2019-07-29 20:39:57 UTC
There are only two posts right now. Here they are:
Iraqi vet claim hot car death really was an accident
July 29, 2019 03:35PM
The moo (mother) is saying he really didn't mean it and maybe PTSD could lead to such an accident, I don't know.
One of the commenters are demanding that ALL cars have what cop cars now have where when the car hits 90F and no one is in the front, lights flash, the siren goes off and their phones are pinged.
Apparently this dumbass wants ALL cars to cost $5000 more at least for this feature to prevent parents from doing a nasty PNA. Some people ripped into the commenter and said that CF/CL/Retirees would be eating the cost for kids that will not be in their cars.
Re: Iraqi vet claim hot car death really was an accident
July 29, 2019 05:50PM
For fuck's sake, there's another solution to this problem which is significantly cheaper: start charging everyone whose kid dies in a hot car with manslaughter or murder. Sure, it will cost a bit to prosecute and imprison the first few, but once this becomes routine you can be damn sure the number of deaths will diminish. Regretful breeders will move on to new methods of murder that aren't prosecuted.
I admit the posters at Bratfree have always been painfully stubborn in their belief that most hot-car deaths are not accidents. (Hint: One seldom hears of pets dying in hot cars - or maybe that's the fault of the media.) However, I have to wonder - why did we never seem to hear of such deaths before the 1990s or so? Horribly hot summer weather has always existed in the Southern U.S., at least.