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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

WTF Wednesday

Once again, items in the news cause me to scratch my head and say "WTF??"

Three daycare workers in Dover, Delaware, were arrested on charges of felony assault, conspiracy and child endangerment when it was discovered that they had staged a fight between two toddlers and filmed it!

The video showed the toddlers screaming and crying, while the workers could be overheard laughing in the background.  At one point, one of the toddlers tried to run away from the fray, but one of the women grabbed him and forced them to continue.

And you thought Michael Vick was horrible...   He has nothing on those daycare workers!  I hope they get the book thrown at them.

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The HUG ME Jacket

 
Don't be cold and lonely this winter!  The Hug Me Jacket, shown above is designed to make you feel loved.  That row of clasped hands running up the front is supposed to give you the sensation of loving hugs.....(   or maybe feel like you're in a straight jacket?)   I don't think I'll be sporting one of those this winter....how about you?
 
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He Wants to Be a She
 
 
Robert Kosilek was convicted of murdering his wife in 1990.  Born a man, he has been receiving hormone treatments and has been living as a woman in an all male prison.  He/she has sued the State of Massachusetts stating that if the prison system is to offer him adequate medical treatment, then he must be provided with sexual reassignment surgery.  U. S. District Judge Mark Wolf ruled that the surgery is the only adequate treatment for Kosisek's medical need, so Robert will become "Michelle" courtesy of the Massachusetts taxpayers.    ??
 
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Spooning?
 
 
Etibar Elchiyev has made the Guinness Book of World Records for having the most spoons (50) magnetized to his body.  I have to ask myself, at what point in your life do you decide that you want to be famous for this type of talent??? 
Like  I said, "WTF?"
 
All above articles and photos were found on Yahoo News.
 
EVA 

11 comments:

Jen said...

W T>>>>.!!!Where do these people come up with this...and the prisoner in Mass. poor him/her....to be treated like that and have to suffer, well, I'ld say it's a crime.......lol

Stephen Hayes said...

I'm about as liberal as they come but Mass. taxpayers being forced to pay for gender surgery for a felon is just too much.

rosaria williams said...

What?
There is never a scarcity of stupidity, up and down the country. Maybe, too much partying, or what?

Sue said...

The first and third one are especially awful. And the others are just ridiculous.

=)

Brian Miller said...

spoons magnetized to his body....wow....ugh on the daycare workers...that just makes me sick....neglect...

Sorry kid, your mom doesn't play well with others said...

Where do you find this? It is ridiculous and hilarious at the same time!

Pat said...

I just read about the prisoner who is getting the sex change courtesy of the Massachusetts tax payers. I, too, think I am pretty liberal. This person is a MURDERER. Life imprisonment. Seriously? Wouldn't it be easier to just keep him in confinement? Believe me, I am NOT against sex change operations. I truly believe people struggle through this. But in this case? Unbelievable!

Alessandra said...

I hope those day care workers get a million years in jail, and then are released in general population where all the other inmates know what they did. THere isn't a word in the dictionary to express how I feel about this. There must be a special place in hell for people like that. Too bad I'm already married, the spoon guy sure looks like a catch...:)

River said...

I hope the book gets thrown at those day care workers too. As for the gender reassignment surgery, it shouldn't happen at taxpayers expense. It's elective surgery not life saving.

A Beer for the Shower said...

The first rule of baby fight club is that you don't talk about baby fight club. Winner gets a nap and some juice.

Yikes.

Also, just to let you know I'm enjoying your book so far. Haven't had much time to read, but when I do, I'm soaring through it.

Al Penwasser said...

Since Dover is so close to Philly, you can imagine how much "Toddler Fight Club" made the evening news.