From the files of what not to post on YouTube and how to NOT raise your toddlers.

Recently, YouTube pulled a video over public outrage. The video featured two toddlers beating the heck out of one another. The person filming it was a father of one of the toddlers.

This gets worse, according to media reports, he was a soldier in the Army Special Operations Command. The video, thank goodness is being investigated because it was made at Fort Bragg.

As outrageous as this may seem, this is obviously not the first video of it's kind to pop up on YouTube.
YouTube/Google likes to shy away from freedom of speech and censorship issues which is why these things get posted in the first place.

But, you gotta ask, what the heck was this guy thinking? Did he really think it was okay for toddlers to fight? Did he think it was okay to video tape it instead of stopping the fight? Did he think he was superdad by posting it on YouTube?

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Comment by Mom Bloggers Club on November 20, 2008 at 8:55am
I saw this on Good Morning America. He has got to be regretting his actions. Not only did he get his kids taken away from him, he also may face criminal charges. It was just dumb all around.

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