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Troubled Adult

Syracuse, NY

#187 Mar 26, 2013
Oil SLick wrote:
UNF*C*ing REAL !!
Not even two weeks later and the oil change place is open already !!
Granted it is a business, but allow people to grieve before you reopen. At least let the plaster covering the bullet holes dry and the smell of the fresh paint to go away before you reopen.
Have some sensitivity for the family and friends of the two gentlemen that were kill there.
Are you for real dumbass? How about the two guys who didn't get shot that were employees and saw it all? They came back to work because they have to make a living to support their families. That's reality and life. The business is supposeed to remain closed due to sensitivity? For whom? And how would you know about that? Have you talked to one of the guys who lived? They came back and will move on. One of them locked eyes with the shooter and lived. The other was standing next to Mike and lived. Trauma and healing is all around for whomever was involved in this tragedy. Opening up the business is a way to move on. It says that the nutjobs who do these awful crimes will never win.
Resident

Worcester, MA

#188 Mar 26, 2013
Troubled Adult wrote:
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Are you for real dumbass? How about the two guys who didn't get shot that were employees and saw it all? They came back to work because they have to make a living to support their families. That's reality and life. The business is supposeed to remain closed due to sensitivity? For whom? And how would you know about that? Have you talked to one of the guys who lived? They came back and will move on. One of them locked eyes with the shooter and lived. The other was standing next to Mike and lived. Trauma and healing is all around for whomever was involved in this tragedy. Opening up the business is a way to move on. It says that the nutjobs who do these awful crimes will never win.
Well said. I give them a lot of credit for going back.
Concerned

Milford, MA

#189 Mar 26, 2013
One day at a time we must go on. If the employees and survivors have a family. They must go on. I hope that there is some way for them to get counseling and help to deal with their demons
no clue

Little Falls, NY

#190 Mar 27, 2013
Troubled Adult wrote:
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Are you for real dumbass? How about the two guys who didn't get shot that were employees and saw it all? They came back to work because they have to make a living to support their families. That's reality and life. The business is supposeed to remain closed due to sensitivity? For whom? And how would you know about that? Have you talked to one of the guys who lived? They came back and will move on. One of them locked eyes with the shooter and lived. The other was standing next to Mike and lived. Trauma and healing is all around for whomever was involved in this tragedy. Opening up the business is a way to move on. It says that the nutjobs who do these awful crimes will never win.
You have no clue what you are even talking about.
Troubled Adult

Syracuse, NY

#191 Mar 27, 2013
no clue wrote:
<quoted text>You have no clue what you are even talking about.
Really? Then you tell me know it all azzhole.

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