BeignetMamas

BeignetMamas

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297 weeks ago @ Beignet Mamas - Commuter Chronicles: U... · 0 replies · +1 points

Carli, when folks can hide behind a computer screen and remain somewhat annonymous they get all types of "courage". Fortunately I have not had to deal with any online foolishness (knock on wood), but I've seen it on other blogs. I think the online folks wouldn't dare say some of the things they write if they were face to face.

297 weeks ago @ Beignet Mamas - Commuter Chronicles: U... · 0 replies · +1 points

Now that is so me! I don't do well with confrontational people at all either, especially in public. I'm not one to draw attention to myself, so I'll try my best to remove myself from the situation. Just as Eric said earlier, what are these people lacking in their lives that cause them to behave in such a manner???

297 weeks ago @ Beignet Mamas - Commuter Chronicles: U... · 0 replies · +1 points

I think the Golden Rule went out the window a long time ago. If I treated someone like that my conscience would eat me up. It's been a few days, so hopefully Dude has reflected on his actions and makes a change for the better.

297 weeks ago @ Beignet Mamas - Commuter Chronicles: U... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yes there are! I've never really people watched, but I do know that going to the mall on a Friday night can be quite the experience. I've seen some sights that I still can't quite comprehend. Leaving me to think that I must lead a very boring life. LOL

297 weeks ago @ Beignet Mamas - Commuter Chronicles: U... · 0 replies · +1 points

Eric, that last story had my heart in my throat. I'm glad your friend made it out of that alive, but it's really sad. You asked a very important question early on, "What is he lacking that makes him feel the need to challenge strangers in a non-threatening environment?" That's the key, so many of these folks are grossly lacking something within them. From bad behavior to total disregard for human life, something is missing. For someone to have no problem threatening the life of another, as if it's just the normal thing to do, and over something insignificant, is just sick! I seriously doubt this was the first time that kid ran and got his uncles to settle something for him.

297 weeks ago @ Beignet Mamas - Commuter Chronicles: U... · 0 replies · +1 points

Jill you've hit the nail on the head - entitlement! Hardly anyone cares about anyone else other than themselves anymore - and that could include family. I always try my best to be aware of how my actions may affect others. I don't understand how folks can get to the point where they can care absolutely nothing about another person, and be unapologetic about it!

297 weeks ago @ Beignet Mamas - Commuter Chronicles: U... · 0 replies · +1 points

You're right, some folks are. I've worked with people that would just walk around mad at the world, and would complain about any and everything. You could say the sun is shining, and they'd find fault in it. I too would try my best to keep my distance.

298 weeks ago @ Beignet Mamas - What\'s Going on With ... · 0 replies · +1 points

With all of the FB bullying that's been going on lately, I don't understand why more parents won't shut that down. Who's buying their phones, ipads, paying for their internet??? And yet the parents are walking around looking clueless, while the kids act a fool!

298 weeks ago @ Beignet Mamas - What\'s Going on With ... · 0 replies · +1 points

It seems to me that kids these days have very little regards for life in general. Nothing means much to them. Half of them don't even respect themselves, so imagine how they would feel about you!

298 weeks ago @ Beignet Mamas - Whimsical Wednesday: P... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks Eric! While I was at it, I also made letters for the kids at my daughter's daycare (only 4 kids). I didn't do their whole names, just their first initial. They LOVED them! These could be nice Christmas gifts if you have alot of kids to buy for.