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Snotty Brats and Enabling Adults

January 23, 2008

Veronica De La Cruz needs to shut up. She is just another example of adults who enable children to believe that they do not need to check themselves. De La Cruz goes out of her way and repeatedly states that the Tistadt’s phone number was listed. In other words, they got what they deserved. I don’t know a thing about this man or his wife, but I do know this, just because a person’s number is listed does not mean kids should call all through the night, especially for non-emergency reasons.

So, this grown man is to answer to a child about why school was not cancelled. You can best believe if his number was not listed he would have to take some slack from parents and school members who would accuse him of having a closed-door policy instead of an open-door policy.

Notice how the student’s message is not aired just the “angry” woman.

When you were a child, would you have called the school superintendent, the principal, or even a teacher for such a frivolous reason? If the little brat were out for snow then he would complain come summer when the day had to be compensated.

Then there is CNN’s constant sexism, how this woman is not a woman in her own right, but a wife. Also the comments on youtube are horrible. A woman cannot be angry or defend her home without being called a hag or others thinking about how bad it must be for the poor husband.

CNN anchors are so cool dude. They are like total BFFs for brats.


The Snotty Brat Wants It All To Go Away

Too bad sonny, you need to face the consequences. Of course, his enabling adult Veronica De La Cruz is milking the arrogant little worm’s story in order to sensationalise her standing as the go to for internet drama. According to the snotty brat, there are more important issues in America, such as the presidential primaries. All the calls he is getting from the media is just too much nonsense. Oh, like the calls the Tistadt’s were getting from snotty brats were important I suppose. The presidential primaries were not an issue when snotty brat thought he was entitled and called a school official’s home demanding an answer about a frivolous situation. What happened to thinking before acting? That must not be a maneuver in video games. Not only does this snot boy call the adult, he was the one who posted the message on the internet. He caused this fiasco, no one else.

Oscar Wilde would be proud.

  1. Rent Party permalink
    January 24, 2008 2:10 am

    GOD. What a disgusting show. And I’ll bet he gets harassed a lot, and his wife gets a lot of rude phone calls throughout the day. And no, the answer is not get unlisted. Listing your phone number is not an invitation to jerks to call you, it’s part of, well, let’s call it, participating in the world.

  2. A-mazing Amazon permalink
    January 24, 2008 8:49 pm

    That must not be a maneuver in video games.

    it sure isn’t.

    de la cruz is obviously trying to be controversial, but reporters also should be more responsible for the social consequences of backing up the brat. not only is the recording on youtube, but CNN is amplifying the message that it’s somehow okay for kids to harass school officials, because, ya know, we all wanted to do that when we were kids. CNN is appealing to the inner-immaturity inside the masses, which is why we all feel like we have to protect ourselves from the self-serving youth/young adults. i’ll bet that this particular brat left a nasty message in the first place which is why the wife snapped.

    also, surprise surprise, it was an entitled male student who created this mess. who is further revealing just how entitled he feels to what he did by saying that he just wants it all to go away.

  3. Chris permalink
    January 24, 2008 10:55 pm

    I didn’t click on the link but I did hear the call earlier today. After hearing it, all that I thought was the Superintendent’s wife didn’t say anything that this kid’s parents shouldn’t have already said to him.

    I would have loved to have heard the message he left as I am sure it wasn’t just a nice inquiry as he tried to make it out to be.

  4. Rent Party permalink
    January 25, 2008 4:35 am

    Inner immaturity of the masses, that’s about right.

    That was what I thought too: why hadn’t the kid’s parents said that to him, and why don’t more people wonder that?

  5. Kitty Glendower permalink
    January 27, 2008 8:24 pm

    Yes, inner immaturity, a-mazing amazon is very keen with her observations.

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