Come on. Why the fuck does her mom even engage with these people, is she 12? "No, Adalia is not dead, she is sleeping right here next to me!" Sometimes we bring heartache on ourselves. Just like one commenter said, why is she dressing her up and putting her pics online? She knows there are cruel people in person, of course the internet's anonymity will bring out even more.
"... designed to help the little girl’s friends and family keep in touch with her progress"
Progress to what, death? Why can't her 'friends & family' come over and visit the little girl? She may not be around that long.
All the advertising makes me think the mother has a little bit of the Munchausen-by-proxy, trying to get sympathy for herself by using a sickly kid.
I can't even bear to read the story.
So, what's on this cunt's iPod?
LulzSec needs to go after those assholes.
[quote]makes me think the mother has a little bit of the Munchausen-by-proxy
Explain how the mother is causing this genetic illness, or stop using terms you don't understand.
The dad is a pretty decent DILF.
She's 6. Hopefully her parents aren't exposing her to this hit.
I'm dubious about the article's intentions, though. It seems a bit too into publishing the insults.
r10 I noticed that too. It was so hurtful, everything said and we bet it made her cry, in case she didn't know about it, we will publish them all right here! It's like when Maury would have a little deformed girl on and ask, " Do they call you tardface? How about legless freak? Does it make you sad?". He would make up new terms and the girl would just be shellshocked. Hey but then he would take her to a toy store so all was well.
Here's the insults they discussed:
“Kill it before it lays eggs,”
‘This is the reason abortion should be legal”
“Adalia Rose is a veiny testicle head”
“Adalia Rose should have been aborted”
“Adalia Rose is responsible for 9/11″
“I can’t take Adalia Rose seriously, she looks like dobby the house elf”
“Whats the difference between Adalia and a watermelon… One is fun to hit with a sledge hammer, and ones a watermelon”
“If Adalia Rose is beautiful then my ballsack must be a model.”
And the headline for the article was something like, "Beautiful little girl is picked on cruelly!" So that people will wonder, why would someone pick on a beautiful girl? They would read the article, see the girl is not 'beautiful' and then laugh themselves at the ridiculousness of it all.
It's actually shameful of Radar to give so much fame a credit to the people posting the shit.
Face it, all of those posts are likely being posted but trashy, stupid teens and twenty somethings, and maybe a few by housewives whom we all know are often at the heart of such online bullying, (who knows why though).
Considering the demographic everyone knows is responsible, why not just shake our heads and ignore it?
And, why haven't the parents locked down their FaceBook wall to comments, etc.?
This is such absurd hyperbole and the reason American society is disintegrating.
There's another kid with this disease and thinks he's a rapper...
This mother is nuts. This is a little girl we're talking about. She needs to protect this kids, not isolate but protect her.
She is making a joke and a fool of her daughter all for the sake of making a point.
Fuck you (R6) not everything has to answered with snark. And the IPOD meme is tired.
And yes, this the part of pointless bitchery I don't understand.
ROL is a well known troll site. Right up there with Dlisted and Just Jared. Ignore. One of their resident trolls posted it here.
#8, have Google installed on your computer before you post again:
"Münchausen syndrome by proxy (MSbP or MBP) is a controversial term that is used to describe a behavior pattern in which a caregiver deliberately exaggerates, fabricates, and/or induces physical, psychological, behavioral, and/or mental health problems in those who are in their care... they are also able to assume the hero role and garner still more positive attention, by appearing to care for and 'save' their child"
r16 Sorry, but the iPod meme will never be tired. Long live "What's on _________'s iPod!
[quote]Fuck you ([R6]) not everything has to answered with snark. And the IPOD meme is tired.
Apparently, R16, you didn't read the by-line AND missed The Onion's remarkably offensive tweet during the Oscars.
Any one that would dis- respect any one of any age especially a innocent is a piece of shit.
What kind of sick fucks subject their little girl to online bullying when she probably gets enough in real life? Is what the article should be called.
Everyone is right to be outraged, but now what? Do we censor the internet because a parent doesn't know the culture, and/or have the ability to filter out trolls?
The mother ought to have used that guy's offer of help to create a private BB for her daughter, not solicit funds. There's a good reason some of the commenters (not the worst trolls, though) were suspicious of this.
This reminds me of the Wired story of the asshole who got hacked because he didn't check his privacy settings properly.
The whole issue was his fault; the hackers would not have been able to crack anything had he not initially fucked up, but now it's Apple's fault.
The iPod meme is tired. I'm sooo sick of it.
The parents were shocked and didn't know people could be so cruel. Really? You sure about that, hun? When there is more than one fucking facebook page dedicated to how the murder of a bunch of little kids NEVER happened, you never thought people could be so cruel? The difference here is that the Newtown kids' parents probably don't show these pages to the siblings or survivors. See, it's that easy.
She does look like a testicle.
The anonymity of the internet tends to make people cruel, envious, hateful, and bitter like driving tends to turn regular people into jackasses with anger management issues.
Short: It brings out the worst in people.