Monday, June 28, 2010

Kate, you sold this little boy's anonymity to the highest bidder

And this store doesn't take returns.

Collin was once again spotted covering his face for the paparazzi, Saturday when Kate took the kids to pick up supplies for their chickens.

You can see the entire disturbing chronology of Collin's silent fight with the paparazzi here. Keep it up, little Gandhi.

http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2010/06/photos-kate-gosselin-scoop-coop

27 sediments (sic) from readers:

AuntieAnn said...

HEY RATCLAWS!!!! Earn your fucking paycheck.

JudyK said...

Oh AuntieAnn, Ratclaws is only there for the lovely Kate--forget the precious little ones. Who is the sweet little girl in blue clutching her stomach? These pics are worth a thousand words. I wish they could all go to a loving home.

Auntie Em said...

Awww c'mon Auntie Ann, Rat Claws is doing landscaping and planning a new pantry for Ms Highness to give a rats arse about them kids...He needs to console her and advise her on breast implants, decorating, how to sign books, which door to leave out of, and which hedge looks better near her house..he is a dimwit just like her and the rest of TLC

Auntie Em said...

I do see one of the lil girls holding her tummy, seems like Ms Dimwit is too busy filming and getting her puss on tv to even notice her kids pain

AuntieAnn said...

If that woman was really the -cough,choke- caring mother she claims she is ("I'm a mother first" and all the rest of her steaming pile of you-know-what) she'd walk over, or at least send the wimpy little gray-headed asshole over, and ask the paps politely to stop taking these pictures. If that didn't work I'd plow them one right in the face. But no, why screw up a photo op by doing the RIGHT thing.

I guess we'll just have to wait for Mady to do it for them.

SchmeckyGirl said...

Aw. Poor Colin. That's just not right.

sandy said...

Every kid looks ill in these pictures and their stupid mother ignores it

Lauren said...

*shaking head*
I'm just speechless.

safety last, fame first said...

There's eight unhappy kids and one waistless adult here. The gas guzzling SUV seats seven safely. None of those kids are old enough to sit in the front seat legally. Way to go, mom of the year.

PA Mom ALSO said...

"None of those kids are old enough to sit in the front seat legally. Way to go, mom of the year."

The twins can sit in the front passenger seat legally in Pennsylvania since they are over eight years old. The state suggests that kids wait until they are 12, but it is not illegal for an eight-year-old to sit there. Ages 8-18, however, must wear a seatbelt regardless of where they are seated.

amyf said...

There's clearly something wrong with poor Leah. I wonder if her (rotten excuse for a) mother ever noticed and took appropriate action. More likely she got screamed at for ruining the outing.

Kaitlyn said...

I think the reality is that both parents are attention seekers, they have both subjected their children to this type of media harrassment those poor children are suffering because they have parents who are concerned with fame rather than protecting their children and making them feel safe and secure. I can only imagine how they must feel when they do go to a store with either parent and see their parents on magazines, I am sure it just makes their day.

Babsy said...

The twins can sit in the front passenger seat legally in Pennsylvania since they are over eight years old. The state suggests that kids wait until they are 12, but it is not illegal for an eight-year-old to sit there. Ages 8-18, however, must wear a seatbelt regardless of where they are seated.

PA may allow children under 12 to ride in the front passenger seat, but it is not safe. Kate's car has front and side airbags, and I believe the National Highway Transportation Safety Board recommends that all children under the age of 12 ride in the back seat because of possible serious/fatal injuries caused by airbag deployment and/or improper seat belt restraint/usage. IF the child under 12 must sit in the front passenger seat, it is recommended that he/she have the seat set back from the dashboard as far a possible to avoid the full power of a deployed airbag...

I cringe everytime I see children in the front seat of newer cars that I know have airbags because I've seen what airbags can do to adults with their high velocity deployment and can only imagine what they'd do to a child.

As a mother and a nurse, I would think that Kate would be aware of this, but then I must realize that this is Kate we're talking about and I don't believe she thinks beyond the next lie she will concoct.

Administrator said...

I can't remember what kind of SUV this is, but I have to give her the benefit of the doubt on this one. My new car has a sensor on the passenger seat that detects your weight. It's not even an expensive car, this kind of thing is just becoming more standard. I forgot what the cutoff is, but if a small child sits there I get a little light that comes on saying AIRBAG OFF. Also some cars have a manual switch where you turn the airbag off if a child is up front. That way it's safe to have little kids up there. Her car is new and may have an automatic sensor or a manual switch.

koopdedoo said...

I agree about none of the children sitting in the front seat of the Toyota SUV that Khate drives (or any vehicle - they are too small...isn't minimum weight recommendation for airbags 100 lbs? Most new vehicles do have a switch to disable the airbag on the dashboard.).

But, to me, this photo looks like the Sprinter.

(disclaimer: I don't go look at the other pics, I only look here...other pics may clearly show the Toyota SUV...)

And, I agree that the kids look upset/uncomfortable in this photo. With the heat, the transition from air conditioned vehicle to blacktop reflecting 100 degrees is quick to turn anyone's stomach and make them feel ill.

CJ said...

That is the Sprinter, the big blue bus. Not the Toyota Land Cruiser.

annabelle said...

C'mon guys now your giving Flintstone feet too much credit in knowing what the law is with children under the age of 12 and automobiles and turning off the side air bag...remember we are talking about the dimwit who got lost going to the grocery store... = )

Safety On My Mind said...

"But, to me, this photo looks like the Sprinter.

(disclaimer: I don't go look at the other pics, I only look here...other pics may clearly show the Toyota SUV...)"

You're right. It's not the LC. The LC doesn't have side passenger entry, it has wider tail lights and the logo is centered across the back, not reaching so close to the tail lights. I'm on my second Land Cruiser. It's the best car I've ever owned. Yes, it's a gas hog, but it's also a life saver. It's built like a tank. The officer at the scene of my accident told me that if I would have been driving any other car I wouldn't be here to talk about it. Kate may have been thinking about status and luxury when she bought it, with the safety factor not on her mind, but as far as vehicle safety, she made the right choice. Of course, since it's only a seven-passenger, getting all the kids in there at one time might be a problem unless she went for the option of additional seat belts for them.

Safety On My Mind said...

"PA may allow children under 12 to ride in the front passenger seat, but it is not safe. Kate's car has front and side airbags,"

Side airbags were not available on that model Sprinter (the car shown in the photo). Or, did you mean dual front passenger airbags? There's a difference.

Kate's car has dual front passenger airbags. It also has knee airbags for the driver and front passenger, front and second row side airbags, and curtain side airbags for all three seating rows.
Think she's figured out how to disengage all of the airbags?

lalalinda said...

Interesting...these are the same 'KatieK takes the kids for ice cream' shots...it guess she is recycling her pics...

Boston Bonnie said...

All of those kids have such worried looks on their faces. How sad to think that what for most families would be a fun outing is not for the 8.

Living In A Sauna said...

"All of those kids have such worried looks on their faces. How sad to think that what for most families would be a fun outing is not for the 8."

It could be that they just got out of an air-conditioned car and were hit in their faces by this unrelenting heat we've been having. It's not a fun time here for anyone right now!

Boston Bonnie said...

As you can see by my name I'm in Boston and we have been having this same weather. I know the difference between a look related to the heat and this one. Have to disagree with your take.

Living In A Sauna said...

"All of those kids have such worried looks on their faces. How sad to think that what for most families would be a fun outing is not for the 8."

It could be that they just got out of an air-conditioned car and were hit in their faces by this unrelenting heat we've been having. It's not a fun time here for anyone right now!

safety last, fame first said...

There's eight unhappy kids and one waistless adult here. The gas guzzling SUV seats seven safely. None of those kids are old enough to sit in the front seat legally. Way to go, mom of the year.

sandy said...

Every kid looks ill in these pictures and their stupid mother ignores it

AuntieAnn said...

HEY RATCLAWS!!!! Earn your fucking paycheck.

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