D@mn Right!

United States

#21 Mar 19, 2013
curious wrote:
This is in response to D@mn Right, Sorry, ass clown, and any others out there that want to make asses out of yourselves! Andy is a very nice young man, that has a great personality, very willing to help anyone that he can, and unlike you, has compassion for people! I bet Andy is so thankful that he has friends that care about him to have a benefit, or prayer chains, or visits to the hospital, or support from his friends. I bet he is counting all the blessings he's been bestowed with! No not everyone has a benefit for whatever situation you are talking about. There are many reasons why, some could be the family prefers not to go that route. Or any other reason. The family could just plain want to go through the situation in private! Did you ever think about that? We had a grandchild that passed away from leukemia; in one year we had 4 people from our family that passed from cancer, and one that passed from complications of diabetes. And to top that all off, we nearly lossed another grandchild to an auto accident! We chose to keep it somewhat private, although, we did have many churches praying for our family! And we had people helping us with child care during these difficulties, people helping by making meals for our families to take a burden off, people visited and sent cards. And we were so thankful for our friends and family that helped us! No matter how it is handled, publicly or privately, the whole point is that "most" people still have COMPASSION in this world! So D@mn Right, Sorry, and ass clown, you could learn a lesson from all these compassionate people!
Not once did I say they weren't thankful for the compassion of others so pay attention ! The question is where if the same compassion for every single othfg person with an illness. How about the 50 people a day that go to celinas renal dialysis unit of which they will never heal from. Or every single cancer patient in this town that are going through radiation and chemo. Why aren't there billboards, Facebook pages and news crews covering then. Or do you feel they are just an inconvenience to you?
curious

Celina, OH

#22 Mar 19, 2013
Thank you, Outside Observer! Yes you are so rght that there are so few people out there that still care about their fellow citizens, but I am so grateful for the ones that ARE compassionate and DO care!
curious

Celina, OH

#23 Mar 19, 2013
To D@mn Right: Evidently you are the one that did not pay attention! I stated that not every person or family desires to go with the all out publicity! Some prefer to be PRIVATE! I am not disagreeing with the public support for Andy! That is the way Andy's family and friends decided to help! Not every family decides to go public! It is an individual decision! Don't put down someone's decision to help their family and friends in any way that they want to! Be it publicly or privately!

Since: Jun 11

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#24 Mar 19, 2013
curious wrote:
This is in response to D@mn Right, Sorry, ass clown, and any others out there that want to make asses out of yourselves! Andy is a very nice young man, that has a great personality, very willing to help anyone that he can, and unlike you, has compassion for people! I bet Andy is so thankful that he has friends that care about him to have a benefit, or prayer chains, or visits to the hospital, or support from his friends. I bet he is counting all the blessings he's been bestowed with! No not everyone has a benefit for whatever situation you are talking about. There are many reasons why, some could be the family prefers not to go that route. Or any other reason. The family could just plain want to go through the situation in private! Did you ever think about that? We had a grandchild that passed away from leukemia; in one year we had 4 people from our family that passed from cancer, and one that passed from complications of diabetes. And to top that all off, we nearly lossed another grandchild to an auto accident! We chose to keep it somewhat private, although, we did have many churches praying for our family! And we had people helping us with child care during these difficulties, people helping by making meals for our families to take a burden off, people visited and sent cards. And we were so thankful for our friends and family that helped us! No matter how it is handled, publicly or privately, the whole point is that "most" people still have COMPASSION in this world! So D@mn Right, Sorry, and ass clown, you could learn a lesson from all these compassionate people!
AMEN!!!
D@mn Right!

Bellevue, OH

#25 Mar 19, 2013
curious wrote:
To D@mn Right: Evidently you are the one that did not pay attention! I stated that not every person or family desires to go with the all out publicity! Some prefer to be PRIVATE! I am not disagreeing with the public support for Andy! That is the way Andy's family and friends decided to help! Not every family decides to go public! It is an individual decision! Don't put down someone's decision to help their family and friends in any way that they want to! Be it publicly or privately!
No they don't. We don't bc we don't want handouts.
lmao

Fenton, MI

#26 Mar 19, 2013
I know for a fact Andy's family did not ask these girls to do this... they wanted it kept quite but you have some women in this town that crave drama and crave praise for there name. These ladies were self indulging they were in know way looking to benefit anyone but themselves. By the way without saying any names I bet a couple of these girls wouldn't know Andy if he was standing in there living room! Lmao

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#27 Mar 20, 2013
lmao wrote:
I know for a fact Andy's family did not ask these girls to do this... they wanted it kept quite but you have some women in this town that crave drama and crave praise for there name. These ladies were self indulging they were in know way looking to benefit anyone but themselves. By the way without saying any names I bet a couple of these girls wouldn't know Andy if he was standing in there living room! Lmao
you show your intelligence by not using proper grammer and not knowing how to spell. example they were in know way looking to benefit....and everything was started as a group not by any one two or three people. from what I have seen and heard the family is very appreciative of everything that has been done. Also no one published anything on Andys condition they left that up to the family when they were ready to do so.
All the benefits are being done by his friends with Andys permission. So not only are you illiterate you don't know what you are talking about.
Amazed

Medina, OH

#28 Mar 20, 2013
Andy is an amazing person he has touched so many people b4 this illness and that's why there is so much support for this young man.... Why do people feel they need to talk negative about what's being done for someone, why can't you be happy for someone who has an illness? To me this means you aren't happy with your own life. Where has human compassion gone?its not Andy's fault the community has stepped up to support him.

Since: Jun 11

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#29 Mar 20, 2013
Amazed wrote:
Andy is an amazing person he has touched so many people b4 this illness and that's why there is so much support for this young man.... Why do people feel they need to talk negative about what's being done for someone, why can't you be happy for someone who has an illness? To me this means you aren't happy with your own life. Where has human compassion gone?its not Andy's fault the community has stepped up to support him.
and from what I understand with all this getting out about Andy there is a doctor in Baltimore who wants to see him and maybe can help him. So maybe there can be something done for other people with this condition.
Greg Giesige

Denver, CO

#30 Mar 21, 2013
It is sad what happened to my cusin andy. But threw it God has brought a town together and people have started to learn to actually start to pray and talk to our heavenly father. Andy is good guy so for people to be writing nasty things or mean things because of this is just wrong. I and my church are praying for you and hope you keep getting better.
icallbs

Bellevue, OH

#31 Mar 21, 2013
It's funny how compassion only comes out when events become personal. I often do you help others(complete strangers)? I bet not often if ever. Maybe even look the other way. But bc you may know him well now it's time to get off your ass and pray. Just remember he's not the only one sick in the town.
curious

Celina, OH

#32 Mar 21, 2013
To all that are working so hard at the benfit and all the other people who are working to do anything to help Andy, God Bless You! You are all so awesome! This just reaffirms to me that people in this county still have a heart and are willing to help their fellow man! You are all Angels!
curious

Celina, OH

#33 Mar 22, 2013
To icallbs: How many acts of kindness have you done in your lifetime? Have you paid someone's grocery bill? Have you paid for someone's gas at the gas station? Have you paid for the next in line's lunch at McDonald's? Have you spent time in a nursing home, just to visit a resident you don't personally know? Have you helped a neighbor because they were sick and couldn't mow the grass or shovel the snow? Have you ever saw a young mother take groceries from her cart and the cost was more money than she had, so she had to put some things back? Did you pay for the things that she could not afford? Did you buy that little boy or girl that you saw with shoes that were falling apart, those shoes they desperately needed? Have you bought a prescription for a sick friend because they could not afford to buy it, but it was a prescription to prolong their life? Have you helped a struggling family by paying their electric or gas bill? These are random acts of kindness. Some of these things I have seen being done for some one less fortunate! Some of these things I have done my self! We need more people in this world that are willing to be kind to each other, to help each other out, and just to be a Blessing to others! Are you a Blessing to others, or do you just sit there and complain when someone receives a Blessing?
icallbs

Bellevue, OH

#34 Mar 22, 2013
curious wrote:
To icallbs: How many acts of kindness have you done in your lifetime? Have you paid someone's grocery bill? Have you paid for someone's gas at the gas station? Have you paid for the next in line's lunch at McDonald's? Have you spent time in a nursing home, just to visit a resident you don't personally know? Have you helped a neighbor because they were sick and couldn't mow the grass or shovel the snow? Have you ever saw a young mother take groceries from her cart and the cost was more money than she had, so she had to put some things back? Did you pay for the things that she could not afford? Did you buy that little boy or girl that you saw with shoes that were falling apart, those shoes they desperately needed? Have you bought a prescription for a sick friend because they could not afford to buy it, but it was a prescription to prolong their life? Have you helped a struggling family by paying their electric or gas bill? These are random acts of kindness. Some of these things I have seen being done for some one less fortunate! Some of these things I have done my self! We need more people in this world that are willing to be kind to each other, to help each other out, and just to be a Blessing to others! Are you a Blessing to others, or do you just sit there and complain when someone receives a Blessing?
Yes I sit here and complain! These aren't random acts of kindness. I know for a fact a people who are financially benefitting from his illness. That is the part of this that upsets me. By the way the lady at cvs today receivers her $116 worth of medication because I did pay for it as she didn't have enough in her purse. When she left to go try to find someone to help her pay I had the clerk ring it up with mine. It's unfortunate that he has an illness. It's all the others who seem to not exist with illness that are forgotten.
curious

Celina, OH

#35 Mar 23, 2013
icallbs: I'm sure all the families out there that are dealing with a loved ones illness would really like to hear that you think their loved one is forgotten or non-existant. Especially the ones that give their time and energy and love to take care of that ill or terminally ill loved one! Forgotten, really? Are you serious? Just because there is not a benefit for them? That is pathetic!!!!! I think that is the most rude and crude statement I have heard a human being make!!!!
icallbs

Bellevue, OH

#36 Mar 23, 2013
curious wrote:
icallbs: I'm sure all the families out there that are dealing with a loved ones illness would really like to hear that you think their loved one is forgotten or non-existant. Especially the ones that give their time and energy and love to take care of that ill or terminally ill loved one! Forgotten, really? Are you serious? Just because there is not a benefit for them? That is pathetic!!!!! I think that is the most rude and crude statement I have heard a human being make!!!!
Want to hear another, it's people like you that are to blame. Prove me wrong! You can't!
curious

Celina, OH

#37 Mar 27, 2013
icallbs: People like me, huh? You don't know me or anything about me. If you did, you would be eating crow! Sorry! To get to the point: No matter what is happening, a fund raiser, donations, a benefit, someone benefits financially! Hopefully the person the benefit is for is the one that benefits more, but that doesn't always happen. I've also known people who have taken advantage of a fundraiser and they took money. Unfortunately, the fundraiser was for a small child. But this person was prosecuted. So if you know for a fact that someone is taking money from Andy's benefit, then you should be a stand up citizen and report it! It's your duty! Or would you rather just complain?
icallbs

North Hampton, OH

#38 Mar 27, 2013
And you don't know me so don't tell me I'm wrong if you can't handle the Sam damn reply. We have a family member who is blind and a dialysis patient who lives with us to prevent him from being in the nursing home. He is dependant on us for every single aspect of his life. With all do respect I forget about this thread why don't you do the same. Go kiss Andy's ass for whatever self promotional reasons you need and let it go!
Celina citizen

Dayton, OH

#39 Apr 1, 2013
I'm so sorry people are talking like this:( andy is a great person...i know the family, and i would donate to any of the above., i was only asked by someone from Andy! I really cannot believe someone would say bad things about a community pulling together.....about the kids that lost their parents i did hear of that and donated also... who wouldn't? Ive been from celina my entire life and this was the most positive thing to bring a community together, how dare someone try to take that away? And by the way i am Larry Sattlers niece and he to thought it was nice what people were doing for Andy, and what we did for his son during his cancer battle not so long ago..again the community pulled together.....
Celina citizen

Dayton, OH

#40 Apr 1, 2013
sorry wrote:
I can tell you this im sorry he fell ill and i hope he makes a full recovery but i think the this pray thing is going a little to far. I mean larry sattler is in very bad shape but i havent heard anyone say pray for him. Is anyone praying for the children in celina who didnt have dinner last night. Or how about the people on life support in the hospital. Or the young children who lost there parents in the car wreck. Sorry if you think this is heartless but i also keep hearing how this town pulled together..... how about you pull together and save our youth from drugs or stop crime or help the elderly lady next door to you.........bottom line this is all about being on the band wagon.....and i find it really disgusting holly miller and dawg town are profiting off of someones misfortune..... again i hope he recovers quick and has a very long happy life.
How could DAWG TOWN benefit at selling a shirt for $4? and the people selling them for $ 10 to make a $6 profit on all shirts? I think Dawg town maybe loosing money....? And I know many people who haved prayed for Larry Sattler....including myself:)

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