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Leave your children, (ages 1 - 8) at a restaurant, in the care of a bunch of strangers (to you, anyway; granted, these are all nice people but you'd have no way of knowing this) who are NOT child care professionals, for five + hours while you went to the adjacent restaurant and got drunk?

And then were "bothered" when said strangers inquired as to where you were when the children started crying for their "mommy" around midnite?

I wouldn't do that to my dog!

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One of your friends did that? Is he/she still in jail and who has the kids now?

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Heck, I am having a heckuva time just taking my 13 yo to the Y camp. Where there are child care professionals--and it is an environment made for kids.


I can't imagine anyone leaving their kids like that. Did you consider calling child protective services?
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Heck, I am having a heckuva time just taking my 13 yo to the Y camp. Where there are child care professionals--and it is an environment made for kids. I can't imagine anyone leaving their kids like that. Did you consider calling child protective services?
Well, it was for a private birthday party where they shut both restaurants down. However, I don;t see the logic in leaving your kids in the care of a bunch of unknown people, who had little to no idea what the deal was until the last minute. These people are friends of the restaurant owner, who has more money and connections than god, However, I'd think with all those resources, there could have been proper childcare provided.
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Heck no. I prolly would have called the local police, and had the parents arrested
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Oh hell no! I prolly woulda wanted to slapped the sh*t outa them. :(
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I wouldn't do that because drinking is bad for your running. Freebasing, on the other hand...
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