Drowned Mich. toddlers buried in sepa...

Drowned Mich. toddlers buried in separate services

There are 68 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Oct 23, 2010, titled Drowned Mich. toddlers buried in separate services. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

The 10-month-old boy seriously injured in a head-on collision the killed two people, including his mother, Friday is recovering and was reunited with his father Friday evening, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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#69 Oct 24, 2010
very upset wrote:
<quoted text> thankyou people seem to forget that it was my neice that is dead and that my great nephew is in the hospital. that his father is now a widower at the age of 29 and all you other people can talk about is your precious amercan pot law. please go get stoned find the nearest bridge and jump off you idiots signed the aunt and uncle of the deceased.
I agree with you but look at the people you are venting on-to them their pot is much more important to them then any baby.
The Mirror

United States

#70 Oct 24, 2010
reefer madness, reap your sadness.
dopers in denial.
first sign of addiction.
Steve Hartman


#71 Oct 24, 2010
Beenherelongtime wrote:
You know, not everyone was born with the silver spoon.
Sometimes hardship can over ride All else.
Silver spoon? Yep, that would be me growing up. I lived in a shack on top of Ocean-Barson Market from the ages of 6,7, and 8. You could see the stars at night through the cracks in the plankboard walls.

I rode out the flood of 1955 there as well. I remember when the Langendorf bread man backed his truck halfway down Ocean St. Hill to rescue my single mom and carry me in his arms to his truck. Arnold Bertozzi was his name, and Arnold took us to his house because we had no place to live.

So you just tell me about hardship, Ol' Son... I know that when you're a kid it's because of circumstances you likely did not cause. However, from your teen years on up, chances are good that you ended up in hardship by your own foolish choices.

Santa Cruz, CA

#72 Oct 24, 2010
As a well educated sober person, I do not bother reading the insane diatribe ramblings of our drug addicted society that are sadly reflected here.
Knowing Santa Cruz, what would be the point of reading that which has no bearing. Most of us that are sane and intelligent never do read their nonessential postings.

The real issue is: Condolences to the family of the lost women.

To the family. In your grief remember that most good people recognize the enormity of this tragedy and our thoughts and prayers are with you every minute. The harm this drug addicted person has done to your family is felt by this community as well .

Santa Cruz, CA

#73 Oct 24, 2010
Steve wrote,
"So you just tell me about hardship, Ol' Son..."

OK, ol' dad... I'll do just that, I'll tell you a
little something about hardship.
You were poor hungry cold and homeless with no dad growing up. Sounds like you had a pretty tough time!......

Holy cr-p man, I wish those where the problems I had in life, Steve. I really do....I think I got the sh-t end of the stick here.
You know Steve, I could tell you more horror stories about certain hardships, "I'm not inclined or willing to share, you'll just have to take my word for it, and is not open for discussion" than you would ever even care to stomach....Especially if your saddened by tragedies.

We don't need to go any farther with this do we Steve? Neither of us are here for a p-ssing match about hardship are we?....
Its an old can of worms that I don't want to open.

Steve Hartman


#74 Oct 25, 2010
Beenherelongtime wrote:
We don't need to go any farther with this do we Steve?
Nope. I'm good if you are...

Walnut Creek, CA

#75 Oct 25, 2010
It's now Monday the 25th and the identity of the Jeep driver is still not released.

Is it unknown or being withheld?

Didn't the CHP talk to the deceased?
I've observed at accident scenes that asking an injured person his name is standard procedure for the "orientation" test. And some form of ID, license or vehicle registration must have been present.

I guess the Sentinel is repressing comments on the last three stories about this.
Steve Hartman


#76 Oct 25, 2010
jgolder wrote:
It's now Monday the 25th and the identity of the Jeep driver is still not released.
Check newly posted Sentinel stories. It's there.

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