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Since: Apr 09

Somewhere in very southern TN

#21 Jun 11, 2009
JMF58 wrote:
This post is about a boy dying and his parents suing.
I realize that all these posters just can't stay on topix, but all of you people really need to realize what is important in life.
If you have wrinkles so what. As we all get older we all have wrinkles. That does not make you who you are, unless you are just so vain.
Oh look everyone!!!! Jmf is back as herself. Guess she just couldn't handle being understanding. lmao!

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Since: Apr 09

Somewhere in very southern TN

#22 Jun 11, 2009
Just Some Dude wrote:
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At least that Mr.O guy is gone.
Maybe so but the forums will never be the same without him. Hope he comes back and SOON!!!!!
Just Some Dude

Myrtle, MS

#23 Jun 11, 2009
Queen Sassyass wrote:
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Maybe so but the forums will never be the same without him. Hope he comes back and SOON!!!!!
I heard he's in a private mental health facility for a Topix ordered evaluation. Had some sort of meltdown or something. I always knew he was a basket-case.
understanding

Portland, TN

#24 Jun 11, 2009
The truth hurts! Mr. O who is he really? Could be who or whatever he wants to be. Think about it, as much as HE enjoyed keeping the shyt going, could HE be understanding, christian 211, or anyone else? Sounds like a good game the fruitcake likes playing.

YOU NEVER REALLY KNOW A PERSON, UNLESS YOU ARE IN THEIR MIND.

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Since: Apr 09

Somewhere in very southern TN

#25 Jun 11, 2009
understanding wrote:
The truth hurts! Mr. O who is he really? Could be who or whatever he wants to be. Think about it, as much as HE enjoyed keeping the shyt going, could HE be understanding, christian 211, or anyone else? Sounds like a good game the fruitcake likes playing.
YOU NEVER REALLY KNOW A PERSON, UNLESS YOU ARE IN THEIR MIND.
Omg, Cupcake!!! You amaze me by your psychological knowledge. Now that is a very profound statement you just made. Too bad noone else has ever thought of it. You're so right...you never really know a person unless you are in their mind. But what if they don't have mind....like you cupcake??? What do we do then???
LMAO!!
understanding

Portland, TN

#26 Jun 11, 2009
Queen Sassyass wrote:
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Omg, Cupcake!!! You amaze me by your psychological knowledge. Now that is a very profound statement you just made. Too bad noone else has ever thought of it. You're so right...you never really know a person unless you are in their mind. But what if they don't have mind....like you cupcake??? What do we do then???
LMAO!!
Honey, I see that you have no answer to my question. Why would your most sp. Mr. O be any different then me, Mark, JMF, concerned or any other poster? You and your little group has been "PLAYED". I can tell he has enjoyed it. Like I say, you never know a person unless you are in their mind. So I really don't think YOU know HIM, or them, as well as you want to believe. But, again you are sick enough to be part of it. You and your little "click" has turned this fuc##n* board into a JOKE.
Judi

Nashville, TN

#27 Jun 12, 2009
somebody should do something about making these dangerous places harder for kids or anyone childlike to access

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Since: Apr 09

Somewhere in very southern TN

#28 Jun 12, 2009
Judi wrote:
somebody should do something about making these dangerous places harder for kids or anyone childlike to access
I hold the company as well as the parents responsible for this teenager's death. Would it have really helped if the company had put up fencing around the perimeter of the quarry? I highly doubt it. But the company didn't do anything to deter trespassers. Teenagers would do whatever they needed to do to get into that quarry. Teens are like that. And the parents didn't know where their son was? How many times had he and his friends done this? I feel the parents failed their son. I knew at all times where my 15 year old children were. They're not responsible enough at that age to just go wherever they so desire. This tragic incident is proof of that.

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Since: Apr 09

Somewhere in very southern TN

#29 Jun 12, 2009
understanding wrote:
<quoted text>Honey, I see that you have no answer to my question. Why would your most sp. Mr. O be any different then me, Mark, JMF, concerned or any other poster? You and your little group has been "PLAYED". I can tell he has enjoyed it. Like I say, you never know a person unless you are in their mind. So I really don't think YOU know HIM, or them, as well as you want to believe. But, again you are sick enough to be part of it. You and your little "click" has turned this fuc##n* board into a JOKE.
Sweetstuff,
I'm so sorry that I didn't answer your question as quickly as you seem to have wanted me to. There are some of us that DO have lives and do go to bed at night. We don't sit on our computers all the time. I get on my computer every so often throughout the day. I wasn't able to do that yesterday......I have a business to run, my dear. I have to pay taxes on the welfare and food stamps that people that sit on their computers all the time receive. I just wanted to make sure that you get your food stamps and welfare. I love taking care and supporting my little cupcake.

Sweetheart, you don't have to be so jealous of this Mr. O character. Although I DO know him personally and quite well...he means absolutely nothing to me. He could never mean as much to me as you do. You should know that by now!!

Oh darlin', why must you go on and on and on about this "click" all the time? From what I can see, they're just people who love having fun and love one another. They're not the ones that have made the boards a joke......it's people like you and your pals, little buddy! lmao!!!

Love ya!!
Judi

Nashville, TN

#30 Jun 12, 2009
Queen Sassyass wrote:
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I hold the company as well as the parents responsible for this teenager's death. Would it have really helped if the company had put up fencing around the perimeter of the quarry? I highly doubt it. But the company didn't do anything to deter trespassers. Teenagers would do whatever they needed to do to get into that quarry. Teens are like that. And the parents didn't know where their son was? How many times had he and his friends done this? I feel the parents failed their son. I knew at all times where my 15 year old children were. They're not responsible enough at that age to just go wherever they so desire. This tragic incident is proof of that.
LoL i told my 13 yr old he could play outside, i went to the bathroom, he was gone...found him hangin out at the bridge in our neighborhood
i was pisssed, but goes to show, cant watch your kids 24/7, not unless you want own personal "water boy"
Happiness09

Portland, TN

#31 Jun 12, 2009
No one can watch their kids 24/7. Some parents may want to think they can, but we all know kids can do something in a new york min. Some parents just trust when their child says,going next door to james. But so many parents fail to ck. to see if a parent is there, or after he does go to james, then what?

As sad as this is, it is BOTH people's fault. Parents need to be alittle more involved.

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Since: Apr 09

Somewhere in very southern TN

#32 Jun 12, 2009
Happiness09 wrote:
No one can watch their kids 24/7. Some parents may want to think they can, but we all know kids can do something in a new york min. Some parents just trust when their child says,going next door to james. But so many parents fail to ck. to see if a parent is there, or after he does go to james, then what?
As sad as this is, it is BOTH people's fault. Parents need to be alittle more involved.
That is my point exactly. Thank you for putting it that way.
Happiness09

Portland, TN

#33 Jun 12, 2009
the main thing is that a child is taken. Who's to blame, who knows, The next thing to do is to make sure that every protection is taken that this kind of thing will NEVER happen again.

Yes, it will not take the pain away for this boys family, but I pray no other child will ever come to the same thing as this young man.
Really

United States

#34 Jan 25, 2013
It was his first time at the Quarry. He had just turned 13. From birth until 7 your just learning about life. From 7 until 12 you are still figuring things out, The parents thought he was with friends hanging out.

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