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    Posted: 01 May 2020 at 7:19pm
The commercial shows a woman and cat.
The kid yells "Mom, I Fell!"
mom: "Get a band-aid"
kid: "But I'm bleeding"
mom: "Get 2"
This mother does not deserve to be a mother.
The message this sends that a (seemingly healthy) pet is more important than a hurt child is horrible.
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Originally posted by AJSNV AJSNV wrote:

This mother does not deserve to be a mother.
The message this sends that a (seemingly healthy) pet is more important than a hurt child is horrible.


Maybe the kid's a jerk.

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Has everyone suddenly lost their sense of humor?  They're commercials, not an essay on the human condition.  I think this COVID-19 is getting to everyone.  Ermm
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"... but mom, it's gushing all over the floor!"
"Then get a mop"
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I find this commercial off putting, and I don't even like kids.
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As a grandpa since June 2000 (the youngest of 3 just turned 11 y/o) I always have band-aids in my wallet and a proper first aid kit in my car. The 2 older girls considered any scrape or bruise traumatic and a drop or more of blood a life threatening catastrophe. Their cousin, my now 11 y/o Grandson just keeps going. the only time he didn't was when he took a belly flop off the monkey bars and had the wind knocked out of him. After a couple minutes to resume breathing normally he was back on the bars. Regarding the commercial. A parent being unconcerned with their child in pain possibly needs to experience actual pain.   
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:


As a grandpa since June 2000 (the youngest of 3 just turned 11 y/o) I always have band-aids in my wallet and a proper first aid kit in my car. The 2 older girls considered any scrape or bruise traumatic and a drop or more of blood a life threatening catastrophe. Their cousin, my now 11 y/o Grandson just keeps going. the only time he didn't was when he took a belly flop off the monkey bars and had the wind knocked out of him. After a couple minutes to resume breathing normally he was back on the bars. Regarding the commercial. A parent being unconcerned with their child in pain possibly needs to experience actual pain.   


WOW! In this world of snowflakes it's great to hear some kids have the "guts" to get up and get back on the horse (or in this case, the bars)
Buy that kid an ice cream cone at least!
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Originally posted by caroln242 caroln242 wrote:

Has everyone suddenly lost their sense of humor?  They're commercials, not an essay on the human condition.  I think this COVID-19 is getting to everyone.  Ermm 

Amen to dat, sistah!!!! LOL

Besides, anyone who's ever owned (or been owned by) a cat knows that the cat always comes first!!! Wink


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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Maybe the kid's a jerk.

Originally posted by CaptainErnie CaptainErnie wrote:

"... but mom, it's gushing all over the floor!"
"Then get a mop"

It's these kinds of crude, callous, uncalled for remarks....

....that are why I've stayed around this forum for so long!!!! LOL


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Originally posted by CaptainErnie CaptainErnie wrote:

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:


As a grandpa since June 2000 (the youngest of 3 just turned 11 y/o) I always have band-aids in my wallet and a proper first aid kit in my car. The 2 older girls considered any scrape or bruise traumatic and a drop or more of blood a life threatening catastrophe. Their cousin, my now 11 y/o Grandson just keeps going. the only time he didn't was when he took a belly flop off the monkey bars and had the wind knocked out of him. After a couple minutes to resume breathing normally he was back on the bars. Regarding the commercial. A parent being unconcerned with their child in pain possibly needs to experience actual pain.   


WOW! In this world of snowflakes it's great to hear some kids have the "guts" to get up and get back on the horse (or in this case, the bars)
Buy that kid an ice cream cone at least!
He has always been like that. He was 5 y/o. He had a favorite tree in the park for climbing. He and his little girl friend Nora would get 30 feet off the ground before the branches were too small. The City cut all limbs lower than 8 feet off the trees in their parks to prevent such dangerous behavior!Angry
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Originally posted by CaptainErnie CaptainErnie wrote:

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:


As a grandpa since June 2000 (the youngest of 3 just turned 11 y/o) I always have band-aids in my wallet and a proper first aid kit in my car. The 2 older girls considered any scrape or bruise traumatic and a drop or more of blood a life threatening catastrophe. Their cousin, my now 11 y/o Grandson just keeps going. the only time he didn't was when he took a belly flop off the monkey bars and had the wind knocked out of him. After a couple minutes to resume breathing normally he was back on the bars. Regarding the commercial. A parent being unconcerned with their child in pain possibly needs to experience actual pain.   


WOW! In this world of snowflakes it's great to hear some kids have the "guts" to get up and get back on the horse (or in this case, the bars)
Buy that kid an ice cream cone at least!
He has always been like that. He was 5 y/o. He had a favorite tree in the park for climbing. He and his little girl friend Nora would get 30 feet of the ground before the branches were too small. The City cut all limbs lower than 8 feet off the trees in their parks to prevent such dangerous behavior!Angry
Q: What do you call a cruise ship with 2,000 lawyers on board at the bottom of the ocean?
A: A decent start.


That's a joke from the movie Philadelphia with Tom Hanks.

Andrew Beckett:
What do you call a thousand lawyers chained together at the bottom of the ocean?

Joe Miller:
I don't know.

Andrew Beckett:
A good start.

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Originally posted by CaptainErnie CaptainErnie wrote:

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:


As a grandpa since June 2000 (the youngest of 3 just turned 11 y/o) I always have band-aids in my wallet and a proper first aid kit in my car. The 2 older girls considered any scrape or bruise traumatic and a drop or more of blood a life threatening catastrophe. Their cousin, my now 11 y/o Grandson just keeps going. the only time he didn't was when he took a belly flop off the monkey bars and had the wind knocked out of him. After a couple minutes to resume breathing normally he was back on the bars. Regarding the commercial. A parent being unconcerned with their child in pain possibly needs to experience actual pain.   


WOW! In this world of snowflakes it's great to hear some kids have the "guts" to get up and get back on the horse (or in this case, the bars)
Buy that kid an ice cream cone at least!
He has always been like that. He was 5 y/o. He had a favorite tree in the park for climbing. He and his little girl friend Nora would get 30 feet of the ground before the branches were too small. The City cut all limbs lower than 8 feet off the trees in their parks to prevent such dangerous behavior!Angry
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A: A decent start.
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Originally posted by caroln242 caroln242 wrote:

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Q: What do you call a cruise ship with 2,000 lawyers on board at the bottom of the ocean?
A: A decent start.
 

That's a joke from the movie Philadelphia with Tom Hanks.

Andrew Beckett:
What do you call a thousand lawyers chained together at the bottom of the ocean?

Joe Miller:
I don't know.

Andrew Beckett:
A good start.


The one I heard was....

Q: What do you call it when a busload of lawyers goes over a cliff but there was one empty seat?

A: A crying shame.

BTW, our friend and fellow CIH'er Cape Cat is a lawyer, so it might be a good thing to keep in mind when making lawyer jokes... Wink

We mean other lawyers, not you, CC. LOL

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^ A family law attorney with a very good heart!
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One of the few commercials I actually enjoy...and I'm not a cat person.
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It's ok, my good friends...I've heard a lot of the jokes by now and if I didn't have a sense of humor, I shouldn't be in this business, LOL (and yes, I am owned by two beloved cats... and the kid yelling for the bandage in the ad has  just that extra degree of whine that makes me think "spoiled kid, Mom does everything for her" and "hey, where's Dad in all this, anyway?") 

   OK, here's a couple:  
  What's the difference between a dead skunk in the road and a dead lawyer in the road?  The skunk has skid marks in front of it.
   Why don't sharks bite lawyers?  Professional courtesy.  
   What do you call 50 skydiving lawyers?  Skeet
   How does a lawyer sleep at night, anyway?  Well, first he lies on one side, then he lies on the other.  
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I had not seen this BS in a long time. I have no clue why now???? 30 minutes later it posted normally.Confused

 

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Originally posted by CapeCat CapeCat wrote:

It's ok, my good friends...I've heard a lot of the jokes by now and if I didn't have a sense of humor, I shouldn't be in this business, LOL (and yes, I am owned by two beloved cats... and the kid yelling for the bandage in the ad has  just that extra degree of whine that makes me think "spoiled kid, Mom does everything for her" and "hey, where's Dad in all this, anyway?") 

   OK, here's a couple:  
  What's the difference between a dead skunk in the road and a dead lawyer in the road?  The skunk has skid marks in front of it.
   Why don't sharks bite lawyers?  Professional courtesy.  
   What do you call 50 skydiving lawyers?  Skeet
   How does a lawyer sleep at night, anyway?  Well, first he lies on one side, then he lies on the other.  

LOLLOLLOL It figures the best lawyer jokes I ever heard would be from a lawyer... 

Here's one (no offense intended)....

Two lawyers are walking down the sidewalk when the most gorgeous, scantily clad young woman either of them had ever seen walks by in the opposite direction. As she passes she notices them gawking at her so she smiles and winks at them.

Says one lawyer to the other... "Man I'd sure love to screw her!!!!"

Replies the other... "Out of what?"

 
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

I had not seen this BS in a long time. I have no clue why now???? 30 minutes later it posted normally.Confused

 

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One of them sometimes requires me to shut down my browser and a couple of times, I actually had to shut down and restart my computer just to get a post show up.

It's gotten to the point where I've gotten into the habit of doing a cut/paste of my own posts every time before I hit the Post Reply button just so I won't lose what I just spent several minutes typing, because this el-crap-o software doesn't have an auto-save feature.

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I think the reason for the problems, is that the forum software (Web Wiz) is old and outdated. That's probably why you never see it used anywhere else but here.

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I remember when I first joined here (2006?), I thought the icon of the tree (above the reply box), would actually help me post a picture as it was supposed to. I soon learned it was useless. Yet here it remains, 14 years later.

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Yet here it remains, 14 years later.

I don't see anything.
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Originally posted by atikovi atikovi wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Yet here it remains, 14 years later. 

I don't see anything.

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The commercial shows a woman and cat.
The kid yells "Mom, I Fell!"
mom: "Get a band-aid"
kid: "But I'm bleeding"
mom: "Tape a tampon over it!"



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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by atikovi atikovi wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Yet here it remains, 14 years later. 

I don't see anything.



Yep, and I don't even remember what some of those others were for. I assume links and videos and whatever.

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