Yeah

Moneta, VA

#42 Apr 1, 2013
Actually let me re- word that GET A CLUE and better judgement on who you think are fine people !
obvious what happened

Forest Hill, MD

#43 Apr 2, 2013
The number of druggies posting comments is interesting. It seems the main defenders of this girl have a very accepting attitude about drug use. Again, that explains a lot about her life.

Only 6.5% of teenagers use pot every day and only 20% use it as much as once a month. Clearly, the majority of teenagers are not pot smokers.

The ones who are pot smokers are hanging out with the lowest common denominator of people compared to teens who don't. Pot smoking teens are twice as likely to do hard drugs.

What delusional fantasy land are you people living in that you don't get it that being a drug using teen means that you are exposed to a lower element of human being because hanging out with druggies always comes with exposure to lowlifes.

If you all think her drug using lifestyle did not contribute to her death, you are all crazy or stupid. Any parent that allows such a lifestyle for their child under the idea that it is normal and all the kids are doing it is a complete fool. It isn't normal. All the kids aren't doing it.
Live and Let Live

New Kensington, PA

#44 Apr 2, 2013
Only wish that your statistics applied to UHS (University High School), unfortunately, drug use (weed, pills & some heroine) at UHS is extremely high and has been for years. The acceptance and use is across the board and not restricted to a particular income level, gender, race or intelligence.
obvious what happened wrote:
The number of druggies posting comments is interesting. It seems the main defenders of this girl have a very accepting attitude about drug use. Again, that explains a lot about her life.
Only 6.5% of teenagers use pot every day and only 20% use it as much as once a month. Clearly, the majority of teenagers are not pot smokers.
The ones who are pot smokers are hanging out with the lowest common denominator of people compared to teens who don't. Pot smoking teens are twice as likely to do hard drugs.
What delusional fantasy land are you people living in that you don't get it that being a drug using teen means that you are exposed to a lower element of human being because hanging out with druggies always comes with exposure to lowlifes.
If you all think her drug using lifestyle did not contribute to her death, you are all crazy or stupid. Any parent that allows such a lifestyle for their child under the idea that it is normal and all the kids are doing it is a complete fool. It isn't normal. All the kids aren't doing it.
Hmm

Moneta, VA

#45 Apr 2, 2013
Live and Let Live wrote:
Only wish that your statistics applied to UHS (University High School), unfortunately, drug use (weed, pills & some heroine) at UHS is extremely high and has been for years. The acceptance and use is across the board and not restricted to a particular income level, gender, race or intelligence.
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says the person who comments on a forum about where to find drugs , you're right there with the rest of them honey .
curious

Oklahoma City, OK

#46 Apr 2, 2013
obvious what happened wrote:
The number of druggies posting comments is interesting. It seems the main defenders of this girl have a very accepting attitude about drug use. Again, that explains a lot about her life.
Only 6.5% of teenagers use pot every day and only 20% use it as much as once a month. Clearly, the majority of teenagers are not pot smokers.
The ones who are pot smokers are hanging out with the lowest common denominator of people compared to teens who don't. Pot smoking teens are twice as likely to do hard drugs.
What delusional fantasy land are you people living in that you don't get it that being a drug using teen means that you are exposed to a lower element of human being because hanging out with druggies always comes with exposure to lowlifes.
If you all think her drug using lifestyle did not contribute to her death, you are all crazy or stupid. Any parent that allows such a lifestyle for their child under the idea that it is normal and all the kids are doing it is a complete fool. It isn't normal. All the kids aren't doing it.
Oh we forgot you know so much more about how she died than we do. What are you a parent of one of her "besties" that are suspected? Get a life and stop bashing a deceased teenage girls character. The rest of us, who actually care that a teen girl that died had her life taken from her and no justice has been served.
Let me ask you this lets just say for instance hypothetically you had a daughter disappear and later found dead how would you feel if people began accusing her of being a drug addict or putting out for drugs? Truth or no truth to the rumors I'm sure you'd be upset correct? Don't do that to someone else's child. I have a daughter who I want nothing more than to protect from this world and people like the ones that killed skylar and the ones like you who bash her are what makes this horrible. Bullying after death is just as bad.
curious

Oklahoma City, OK

#47 Apr 2, 2013
Oh and lowlifes because of weed, that's funny because some of those people out there protecting your freedom smoke pot. As well as some your doctors, cops, emts. Yeah, wow what lowlifes.
curious

Oklahoma City, OK

#48 Apr 2, 2013
http://teens.drugabuse.gov/drug-facts/marijua...

Here's where your supposed only 6.5% story came from and here's where we show your wrong..because you said 6.5% teens be truthful instead of trying to make everyone here look stupid. What you decided not to tell is that it was 6.5% of 12th graders and rising I'm sorry when did the 12th graders suddenly account for the whole tten population...oh wait they don't. Read the page for yourself.
curious

Oklahoma City, OK

#49 Apr 2, 2013
If you add up the percentage of the reported usage the month before the survey it was actually 56.4%. Go find someone's else's name to slander.
obvious what happened

Forest Hill, MD

#50 Apr 2, 2013
Your understanding of how to deal with those statistics is pretty pathetic. But maybe we should make allowances for the fact that you have fried your brain on drugs.

First of all, don't assume that is where I got my numbers. Second, even looking at your link, you have misinterpreted what you read. If the percentage 6.5% is accurate for 12th graders, then it certainly is not going to be higher for all secondary students taken as a whole. That is just common sense, not that you have any.

Third, You don't add up the percentages to get results the way you are trying to do it.

Fourth, it isn't slander if it is true. Clearly, she was using pot and doing it very often. Hanging out with drug addicts and knowing drug dealers (how else do you get your drugs) is very relevant to investigating her death. How completely ignorant are you that you can't see that? How do you expect to find her killer(s) without taking a good look at the people she knew, especially if she was exposing herself to the criminal element of society. If you know somebody is hanging out with people committing serious crimes, they have to be among the first people you look at when investigating a murder.

Stop living in fantasyland and start dealing with reality. This girl smoke pot. Might have done other drugs. She hung out with other drug addicts clearly from her twitter postings. Some of those tweets have since disappeared from her account but enough are left to still make that obvious even if you didn't see her Twitter before many of the drug related tweets disappeared.

This girl was hanging with a wild crowd. And she was with that crowd the night she disappeared. Hello!!!! Anybody have a functional brain that can put two and two together?

Did a random stranger get her? Maybe. Far more likely it was one of the people in her circle considering the type of people she was playing around with. Get a clue.
curious

Oklahoma City, OK

#51 Apr 3, 2013
Are you a heartless jerk or are you just here to troll? Suddenly skylar was a lesser person for smoking pot or drinking news flash just because you believe your right about teen drug use doesn't mean you are. Your obviously extremely one sided. I really hope someday you don't have something like this happen to your kid and then have to read stuff about your kid written by someone like you. Just because she smoked weed doesn't give you the right....your an *sshole period. Her drug use is not a valid excuse to bash her name...and it definately doesn't give anyone a right to kill her.
Those girls she was with that night know the truth of skylars fate and won't talk. So your little black thug drug dealers raped and killed her for owed drug money is ludacris and racist. Go the f*dk away already you incompassionate pathetic human being.
curious

Oklahoma City, OK

#52 Apr 3, 2013
You obviously have never smoked weed and are an idiot that thinks its some big bad hard drug....its not. Cocaine meth heroin those are hard drugs....people very rarely kill over weed and if they did it'd be over $100s. People don't lose who they are with weed, not permanently.
Judging by your statements well we already know your racist, we know your up on your high horse about pot that you know nothing about, I bet you hate gay people to, and I'm willing to bet you are somehow related to skylars case or you know someone in it otherwise why are defaming her name after death?? Get a life find something better to do this is ridiculous.
obvious what happened

Forest Hill, MD

#53 Apr 3, 2013
I never said she was a lesser person. But doing drugs is a poor choice and would have exposed her to bad element of humanity or to other people making a lot of poor choices. Considering that she died while with her druggie friends, that seems pretty relevant to investigating what happened to her.

If you are ignoring the obvious, it is really no wonder you all are clueless about what happened to her. If you want to live in la la land, then watch some Disney princess movies or something. If you want to figure out what happened to this girl, then you need to get real and pull your drug addled head out of your back end.
curious

Oklahoma City, OK

#54 Apr 4, 2013
Well I don't do drugs thank you as a teen yes I did, but some of grow up and stop smoking pot. No-one in here is denying that her little friends are every bit relevent to her disappearance and she was with other teenage girls remember they were the last girls to see her alive. But that doesn't automatically make her death drug related anything could have happened. A fight over a boy even is possible, they are 16 and teenage girls are emotional angry and jealous creatures. A personal arguement even we dont know that she was killed over drugs. Its not fair to her or to her poor parents for people to say things like that I can't even imagine how that must feel for her parents. All I'm saying is you should be more considerate of the deceased and their family. We all have speculations of what happened, none of us know the truth, and if anyone does they need to do that right thing and go to police. You and I can go on and argue on here everyday, its not going to change the facts.
obvious what happened

Forest Hill, MD

#55 Apr 5, 2013
I didn't say it was drug related (a term which usually means someone overdosed so if what you mean by that is that she over dosed then you are mischaracterizing my position). What I think I was clear about was that the fact that she is hanging out with the type of people who do (or sell) drugs was likely related to her death. When you are hanging out with drug addicts, you are not hanging out with the best type of people. When you hang out with bad people or people doing bad things, bad things tend to happen to you.

How stupid or how delusional are you about your drug use that you can't understand that simple concept? You are past your teenage years but you haven't figured out yet that hanging out with druggies will bring nothing good into your life?! You aren't Curious in Oklahoma. You are Clueless in Oklahoma.

Here is a clue for you, most drug addicts, given a choice between their drugs and the people they are supposed to care about choose their drugs every time. Those are not the type of people that it is in anybody's best interests to hang out with. All other things being equal, drug addicts are selfish, irresponsible, immature, and sometimes dangerous.

Oh, yeah, but according to you, none of that is relevant to the fact that this girl disappeared while out doing who knows what with her drug addict friends and then was found dead.
djsmxxxx

Charleston, WV

#56 Apr 6, 2013
I heard her body was mutilated and torn to pieces. Is that true?
Watcher

Kansas City, MO

#57 Apr 9, 2013
Live and Let Live wrote:
Rather than pointing the finger with guesswork an spreading rumors, why don't you simply direct your questions directly to the young ladies in question. You can tweet; @_sheliiaa and/or @_racchh - they are both fine girls and am sure that they would welcome the opportunity to respond.
Suuuuure they would. Look at SA's feed and see where she blew off some guy that said he was a law student wanting to ask some questions, calling him "nosey."

I'm sure they'd love to answer questions--they've been so cooperative with law enforcement thus far.
CBR

Sandy, TX

#58 Apr 10, 2013
Sure they are "fine girls", that just so happen to be responsible for the death of their so called friend. Sadly this is not uncommon, it's been seen time and time again. Shanda Sharer, Crystal Todd, Missy Avila to name a few. The only silver lining is that those responsible ALWAYS get caught. They will get caught in this case too and sooner rather than later based on what's been going on.
Michelle Pinkney

Uniontown, PA

#59 Apr 10, 2013
It seems to me that everyone likes to speculate. In order to get a clean case and justice for Skylar the family and anyone who does know details can not talk, and everyone needs to respect that. I spoke with her father David yesterday at work and he is heartbroken as well as the whole family. Instead of bashing her for things that she may or may not have done how bout offer some support for the family. No parent should ever have to bury their child nor should they have to endure reading your heartless comments on someone who is no longer here to defend herself. I never had the pleasure of meeting Skylar but I have met her father and he is one hell of a man if the way he presented himself has anything to do with how he raised his daughter I can honestly say the world is short one good person over something that should have and could have been avoided. Hold your loved ones close you never know when you will loose them.
Munn

Harku, Estonia

#60 Apr 10, 2013
Live and Let Live wrote:
Rather than pointing the finger with guesswork an spreading rumors, why don't you simply direct your questions directly to the young ladies in question. You can tweet; @_sheliiaa and/or @_racchh - they are both fine girls and am sure that they would welcome the opportunity to respond.
Actually I tried to tweet @ them politely but they blocked me minutes later...
Live and Let Live

New Kensington, PA

#61 Apr 10, 2013
If, and that's a "BIG IF", these friends are involved, it's only a matter of time before one of them breaks. The lure of immunity for the 1st person who comes forward, will provide the incentive for one person only ..... the only question is, "Who wants the "GET OUT of JAIL" Early card.

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