Billie_Joe_Buttfuck - 2009-02-12 I wonder how this situation will resolve if I shoot this child in the testicles with my air-pressurized gun?
Huh. How 'bout that!
Camonk - 2009-02-12 Paintball enthusiasts should be everybody's parents.
kiint - 2009-02-12 that last little miserable cry of shocked pain and betrayal was particularly effective in illustrating the merits of this parenting method
Lindner - 2009-02-12 I believe he was telling the little boy that he was in fact "dead" prior to being shot.
seriouslyuguys - 2009-02-12 It looks to me like he offered the kid a chance to surrender rather than being shot at close range. The kid proceeds to shoot him three times at close range, and he responds with one well aimed shot. While I don't advocate aiming to cause pain, the kid had plenty of chance to avoid this.
athodyd - 2009-02-12 seriouslyguys you are kind of a shitty dude!
simon666 - 2009-02-13 one does not have to surrender if asked to do so at close range.
seriouslyuguys - 2009-02-15 I didn't say he had to surrender when asked, I just pointed out that he could have avoided this if he had.
Desidiosus - 2009-02-12 Back before paintball you actually had to get up and kick your kids in the nuts yourself.
Cleaner82 - 2009-02-13 Man is the toolmaking animal.
MongoMcMichael - 2009-09-06 Man is also the tool-BREAKING animal. WOKKA WOKKA!
John_hmstr - 2009-02-12 If you aren't mature enough to play paintball properly you shouldn't be playing.
This goes for both the folks in the video.
If it were me i wouldn't have even asked the kid to surrender and i wouldn't have shot only once. :-) But then again the guy was using a pump stock class marker on an indoor field so as bad as it looked, and i do feel for the kid, it was not that bad.
Cleaner82 - 2009-02-12 Five for bringing out the Paintball Darwinists.
Joey The Cobra - 2009-02-13 The instant guilty turn and walk away from the father makes it.
Syd Midnight - 2009-02-13 My father and I had this bonding moment. He took the igniter out of a gas grill, handed the electrode it to me, and started pressing the trigger. Why? Because it's just a lesson you need to learn about dad.