Bad, bad Kiddie!

August 12th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  1 Comment

Via Gawker: An eleven-year-old “movie critic” named Jackson was on the Early Show this morning and he MUST BE STOPPED. Or as a person named Lindsey Weber from someplace called URDB via something else apparently known as Tumblr (can someone out there explain the internet to me?) put it:

This is the opposite of a cute baby video. This’ll make your ovaries (or your testicles) shrivel up & disappear. I literally want to invent a Time Machine so I can go back in time to before LIGHTS CAMERA JACKSON was born and convince his parents not to procreate.

I have watched the video of this little bugger and I agree. Watch it yourself, ye parents, and despair.


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  1. robert says:

    August 12th, 2010at 12:10 pm(#)

    super annoying kid has been reared off the teat of ty pennington and guy fieri. false hyperactive enthusiasm is no excuse for having nothing intelligent to say.

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