(I don't even know where to put this one. LOL)
Local news story -- A 15 year old bought a Lazy Cake (brownie made with melatonin in them - for sleep). He was babysitting his sister's baby (around 2 yrs old), AND of course he was eating the brownie in front of the baby (naturally baby wants brownie) and this idiot breaks off about a quarter of it and gives it to baby. Baby naturally laid down and went to sleep -- AND DAMN NEAR DIED! And whose fault is it??? Of COURSE, it certainly isn't the 15 year olds fault, someone else is to blame. What a surprise.
So we are supposed to believe that this 15 year old went into a store and paid $5 for a single brownie ~~~ called Lazy Cake ~~~ WITH WARNINGS ON THE LABEL ~~~ and giant letters that say "RELAXATION BROWNIE" ~~~ (wait for it............
But it's not his fault the baby almost died cuz the clerk should have ID'd him.... whatever.
OMG What happened to common sense? Not to mention personal responsibility! And where's the freakin law??
I think the kid should be charged with a crime -- same as you or I would if they found us giving a baby large amounts of tylenol PM or something.
What do you think?
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