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  1. S08.E30: Road Rage 2018.07.23

    In 2010, I was driving on the interstate and traffic was light. A car with 4 guys in it kept getting in front of me and slowing down so I would pass them. I'm talking slowing down to well under the speed limit. They would speed up and come back around to get in front of me then slow down. This happened about 3 or 4 times. Finally they passed me again but when they got a bit in front of me (I was in the right lane; they were in the left) the back and front passenger windows came down and two of the guys stuck their arms out and tossed something. I slowed down because I thought they were pulling guns, but anyway. I think they each threw out a hand full of coins. Whatever they threw busted my windshield. They gassed it and sped away. I absolutely do not engage with any one driving crazy. If I'm being tailgated I turn off. People these days are crazy and mean for entertainment. Jen-yell and that guy are perfect evidence of such crazy behavior.
  2. S08.E30: Road Rage 2018.07.23

    Mother Witch Roxanne's "you're a camera whore" lecture would hold more water if she wasn't doing exactly what she was lecturing him about. Oh! The irony!
  3. S08.E30: Road Rage 2018.07.23

    I'm finally able to watch the episode. Jace had some great stuff to say and it has been over shadowed by the road rage. Jace and Jenelle are discussing her name being changed on her license. Jace - I want to change my last name. Jenelle - To what? Jace - I don't know. Jenelle - What? You want to change it to Eason? Jace - No. Something better. Jenelle - Huh? Why? Jace - A good name.
  4. S08.E30: Road Rage 2018.07.23

    Correct. No one was charged. I only watched the clips posted here but they both were in the wrong. Both should have been charged.
  5. S08.E30: Road Rage 2018.07.23

    I hear you and I agree, but in order to accomplish that, these parents have to offer up their kids to get chewed up and spit out by an already shitty system. Realistically, that is what has to happen. That's fine if someone else wants to do it, but I wasn't doing that with my kid. When you engage in a legal battle with school, you still have to send your kid alone every day to deal with the angry adults in that school. Lawsuits are not pretty and they come at a high mental and emotional cost.
  6. S08.E30: Road Rage 2018.07.23

    I don't have any experience with it, but I think some form of online public school is available in all states. We have quite a few friends who opted for that with their kids, and they speak highly of it. Parents just have to make sure the kids do it, but everything is planned out and done online with the guidance of teachers. Considering Ali's health problems, this would be the best option for her. She could rest as needed and work at her own pace everyday. Yes, I agree with you. This is Leah we are talking about so no realistic options will be pursued.
  7. S08.E30: Road Rage 2018.07.23

    For some reason MTV is saying "service unavailable" and I'm signed in with DirectTV Now. I've had to settle for watching the clips posted in this thread. *sad face* From reading the posts here, are we being quoted by coven member Britney and Mother Witch Roxanne? If they are hanging around here, let me just say "Hi, Coven! Hi, Mother Witch!" lol Unfortunately, we had to deal with an uncooperative, law violating school regarding our daughter's IEP and their refusal to provide her with the one-on-one aide she more than met the guidelines to receive. Filing a lawsuit and suing the school is easier said than done. Yes, we would have been within our daughter's rights to do so, but a lawsuit takes time and the emotional/mental costs are steep. So let's say we did file a lawsuit...we would have to send our special needs daughter to be alone for 8 hrs/day 5 days/week to a place that we were engaged in a hostile legal battle with. No! That absolutely was not going to happen. And besides, the school still wouldn't be providing her with what she needed! So we made the choice to stop wasting valuable time and energy trying to make the school follow the law and provide her with the proper services and we started homeschooling her. Best decision we ever made for her! Once we started homeschooling, it was such a relief and she started thriving in all aspects. It has been 6 years and we have never looked back! We got the same excuse as Leah ~ that it was a funding issue. If the school is telling parents that there isn't any money there to do what needs to be done then the money isn't there. We too offered to hire a private aid and the school said that wasn't allowed. Once you do the math on that though, it is cheaper to pay for a private school. But most private schools do not offer special education services. There are exceptions to that but they are generally 4-5x the price of private schools that don't offer services.
  8. Gus is a romance book cover model. lol https://www.romper.com/p/what-is-gus-job-outside-of-floribama-shore-he-has-interesting-career-9773103
  9. Teen Mom 2: Small Talk

    In regards to father/daughter dances... I've never heard of father/daughter dances and I'm in Louisiana, but I don't think it is weird or shouldn't be done because some kids don't have a dad. My husband's parents are states away. My dad passed away suddenly when my youngest two kids were barely school age and my mom was stricken with dementia before he passed away and it got worse after his passing. So in a nutshell, my youngest two have never really had grandparents. Not like most kids at least. What is common around here is "Grandparents Day" at school where grandparents come and eat lunch and then go to the classrooms where each class does songs and little dances and such. I would attend and never thought anything of it. I can't imagine thinking because me or my kids don't have something that no one can have it.
  10. S08.E28: Forgot About Dre 2018.07.09

    Taking it to small talk...
  11. S08.E28: Forgot About Dre 2018.07.09

    I wish I could change my user name to "Homemade Ice Water"
  12. S08.E28: Forgot About Dre 2018.07.09

    I guess my perception about the virgin daiquiri is skewed because we went on a cruise last week and on a cruise ship, you can't swing a dead cat without hitting at least 1 kid sucking down a virgin daiquiri or pina coloda. It was my family and my BFF with her two kids (ages 10 and 13). They were ordering them like crazy and I never thought anything of it. My kids prefer Shirley Temples. lol
  13. S08.E28: Forgot About Dre 2018.07.09

    I don't even know what I'm watching anymore or why I'm watching it. I guess I am so invested in this forum and I like to read the snark here and it makes more sense when I've seen the episode. Barbara - the scene with Collin in the kitchen. That was sad but very telling when he blurted out the weird story about him and jen-yell burying a rat in the backyard. Kailyn - she looked like something that crawled out of a dumpster when she went out to dinner with Leah. Is that podcast even a real thing for just something made up for the show? I thought Garbage Pail Kail and whoever that extra girl is doing the "podcast" with her were quite rude to Leah. Talk about being drunk of self-importance! Brianna - that kiss goodbye from the Mother Witch! WTF was that! Javi is really embarrassing himself. He was worried about how Brianna's plastic surgery would make him look? ROFL! How about being worried about stalking the cameras makes you look, buddy!
  14. Jenelle: Birther Of 3, Mother To None

    It must be true. There is another Blind Gossip article about them. http://blindgossip.com/?p=92526#more-92526
  15. S08.E26: Access Issues 2018.06.25

    I don't have anything in my home to hide from the police, but I'm not letting them in my house so they can snoop around. I'm not stepping outside either. Everyone should be aware of their rights and know how to diplomatically exercise them. I've had sheriff deputies show up at my house and I opened the door. The few times it has happened, it has always been to serve subpoenas. It was scary because I thought something happened to my husband or oldest daughter. I would not step outside and I would not allow them to come in unless they had a warrant for my arrest or a search warrant. My BFF's teenage son was killed in a car accident a few years ago, and the state troopers showed up at her work to tell her. Needless to say, it was horrible.