I've been following this story since Brandon Crisp went missing.<br><br>I can only imagine the parents' anguish. I remember threatening to leave home when I couldn't get my own way. My daughter tried pulling the same trick on me. Fortunately nothing bad happened to either of us. I'm not so sure about this poor kid. It doesn't sound good.<br><br>Microsoft has offered a $50,000 reward and is co-operating with police agencies to determine who the Call of Duty players were.<br><br>
That's so sad. His poor parents. It could be that they were just trying to get him to do his homework instead of playing video games. But then again, who knows what really happened? I can remember hiding outside at night as a child so that my mother wouldn't beat me (for being born and ruining her life, even though I never asked to be born) but then getting so cold that I had to go back inside and take the beating just so that I wouldn't freeze to death. It could be that his parents are at fault in this case, or someone else. We'll never know.<br><br>
Agony. That's all I can imagine the parents must be feeling.<br><br>[color:red]</font color=red> [color:orange]</font color=orange> [color:yellow]</font color=yellow> [color:green]</font color=green> [color:blue]</font color=blue> [color:purple]</font color=purple>
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I would imagine the parents are being thoroughly investigated. <br><br>The kid was addicted to gaming. He was skipping school to play his game. The parents took his XBox away from him. The boy threatened to run away and the parents called his bluff and said okay. He took off on his bike which was found abandoned several miles away. <br><br><br><br>
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