“How do you know that it wasn't? He may have unlocked it to get in.
There is also a certain point where you need to be able to trust the people you are paying to work for you.”
Cybdiver on Dec 5, 2013 at 11:41:26
“He was charged with breaking and entering. Even if he was an employee where I do not see he was. While the popular stance is in his favor he might have risen above this had he not taken his life which was truly the sad part. MIT was caught with their pants down and embarrassed. If you are going to buck the system, don't do the crime if you can't do the time. His cause might have been just but he was not ready to go the distance.”
“You might want to watch the documentary I mentioned. It is interesting and there are many sports figures in it from football, wrestling and the highest head injury group of all, womens soccer. Yes, numbers can be manipulated. That doesn't change the outcome of the individuals with repetitive head injuries. I know people love football and soccer and don't want to hear about head injuries but if you watch that movie "Head Games" it gives information for children's teams to lessen the damage done to children and it will give you a broader base on which to make an informed decision. You can watch it on Netfilx live streaming so if you already have Netflix it is free. An hour of your time.”
“Not really a good argument since it is rather hard to accidentally stab someone to death. I am not against guns but your argument doesn't hold up. If I lost my son to an accident like this, or drowning, car accident, whatever--I would speak out about it on the anniversary of the event. Not to say don't swim, don't drive cars etc, but simply to say be mindful of what you do. If you have a gun in your home then secure it and teach gun safety. This mother has every right to deal with this tragedy how she sees fit.”
“When I cleaned out my grandmother's house I almost threw away $7,000. that she had jammed into envelopes and "hidden" back into the Mead envelopes box. She was hiding it and forgot where she hid it. She accused family members of taking it. My dad was able to bring her the money--and she apologized when we told her where it was because it was then that she remembered where she had stashed it.”
“It's good clean fun. Better than drinking, throwing eggs or knocking down mailboxes. Try to remember being 14. It is hard for them to fit in anywhere--too old for this, too young for that. I know it is expensive to buy candy but just buy the cheap stuff and look for the fun in it. Life is better when you just search for the good! Happy trails.”
jcjksimba on Oct 29, 2013 at 20:33:03
“14,15 even up to 17, I don't have a problem with. I was 17 my last year. No, I've been told that the 20+ yr olds go out. Not fair for the little ones if ya run out of candy.
Note: For those who just put out a bowl so they don't have to answer the door...it will be gone within 10 min. No, I've never done it; just seen it happen, (the empty bowl).”
“You are really making a leap to blame the mother. You don't have any idea how she raised her son. That is so unfair of you. Of course she loves her son. Her first thoughts were to the other family and to her community. She must feel such terrible devastation for her son, for the families--She has done all she can to say she is sorry for what her son has done. Blaming her is cruel. She has lost so much too.”
JFKbaby on Oct 27, 2013 at 23:25:18
“.....this was a rage killing--where does a 14 year old source that kind of rage except family ?”
“The video shows it was done by 4 blacks but otherwise you are correct.”
kaydellc on Oct 27, 2013 at 23:30:17
“No it shows the lack of the printed News Media with holding the facts nothing more. It is by design--contol the facts reported you control the minds of the people.”
ma1nguy on Oct 27, 2013 at 23:24:55
“Regardless of race, an innocent 87 year old man was wrongfully and brutally killed and I am pissed... The prisons I see on the "Lockdown" TV shows don't show me much punishment, just a bunch of losers and deadbeats playing cards, basketball, or working out.... while we're working everyday and paying for their free shelter, meals, free medical care, and etc... where is the punishment here????”
mangohombre on Oct 27, 2013 at 22:34:51
“They weren't Black... they were the other kind of Blacks that give Black a bad name.”
“Your comment doesn't even make sense. You can simply say that you don't believe in God. It's the same as a person who does believe. You have your belief (or disbelief) and she has hers. There are articles going both ways. You may choose to read only the ones that don't include Christ so that you don't get riled up. Then you should cross your fingers and hope that you are correct.”
“He ran over someone that stopped short in front of him in order to beat him up--he had a 2 year old in the car. I would have run over crazy people trying to stop me too if I had a fear for my family.”
“It isn't right to hit another person. With that said--she hit him first and he didn't deck her but he did stop her from coming at him. He was moving backwards and she was coming at him from about 10 feet away.....she got what she asked for--
No, I would not expect my son to ever hit a woman but not all people are brought up the same.”
“REturning a taken item is a natural consequence to taking another persons property. You had to march right back and return the compact. Good on your mom.
Standing on a street corner holding a sign up to people you do not know has nothing to do with twerking at a school dance. A natural consequence might be staying home from other dances or being suspended from school or dances at school or having detention.
There are times in life when we will be put down and humiliated by others--it should NEVER be at the hands of the person who is supposed to love and support us. This mother is an attention seeker.”
nitroreefclub on Sep 14, 2013 at 01:46:35
“AGREE, and so well said. I get really upset when I see parents do these things. All it does is make the child hate the parent. The love leaves even if the child never shows it, the relationship changes and the closeness is forever gone because the child can now never trust the parent no matter how much she needs to. Been there.”