morning dew

Clearfield, PA

#83 Feb 12, 2013
Hand Out wrote:
<quoted text> Here we go...hopefully they were responsible enough to carry rental insurance so they can replace the material possessions they lost. Hopefully the lost businesses carried insurance as well. Quigley is a business man. A fire happened. No one was hurt or injured (Thank God) so why does this automatically mean a hand out?
seriously ????? r u crazy????? have u ever had a fire? have u ever lost ur home and all ur possesions u worked so hard for your whole life????? sounds like that answer is a big NO! seriously....do u have a heart? until u walk in those peoples shoes i wouldnt b saying things like that.do u even know the situation? 13 people lost there homes AND THEY ALL HAD CHILDREN! one had a young boy,one a 16 yr.old girl and the other a 7 yr.old disabled boy and another 8 year old. a handout????? is that what u call it?wow....u r severly COLDHEARTED!!!!! these people just lost their entire lives and to NO fault of their own! Quigley didnt havw ANY of his buildings up tocode and that one was considered unlivable back in Jan_he shouldve sent them all sumwhere else then and saved them from this tragic loss.dont talk until u walk in the same shoes....please?!!!!!
dumb landlord

France

#84 Feb 12, 2013
dumb cook wrote:
The fire at the house by the bar started because the dingbat that lived there put a pan of grease on the stove and left it turned on. Kinda like the dumb�ss that burnt the house down on locust street a few years ago.<quoted text>
Investigators took the stove from the apartment and determined it was faulty and started the fire. Quigley tried to blame it on the tenant and failed. I'm sure investigators will be just as thorough with this current Quigley fire.
justifiable

Clearfield, PA

#85 Feb 12, 2013
Hand Out wrote:
<quoted text> Here we go...hopefully they were responsible enough to carry rental insurance so they can replace the material possessions they lost. Hopefully the lost businesses carried insurance as well. Quigley is a business man. A fire happened. No one was hurt or injured (Thank God) so why does this automatically mean a hand out?
by the way.... those people in the fire havents
asked for anything_and even if they did they would never get back even HALF of what they lost.u sound completely ridiculous! where r u sleeping tonight?i bet in your nice cozy warm bed in your nice warm house.those people are going to be stuck out in the cold WITH CHILDREN and no place to go.u sound very ignorant to this kind of situation.luckily,u dont live in this town because we live in a tight nit community where we are all trying to pull together to help all of them,buissnesses too.i think u should go back and reread what you posted so you can see what a complete jerk and heartless jacka*s u sound like.
Reality check

Youngstown, OH

#86 Feb 12, 2013
morning dew wrote:
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seriously ????? r u crazy????? have u ever had a fire? have u ever lost ur home and all ur possesions u worked so hard for your whole life????? sounds like that answer is a big NO! seriously....do u have a heart? until u walk in those peoples shoes i wouldnt b saying things like that.do u even know the situation? 13 people lost there homes AND THEY ALL HAD CHILDREN! one had a young boy,one a 16 yr.old girl and the other a 7 yr.old disabled boy and another 8 year old. a handout????? is that what u call it?wow....u r severly COLDHEARTED!!!!! these people just lost their entire lives and to NO fault of their own! Quigley didnt havw ANY of his buildings up tocode and that one was considered unlivable back in Jan_he shouldve sent them all sumwhere else then and saved them from this tragic loss.dont talk until u walk in the same shoes....please?!!!!!
Do some homework before donating to these fire victims. Squatters ,druggies and thieves... Give them stuff for the kids, but cash will be wasted.
its sad

Clearfield, PA

#87 Feb 12, 2013
Reality check wrote:
<quoted text>Do some homework before donating to these fire victims. Squatters ,druggies and thieves... Give them stuff for the kids, but cash will be wasted.
I heard that too. Heard they hadnt paid rent in months. Typical wellfare trash.
Reality check

Youngstown, OH

#88 Feb 12, 2013
its sad wrote:
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I heard that too. Heard they hadnt paid rent in months. Typical wellfare trash.
Police & Sheriff there on a regular basis, don't confuse generosity and compassion with reality. Some people just suck.
Pitchfork

Coraopolis, PA

#89 Feb 12, 2013
The building was safe to live in, otherwise, it would have been posted as being condemned. Why do people lie so much? Two families, equating to two women, one male, one female teen, three boys and one girl all under seven were displaced. Thers some lady named Kim and her wild crew that was evicted because of her own doing and they shouldn't have been in the property. It's this Kim lady that's always had the cops called on her with alot of drug activity going on. The two families I described before never caused trouble, and just because they may not have alot of money doesn't mean they would waste anything given to them. To make statements like that without knowing the people or situation is wrong. I'm sure alot of the money raised will go to Ethans. It is a very popular and well liked local establishment.

And I don't want to make false assumptions about the cause of the fire, but I know for a fact that someone close with the evicted drug lady named Kim stood downtown on sunday telling people on the street lies about the building being condemned and that it was an electrical failure. Why would someone go to that great length unless they hated Quigley or had something to cover up? It's Something to think about. This Kim lady, by the way, received $900 in gift cards from the Red Cross when all of her belongings were already in storage. But don't blame her bad actions on the other two families I described. I think the community pulling together to help all of the tenants is A wonderful thing.
Pitchfork

Coraopolis, PA

#90 Feb 12, 2013
dumb landlord wrote:
<quoted text>
Investigators took the stove from the apartment and determined it was faulty and started the fire. Quigley tried to blame it on the tenant and failed. I'm sure investigators will be just as thorough with this current Quigley fire.
Do you have proof of this?
morons

Altoona, PA

#91 Feb 13, 2013
The proof is with the tenant. Ask norm. It wasn't a faulty stove. You're feeding into one of the trash in-takers on this one. Don't fall a victim of stupidity.
Pitchfork

Coraopolis, PA

#92 Feb 13, 2013
The trash talker is pretty obvious on this forum.
genius

Westland, MI

#93 Feb 13, 2013
Pitchfork wrote:
I'm sure alot of the money raised will go to Ethans. It is a very popular and well liked local establishment.
Are you dumb or just stupid???? The fundraiser is for the families so they can buy personal items.
Reality check

Pittsburgh, PA

#94 Feb 13, 2013
genius wrote:
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Are you dumb or just stupid???? The fundraiser is for the families so they can buy personal items.
Probably wise to hold off on donating until somebody explains how donations will be distributed . And yes,that would mean a source other than Topix...
Reality check

Pittsburgh, PA

#95 Feb 13, 2013
Reality check wrote:
<quoted text>Probably wise to hold off on donating until somebody explains how donations will be distributed . And yes,that would mean a source other than Topix...
sorry, double post
genius

Westland, MI

#96 Feb 13, 2013
Reality check wrote:
<quoted text>Probably wise to hold off on donating until somebody explains how donations will be distributed . And yes,that would mean a source other than Topix...
I agree with you completely... I was just stating that a charity dinner usually isn't set-up to help an established business.
Pitchfork

Mckeesport, PA

#97 Feb 13, 2013
genius wrote:
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I agree with you completely... I was just stating that a charity dinner usually isn't set-up to help an established business.
You should look into it and get more info before speaking on it.
Pitchfork

Mckeesport, PA

#98 Feb 13, 2013
Pitchfork wrote:
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You should look into it and get more info before speaking on it.
And trust me, I'm speaking from experience on this one. I've had my ass handed to me a few times on this thread.
dumb landlord

Clearfield, PA

#99 Feb 13, 2013
Pitchfork wrote:
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Do you have proof of this?
Unless you have a vested interest in the contents of the apartments, no proof will be shown to nosy busybodies from Topix. I don't post anything that isn't true.
Pitchfork

Mckeesport, PA

#100 Feb 13, 2013
dumb landlord wrote:
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I don't post anything that isn't true.
Thats your biggest lie yet!
Hand Out

Loretto, PA

#101 Feb 13, 2013
morning dew wrote:
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seriously ????? r u crazy????? have u ever had a fire? have u ever lost ur home and all ur possesions u worked so hard for your whole life????? sounds like that answer is a big NO! seriously....do u have a heart? until u walk in those peoples shoes i wouldnt b saying things like that.do u even know the situation? 13 people lost there homes AND THEY ALL HAD CHILDREN! one had a young boy,one a 16 yr.old girl and the other a 7 yr.old disabled boy and another 8 year old. a handout????? is that what u call it?wow....u r severly COLDHEARTED!!!!! these people just lost their entire lives and to NO fault of their own! Quigley didnt havw ANY of his buildings up tocode and that one was considered unlivable back in Jan_he shouldve sent them all sumwhere else then and saved them from this tragic loss.dont talk until u walk in the same shoes....please?!!!!!
SERIOUSLY!! I am sleeping in my own bed quite comfortably thank you and I will not address your remarks of coldheartedness. I give to charities (several of them...each month) and to my church. I help the needy...not the lazy, the greedy and the helpless!! I work very hard for what I have and don't ask for handouts. It's called PRIDE and responsibility...which leads me back to my point that they should have had insurance. You're welcome!!
poof proof

Clearfield, PA

#102 Feb 13, 2013
Reality check wrote:
<quoted text>Probably wise to hold off on donating until somebody explains how donations will be distributed . And yes,that would mean a source other than Topix...
Yeah, our noble Topix do-gooder has a habit of leaving trails to nowhere about being in charge of other people's generosities...

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