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Old 01-10-2008, 05:04 PM   #1
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DES MOINES, Iowa - Jane Hambleton has dubbed herself the "meanest mom on the planet."

After finding alcohol in her son's car, she decided to sell the car and share her 19-year-old's misdeed with everyone — by placing an ad in the local newspaper.

The ad reads: "OLDS 1999 Intrigue. Totally uncool parents who obviously don't love teenage son, selling his car. Only driven for three weeks before snoopy mom who needs to get a life found booze under front seat. $3,700/offer. Call meanest mom on the planet."



Hambleton has heard from people besides interested buyers since recently placing the ad in The Des Moines Register.

The 48-year-old from Fort Dodge says she has fielded more than 70 telephone calls from emergency room technicians, nurses, school counselors and even a Georgia man who wanted to congratulate her.

"The ad cost a fortune, but you know what? I'm telling people what happened here," Hambleton says. "I'm not just gonna put the car for resale when there's nothing wrong with it, except the driver made a dumb decision.

"It's overwhelming the number of calls I've gotten from people saying 'Thank you, it's nice to see a responsible parent.' So far there are no calls from anyone saying, 'You're really strict. You're real overboard, lady.'"

The only critic is her son, who Hambleton says is "very, very unhappy" with the ad and claims the alcohol was left by a passenger.

Hambleton said she believes her son but has decided mercy isn't the best policy in this case. She says she set two rules when she bought the car at Thanksgiving: No booze, and always keep it locked.

The car has been sold, but Hambleton says she will continue the ad for another week — just for the feedback.

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wow, that sounds like my mom
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wow, that sounds like my mom
x2, except my mom probably would've slapped me too.
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no probably for me. lol
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Hot damn, I'm not the meanest.
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I wish there were more moms like that out there. Would make my job much easier. I always get the ones who think they know what happened even though they weren't there. Kudos to her.
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Kudos! I had a deal with my son, if he took care of the vehicle I provided him (a MJ [way cool Commanche 4x4, Pioneer package), I would give to him when he turned 18. FAIL! When he moved out, he bought his own, and now, his oil looks like honey, at all times! Tough love works!
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That's cool. But I have an issue I'd like to share and hear your feed back since most of you are old.Being 26 yrs old I see a large number of people in society that are treating adults like kids. It seems like parents (don't get me wrong here I love my parents verrry much) seem to be holding on to their children more and more into the kids adulthood. Like this article for instance, if this had been me my parents would have told me that that kind of behavior wouldn't be allowed of me while living at their house and if I wanted to continue doing that then I'd need to find a new place to live (after kickin my ass). Look at college students. How often do we hear college students refered to as kids? eventhough their mostly all in their twenties. or atleast over the legal age to be considered adults. I know people who went to college, graduated and moved back in with their parents and their parents thought it was a good idea. What ever happened to workin your butt off to support yourself?? Then when people do move out and get a job, parents can get an alarm system for their "kids" once they're out of college and have their own place (that i'm sure the parents pay for) that alerts the parents if something happens. I hear Rush Limbaugh hockin this thing everyday Laser Shield I think it is. I think things like this will negativly effect our society in the future because suzie or billy are not gonn have a clue of how the world works when mom and dad are gone because they been too busy suckin on moms tit their whole life.Then it turns into a whole other story because we have to make people feel safer cause mom and dad are gone and we need someone to help us out. So send everyone a check every month and take ALL THE FREAKIN HUNGES OFF OF THE JEEP HOODS SO YOU DON"T BANG YOUR HEAD on them when your walkin across the street and get creamed cause your too stupid to look both ways first!
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HEY! WHO YOU CALLIN OLD!?!


Oh wait a minute, I am a lot older than him. Damn.


That being said, you are right. I am what is often referred to as a "non-traditional" college student, in that I am married, w/ kids and a homeowner. Most of my classmates still live at home or in the dorms on Mom & Dad's nickel and have no idea what the real world is like. I just don't get it..
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Ouch...like you're going to be "old" too some day? I believe the word you might substitute is "experienced"?

I applaud this woman for taking on the issue. It's a tough love program sometimes and if it's needed, it should be handled. Too many adults do not assume or understand their legal responsibilites with children and blame everybody else for their kids' issues.

If this was my son, I would have done the same thing only beaten his ass first and then sold his car. I would also have a few choice words with the son's friend and parents too. Drunk driving is totally BS.

When I was younger, we drank but we were responsible about it. Call your parents and let them know you're staying over, keys in the fish bowl and nobody leaves the house. My parents were cool but very strict on this. Otherwise, we headed into the woods and camped out for the weekend but we would NEVER drink and drive.
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When you have kids you'll understand things a little better. Your kids are ALWAYS your kids. You help them and support them because you love them. Hopefully when you are old and in need they will return the favor.
I'm not saying coddle them and give them everything. Teaching responsibility and accountability is a parents job. You cannot depend on church, school or society to do that. (just look around).
I have heard many people say, (my kids included) that the older they get, the wiser their parents seemed. Experience is a great teacher.
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Left by a passneger! BS!!!

Sounds like clinton...I didn't inhale!!
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I'm with SPDSNYPER on this but most parents protect their kids/young adults and defend them even when proof is staring them in the face so most do not believe they are doing anything wrong or they are led to believe it's alright because mom/dad defends rather than punish.
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19... still living at home... parent paid for car...

Screw him. Abide by the rules or fend for your self I say.
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19... still living at home... parent paid for car...

Screw him. Abide by the rules or fend for your self I say.
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Hey, Im 19 and I am currently paying for my the TJ I hade to take a loan out for. No parental help and its teaching me to be smart with my money. I know I need to have the cash at the end of every month to make my payment or my Jeep is gone. Good incentive to do the right thing I believe. And I really couldnt be happier because its helping me to establish some good credit. Gonna make my life easier down the road.
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Hey, Im 19 and I am currently paying for my the TJ I hade to take a loan out for. No parental help and its teaching me to be smart with my money. I know I need to have the cash at the end of every month to make my payment or my Jeep is gone. Good incentive to do the right thing I believe. And I really couldnt be happier because its helping me to establish some good credit. Gonna make my life easier down the road.
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wish there was more parents out there like this, maybe there would be less teen related accidents...
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I've been in this catagory for years "meanest mom".....now I have duel membership: "meanest mom/step-mom"

Had a great first car for Frank's dgt when she was due to get her license, a convertable no less. All she had to do was be a "good girl"....you know, be responsible and all. Well, sneaking out, poor school attendance, etc.....I told her I'd donate the car to charity before I'd give it to her - and I did!
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Hey, Im 19 and I am currently paying for my the TJ I hade to take a loan out for. No parental help and its teaching me to be smart with my money. I know I need to have the cash at the end of every month to make my payment or my Jeep is gone. Good incentive to do the right thing I believe. And I really couldnt be happier because its helping me to establish some good credit. Gonna make my life easier down the road.
Good deal

I feel that young adults should pay their own way. I have twin daughters that bought their 1st cars and are currently paying their own ins., buying their own tags, and paying for their car repairs. They have been working since they were 14 to get a start. So parents that let their children learn from life's lessons are #1 in my book.
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i have to agree and disagree, now before you say ehh what does he know hes only 16, believe me ive found this stuff out to be true.
The kids of parents who aren't strict at all dont drink and drive or do anyhting stupid, ill give u a few examples see what you think
1. i have to be home at 11:30 which sucks, so i leave at 11:25 and drive home at 50 mph, otoh my friend doesnt have to be home until 12:30 he leaves at 12 and drives home safely
2. if i get drunk id have to drive myself home, there's no way around it
otoh my friend if he gets drunk, he just calls his parents they pick him up and dont even care what happened or anyhting
3.again as stated i have to be home at 11:30, sometimes my parents are still somehwere or something, anyways they call me at 11:30 to make sure im home, i lie and they have no idea where I am,
otoh my friends parents call him at 11:30 and he tells them exactly where he is since he doesnt have to lie, so they know where he is and what his plans are

just a few that come to the top of my mind,
i agree this kid shouldnt get a free ride there's nothing i despise more than being the only kid in the parking lot who actually bought his own car with his own money, the one who was alwyas walking to work as everyone else drove by int here dads BMW and also the kid who gets asked msot often if i payed for my car, god dammit i did and i worked for it!
and yeah hes dumb to dirnk and drive, but some ways of parenting just dont make sense, they need to realize that no mztter what rules they set they're gonna be broken, so they might as well not make them, and help the kid when he needs it rather than have the kid try and hide his problems

w/e just something i deal wiht every week end and its really annoying, but i cant lik ego up ot my parents and tell them hwo to parent me, they owuld jsut laugh at me and say too bad for you!
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"1. i have to be home at 11:30 which sucks, so i leave at 11:25 and drive home at 50 mph, otoh my friend doesnt have to be home until 12:30 he leaves at 12 and drives home safely"


This is so true. My daughters do the same thing.
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i have to agree and disagree, now before you say ehh what does he know hes only 16, believe me ive found this stuff out to be true.
The kids of parents who aren't strict at all dont drink and drive or do anyhting stupid, ill give u a few examples see what you think
1. i have to be home at 11:30 which sucks, so i leave at 11:25 and drive home at 50 mph, otoh my friend doesnt have to be home until 12:30 he leaves at 12 and drives home safely
2. if i get drunk id have to drive myself home, there's no way around it
otoh my friend if he gets drunk, he just calls his parents they pick him up and dont even care what happened or anyhting
3.again as stated i have to be home at 11:30, sometimes my parents are still somehwere or something, anyways they call me at 11:30 to make sure im home, i lie and they have no idea where I am,
otoh my friends parents call him at 11:30 and he tells them exactly where he is since he doesnt have to lie, so they know where he is and what his plans are

just a few that come to the top of my mind,
i agree this kid shouldnt get a free ride there's nothing i despise more than being the only kid in the parking lot who actually bought his own car with his own money, the one who was alwyas walking to work as everyone else drove by int here dads BMW and also the kid who gets asked msot often if i payed for my car, god dammit i did and i worked for it!
and yeah hes dumb to dirnk and drive, but some ways of parenting just dont make sense, they need to realize that no mztter what rules they set they're gonna be broken, so they might as well not make them, and help the kid when he needs it rather than have the kid try and hide his problems

w/e just something i deal wiht every week end and its really annoying, but i cant lik ego up ot my parents and tell them hwo to parent me, they owuld jsut laugh at me and say too bad for you!
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"1. i have to be home at 11:30 which sucks, so i leave at 11:25 and drive home at 50 mph, otoh my friend doesnt have to be home until 12:30 he leaves at 12 and drives home safely"


This is so true. My daughters do the same thing.
And you've taken their vehicle away so they don't kill somebody other people care about just because they are too foolish to leave at a reasonable time right?
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i have to agree and disagree, now before you say ehh what does he know hes only 16, believe me ive found this stuff out to be true.
Your lack of experience shows in this post.

You are the one who decides to leave wherever you are 5 minutes before you have to be home. So it's not anyone else's fault you have to speed to get home on time.

You're 16. It is illegal for you to even possess alcohol. So don't bellyache that if you get drunk you HAVE to drive yourself home.

Once again, your choice to lie when your parents call to see if you are home.

The solution to this would be for you to change your evil ways, not expect your parents to not make rules because you are just going to break them anyway.
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i have to agree and disagree, now before you say ehh what does he know hes only 16, believe me ive found this stuff out to be true.
The kids of parents who aren't strict at all dont drink and drive or do anyhting stupid, ill give u a few examples see what you think
1. i have to be home at 11:30 which sucks, so i leave at 11:25 and drive home at 50 mph, otoh my friend doesnt have to be home until 12:30 he leaves at 12 and drives home safely
2. if i get drunk id have to drive myself home, there's no way around it
otoh my friend if he gets drunk, he just calls his parents they pick him up and dont even care what happened or anyhting
3.again as stated i have to be home at 11:30, sometimes my parents are still somehwere or something, anyways they call me at 11:30 to make sure im home, i lie and they have no idea where I am,
otoh my friends parents call him at 11:30 and he tells them exactly where he is since he doesnt have to lie, so they know where he is and what his plans are

just a few that come to the top of my mind,
i agree this kid shouldnt get a free ride there's nothing i despise more than being the only kid in the parking lot who actually bought his own car with his own money, the one who was alwyas walking to work as everyone else drove by int here dads BMW and also the kid who gets asked msot often if i payed for my car, god dammit i did and i worked for it!
and yeah hes dumb to dirnk and drive, but some ways of parenting just dont make sense, they need to realize that no mztter what rules they set they're gonna be broken, so they might as well not make them, and help the kid when he needs it rather than have the kid try and hide his problems

w/e just something i deal wiht every week end and its really annoying, but i cant lik ego up ot my parents and tell them hwo to parent me, they owuld jsut laugh at me and say too bad for you!

Wow.

Go out and make your fortune now while you still know everything. Because in a few years, you will look back at posts you made like this and realize how stupid you were.
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you sound like the type of kid that if you had to be home at 12:30 instead of 11:30 youd leave at 12:25- i have 5 kids 10,18,19,20&21 so i have been there done that!

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