see how that conversation ends.

@BlackHaze

[quote]So in your opinion people who want to kill of other people should be met with... death?[/quote]

When said dumbass decides to say my child should be dead you`re damned right I do.

[quote]See the irony in this you bleeding heart f*ck?[/quote]

Considering my daughter is special needs, if that makes me a bleeding heart then so be it you ignorant pr*ck!
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Male 151
Oh. My. G-D.

Some people are so disgustingly selfish & sh--ty.

I would love to meet the woman who wrote that letter. I bet her little "snowflakes" are the most perfect specimens.
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Male 3,612
some people cant afford to move. sometimes you end up living next to a woman who has a newborn baby who is constantly crying. sometimes you end up living behind an airport right underneath a landing path. in this day and age, noise pollution should be the least of peoples concerns. if you live near some one who is loud or noisy, you either deal with the noise or talk to the person making the noise and try to work something out. if i were this woman, i wouldve gone up to other mother, apologize for any misunderstandings before anything else, then start to talk about the noise like two civilized people. compromises can always be made. a hate letter is despicable and cowardly.
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Male 2,667
Nice to see all that tolerance the left preaches is alive and well at IAB.
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Female 2,415
Thing is I`ve been FORCED to be around a lot of developmentally challenged kids (was a small school, about 70-80 "normal" kids and about 40 developmentally challenged kids of various degrees) before; there were some kids that had a possibility to learn and be useful in life and, frankly, there were kids that really should have been euthanized at, or before, birth. It sounds harsh but when a being cannot talk, listen, feed themselves, dress themselves, clean themselves and spend their days masturbating ANYWHERE in front of ANYONE and LOVE to chase girls? (no, not in a good way)... and his family barely (and I mean BARELY) controlled this kid around other people? ... again, I know it sounds harsh but keeping some people alive (handicapped or not) is like trying to keep a rabid animal alive. Sometimes it just doesn`t work.
Having said that... the letter writer was still out of line.
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Male 2,419
@bremir,

nice try but i`m not the one calling other people names becuase they dissagree with a very dodgy ethical viewpoint which on carefull examination might turn out to be rather hypocritical. do you care to have that examination? or prefer to remain insensitive to the needs of the many versus the need of the one?
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Male 2,419
To make it plain and simple to ya`ll
if it`s not okay for a baby to be breastfed in public because it`s hungry (which is an urge it has no control over) then why the hell should a "special" child be able to blast me ears off? call me crazy but i happen to find breastfeeding mums endearing..
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Male 392
MrOrange - I think the greatest thing about an article like this is that you really can separate the insensitive pricks from the rest of society.

And you are one of those insensitive pricks. But I forgot, it`s the rest of us that are the imposition in your life, aren`t we? You Goddamn moron.
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Female 2,415
So most people noticed she couldn`t spell "autism" but no one noticed she didn`t spell "vamoose" correctly? :)
Okay, seriously though... letter writer MIGHT have had a point in asking the other parent to try something to make the autistic kid quiet but WOW she sure did it in the most offensive way possible; she`ll get nowhere with that kind of effort.
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Female 9,557
@SPrinkZ, ikr. I bet she doesn`t want to come forward knowing everybody wants to kill her.
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Male 2,419
i was so gonna stay away from this one.. but lack of sleep got the better of me, the writer could have used a fair amount of tact. But the point about the noise she makes is valid. why should i have to put up with loud screaming becuase you can`t raise your kid? oh thtas right? he`s special. so give him special treatement to he doesnt wake anybody up. i`m special too, i suffer from insomia, do you think my neighbours would tolarate me playing loud music/ games or screaming at night? hell no. And to those saying society is about "compassion and understanding"? wake up and smell the s.h.i.t. have you watched the news at any point in your live?
oh and crackerjack.. don`t dilute the concept of terrorist threat like that. other wise clowns will be detained, bridged will be demolished an what ever other fear people have that is induced by objects or persons. Get a grip man.
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Male 1,154
On a different note. I worry that the letter recipient chains her child in the yard like a pet dog.
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Female 1,539
@AvatarJohn Obama is pretty irrelevant considering this is in Canada.
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Male 194
@McThstlpnts
You can nitpick the finer points, but I won`t join in on that.

Fact of the matter stays, there`s more people that live there, and should not have to be bothered by the kid. Just like they shouldn`t be bothered by normal children, or even adults for that matter.

Maybe I`ll join in on the nit picking for one fine point: Aspergers might be called "high functioning" because of the added benefit of a high IQ most (not all) get with it, that does not change the fact that the little ones are the worst kind of arseholes around.
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Female 1,539
@BlackHaze Now you are comparing apples to oranges. Aspergers, as you know or should considering you have it, is the highest functioning form of Autism. I am not saying nothing should be done to redirect a special needs child or any child but you can`t just say, "Now stop that" and expect them to respond. Considering you were the child and not the parent in this situation it is easy to excuse your inability to fully understand.

I`m sure the yelling would get annoying at some point. But considering the child does not live at the location and only visits a few times during the week as per the news report this woman isn`t hearing the yelling 24/7. She is just being a very hateful b*tch.

Why on Earth would I make it up? Said child lives the street over from us. I am not acting nor do I feel victimized. False accusations really are not necessary.
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Male 2,306
This sociopath who wrote it probably was there at the rally high fiving him.
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Male 194
@papajon0s1
Yeah good job trying to appear compassionate to a load of people who don`t know you, but we all know you`re full of sh*t.

Somebody screaming all day next door wouldn`t bother you? When you`ve got a head ache? Bad mood? Graveyard shift? Got a child of your own that can`t sleep?

Get f*cked mate. Don`t lie to us.
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Male 579
Well, number one, the letter writer could move her lazy arse. Also, this could be a grand parenting moment; you can teach children that not all of us are created equal and some of us need our love and understanding and compassion and not vile hatred. What this letter writer did was truly awful and she should be ashamed. She`s the one who needs help. I have no problem letting the child outside and as a neighbor would encourage it. Heck, if I lived next to Obama`s white house I`d be outside screaming every day too!
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Male 1,059
Written like a true death-loving Obamaite. I`m sure the death panels will deny this child care at some point and I hope the other awesome-sounding neighbors band together to help this family when that happens.
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Male 194
@McThstlpnts
Guess what, I WAS a special needs kid, I`ve got Aspergers. While not that bad now, I was the most annoying of kids.

Violent, no clue how to behave, fill it out, apparently you know how we can be as young ones. If you haven`t made that story up that is.

After I beat up a few kids on my team for losing, do you think my parents said "He`s a special needs kid there`s nothing to be done"? Of course not, they took me off the team.

Do not act like a victimized mean person. Of course there`s something to do, there always is.

Once again, one person`s handicapped child has no business making sure the 8 other families that have lived there for countless years suddenly can`t get a moments rest anymore.

Move, keep the kid inside, muzzle it for all I care. YOUR PROBLEM IS JUST THAT, YOUR PROBLEM.
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Female 1,539
@BlackHaze You clearly have never spent time with a special needs child. To think that they can be "controlled" is incredibly ignorant. My son is in a Special Education Pre-K class to get speech therapy for his speech delay. There is another boy in his class who is within the Autism spectrum and when he gets excited he falls onto the floor screaming. To a passerby it would seem like he is throwing a temper tantrum but he is unable to "appropriately" control his own emotions and, quite literally, bursts with happiness.

Those without first hand experience tend to be the first to judge.
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Female 1,234
Actually come to think of it, I do live next door to a family that has a daughter that is mentally handicapped. Guess what! She likes to go out on her porch and wail/sing with her head phones on and she is very loud and I can hear her inside my house with the tv on. She isn`t hurting anyone and I would never dream of writing a letter like that to her parents. I was just startled the first time I heard her because I thought she was a troubled cat in pain, so I ran outside to help it..then I discovered it was her singing. I just figured that perhaps her singing was an outlet for her..Either way she doesn`t bother me, or anyone else that lives here, even when she is at her loudest. The lady that wrote the letter needs to learn tolerance because she is going to be met with a lot of things in life that she isn`t going to like.
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Male 7
This website is slipping. Poor grammar, poor choice of links. They should be user submitted and peer reviewed to reach the front page.
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Male 194
@djwajda
Like forcing a sound in your ear for the biggest part of the day in your OWN house?

The special needs kid`s parents have control over his actions.
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Male 883
@Gerry

If a person is forcing something on you it`s one thing. A child in his OWN back yard making noise in daytime hours is forcing NOTHING on nobody.

All your comparisons in your last post have nothing to do with a special needs child like this who has no control over his own actions!
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Male 194
@djwajda
So in your opinion people who want to kill of other people should be met with... death?

See the irony in this you bleeding heart f*ck?
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Male 883
[quote]i am all for killing of all mental handicapt people.
they are useless.[/quote]

I usually keep pretty calm around clueless people but in light of your statement I do so hope you die a lonely, long and painful death.

To all of you defending this person I sure as hell hope you all never have to deal with a special needs child 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as that child would definitely be in loads of trouble.
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Male 39,531

CaptKangaroo, [quote]"forcing others to conform with YOUR standards is not the answer... "[/quote]
I agree. Forcing me to live with their problem is wrong. I am sympathetic about their problem but it is their problem. Who else can shove their life into mine? Do I have to put up with the deaf neighbors vibrating things on my coffee table because their bass is so high? Do I have to put up with the 5 screaming kids of a poor single mom who can`t figure out how a condom works? Do I have to listen to Chris Brown complain his fist hurts? Do you have to put up with other peoples kids playing in your yard? It`s the same thing when their noise regularly invades your home.

It is rude of me to force my life on others. And it`s just as rude if they do it to me.
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Male 194
"She`s got a point. Rudely put, but a point nonetheless.

Why should everyone have to accommodate her families problem? If he is screaming and hooting all day long I`d get bloody tired of it as well. Sympathy for the mom and what she goes through, but that is her problem, not mine to deal with.

I`ve put up with this from deaf neighbors who BLAST the bass so they can feel music. And are they loud when they have sex! They sound like cats. But as I said, it`s their problem, why do I have to deal with it."

Oh pooe, I`m agreeing with Gery.

Also I love all the bleeding hearts on here, you`d all be going insane as well if all you heard all day was "WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOO"

Annoyed yet? This is only a forum I`m doing t
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Female 1,539
Seriously...it should read Autistic...not sure why it was misspelled. I was pretty upset when I shared this story so if I did misspell PLEASE correct it.
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Female 512
Just thought I`d add...most people on the autism spectrum are *not* mentally handicapped. And if they are (above communication & social issues caused by the ASD), it is normally in addition to the ASD, not because of it. Some of the greatest minds of the last several hundred years were thought to be on the autism spectrum, including Darwin, Michelangelo, Isaac Newton, Einstein & Mozart. It is the very fact their brains don`t work the same way as a neuro-typical brain that has led to these people achieving what they did. Plus most ASD people I know are also much better spellers than the passive-aggressive writer of this ignorant & hateful letter.
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Male 3,099
@Gerry- You don`t and shouldn`t have to deal with it- you can move.
However, forcing others to conform with YOUR standards is not the answer... Unless you`re one of those ignorant, self-entitled jackasses whining about their weltschmerz, that is.
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Male 2,306
Dutchweed. You do realize that most people are mentally handicapped compared to real geniuses, or people with real talents, right? You`re bringing us down as well as a species because you clearly are missing a few screws when it comes to compassion. You shouldn`t reproduce.
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Female 2,761
can they sue for that?
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Male 1,293
"I think we can all agree whoever wrote this letter is a psycho"

Personally I think that anyone who presumes to speak for others is a psychopath, in the most literal sense. That person has no empathy for anyone with a different view, is unable to see other people as having rights of their own.

I would not judge someone at all, let alone mental health, from a single letter on an issue I know nothing about.

The letter is not pleasant. I suspect that the person writing it is not a pleasant person. However the views expressed have at times been common, mainstream views in the world. The German Nazi Party was widely praised. The US progressive movement espoused many of the ideas here. Pretty much every other country had movements with similar views that received some support. In those times most mentally ill people were kept in institutions away from the rest of society.
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Male 2,619
My gosh there are some horrible, vile people i nthe world.

A lot of them are in this forum.
You deserve to suffer a mental illness you sick freaks.
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Female 217
ive read a few comments and some people need to take a chill pill! there`s no need to side with either party, a mother will never see anything but perfection in their child, even with difficulties, and a pissed off resident with their own life and stresses (not that it validates their behavior) cant see past their own annoyance.
even if the person felt this way i don`t see why they have to cause more upset to what must be an already obvious stressful situation for this boys family. write it, get your anger out, throw it in your own bin! and if you are that bothered/concerned that the child may be being neglected/not suitably cared for and causing stress thats beyond reason for others then there are other more reasonable actions, like talking with the family, suggesting alternative activities, contacting charities/councils for advice, you know, trying to put a positive on a un-idyllic situation, but suggesting a mother euthinise her kid, vile!
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Male 92
i am all for killing of all mental handicapt people.
they are useless.

blabla fck your fake morals and standards you know all they do is mess up the gene pool and make humanity as a whole less valuable
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Female 3,696
I can`t speak for him, but for everyone jumping down Gerry`s throat...I know we don`t know the whole story but I think we can all agree whoever wrote this letter is a psycho.

There is a big difference between someone like djwajda who obviously makes efforts to try and appease everyone knowing their child needs extra accommodations and someone who has no bothers to give especially if you are living in a condo/town house situation.
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Male 926
To Gerry and all of the other idiots agreeing with the letter...if you want less distractions, don`t want to deal with the community, you should have made more money. It`s not everyone else`s problem that you didn`t accomplish your dreams.
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Male 464
You know what, I side with the letter writer. If you have a special child and that child is loud and requires supervision you arent giving, then I can see why a person in a nice neighbourhood would want you to move away or do something with your terrible child. Mental handicap isnt a free ticket to be a bastard.
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Female 4,359
ooooo, find them. find them and SHAME them. I`d pay to watch that!
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Female 40
Ignorant Bitch Mom is being very Ignorant Bitch Mom...
How dare she?
And then the slut goes on to say `my normal children`.
If she`s their mother, I feel bad for THEM because they may have a predisposition to being just as arrogant and ignorant as her!
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Female 1
I`ve lurked here longer than Gerry`s held hate in his rainbow heart, but his $hit has brought me out of the shadows. As a mom of two autistic kids, with a blind friend I am beyond stumped by your stance Gerry. If things are too loud, YOU move. Emergency services are loud, perhaps you should get mad at them for disturbing your peace? Or if that`s not personal enough, domestic violence happens in the quietest of neighbourhoods, perhaps the victim should just take her abusing partner and move somewhere quieter so they can be abused where it won`t upset your tender ears? Why on GOD`s green eyed earth should people tiptoe around YOU? What makes you so special? LIFE is noisy, PEOPLE are noisy, and if it upsets you so much, do what the hermits did and %$^& off to a cave somewhere and rot. This woman is doing the best she can with the hand she`s been dealt with. It`s not perfect, but you`re not perfect either. Live and let live.
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Female 7,985
Gerry- you live in a community, a group of people who must all muck in together. If you don`t like it- go and live a shack in the woods. Part of successful community living is being sympathetic to people- sure- loud music at 4 am is avoidable and should be stopped- but loud child? How about all trying to help- to muck in together and do the best you can for the family? Being rude and venomous like this deserves a slap and shunning.
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Male 39,531

Dead_mind, I see what you did there...and it failed. It doesn`t translate. And point in fact, some of my neighbors don`t know, why? Because it`s not forced into their home as noise would be.
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Female 1,234
People like this make me sick! She should thank god that none of her own offspring ended up handicapped, because karma has a funny way of being a b.tch. The author of the letter should work up a pair and talk to the mother of the handicapped child face to face about how she feels. Normaly I am a very calm person and I don`t like to get all worked up, however I will say one say one thing...I am sorry but If some crazy neighbor ever came at me by picking on my defenseless child like the author did to the handicapped child in that letter.. I am afraid the results would be worse than an after hours Denny`s beat down, because I would be breaking my foot off into someone`s poop chute..yes! I am a mama bear.
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Male 232
they need to find the person who wrote that letter, drag them into the street kicking and screaming and beat them unmercifully within an inch of their lives .
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Male 89
Seems like there is one bad gene pool.
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Male 883
This hits fairly close to home as my daughter has a form of autism known as Rett Syndrome. As such she can be fairly loud at times and her mood spectrum can change on a dime.

I live in a `townhouse neighborhood`. Whenever we get new neighbors I make it a point to meet them right away and explain my daughter`s issues to them. I`ve never EVER had a noise complaint as a result of this.

This is not to say I`ve never had a moron like this woman open their mouth and shove their foot clean down their throat.

I never presume that everyone around me `loves my kid`. I go out of my way to try and keep the noise level down as not only is it nice for the neighbors it gives me a bit of quiet time as well.

The woman who wrote this letter obviously has not one clue in her idiotic head about dealing with a special needs child or how to approach the subject with his parents.
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Male 1,154
http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/noise

Do autistic kids count as parties? cause otherwise I don`t think my local noise ordinances cover them.
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Male 9,497
Crakr

I hope the woman is found out and outed online, humiliated, fired, shunned, etc.

However I don`t see it as a police matter. She tell the mom to euthanize her child, she doesn`t threaten that she is going to do anything herself.

Saying this is a terrorist threat is like saying if I told you to go f.uck yourself it would be threatening rape.

(BTW, I am NOT telling you that. It was an example. I am politely disagreeing with you)
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Male 3,369
Has CrakrJak become a liberal?? Once again, I agree with him
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Male 3,894
@Gerry--what`s your solution? Deny them citizenship? Kick them all off onto an island? They didn`t choose to be that way, and they deserve the right to live with the rest of society...you can`t just bar the door on them because they get on your nerves a bit.
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Male 3,894
I`m going to keep wishing this was fake.
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Male 1,745
Crakrjak while I agree the woman is scum, this is not a terrorist threat and although it happens, I don`t like police being used as teaching tools. frankly it would be a waste of my tax dollars calling police to somehow `scare` compassion into the lady. Yes she is heartless, but she is not saying she is going to hurt them.
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Male 17,512
turdburglar: telling someone they should kill their kid and donate the body parts qualifies as instilling fear and terror upon the recipient. Thus it`s a "terrorist threat" and the police should investigate it.

Bottom line you don`t communicate to someone that you wish them or their relatives were dead.

Not to mention this woman should be convicted of exclamation point abuse.
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Male 1,745
This woman represents the worst of humanity, antisocial and the one that needs to move away into seclusion. There was a mentally handicap kid in my old neighborhood, many helped him out, gave him jobs he could do to make him feel helpful and paid him. That will help the family feel better too. That`s what being a community is, helping the the ones that need it.
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Male 303
@Gerry1of1
Why would anyone have to know you are gay?
why don`t you move and hide that from every one?
why shuld you be allowed to try to live a normal life? get my drift?
its not the family`s problem. its her problem, the one who wrote it.
we are all special. maybe its a grand chance for that hate full bitch to teach her kids some acceptance and understanding. for everyone saying this letter has a bias point, i hope you develop ms and give birth to a retarded and / or autistic child.
The murmikan dream and what not. if you feel it being that troublesome, you move.
don`t you dare put any more suffering on this family.
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Male 4,891

crakrjak - Terrorist threat! Really? That is god damn stupid. It`s a letter, not a bomb. There wasn`t any threats, just opinions.

Get a grip.
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Male 15,172
Not a nice letter, but I wouldn`t want them near me either.
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Male 4,891

They are trying to press charges? No doubt that the letter and writer are completely evil, but since when can we sue someone for saying stuff we don`t like.
Fu#K, I have ALOT of people to sue!
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Male 17,512
Egads, I can understand a noise complaint, but telling her to euthanize the kid and donate the body parts is really sick.

People in my building make noise all the time, you deal with it, it`s part of life. The only times that I felt it necessary to do something about loud noises were instances of obvious physical abuse, then 911 was called.

Whomever wrote this rant needs some serious mental health advisement, because I believe this qualifies as a "terrorist threat".
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Male 39,531

She`s got a point. Rudely put, but a point nonetheless.

Why should everyone have to accommodate her families problem? If he is screaming and hooting all day long I`d get bloody tired of it as well. Sympathy for the mom and what she goes through, but that is her problem, not mine to deal with.

I`ve put up with this from deaf neighbors who BLAST the bass so they can feel music. And are they loud when they have sex! They sound like cats. But as I said, it`s their problem, why do I have to deal with it.
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Female 6,381
Austic? Your word for the day is "spellchecker."

I saw this earlier, and as crude, offensive, and intolerant as the letter is, I can`t believe it is based on nothing. If he`s in a townhouse development ("close proximity neighborhood"), and is howling for hours on end (we never get to hear him on his own in the back yard), it could be very difficult to live around. People with developmentally disabled kids can develop a very thick skin and presume that everyone else loves their kid and his or her idiosyncrasies as much as they do.
As much as the writer needs some serious lessons in humanity, I hope the parents consider that their child might just need some additional control if they care to be good neighbors.



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Female 3,696
I understand how frustrating living near screaming children, particularly one that doesn`t have the ability to control themselves but that`s just hateful and mean and written by someone who has a lot of rage in their heart.
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Male 9,497
I just saw this somewhere else.

I hope 4chan and reddit jump on this and find out who this b.itch is so we can all publicly destroy her life.
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Female 1,539
Link: Hate Letter Sent To Mother With Austic Child [Pic] [Rate Link] - Mom of the Year Candidate? (For the cow that wrote the letter of course.)
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