Friends who 'touched the lives of so many'

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As his son's coffin lay in front of the altar at St. Barnabas Roman Catholic Church in Merrick yesterday, Michael Moniz suddenly doubled over from sharp chest pains, and paramedics rushed to the first pew to ... Full Story
N Willis

Bronx, NY

#1 May 1, 2007
A definite shift in behavior, responsibility and consequences would transpire if the law was reversed. I truly believe the legal drinking age should be 18 and the driving age should be raised to at least 18 if not 20!
SUSAN

AOL

#2 May 1, 2007
Why is no one commenting on how this young man came to be behind the wheel of a car obviously to powerful for him to handle? Was he given permission? Did he take it without his parent's knowledge?
The Menna Family-Merrick

AOL

#3 May 1, 2007
We pray for both of these families, and feel their pain. We can't even imagine how they feel, but we want them to know that these kids will be missed, and remembered for the wonderful friends that they were to one another and their peers. Mike and Jack will continue their bond in another life together, and those left behind will remember their smiles and comfort eachother with common memories of these two boys taken at such a young age. Beautiful children to be proud of.
Mother of two

AOL

#4 May 1, 2007
SUSAN wrote:
Why is no one commenting on how this young man came to be behind the wheel of a car obviously to powerful for him to handle? Was he given permission? Did he take it without his parent's knowledge?
Does it really matter at this point.Have a heart and show some respect for grieving families
Bellmore

Oyster Bay, NY

#5 May 1, 2007
my condolences are with you. . rest in peace mike and jack
Mi and KS

Ocean Grove, NJ

#8 May 2, 2007
thank God that a mom and her kids were not killed from their reckless driving.

lets NOT THANK GOD THAT YOUR ALIVE BECASUE OBVIOUSLY YOU HAVE NO HEART AND SHUD BE THE ONE IN AN ACCIDENT UNLIKE THESE TWO AMAZING BOYS....PEOPLE THESE DAYS ... YOUR SICK.
defeedme

Saint Louis, MO

#9 May 2, 2007
unbelievable, jackass going 100 weaving at 8pm - if your gonna go fast, do it in a straight line on the lie or ocean pkwy at 2AM. When nobody is on the road, and for God sakes, never with a passenger.
mella

Franklin Square, NY

#10 May 2, 2007
hey DEFEEDME.. shutup? thanks.

RIP boys<3
dfsfdsf

Brooklyn, NY

#11 May 2, 2007
jkjk
SPEED KILLS

Denver, CO

#12 May 2, 2007
SUSAN wrote:
Why is no one commenting on how this young man came to be behind the wheel of a car obviously to powerful for him to handle? Was he given permission? Did he take it without his parent's knowledge?
you should check other threads on this forum, trust me plenty is being said...
loveee

New York, NY

#13 May 3, 2007
SUSAN wrote:
Why is no one commenting on how this young man came to be behind the wheel of a car obviously to powerful for him to handle? Was he given permission? Did he take it without his parent's knowledge?
actually no, he didnt take it without his parents knowledge. he worked hard everyday and got that car himself with his own hard earned money. so maybe tats why no one is commenting about that.
defeed

Center Moriches, NY

#15 May 4, 2007
mella...

I was young once too, and I had common sense, you want to speed, you take your chances when the road is wide open, 2AM, in a straight line, no passengers. At 17 I was smart/ethical enough to know this fact. Jackass murdered his innocent friend and risked the lives of everyone else on the road at 8pm, weaving, witnesses, JACKASS.
jfk student

Brooklyn, NY

#16 May 4, 2007
SUSAN wrote:
Why is no one commenting on how this young man came to be behind the wheel of a car obviously to powerful for him to handle? Was he given permission? Did he take it without his parent's knowledge?
the car was in his dads name, but he always used it
jfk student

Brooklyn, NY

#17 May 4, 2007
defeed wrote:
mella...
I was young once too, and I had common sense, you want to speed, you take your chances when the road is wide open, 2AM, in a straight line, no passengers. At 17 I was smart/ethical enough to know this fact. Jackass murdered his innocent friend and risked the lives of everyone else on the road at 8pm, weaving, witnesses, JACKASS.
you're a jackass.
jfk student

Brooklyn, NY

#18 May 4, 2007
N Willis wrote:
A definite shift in behavior, responsibility and consequences would transpire if the law was reversed. I truly believe the legal drinking age should be 18 and the driving age should be raised to at least 18 if not 20!
what does drinking have to do with any of this
bob

Harlingen, TX

#20 Apr 17, 2012
heyyyyyyyyy

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