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Old 05-12-2007, 04:14 PM   #41
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Old 05-12-2007, 04:39 PM   #42
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sucks she only 15 but what do you want to bet she learn a good lesson. at least she was only topless and not raped and .
She learned her lesson, that's for sure. No way to know if she was raped but she was definately sxxually assaulted. I have a daughter so the whole thing was scary for me.
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Old 05-12-2007, 04:45 PM   #43
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She learned her lesson, that's for sure. No way to know if she was raped but she was definately sxxually assaulted. I have a daughter so the whole thing was scary for me.
Such a sad situation. NO one deserves to learn their lesson that way.
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Old 05-13-2007, 04:50 PM   #44
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Such a sad situation. NO one deserves to learn their lesson that way.
I can think of a few that should.
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Old 05-13-2007, 09:13 PM   #45
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some of you are heartless. How can you just assume she was being "dumb" and deserved what happened to her? None of you even know what exactly happened to her that night.
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Old 05-13-2007, 10:00 PM   #46
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pics or it didnt happen


p.s. sorry didnt know that was your street
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Old 05-13-2007, 10:24 PM   #47
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Old 05-13-2007, 11:24 PM   #48
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I can't believe you said that. You don't know what that poor girl might have went through that night for you to make a statement like that.
You should think before you say things.
You can look at that from two different perspectives. What part of she put herself in the situation is missed. Other side is the foul play of of a shitbag that has little respect for other humanity and should delt with appropriatly.:icon_bigg
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Old 05-14-2007, 12:49 AM   #49
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kinda scary how young people start expierementing these days and how hard they party now. Glad those girls were ok atleast!!
Trust me - hard partying ain't new. I hate to go all 'old fart' here, but when I was in high school things were crazier then than now. When I graduated in '83 the drinking age was 19 (was 18 until my sophomore year in HS), there were no open container laws (in fact, it was legal then for the driver to drink in the vehicle), and drugs were just as readily available and in more varieties.

People got just as wasted then as now, with pretty much the same consequences and with less of a social stigma as compared to now. Unfortunately, back then a girl that got mistreated didn't have very many places to turn to where she wouldn't be blamed for it and then ignored. I'm not sure it's any better today in that regard.
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If you thought she was dead, why did you pick her up? That was a crime scene?
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Trust me - hard partying ain't new. I hate to go all 'old fart' here, but when I was in high school things were crazier then than now. When I graduated in '83 the drinking age was 19 (was 18 until my sophomore year in HS), there were no open container laws (in fact, it was legal then for the driver to drink in the vehicle), and drugs were just as readily available and in more varieties.

People got just as wasted then as now, with pretty much the same consequences and with less of a social stigma as compared to now. Unfortunately, back then a girl that got mistreated didn't have very many places to turn to where she wouldn't be blamed for it and then ignored. I'm not sure it's any better today in that regard.
Thank you! all of these old farts just want to talk about how society's falling apart all the time.
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Old 05-14-2007, 09:25 AM   #52
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Its sad to see. The reality of it is that it happens alot more than you think or care to know.
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wow thats pretty crazy, and EMS said it happens all the time:eh:
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If you thought she was dead, why did you pick her up? That was a crime scene?
I didn't think that until I was carrying her and trying to talk to her. My first intuition was to get her away from where she was - on a wet lawn under a tree with rainwater dripping on her.
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Old 05-14-2007, 12:36 PM   #55
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this was in kingwood.. yup... stupid girl partying with people she has no biz. being around... if you tell me the girls name i prob know her.. but i havnt heard anything yet.. im sure it will come around though... kingwood is a small social circle..
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Old 05-14-2007, 03:01 PM   #56
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I didn't think that until I was carrying her and trying to talk to her. My first intuition was to get her away from where she was - on a wet lawn under a tree with rainwater dripping on her.
you did the right thing.
sad how we live with such animalistic surroundings...
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Wow, that is bad. Pretty shocking to hear that it happens all the time. I guess because it does, it is okay and not worth worrying about???

And saying that she is to blame for what happened to her is like saying because a girl smiled at a guy, she asked for it and it was okay to rape her?!

The fact that people think like that is really frightening and disappointing. NOT EVER should it be okay for a girl to be treated like that or should she 'have it coming'. I can't believe what I am reading.
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