10-Year-Old Boy Dies Tragically From Mom Taking Away Nintendo Switch | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    LAFAYETTE, IN     A local 10-year-old boy has died tragically of severe trauma due to his mother taking away his Nintendo Switch for a few days.

    According to sources, 10-year-old Camden Connor passed away shortly after his mother told him: "Camden, I've had it with your bad attitude today. Give me the Switch and go outside and play!"

    "I have never seen such abuse," said one paramedic who arrived on the scene. "To force an innocent 10-year-old boy to be parted from Super Mario: Odyssey, or Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, or Minecraft for hours is bad enough... but for days? I never knew people could be capable of such cruelty."

    Eyewitnesses say the mother was provoked after she told her son to make his bed and was met with the response: "Mo-ooom! Not now! I'm BUSY! Sheeeeesh!" She then ripped the electronic device from the poor victim's hands, instantly sealing his calamitous fate.

    The mother has been sentenced to death by having Instagram deleted from her phone.
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( August 15th, 2023 @ 6:05 pm )
Big Bob: Eastern NC NOW has and will be publishing plenty about the corrupt non patriot Leftists, and their impending demise. Don't worry yourself about not having the preferred content to troll.
Big Bob said:
( August 15th, 2023 @ 5:00 pm )
I have another question. As trump inches closer to prison, I notice the BO is not printing anything about it. Why is that?
Big Bob said:
( August 15th, 2023 @ 12:46 pm )
True, but most if not all liberal readers know a Jewish space laser when we see one.
( August 15th, 2023 @ 11:12 am )
Out of the 3.8 million views we get each month, we get far more than just Conservatives reading this platform.

For instance, you are are trolling here Big Bob.
Big Bob said:
( August 15th, 2023 @ 11:07 am )
Fair enough. It just shocks me how many conservatives don't get it. Post after post of people that think its "news". You diligently remind them that its satire yet they fall for it time after time. I find it shocking but it explains a lot.
( August 14th, 2023 @ 8:25 pm )
No they don't. We are not paid to link to anyone. It is a common courtesy.

Not every major publication is allowed to republish Babylon Bee, to have their expressed permission to do so.
Big Bob said:
( August 14th, 2023 @ 6:58 pm )
Oh, so they pay you to link to them. Makes sense.
( August 14th, 2023 @ 2:57 pm )
Big Bob: Until we start making a bunch of money here at Eastern NC NOW as the largest online publication, and the most technologically advance platform in the history of Beaufort County, our main focus is the inform, and if called upon educate.

Babylon is often hilarious, especially in a motif where most of comedy just is not funny, and some of it rather sad due to its pathetic dumbed-down and Woke nature.
Big Bob said:
( August 14th, 2023 @ 9:25 am )
Stan, you know know half the people on here cant tell the difference and believe every word.
( August 14th, 2023 @ 7:39 am )
Catfish: Babylon Bee presents satirical representations of real issues made humorous. That is why we publish them.
Catfish said:
( August 14th, 2023 @ 2:40 am )
That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever read, WTF?!?! Don't you people who publish this crap have better things to do???
Beauty said:
( August 13th, 2023 @ 9:36 pm )
Are you people crazy. The problem is these games are taking over these children minds.

He should GO OUTSIDE AND PLAY!!! That's what kids do.
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