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Stop making fun of the Winters family or they “well kell oll you muts”

By johnboy 7 June 2013 86


This exciting email just in:

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From: dylan winters
Subject: f*** you

Message Body:

you no if you kep saing thes stuf i well kell you oll you muts and josh winters i my and i men my big bruther so f*** off naw

Not quite flame of the week. A bit on the short side.

The Winters had completely escaped my mind but after a bit of searching I imagine it’s related to allegedly ramming a stolen car into a passing motorist and leaving that motorist to die in the burning wreckage.

Which I think we can all agree is a class act only matched by that email.

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Stop making fun of the Winters family or they “well kell oll you muts”
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Henry82 1:22 am 11 Jun 13

Took me a while to translate, but it appears this little boy doesn’t like people writing about his brother breaking the law. Dylan, keep you and your family out of the legal system, and nobody will need to talk about you. 🙂

Someonesmother 4:26 pm 10 Jun 13

I agree oldaq I took in a young bloke of junkie parents when he was 16, not formally and didn’t get paid to do it, he was a school friend of my son’s. I had rules and I had boundaries and told them to him up front and gave him a choice abide by them or don’t come in to my home your choice. We exposed him to what a family and extended family is, fed him good food regulalry and schooled him. He has turned out to be a young man I am proud of and he told me the other day how much we have changed his life and he can see now what a scum bag he could have been if he had never had the opportunities and exposure to a different life. He is now 25 and is a functioning memebr of society. He sees his parents for what they are I was alwasy careful never to run them down to him but asked him to look at them with eyes open. So yes there is hope if someone takes the time and invests some love and care, not for all of them but even one is a win for society. It takes a village to raise a child and we haev forgotten how to be villagers

milkman 6:17 pm 09 Jun 13

Laughing at criminal under-bogans is better (for them) than the obvious alternative.

Brindabella 4:11 pm 09 Jun 13

oldaq said :

But look, I was classist before that kid pulled me up on it. It’s really easy to do. Your peers do it. It’s normal. I can understand the underlying social issues that lead to you behaving this way… But you’re still accountable for your actions. And you should know that your actions don’t prevent the crime or ignorance that you detest, they just contribute to a divided society.

This was a great post. Thanks for writing this. As I type here in my flannelet shirt, drinking a beer and reflecting on my past, I get it. I spent most of my formative life living in the housing commission parts of Charnwood, attended “Charnie high” from 7-10 and now live in the upper heights of Bruce in absolute luxury. Never underestimate the effect one brief encounter can make on an individual…


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