This tech savvy father, Tommy Jordan (no relation to our Tom Jordan!), found a letter on his daughter's laptop meant only for her friends on Facebook. The letter was hidden from her father on Facebook but while fixing her computer he found it. To say the least, he was shocked at what he read. In the video, he reads the letter which explains how much she hates her parents and how bad she believes they treat her. Enraged by the lack of gratitude his daughter is showing, the father unloads a full clip of pistol rounds into his daughter's laptop.

The father even shared the thread on Facebook which contains nearly 9,000 shares and 20,000 likes of this video he created on WEDNESDAY, two days ago. See the Facebook thread here.

Would you do the same or similar if you found such a nasty note from your kids? Let us know in the comments below.

And in response to the media craze over this, Tommy Jordan has posted this to his Facebook Page

Attention Media Outlets:
While we appreciate the interest you're all putting forth to get in touch with us regarding the video, we're not going to go on your talk show, not going to call in to your radio show, and not going to be in your TV mini-series.

Some of you think I made an acceptable parenting decision and others think I didn't. However, I can't think of any way myself or my daughter can respond to a media outlet that won't be twisted out of context. The Dallas news TV news already showed that in their brief 5 minute interview with the psychologist.

Additionally, there's absolutely NO way I'm going to send my child the message that it's OK to gain from something like this. It would send her a message that it's OK to profit at the expense of someone else's embarrassment or misfortune and that's now how I was raised, nor how she has been raised.

So I say thank you from all of us. If we have anything to say, we'll say it here on Facebook, and we'll say it publicly, but we won't say it to a microphone or a camera. There are too many other REAL issues out there that could use this attention you're giving us. My daughter isn't hurt, emotionally scarred, or otherwise damaged, but that kind of publicity has never seemed to be to have a positive effect on any child or family.

If you're a news outlet that wants to ask us a question, feel free to so via email. I'm sure by now my email address is easy enough to find. It might take me awhile to get to a response because I'd have to sort through the "Die you bastard" emails to find it, but we will respond if its something that we feel merits it. Otherwise, sorry... no interviews, no talk shows, no call-ins.

If we respond to anything, it will be on here, and it will be in a way that our words can't be misconstrued or edited for appeal to specific audience or shock value.

Now, I'm going to try to get to work for the day.
Best of luck to all of you out there... and PLEASE give my phone a break.