Daycare owner sent to prison for drugging tots so she could tan and hit the gym


#43

I’m with these guys. She looks totally normal to me. Everyone has tattoos and piercings. The 50’s were a long time ago.


#44

Here’s her twitter pic, perhaps showing an unsuspecting kiddy ready to be melatonin-KO’d into a gym/tan facilitating state.

daycaretan


#45

“It was never my intention to put any of your children at risk of injury or harm” Folks, I’ll just leave it there.


#46

Not to laugh, but you got it: that was one of those “brace for impact” lines.


#47

Maria Feychting, Bill Österlund and Anders Ahlbom, Epidemiology, Vol. 9, No. 5 (Sep., 1998), pp. 490-494

Looks like there’s a few others been published on a similar subject. I haven’t read them but you might like to :slight_smile:


#48

Hey, you’re getting it wrong. Melatonin reduces cancer risk. So you’re sweet :slight_smile:


#49

Not long enough; too many people keep idealizing them, and futilely trying to drag us all back to that period of time.


#50

Thanks! Will check.


#51

she pled guilty to those charges, and was sentenced. The prosecution was angling for 35 years.


#52

So you’re saying you don’t want to Make America White Again?

Elvis, Marilyn and Jimmy Dean are coming to get you!


#53

Damn, I better go out and get me some then.


#54


#55

LOL

Even pasty white ones? They’re my scariest kind.


#56

Something in the eyebrows. Slight chance those are tattoos. I’d ask more questions, myself. Not run away screaming over it.


#57

if you were allows to drug kids and go do stuff, there wouldn’t be any need for daycare in the first place. just sayin…


#58

Oh your still one of those “good people don’t have tattoos” folks…I get it Mr sessions


#59

Depends on what you call “not too many kids” in just about every jurisdiction I’ve seen the limit is no more than 2 non related children.


#60

She almost pulls off those crocodile tears…


#61

Thalidomide was supposedly nick-named ‘the West German Babysitter’. …because it was absolutely, utterly safe, everywhere but in puritanical Atomic Era America, where it was not approved by the FDA.


#62

Yeah…
Totally safe
https://helix.northwestern.edu/article/thalidomide-tragedy-lessons-drug-safety-and-regulation