Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Is anyone else kind of hoping he got Judge Judy, or is it just me...

Okay, here's a little quiz for all you parents out there.

Your children were placed in foster care after it was found that they were being abused and neglected.  You want to visit them, but in order to do that you need the judge's permission.  Do you:  


A).  Sneak a visit in the hope that the judge is none the wiser. 
B).  Attempt to bribe the judge with flattery and a fruit basket. 
C).  Dress in drag as an elderly Scottish woman and get hired by your child's family as the new housekeeper, or; 
D).  Put on your best Nazi uniform, straighten your swastika patch, pencil on your Hitler moustache and front up to court to tell the judge that all you want is the chance to prove you can be a good father to little Adolf.

If you picked option D, then obviously you're the rather eccentric fellow from New Jersey who thought it'd be a good idea to front up to a visitation hearing wearing his Nazi themed best [link].

And by eccentric, of course I mean bat shit crazy.

Dude, why on earth are you idolising a guy who was, not to put too fine a point on it, evil?  The guy was insane, had both Mummy and Daddy issues, and seriously blamed an entire race of people because he wasn't rich to the point that he had millions of them killed!  None of these are things you should be trying to emulate.

And even if we put aside your ideological beliefs, surely you must have realised that turning up looking like an extra from A Springtime For Hitler wasn't going to win you any brownie points with that judge.  

I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that you're not going to be allowed to see your kids any time soon. 


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I'd like to thank Smashgirl over at Smash!Mosaics [link] for showing me this article.  She works at the library with me and her blog is awesomesauce, full of great posts about her travels and adventures.  And her mosaics aren't anything to sneeze at either [link].  

64 comments:

  1. I really can't relate to this situation. IF the big IF..... I ever neglected or abused my kids (who are now grandparents themselves), I'd most likely deserve to never see them and they most likely wouldnt want to see me. If I were the judge, I wouldn't trust a mother like that. So my answer is, I wouldn't try to see my kids in that situation.

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  2. That does not make any sense, and if it doesn't make any sense it can't be true!!

    I think Judge Judy would throw out their request in about 10 seconds... 60 if she was in a bad mood!!

    Love me some Judge Judy!

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    1. I don't know, there are plenty of things in this world that don't make sense to me and are completely true. The international date line, the sky being blue, Justin Beiber...

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  3. The dude is from Jersey, the land of bat shit crazy, so dressing in his Nazi uniform was probably better than showing up in court in his jorts and a wife beater.

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    1. I suppose at least he suited up ... even if his choice of suit was unfortunate.

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  4. As they say, truth is stranger than fiction, no?

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  5. He only names his children but doesn't hurt him...allowing him to name his children was the firts abuse they got.

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    1. It's definitely an awful thing to saddle a kid with.

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  6. Just when you think no one can do anything more stupid than the last guy (or gal) you read about, someone proves you wrong.

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    1. People are very good at exceeding our expectations when it comes to being dimwits.

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  7. You mean someone actually did this?

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  8. People are completely out of their minds.

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    1. Very true. And not always in the fun, Amanda Bynes kind of way.

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  9. Crazy indeed. But perhaps not surprising, given the kids were placed in foster care for possible abuse. I agree, he is not (should not) be allowed to visit the kids.

    Silvia @ Silvia Writes

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    1. Yeah, I don't see it happening any time soon. I'd guess the judge gave him the bums rush pretty quickly.

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  10. Naming a child Adolph Hitler or Aryan Nation IS child abuse!!

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    1. It's definitely a strange way to treat a kid you say you love, giving them a name you know is going to have them villified for the rest of their lives.

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  11. Vlad was always a far classier name for a child.

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  12. He doesn't care about seeing his kids. He just wants publicity for his "Hitler's Order" group. I can't imagine he'd ever get his kids back. Although, I never could have imagined someone would do this...

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    1. I know they say there's no such thing as bad publicity, but I think he might have found the exception to the rule.

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  13. Can they just send us to a planet where stupid, mean, and crazy doesn't grow like a...a...cancer?

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  14. Wow! I can't even wrap my head around How he thought any part of this was a Good idea.

    I'm not even sure what to say about this guy except that not only is he bat shit crazy, but apparently at least one woman out there is too, because she thought enough of him and nothing of herself to sleep with him and have a child. I hope both of them get help. They really need it.

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    1. I doubt he would have been impressed by the Hitler themed cosplay.

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  16. Damn... Another idiot giving NJ a bad name. Geez. How are we ever supposed to recover from Jersey Shore show with people like this!?

    Hugs!

    Valerie

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    1. I'm not sure if it's possible to recover entirely from the Jersey Shore fiasco.

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  17. I don't even know what to say about this...I just wanted you to know that I laughed and shook my head in amazement. WTH?

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  18. ha ha - Good one. You have me laughing.

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  19. I am always in stitches reading your blog - fancy coming to attention requesting Adolf Hitler be iced onto a birthday cake....it goes downhill from there!

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  20. Judge Judy and executioner!
    Damn auto-correct changed it to Jugs Judy which would actually be a pretty good porn name.

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    1. Hmm, I'm thinking there's an untapped part of the porn market there.

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  21. OMG. People. They never cease to amaze me !

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  22. What a fucking looney toon. That's really all I can say at this point.

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  23. What a freakhole. And yes, that's a combination of a**hole and freakshow. :) You're welcome. XO!

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  24. We have had a few nutcases like this in northern Idaho. Really boggles the mind when you hear the details. How do people get this way?

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    1. I have no idea. I'm always amazed that they exist at all.

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  25. Is "bat shit crazy" a clinical term? Well, it should be. And this guy's photo should be in the textbook right beside the definition.

    S

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    1. Yes, it's the technical term. And you can trust me, I'm a scientist.

      Actually I'm not a scientist, and you probably can't trust me to look after a blue eyed kitten.

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  26. Makes you feel for the kids... Yeah, here's hoping he got Judge Judy!!!

    Yet another one that simply leaves me SMH!!! Have a great "Hump Day." Slu

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    1. It is awful for the kids. Imagine being them having to go to school with names like that!

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  27. Reading this article made me shake my head. And be ashamed the guy is American. I mean... I am a firm believer in freedom of speech, but the state took your kids away. Then you show up in full Nazi regalia. I mean, talk about lack of personal growth and reflection.

    I'm starting to believe that there should be a test for parenthood -- I wish it wasn't just a biological process, because people like this shouldn't procreate. Love your usual snarky spin on things :) You make me laugh, Kellie.

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    1. I believe in freedom of speech too, but that means I get to say when I think someone's being a right royal knob head.

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  28. Well, if you're trying to teach your 3-year-old how to kill someone, you're probably not that concerned with what the judges will think. http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Alleged-Abuse--Not-Nazi-NamesIs-Reason-Hitler-Cant-Go-Home-100121859.html

    And to think the whole thing started getting attention when a shop refused to write "Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler" on his son's birthday cake. Wal-Mart got his cake-decorating business, instead.

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  29. I don't have kids, and I don't think I'd make a very good parent at this point in my life, but... even *I* know you leave your Nazi uniform at home when trying to get your kids back. Rookie mistake.

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  30. Nice post beauty ! <3
    I follow you... I hope you do the same :-)

    Love,
    radlewski.com
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  31. He "doesn't abuse his children, he only names them"...pretty sure with those names that qualifies as abuse. And what a shocker that there was violence and neglect in that house, but yet people who aren't of his ethnicity are inferior. Riiiiight.

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