We Wonder What Is Wrong With The World – These Parents Suck


hollowayweb20s-5-webTeenage kids threw a party and trashed Ex NFL star Brian Holloway’s house in up state NY. Where was Brian, in his other home down in Florida. Police are still trying to determine how the kids got access to the house.

The kids brought kegs, spray paint and  i-phones to the party. (stupid)

Damages to the home come to about $20,000. Broken windows, gouges in the wood floors, paint on the walls and if that wasn’t enough they broke a memorial to Brian’s stillborn son.

In an incredibly gracious move, Brian offered the teens and their parents a chance to make amends. The following Saturday Brian was hosting a party for Veterans at the very house that was trashed.

“Come out and help set up, fix up, bring food, and picnic stuff, so we can honor these real HEROS,” he wrote on his website. “I’m here. Come now. Take a stand for your future. This is called redemption.”

partyweb19s-3-webOnly one parent showed up. (sad)

Subsequently Brian posted pictures and names of the kids that trashed his house in an attempt to get them to take responsibility for their actions.

Here is the disgusting part. The “parents” of these kids are thinking about suing Brian for posting these names and pics even though the kids in question have already posted pics to Facebook and twitter bragging about the “greatest party ever”.

Personal note: First of all if I was dumb enough to go to a party and take pictures of myself my dad would beat me for being stupid. Secondly, given the opportunity to make amends I would be over at the guys house in a heartbeat, praying my parents didn’t find out.

We wonder what is wrong with the world. These parents are what is wrong with the world! These parents are setting a bad example for their children and society as a whole.



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