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04/12/2007 12:43:25 AM · #26
Next time, put dark sunglasses on before the flash -- he will spend the rest of the day wondering what he forgot. :D

04/12/2007 01:20:54 AM · #27

The guy with the laser pointer was just too dumb to know better, and probably didn't mean any harm - but he needs to learn about respect of others.

IMHO, your response was perfect based on the description in the story!

04/12/2007 01:46:01 AM · #28
Yup... justified. I would have got the business name and called his boss and told him my kid was patrially blinded and in the ER. Or called the cops and let them tell this dip-stick he was risking some serious legal problems.
04/12/2007 01:55:03 AM · #29

...but I'm subtracting 2 points for not getting a pic.
04/12/2007 02:00:50 AM · #30
I would have written down his license number, called the cops to complain AND called his workplace to raise Hell. Ask them if it's company policy to harass and risk blinding children and remind them that since he's their employee and at work while doing this that they share the liability for any damage to your son's vision and that you fully expect to be compensated for tomorrow's visit to the eye doctor.
04/12/2007 03:54:44 AM · #31
Originally posted by Spazmo99:

Ask them if it's company policy to harass and risk blinding children

It's possible...
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04/12/2007 04:21:17 AM · #32
Originally posted by swhiddon:

the man in the truck, was shining a laser pointer on my sons back and the drink machine while he was getting his drink. It made my son mad because it was flickering in his eyes.

so, did the guy pointed the laser to your son's eyes, or did he not?
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