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Old 07-10-2006, 06:59 PM   #21
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Im saying just feel for the family.....why throw fault out there. Try to look out for others and help not make things worse or make people feel worse. There is MANY gals out there that met up with a guy in a lot riding a bike or in a nice car and went for a ride, even guys nice enough to give a gal a ride home, that they just meet and not to end up dead, but now a days you have to be careful and instead of throwing a blame around why not pass words of wisdom so this does not happen to any of our Gals or Guys on Motohouston...Blame is useless.... How do you think her friends or family will feel when they see who is to blame the city, the girl her parents ouch, ok maybe the truth hurts but why throw salt into the wound. Why not a kind word, freedom of speech on Motohouston, I understand, that is his opinion and this is MINE!
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Old 07-10-2006, 07:54 PM   #22
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Personal responsibility.

That doesn't mean that someone doesn't have empathy for the family and what they're going through. Racer X was addressing the question of "the city's blame" and wasn't directing his thoughts towards the family.

Every post on this thread doesn't have to be a sympathy thread for the family, it's people's thoughts. You want to start one where you can convey yours and others condolences to the family, I'm certain you know how.

No one here on the board coerced that young ADULT woman into the truck, she did it willingly and her family and friends will pay the price along with her.

You need to layoff the caps too.

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Old 07-10-2006, 09:46 PM   #23
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we need a lot more loving than hate, war and killing......Snuggle Bug Love Party at MY house plenty of room for Lovers and sorry NO room for killers or hatters, too bad so sad....but happy days for the good party people of MOTOHOUSTON always welcome....
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Old 07-10-2006, 10:26 PM   #24
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Old 07-11-2006, 12:29 AM   #25
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is this type of stuff really " the city's" fault or the children/families fault..?
I blame it on myspace and parents not watching who their children talk to on the web. Anyone can be there looking to decieve you. Myspace is a doorway for evil to reach you if you let it.:confused2
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she looks familiar....i might have met her somewhere..dont quote me though...i go to dulles and know alot of people at diff schools....i actuly just saw it on the news befor reading this post..i dont see how some people can do that ... im prayin for her family
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Old 07-11-2006, 02:09 AM   #27
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its not alony kids and teens its older people to, sry to tha family, people need to think now a day the streets arnt safe and people r gettin worst and worst i dont see why poeple do things like this
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Old 07-11-2006, 02:11 AM   #28
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I blame it on myspace and parents not watching who their children talk to on the web. Anyone can be there looking to decieve you. Myspace is a doorway for evil to reach you if you let it.:confused2
myspace, aol, yahoo, msn, dating websites its all of them, and then again its people u meet at a party, bar, club and people uve known ur whole life. these people are everywhere and eny where maybe even the people next door
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Old 07-11-2006, 06:42 AM   #30
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i think it is all very sad, let this be a lesson to ALL parents. i know i am going to watch james' daughter a lot closer after all of this. that poor girl had such a promising future ahead of her. something she will never see...


gosh there are so many inconsiderate out there. i cant wait to find out who killed her. poor parents...
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I blame it on myspace and parents not watching who their children talk to on the web. Anyone can be there looking to decieve you. Myspace is a doorway for evil to reach you if you let it.:confused2
^^^words of wisdom.

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I think that u really need to start using the "2 man concept" girls
When going out do NOT go anywhere alone. Do NOT go with someone u first meet alone.
Unfortunatly there are alot of crazy people out there and too many young kids that have to learn the the hard way, can't tell them anything. you just hope that the learning expierence isn't too costly.
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Old 07-11-2006, 01:49 PM   #33
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The crime rate is just bad here. As is anywhere. People jsut need to be more cautious when they let their kids go about. And in some aspect, I do agree about teaching yer kid a thing or two. Cause why is she hoppin into a truck with some guy she doesn't know?

But crimes happen everyone, gas station, at your house, at your work, etc... I mean, just compare it to the first missing girl...She was just dropping off keys to her b/f and look what happened.
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Old 07-11-2006, 09:15 PM   #34
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The crime rate is just bad here. As is anywhere. People jsut need to be more cautious when they let their kids go about. And in some aspect, I do agree about teaching yer kid a thing or two. Cause why is she hoppin into a truck with some guy she doesn't know?

But crimes happen everyone, gas station, at your house, at your work, etc... I mean, just compare it to the first missing girl...She was just dropping off keys to her b/f and look what happened.

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That is very sad. Hope they catch the fools who did this. I'm probably preaching, but I think everyone should establish some kind of situational awareness. People having this "It can never happen to me" mentality is just asking for trouble. I think it is also a good idea for anyone to carry OC or pepper spray of some sort on their key chain.
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Here's one of the f*ckers' myspace
http://www.myspace.com/valhallanshadows

haven't looked long enough for the other guy's.

crazy...she was in his top 8.

when he grows up he wants to be: KILLER ??? must be nuts...
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I blame it on myspace and parents not watching who their children talk to on the web. Anyone can be there looking to decieve you. Myspace is a doorway for evil to reach you if you let it.:confused2
why blame a website where people sign up to be a part of??? people should know better than to meet someone off the internet..... i mean what is the first thing you learned about talking to people on line??? i feel bad for what happened to her
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Regardless of who's fault it was, she didn't deserve this. Please becareful guys and gals.
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can't blame myspace...cuz really you'd have to blame the highschools. they went to school together.

i hope he and the other guy rots.
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