A truck full of stories

A truck full of stories

There are 113 comments on the Evening Sun story from May 2, 2011, titled A truck full of stories. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

Eighteen-month-old Aaliyah Wood, of York, left, waits with her balloon while driver John Wyatt, of York, gets ready for Sunday s Make-a-Wish Truck Convoy for Wishes in Gettysburg with this stepson, Michael Schilberz, 10.

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Just Me

Gettysburg, PA

#104 May 9, 2011
Nationwide wrote:
<quoted text>Only a retard would make a comment like that. Guess that's you....
Only an ignorant, uneducated person would make a comment like THAT. Are you aware of the definition of retard? Or how hurtful it is to people with disabilities to use that word so loosely in conversation? Or perhaps (most likely) you care nothing about the feelings of others, so I am wasting my time. As I can tell that you are not exactly the brightest crayon in the box, I guess I can inform you that my previous statement was made as a way to express my utter disbelief for your obvious disregard for anyone but yourself. I had no intelligent words for the fact that you basically said you have no problem suing a not-for-profit organization that helps kids...no not just kids...SICK KIDS, and that you would have no problem doing so. You are the kind of person that I hope my children will never have the "pleasure" of meeting, but that I know that one day I will have to explain your kind to them, and I'm not sure how that conversation will go because quite frankly I don't understand people like you.
Nationwide

Hanover, PA

#105 May 9, 2011
Just Me wrote:
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Only an ignorant, uneducated person would make a comment like THAT. Are you aware of the definition of retard? Or how hurtful it is to people with disabilities to use that word so loosely in conversation? Or perhaps (most likely) you care nothing about the feelings of others, so I am wasting my time. As I can tell that you are not exactly the brightest crayon in the box, I guess I can inform you that my previous statement was made as a way to express my utter disbelief for your obvious disregard for anyone but yourself. I had no intelligent words for the fact that you basically said you have no problem suing a not-for-profit organization that helps kids...no not just kids...SICK KIDS, and that you would have no problem doing so. You are the kind of person that I hope my children will never have the "pleasure" of meeting, but that I know that one day I will have to explain your kind to them, and I'm not sure how that conversation will go because quite frankly I don't understand people like you.
Okay idiot. Is that better? You were the first one to start the name calling Jack A...ss.

I like the turquoise colored crayon the best.

You are ignorant about lawsuits. Learn before you speak dumb a...ss.
don king

Hanover, PA

#106 May 9, 2011
ding ding round 1 begin
Back at Ya

Hanover, PA

#107 May 9, 2011
Just Me wrote:
<quoted text>
Only an ignorant, uneducated person would make a comment like THAT. Are you aware of the definition of retard? Or how hurtful it is to people with disabilities to use that word so loosely in conversation? Or perhaps (most likely) you care nothing about the feelings of others, so I am wasting my time. As I can tell that you are not exactly the brightest crayon in the box, I guess I can inform you that my previous statement was made as a way to express my utter disbelief for your obvious disregard for anyone but yourself. I had no intelligent words for the fact that you basically said you have no problem suing a not-for-profit organization that helps kids...no not just kids...SICK KIDS, and that you would have no problem doing so. You are the kind of person that I hope my children will never have the "pleasure" of meeting, but that I know that one day I will have to explain your kind to them, and I'm not sure how that conversation will go because quite frankly I don't understand people like you.
God Bless your pointed little head!
Just Me

Hanover, PA

#108 May 10, 2011
Nationwide wrote:
<quoted text>Okay idiot. Is that better? You were the first one to start the name calling Jack A...ss.
I like the turquoise colored crayon the best.
You are ignorant about lawsuits. Learn before you speak dumb a...ss.
Yes, that was better. I may be ignorant about lawsuits, but that's because I'm not the kind to sue someone because I slipped on their sidewalk when it's 5 degrees outside and we just had a 2 ince ice storm. So if not suing over stupid things is ignorant, than I will take my pointed little head in to my ignorant little house and enjoy the fact that my life doesn't revolve around screwing good people! Have a great day!
Just Me

Hanover, PA

#109 May 10, 2011
Back at Ya wrote:
<quoted text>God Bless your pointed little head!
I don't mind having a pointed head! Enjoy your day!
Future Mrs D

York, PA

#110 May 10, 2011
I was told to read this article to see how someone I just recently met had a great time at the truck convoy and to see that she was commented in the article. Unfortunately, after reading it, I was overwhelmed with the fighting and downgrading that was posted. Please keep in mind that this is still an article about kids in need and that these kids, parents of the kids and family and friends of the kids are still able to read this. Make-A-Wish is a fantastic, giving organization and deserves support and encouragement and anyone that thinks differently should think about volunteering for them (or any other great, helpful organization) and see what's it like to be in their shoes. Accidents happen but this is the perfect time for the community to come together and help instead of putting negative comments on something that is already a sad situation. Please keep the people involved in your prayers, along with the wish kids who always need more prayers. The more helping hands Make-A-Wish gets, the better it is for everyone.
hi there

Skopje, Macedonia

#111 May 11, 2011
hi there
No Comment

Carlisle, PA

#112 May 11, 2011
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Lois

Mifflin, PA

#113 May 12, 2011
Day was for the kids . GET awayfrom the accident.
things well come out later. think of the kids .My
siter had a granddarther she was whit makewish
now she gone. Imiss her she was so sweet she just
love life.
Lois

Mifflin, PA

#114 May 12, 2011
Nationwide wrote:
<quoted text>Only a retard would make a comment like that. Guess that's you....
GO TO HE**
Wayne

Hanover, PA

#115 May 12, 2011
Lois wrote:
Day was for the kids . GET awayfrom the accident.
things well come out later. think of the kids .My
siter had a granddarther she was whit makewish
now she gone. Imiss her she was so sweet she just
love life.
whit siter wa dat?
Nationwide

Hanover, PA

#116 May 12, 2011
Lois wrote:
Day was for the kids . GET awayfrom the accident.
things well come out later. think of the kids .My
siter had a granddarther she was whit makewish
now she gone. Imiss her she was so sweet she just
love life.
I made pancakes this morning.

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