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The Austin TX bombings is a warning to parents.

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Parents don’t know their children. Their children are isolated, distracted, confused, without purpose, and you, dear mother and father do not know how to bring them back to when they depended on you, and loved you unconditionally.

You are still trying to deal with your own childhood issues. Grow up ass hole!!  So you were a child-parent. NO EXCUSE!!!

OK, so your parents were not perfect, I get that, but your children need you now, damn it!  Be there, break no promise, however small! Encourage them, don’t criticise them!!  Love them unconditionally!!!! Allow them to make mistakes!!! You had to make your mistakes in order to grow wiser. FERSHTAY?

Later steer them to knowledge, love and wisdom. Talk to them, damn it!! But talk to them calmly, and with conviction.

JS (editor’s note): The story below is about the recent bombings in Texas and my comments above reflect my reaction to these incidents.

Story: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/22/austin-bombers-chilling-confession-wish-were-sorry-but-am-not.html

Mark Anthony Conditt, the Austin bomber behind a string of blasts in Texas over the past month, said he wished he “were sorry but I am not” (he was apparently not good in spelling) in what police labeled a recorded “confession,” a Thursday report said.

Sources familiar with the context of the recordings told the Austin American-Statesman that Conditt called himself a “psychopath” and said he thought he’d been disturbed since he was young.

In a news conference Wednesday, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said in the approximate 25-minute phone recording, the suspect described seven explosive devices he created, including the one he detonated during the deadly confrontation with police. Manley described the message as “the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life.”


The Statesman, according to sources, said the recording was 28 minutes long and began with Conditt saying, “it’s me again.” He then went on to attribute authorities’ ability to track him to his appearance at the FedEx store in South Austin, in which he was caught in surveillance images dropping off two suspicious packages.
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Surveillance photos show Mark Anthony Conditt dropping off two suspicious packages on Sunday from inside a South Austin FedEx Office store, where authorities said he shipped the two items with explosive devices inside.

Of the two packages he dropped off at the location, one exploded on a conveyor belt at a FedEx sorting facility outside of San Antonio in Schertz on Tuesday, while the second was intercepted by authorities later that day at a facility near the Austin airport.
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Conditt reportedly credited authorities’ ability to find him due to the fact that he went to the FedEx store.

In the recording, the suspect said if he believed the police were on his tail, he’d enter a packed McDonalds and set off an explosion, the Statesman said. He reportedly also recognized the impact the explosions had on those who were injured and family members of the deceased.

The Statesman, citing sources, said Conditt didn’t provide a reasoning for who was targeted in the blasts. Manley made a similar comment during Wednesday’s news conference saying “there was no reason given for why he selected” the affected individuals.

The Austin Police Department said in a tweet Thursday that the second roommate who lived with Conditt was released from questioning. Conditt’s other roomate, who was also detained Wednesday, has already been released.

“Their names will not be released because they are not under arrest at this time,” police said.

The second roommate that was questioned has been released. Their names will not be released because they are not under arrest at this time. APD PIO https://t.co/6zhGrI0G51

— Austin Police Dept (@Austin_Police) March 22, 2018

KXAN reported new photos of Conditt’s Pflugerville home, showing a number of boarded up windows and shards of broken glass in the pavement.

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