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  1. My friend's sister was 16 and met a deadbeat that is too good for a job. She had a baby when she was 16 and he was 18. Now a year later they were legal to get married. So they got married 2 months ago.

    He's still too good for a job.

    They were given a car by her father. Like he went out and bought them a dependable car, so they don't have to keep taking his.

    I saw them this weekend, because they dropped by so my friend's sister could borrow some of my friend's fetish clothes to go to the local Gay Pride parade. Nothing says Gay Pridelike a married couple with a 1 year old.

    So anyway, when it came time to leave. They went out in the car with their baby. Then the girl realized she forgot something. So she came back in.

    She was in for a minute. He came back in to motivate her to leave. He didn't bring his baby. So I looked out the window. Down on the street was their car... open car door, busy neighborhood. Lots of people, lots of kids / teens.

    I got on his case about leaving his kid down in a car with the door open, when he could have honked or sent a text or called to tell her to hurry. He said that he left the door open so the car door doesn't happen to lock.

    That probably means he left his kid in a running car (for the AC) with the door open and the keys in the ignition in a busy neighborhood that they've never been to.

    He didn't see the problem.

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    2. geo

      geo

      People don't realize kids are in it. They see door open, keys in the car, engine running. Its not car jackers I'd be worried about, its people that just see the oppertunity and take it.

    3. Maes

      Maes

      Coopersville said:

      They sound like bad parents, but I still don't think someone wants to steal a car with a baby in it.


      Organ harvesters?

    4. 40oz

      40oz

      Coopersville said:

      They sound like bad parents, but I still don't think someone wants to steal a car with a baby in it.


      You'd be surprised.

      I... my friend once stole a car with a toddler in it and held the kid in ransom for the car and a wad of cash. Easiest wheels and $500 I... my friend ever made.

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