well, you know the rest. It's amazing to me how some kids never, ever learn the art of making the good choice. Never, no matter what you do. You'd think Brandon, being in 5 years of out of placement garbage, therapies, psychiatrists, psychologists, foster placements he didn't like, rules, consequences, the whole nine yards, would have learned something by now. But alas...he's stupid I should be flaming angry, but I'm not. Friday night, SO and I were driving home from picking up Dylan at the Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) for his TL. We were almost home, when SO's phone rings. It's Wal Mart, Brandon works there. "Can you come in to the store, my manager wants to talk to you", he tells SO. I hear SO telling Brandon, "are you sure ME and not your MOM?", and Brandon said he wanted SO. So, he drops Dylan and I off at home, and goes in town. An HOUR later, I text him and ask him what the problem is. "Hold on" is all I get I could go into hours of this, but basically, Brandon has been stealing from Wal Mart since he has worked there (he's only been there 3 weeks). He stole $200 out of his cash register one day to buy a PSP, another day $60, another day, $80, so on and so forth. State police were there, pressing charges, sending him to Juvenille Court. He's been stripped of all privelages here, but it doesn't matter. He could care less. I have no empathy or sympathy and really do hope they put him into a Juvenille Detention Center. This could be a possibility, seeing as how he's been in Probation before, at 12 years old, for stealing $500 out of my purse. Not to mention, it hasn't even been a year since he got caught shoplifting CD's at Wal Mart. I guess they didn't go through all the tapes, yet. If they find more money, it'll be more charges, seperate counts. Good. Stupid, stupid kid. I really dont believe he has any disorder. Maybe he does. Doesn't matter and I don't care. It's just amazing to me that it doesn't bother him at all.