MTV Buckwild Tragedy
Please Read

El Dorado, AR

#1 Apr 10, 2013
A lot of people in our part of the state have the same type of lifestyle as those kids from the MTV show "Buckwild". They get a little crazy and drink a little too much, then think its ok to operate a motor vehicle as long as its off-road. I don't know if that poor boy who died had been drinking or not, but the accident is tragic either way. If any of you like to go mudding or know anyone who does, and I bet you do, please speak up and remind them to be careful and remind them of that poor child that died just trying to have fun.
Actually

El Dorado, AR

#2 Apr 10, 2013
Please Read wrote:
A lot of people in our part of the state have the same type of lifestyle as those kids from the MTV show "Buckwild". They get a little crazy and drink a little too much, then think its ok to operate a motor vehicle as long as its off-road. I don't know if that poor boy who died had been drinking or not, but the accident is tragic either way. If any of you like to go mudding or know anyone who does, and I bet you do, please speak up and remind them to be careful and remind them of that poor child that died just trying to have fun.
That's called Darwin at work.
Gosh

El Dorado, AR

#3 Apr 10, 2013
Actually wrote:
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That's called Darwin at work.
That is so cruel. Survival of the fittest doesn't apply here at all. That guy may have been a redneck but it doesn't mean he was stupid. We all make mistakes and most of the time they don't result in death. And he was only a kid! Survival of the fittest is more of a concept of competition in the world of success. The days of barbarians beating each other over the head with clubs is over. Survival of the fittest was also a concept for animals, not the thinking human. The only guy I knew to use survival of the fittest in an argument for human application was Hitler. So way to go, you damn Nazi.
Its Scott Biatches

El Dorado, AR

#4 Apr 10, 2013
There's always some fool getting drunk and passing out in a truck then falling over dead from carbon monoxide.
Its Scott Biatches

El Dorado, AR

#5 Apr 10, 2013
Not to mention the whole cast was a bunch of looser misfits that didn't deserve to be glorified on Moron TV
wtf

El Dorado, AR

#6 Apr 10, 2013
You're calling them losers but you can't even spell the word loser correctly? Wow.
wtf

El Dorado, AR

#7 Apr 10, 2013
Its Scott Biatches wrote:
There's always some fool getting drunk and passing out in a truck then falling over dead from carbon monoxide.
I've never heard of that in my life and neither have you. The only time carbon monoxide poisoning in a vehicle is ever talked about is if its a suicide. Idiot.

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#8 Apr 10, 2013
Inbred hillbilly trash. I hear his daddy was also his brother. He got some money, got as high as he could, and didn't have the brains or proper raising to know any better.
to crazyass

United States

#9 Apr 10, 2013
Gosh wrote:
<quoted text> That is so cruel. Survival of the fittest doesn't apply here at all. That guy may have been a redneck but it doesn't mean he was stupid. We all make mistakes and most of the time they don't result in death. And he was only a kid! Survival of the fittest is more of a concept of competition in the world of success. The days of barbarians beating each other over the head with clubs is over. Survival of the fittest was also a concept for animals, not the thinking human. The only guy I knew to use survival of the fittest in an argument for human application was Hitler. So way to go, you damn Nazi.
It applies perfectly here. Dumbasses as raised by dumbass parents, in turn doing dumbass things. This leads to early departure.

Unfortunately, our nanny-state nation prolongs this inevitability.
buckwild

Cedar Park, TX

#10 Apr 10, 2013
Yes shain gandee from buckwild had been drinking at a local bar with his uncle and buddy they left the bar about 3am and told other ppl at the bar that they were going muddin in his bronco the 3 of them were found in a mudhole about a mile from the guys house and the tailpipe was sunk in mud that's why carbon monoxide was a possibility for the 3s death since no 'foul play' was expected. In just about every episode of the first season most of the kids went muddin its just what they did. Its crazy tho MTV had already started filming for the second season the week before shain passed away. If they do restart filming the show it will never be they same since he is gone and 2 others have gotten in trouble one of the girls violated her probation she was arrested for oxycontin and heroin and one of the guys got a dwi. Does anyone know if his autopsy report has been released to the public?
Its Scott Biatches

United States

#11 Apr 10, 2013
wtf wrote:
You're calling them losers but you can't even spell the word loser correctly? Wow.
Yea I can spell but Apple likes looser better so be it and if you've never heard of anyone croaking in a car while sleeping then you must be pretty young.
Wow

El Dorado, AR

#12 Apr 11, 2013
to crazyass wrote:
<quoted text>
It applies perfectly here. Dumbasses as raised by dumbass parents, in turn doing dumbass things. This leads to early departure.
Unfortunately, our nanny-state nation prolongs this inevitability.
you sound like such a kind hearted and sympathetic person. I bet you have a lot of love in your life. Not. Topix stalking loser. Everyone knows you're miserable or else you wouldn't a. Be so callous about the DEATH of a young boy and b. Be on every topix post every damn day. You must have SO many friends, considering you are on topix so much. Obviously sarcasm there. You are a pathetic, miserable, psycho fuck. Would you like to copy my post now you no life loser? I would say that after speaking ill of the dead karma is coming for you, but since you're a miserable loser with no life but topix, I'd say she's already got your ass in a nice little bitter wad. Have fun with no love in your life! I see that is working great for you!
Britney Mac

El Dorado, AR

#13 Apr 11, 2013
to crazyass wrote:
<quoted text>
It applies perfectly here. Dumbasses as raised by dumbass parents, in turn doing dumbass things. This leads to early departure.
Unfortunately, our nanny-state nation prolongs this inevitability.
I don't know about you but I had great parents who are good people, successful, well-educated and church-oriented. I was raised that way and intend to be like them when I grow up (I'm just 20 and still in school). But when I was in my early to mid-teens I was rebellious and stupid. I would get drunk and do drugs and would ride in cars with people who did the same. It was only by chance or the grace of the God that I wasn't one of the unlucky ones that wind up dead because of bad decisions. Young kids do stupid things. And yea I know, the guy was 21 but that is still pretty young and I know people in their late twenties and early thirties that I have classes with that still go out and party way too hard and put themselves in danger and I doubt all of them had "dumbass parents". I agree that in a lot of cases stupid breeds stupid (Hello Honey Boo-Boo), but I had wonderful parents and could just as easily have ended up dead because of my own bad choices.

But you sure are right on about the "nanny-state" thing. People expect the government to parent them and the government isn't very good at it.

But people don't end up dead because of bad parenting. They end up dead because of bad decisions, or just plain accidents. So I do think you're comment was a little mean.
little

El Dorado, AR

#14 Apr 11, 2013
Britney Mac wrote:
<quoted text> I don't know about you but I had great parents who are good people, successful, well-educated and church-oriented. I was raised that way and intend to be like them when I grow up (I'm just 20 and still in school). But when I was in my early to mid-teens I was rebellious and stupid. I would get drunk and do drugs and would ride in cars with people who did the same. It was only by chance or the grace of the God that I wasn't one of the unlucky ones that wind up dead because of bad decisions. Young kids do stupid things. And yea I know, the guy was 21 but that is still pretty young and I know people in their late twenties and early thirties that I have classes with that still go out and party way too hard and put themselves in danger and I doubt all of them had "dumbass parents". I agree that in a lot of cases stupid breeds stupid (Hello Honey Boo-Boo), but I had wonderful parents and could just as easily have ended up dead because of my own bad choices.
But you sure are right on about the "nanny-state" thing. People expect the government to parent them and the government isn't very good at it.
But people don't end up dead because of bad parenting. They end up dead because of bad decisions, or just plain accidents. So I do think you're comment was a little mean.
Totally agree with this statement. Many of us were young and stupid once and made decisions that could have gotten us killed. Most of the time it isn't the parents fault. Young people have minds of their own. Anyone who could be so mean about a young kid's death must have serious problems.

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