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Kelly Suckla Fatally Shot Estranged Wife Kristi Suckla And Self At Daughter's Sweet 16: Police

Kelly Suckla Fatally Shot Estranged Wife Kristi Suckla And Self At Daughter's Sweet 16: Police

Commented Jan 22, 2013 at 08:38:02 in Crime

“Domestic violence is often the most common cause of death for women, especially when they try to leave. I don't know why he was allowed to be there if she was afraid of him. The losers are the kids who will need counseling for the rest of their lives. I'm not a big gun control person, but clearly here there was no way to protect other than to keep him away. If she had a gun it would have been in her purse and of no use to him.”
A Message on Sandy Hook and Mental Health Awareness

A Message on Sandy Hook and Mental Health Awareness

Commented Dec 22, 2012 at 10:35:05 in Healthy Living

“Evidence is showing he was in a deteriorating condition - we may never have a name for it. I find it odd that his medical records haven't been unsealed by court order to let us know what exactly his diagnosis was. His mother seems to have been taking steps to find some place for him, and perhaps paranoia was making him think she wanted to get rid of him. Look at his pictures - one from middle school, one from high school, and one more recent one and you can see a drastic change. His mother was doing her best, but his illness didn't allow that to happen. People who were in the house have said that the guns were secured, but he was probably smart enough to figure a way to get to them and did, with tragic consequences.”
Dear Penn State Fans... Don't Forget Who the Real Victims Are

Dear Penn State Fans... Don't Forget Who the Real Victims Are

Commented Jul 31, 2012 at 18:02:11 in Sports

“In addition to the several victims of Jerry Sandusky's abuse, the NCAA has decided to heap upon the Central Pennsylvania area additional punishments, much of which will have no impact on Mr. Sandusky, who now sits in jail. You say you are familiar with Happy Valley, but did you know it resides in the middle of Appalachia? If it weren't for the university there, the area would be more poverty stricken than it has been. The university not only employs professors and administrators and coaches, it employs many in food service, maintenance, housekeeping, etc. There are also the countless townspeople who own small businesses, much of their business derived from the college community. And then there are the students, most of whom never knew who Jerry Sandusky was until last year. The NCAA sanctions are taking a toll on all of them, and the fact that you are relieved means you don't care about how this impacts the economy and environment of the community. And finally, if the victims were so horribly offended by the university allowing them to continue to be abused, as you make it sound, why did several of them continue to attend football games and other campus events even after they outgrew Sandusky's interest?”
Bookstore Bingo: The Most Ridiculous Things Overheard In Bookstores

Bookstore Bingo: The Most Ridiculous Things Overheard In Bookstores

Commented Apr 1, 2011 at 09:36:49 in Books

“I work in a library and get similar stuff - usually "do you have a picture (not a painting) of George Washington or is they want autiobiographies (not biographies) of people who never would have been able to write one.”
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Haunting Images Of Detroit's Decline (PHOTOS)

Commented Mar 23, 2011 at 14:41:34 in Business

“I used to go to the Auto Show every year until last year. What was the use of going when 2 of the Big Three were in bankruptcy? I also didn't go this year, but hope it was better than the 2009 show.”
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Haunting Images Of Detroit's Decline (PHOTOS)

Commented Mar 23, 2011 at 14:37:17 in Business

“I agree with coffeescup, some of this is very old. The Terminal building has bothered me for a long time when I approach downtown Detroit, but some of the other shots are in buildings that haven't been used since I was a kid in the 60s. This decline is nothing new, but industry loss of the past 20 years has hastened it. As much as I hate to say it (I'm a Buckeye, and loathe the Detroit teams), there are good and bustling parts of the metro area that I enjoy visiting (Ikea). But the city itself has been turned into a wasteland by people who'd rather live in the suburbs and the remaining folks don't have the money or interest in keeping the city habitable.”