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Maybe it's Tiny Cactus...

A Paid Non-Attorney Spokesperson:

"As you have heard, the anti-blahsal drugs, SQUEE® and SQUEE® 1-Day™, were pulled from the market due to significant increase in diabetes, foul-smelling discharge, strokes, heart attacks and death among SQUEE® and SQUEE® 1-Day™ users. Questions have been raised about whether the drug manufacturer should have known of these problems earlier. If you or a loved one have had a stroke, a heart attack or are dead right now after taking SQUEE® or SQUEE® 1-Day™ within the last 24-36 hours, SQUEE® or SQUEE® 1-Day™ may be related. Call the law offices of Dewey, Cheatem and Howe for an evaluation."


Great parenting is like second nature...

You just do it.

Tiny Cactus believes in me...

Who else thinks that the DirectTV marionette campaign is really, really creepy?

They were much better off with the kids who were all talking beyond their years…

"Way back in the day…"

You need to read the manual, ok?

His parents are probably still cracking up over that one...

Let me help you get your groom on...

I just don't know what to say about this...

Sources: Father knew toddler was in SUV

By Alexis Stevens

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Police have information that the father of a 22-month-old toddler found dead in the back of an SUV Wednesday knew the child had been left in the vehicle, according to Channel 2 Action News. Sources familiar with the investigation declined to release additional details to Channel 2, the station reported late Tuesday afternoon.

That information differs from Justin Ross Harris’ initial statements to Cobb County police, including that he mistakenly left his son in his carseat while he went to work last week. Harris, 33, of Marietta, said he only realized the boy, Cooper Mills Harris, was in the backseat when he was driving away from his job at a Home Depot corporate office, police said at the scene.

On Wednesday afternoon, Cooper was pronounced dead in the parking lot of an Akers Mill Road shopping center, where Harris drove after noticing his son still strapped in to his carseat.

Earlier Tuesday, Cobb County police declined to discuss whether the investigation has expanded beyond the toddler’s father. But police say the investigation into Cooper’s death continues to evolve, and is far from over.
“This is a very active, very fluid investigation,” Officer Mike Bowman told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Tuesday. “Our detectives have worked tirelessly to resolve the leads in this case. They are doing due diligence.”

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