Laura

New York, NY

#22 Jun 30, 2012
Think about it wrote:
You kno it amazes me that obviously she wasnt the greatest person and did things that have had a direct negative effect on many people. However, people are on here judging her for what she has done, when most of the ones who are saying bad things knew her well enough to kno the bad she has done which means you probably affiliated with her meaning you also probably arent the greatest person either. Frolicking around in the 3 ring circus along with her. Remember, you may be angry at her for whatever your reasons are but there are people who are close to her that had nothing to do with it that are grieving right now, and the things you are saying are breaking everyones hearts. She is gone, dont worry about her anymore, but let her rest in peace. She has already answered to the only man fitting to judge when she took her last breath last night. Just let it go now.
Her family and children are going thru hell her oldest is 10 yrs old how do you tell her that HER MOMMY is in heaven? Think of her kids and family to them it didnt matter about what she had done she was trying to change her life around for the better.
hmwowwww

Springfield, PA

#23 Jun 30, 2012
My prayers go to the family, Especially the little girl, First her daddy a couple years ago.. Now Mommy.. So so sad. :-(
david scheuerman

United States

#24 Jun 30, 2012
for one thing there was no truck involve in the accident. i was first on scene and no truck was involved. i talked to jimmy and he said he was sorry and was going to fast. he was crying i told him to relax and it was an accident. i am sure he didnt want that to happen. so to all who that werent at the scene to see what happened dont speculate. he and all who responded to the accident have to live with what happened and what we saw. think before you speak, or atleast ask someone who knows something.
Just Wondering

Syracuse, NY

#25 Jun 30, 2012
hmwowwww wrote:
My prayers go to the family, Especially the little girl, First her daddy a couple years ago.. Now Mommy.. So so sad.:-(
I agree with you, I feel so sorry for that little girl, that is a very sad situation for her. I couldn't imagine having to go through that at such a young age. Shame on the people making this drama also think about the situation and especially that little girl that will no longer have any of her parents in her life.
firefighter

United States

#26 Jun 30, 2012
there was no truck people he was racing another wheeler dust got in his eys and he couldn't see and wrecked so stop spreading stories
not surprised

New York, NY

#27 Jun 30, 2012
well he isnt a pro, the 1st mistake was him racing the 2nd is he is always drunk, did they do tests to see
dont

Albany, NY

#28 Jun 30, 2012
forget your goggles kids
nose job

United States

#29 Jul 1, 2012
david scheuerman wrote:
for one thing there was no truck involve in the accident. i was first on scene and no truck was involved. i talked to jimmy and he said he was sorry and was going to fast. he was crying i told him to relax and it was an accident. i am sure he didnt want that to happen. so to all who that werent at the scene to see what happened dont speculate. he and all who responded to the accident have to live with what happened and what we saw. think before you speak, or atleast ask someone who knows something.
ohhh david your our hero why dont you slow your driving down some before you cause a accident thanks by by
correct english

Albany, NY

#30 Jul 1, 2012
should read "cause AN accident" thanks
nose job

United States

#31 Jul 1, 2012
correct english wrote:
should read "cause AN accident" thanks
thanks for the english lesson douche bag i didnt know topixs was a grammer school
BePositive

Syracuse, NY

#32 Jul 1, 2012
nose job wrote:
<quoted text>ohhh david your our hero why dont you slow your driving down some before you cause a accident thanks by by
No one should judge our first responders. They work incredibly hard, give up personal and family time to train and respond to emergencies, and sometimes have to deal with horrible sights and the memories of them. You might try saying "thank you", get off your high horse and make the sacrafices to become a volunteer, or just say nothing if you can't say something positive.
nose job

United States

#33 Jul 1, 2012
BePositive wrote:
<quoted text>
No one should judge our first responders. They work incredibly hard, give up personal and family time to train and respond to emergencies, and sometimes have to deal with horrible sights and the memories of them. You might try saying "thank you", get off your high horse and make the sacrafices to become a volunteer, or just say nothing if you can't say something positive.
all im saying is slow the hell down or one day they will be responding to him all piled up in the ditch and i never said one bad word about volunteers so blow it out your ass
Stop Complaining

Syracuse, NY

#34 Jul 1, 2012
nose job wrote:
<quoted text>all im saying is slow the hell down or one day they will be responding to him all piled up in the ditch and i never said one bad word about volunteers so blow it out your ass
Typical poster. Can't have an intelligent discussion. One difference in opinion and the response is profanity and rudeness.

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#35 Jul 1, 2012
If I'm laying on the side of the road someday due to an accident, please DON'T slow down!! Your speedy arrival just may save my life.

And everyone else: PAY ATTENTION for a change and get the h*77 out of the way. Hang up your cell phones and turn them off. You're SUPPOSED to be DRIVING, not talking or texting. Watch for the lights, listen for the sirens, and get the hell out of the way!

Many thanks to all volunteers!
mmm

Utica, NY

#36 Jul 1, 2012
david scheuerman wrote:
for one thing there was no truck involve in the accident. i was first on scene and no truck was involved. i talked to jimmy and he said he was sorry and was going to fast. he was crying i told him to relax and it was an accident. i am sure he didnt want that to happen. so to all who that werent at the scene to see what happened dont speculate. he and all who responded to the accident have to live with what happened and what we saw. think before you speak, or atleast ask someone who knows something.
You shouldn't be telling us what he said...
nose job

United States

#37 Jul 1, 2012
Sparkie49 wrote:
If I'm laying on the side of the road someday due to an accident, please DON'T slow down!! Your speedy arrival just may save my life.
And everyone else: PAY ATTENTION for a change and get the h*77 out of the way. Hang up your cell phones and turn them off. You're SUPPOSED to be DRIVING, not talking or texting. Watch for the lights, listen for the sirens, and get the hell out of the way!
Many thanks to all volunteers!
its not his speedy driving when he is on calls that im talking about thats fine every time he leavs his home or where ever he's going is what im talking about and once again you ignorant twits im not saying anything bad about the voulunteers so get over it i can speek my mind about someones unsafe driving whenever the hell i want

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#38 Jul 1, 2012
nose job wrote:
its not his speedy driving when he is on calls that im talking about thats fine
Thanks
nose job wrote:
every time he leavs his home or where ever he's going is what im talking about and once again you ignorant twits
Um... you said NOTHING about "when he leavs his home" earlier... we're supposed to know what you mean to say, but don't?
nose job wrote:
im not saying anything bad about the voulunteers so get over it
You were yelling at a volunteer in a thread about an accident. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that people are going to interpret your comments as towards the volunteer.
nose job wrote:
i can speek my mind about someones unsafe driving whenever the hell i want
That you can do. I would just appreciate you doing it in the proper context and after you've either learned how to spell or use the embedded spell checker.
nose job

United States

#39 Jul 1, 2012
Sparkie49 wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks
<quoted text>
Um... you said NOTHING about "when he leavs his home" earlier... we're supposed to know what you mean to say, but don't?
<quoted text>
You were yelling at a volunteer in a thread about an accident. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that people are going to interpret your comments as towards the volunteer.
<quoted text>
That you can do. I would just appreciate you doing it in the proper context and after you've either learned how to spell or use the embedded spell checker.
so why dont you stop on over sparkie and teach me how to spell id love to be perfect just like you please please teach me your awsomeness

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#40 Jul 1, 2012
You know the old adage: "Never argue with a fool..."
It's called SPELL CHECK. You're on a computer, LOOK IT UP. Jeasus.... Actually, I think you and I are finished. I prefer to converse with people who have some logical reasoning skillset. AMF...
nose job

United States

#41 Jul 2, 2012
im new to computers where is the spell check no joke oh and im not sure but is that how you spell jesus

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