Mar 22nd 2010 5:23PMIsn't that funny....because all I see in these posts are people talking about beating the boy into a coma....things that make you say hhmmmm...iorny or just hypocritical.
Mar 22nd 2010 4:04PMThat's the problem with you, obviously you're a talker and not a "doer". Too many people in this world like yourself believe it's ok to say anything about anyone and they have to take it in stride. YOU ARE WRONG
This obviously went way to far, but to no place any responsibility on the girl is just rediculous. She instigated this by her vicous and outrageous remarks which led to a boy who hasn't found a way to cope with his loss lashing out on her. Stop talking so much shit unless your willing to back it up, especially when it gets personal.
Mar 22nd 2010 3:56PMFirst and foremost, I'm not saying beating a girl is by anyway ok. Having said that I find it more and more coman place for women in general to say and do things that are either violent in nature or illicit violent responses. There are too many telephone tough guys/girls out there spewing off at the mouth with things that would make anyone snap. To make fun of or make remarks that relate to a loved ones death are hideous in nature and speaks volumes to the type of girl who wrote these words. Freedom of speach comes with a price tag...free will. And when someone makes a comment like she did, one can only expect a response. Was the response over the top, YES....was a response predictable absolutely. Like it or not there are wars for a reason....when words no longer are enough actions are forced to speak louder. This girl crossed a line, and unfortunately for her it led to a horrific reaction from a young boy who obviously hasn't found a way to cope with his loss. Please let this be a lesson on how a war of words can lead to a war of actions.
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