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June 28, 2016

IF THIS ATTITUDE HAD PREVAILED 50 YEARS AGO THIS BLOG WOULD HAVE GOTTEN THE ELECTRIC CHAIR

Insurance agent sues 14-year-old for repeatedly ringing his doorbell and running away after the prank caused him 'severe emotional distress'

(Thanks to Geoff)

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I liked John D. Wright when He fronted Paranoid Schizophrenia who opened for 3 Doors Down.

Next time I'd use flaming dog sh!t.

If he thinks it's bad now, wait 'til the kid starts asking "Do you have Prince Albert in a can?"

♫ Like a good neighbor .... ♪

he couldn't just smear a cut habanero on the doorbell? the next time that kid picked a booger or took a wizz...

' - left him with anxiety, sleeplessness and weight loss'

climbing up & down mom's basement stairs will do that to ya, i guess

I have to wonder if Dad put the kid up to it.

Didn't it occur to John Wright to simply disconnect the doorbell at night? Kids have been pranking neighbors for decades.

In addition to son Brennan, the lawsuit also includes mother Sara Papp and father Rick Papp ..

Sounds like a Papp smear

He obviously expects to collect from their homeowner's insurance policy, which will be happy to settle the case within the company.

Was the kid in shorts and driving a brown truck ?

simultaneous snork & groan @ MOTW

Oh, give the kid a break...he was just looking for I.P Daily...

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