I first heard the saying “kick rocks” from my husband. He had gotten upset on several occasions with one of his family members. Later he would say, “They can go and kick rocks.” Not wanting to appear ignorant I never asked what the expression meant. Yet from time to time I would use the saying in similar situations.
The other day I posted something on Facebook about me learning of Jodi Arias and a friend commented “Thanks for keeping us updated! Would not wanna b out the loop on this, lol.” I tried to play the comment off as a jokingly jester but truthfully I wanted to tell him to go “F” himself. And had I known the truest meaning for ‘kick rocks’ I would have put the saying as my response.
According to the Urban Dictionary telling someone to go and “kick rocks” has several meanings. And even though there were three meanings each contained basically the same connotations. Apparently telling someone to go and kick rocks mean “fuck off.”
Yesterday an article about a child molestation case came across my Facebook feed. I would like to write that the case is and was an isolated situation, but I cannot write such because sexual crimes against children are on the rise. And sadly the victim in this particular case was 4 months old when she became sexually exploited. Sickening! Right!
What logical adult would have sex with an infant? What rational human-being would want to have sex with children? And the most important question: What type of mother would give her permission for her child or children to be sexually used?
Anyone that would consider having sex and have had sex with a child has fallen away from the moral blueprints of humanity. Because crimes against defenseless people are horrible! But crimes against children are shamefully horrific!
And when a mother is negligent in protecting her young it goes against the laws of nature. Maternal instincts should always trump foolish thoughts! Maternal instincts should be so strong that women act like civilized “mama bears” when they feel their young being threaten.
And this ‘mama bear’ finds the story of Natisha Hillard‘s inconceivable actions as a woman and mother baffling!
Who is Natisha Hillard? Too me, she’s a beautiful young black female with a pretty name that has made one of the worst mistakes any woman and or mother can make (outside of killing her young). Her story is disturbing and very bone chilling. She sold her infant daughter to a man who has a nefarious appetite for infants and child pornography.
She met the creep online! And from the sounds of things she didn’t hesitate in selling him her infant for five hundred dollars. And worse yet, she stood by and watch the crime take place! To me her actions states, “She was also sexually stimulated by watching a child, her child, being molested!”
It’s a sad day for humanity each time people such as Natisha loses touch with what it means to be human.
Sexual crimes against infants should be punishable by death. I do believe in the state of Louisiana sexual exploitation of a minor 12 years old and younger carries a mandatory death penalty. And for sex offenders that do not live in Louisiana to ask the courts for leniency is asinine! Especially since they are not facing death!
Words of wisdom from an older woman to younger women:
Children are irreplaceable! The quality of life is priceless! And to take either or both for granted is wrong.
Now . . . I realize everyone online is not searching for cyber sex; but the dialog between the two cartoon characters renders the actions of a percentage of lonely people, a percentage of people who are predators, and a percentage of people who enjoy tormenting others to feel better about their life failures. And out of the three those that are lonely will push aside everything instinctively that keeps a person safe for the sake of having companionship. Thus ignoring the red flags, as they give unearned trust to people who could do harm to them and those they love.
Therefore, since a few people have forgotten the meaning for “trust” I have selected it for today’s Vocabulary Mondays word. In hope this blog post find its way to those that need reminders to stay safe when playing online with others. Because in all honesty no one knows who or what they are truly conversing with on the internet . And sadly so many people are forgetting the internet is the number one tool for predators to find their victims. Remember: