“If you join his facebook page, be careful of others posing as his famly. The correct page is "Tripp Halstead Updates" I encouge you to join & support this family. It is amazing to read the updates & see pics of Tripp & his family.”
“ugh, not much is more pathetic than a pompous poster. I assume your (not you're) question is rhetorical because it is impossible for us as readers to know why. I will give you a moment to look up the definition for rhetorical.... I will give the question the old college try. Most folks aren't concerned with correct grammar, including spelling, they are simply being part of a conversation that they are unlikely to continue, and assume they aren't being graded. I sense an underlying issue with your comment. Your attempt to make another person feel badly is transparent. FYI, although waitsatff is an acceptable spelling, wait staff is more appropriate in that it is the most acceptable and used form of the word.”
“Obviously she didnt murder two children because she is part of the 99% who feel overworked & underpaid & even overwhelmed. She killed them because she is either mentally ill or evil. Just because these parents are part of the 1% doesnt make them elitist, they have every right to have this "nanny" work for her pay. No parent would think "Hey I dont give the nanny a raise, shes gonna kill my kids" Your statement.is ridiculous. She is a sick sick woman, one way or the other. These parents are absolutely not to blame, period.”
MorenoMataviolatedawoman on Nov 2, 2012 at 23:52:51
“Of course she is sick and of course she must pay, if they determine she was in her right mind during the time of the crime.
But I'm saying that there are reasons that led to her act. And yes, you're correct, a person who hires a nanny has every right to not expect their children killed. However, they must be aware that the nanny is a human. Often with problems that go way back into history. And can snap. So whether out of humanity and kindness or out of precaution -- treat the person with civility and don't assume, narcissistically, that in your otherwise perfect world nothing can bad happen.”