So she objects to the guy's stereo scaring her kids, she objects to him talking to her kids (saying stuff like, "It's ok, buddy"), she objects to him having her on video--but she doesn't just walk away.
You know, out of range.
Yeah, I'd want custody of my kids too. They don't need someone showing them that winning an argument is so important that they should prolong an unpleasant interaction. (even if the unpleasantness is all theirs)
If I were her husband, I would have come down there, but only to apologize to the poor fellow.
Comedy Gold: "You know cops? Well I know cops... (into phone) How many cops do I strip for???"
Honestly, this "lady" has serious problems, and she's teaching her kids this lovely attitude as well. How can you call someone a "racist ******* n*****" with perfect sincerity and not a thought as to how that is a completely racist thing to say unless you have lived and breathed that attitude your whole life?
And the whole thing being started by someone starting their car and having music up loud, which is a normal parking lot occurrence! Seriously. If her kid was so scared, why isn't she comforting him? Instead, he's swinging around the posts and sign poles looking like he has not a care in the world while his mother is having an absolute fit. Shows to me that this must happen on a fairly regular basis for the kids to be so blasť about it.
She's doing a fine job of raising a couple of racist special snowflakes... (am I right that one of the kids also called him the n-word???) Apparently, the world must stop when she and her precious babies are walking by...
Honestly, the guy taking the video is a class act. He never raises his voice. It makes me sad how resigned he sounds as he says "this is where I live".