Brawl outside Terra Linda pub injures...

Brawl outside Terra Linda pub injures four

There are 124 comments on the Marin Independent Journal story from Dec 22, 2009, titled Brawl outside Terra Linda pub injures four. In it, Marin Independent Journal reports that:

San Rafael police are investigating a stabbing that injured four people outside a Terra Linda restaurant.

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Lawbreaker

United States

#3 Dec 22, 2009
My Sausalito massage place open for 4 years with no problems, was busted 6 years ago, because of a report by one of the neighbors that deadly hand jobs were going on............BJ's with everyone's blessing, and much fanfare, open for only a month and has a rumble with a stabbing........That's cool, they got booze and food, I only had cute ladies.
so not funny

Novato, CA

#4 Dec 22, 2009
Lawbreaker wrote:
My Sausalito massage place open for 4 years with no problems, was busted 6 years ago, because of a report by one of the neighbors that deadly hand jobs were going on..........BJ's with everyone's blessing, and much fanfare, open for only a month and has a rumble with a stabbing........That's cool, they got booze and food, I only had cute ladies.
You are so lame
bridge to somewhere

United States

#6 Dec 22, 2009
Marin is supposedly graying...so I am guessing they were teabaggers.
Withnail

San Rafael, CA

#7 Dec 22, 2009
"There was a lot of alcohol being consumed," said San Rafael police spokeswoman Margo Rohrbacher.
The TTB should investigate this. At some point a bartender has to cut drunk patrons off. It's the law. Legally you cannot serve alcohol to obviously drunk patrons. This brawl is a glaring liability on BJ's.
blg94930

Laguna Hills, CA

#8 Dec 22, 2009
I was there and triaged the man I found unconscious at the scene in the parking lot. These were young college kids being stupid and drunk. There was nothing having to do with race in this situation. I hate when people stereotype. If you were not there, you really sound stupid when you make racist comments.
bridge to somewhere

United States

#9 Dec 22, 2009
I think that a stabbing goes beyond "being stupid and drunk." Sounds more like criminal activity to me.
blg94930 wrote:
I was there and triaged the man I found unconscious at the scene in the parking lot. These were young college kids being stupid and drunk. There was nothing having to do with race in this situation. I hate when people stereotype. If you were not there, you really sound stupid when you make racist comments.
Deadly weapon

San Rafael, CA

#10 Dec 22, 2009
blg94930 wrote:
I was there and triaged the man I found unconscious at the scene in the parking lot. These were young college kids being stupid and drunk. There was nothing having to do with race in this situation. I hate when people stereotype. If you were not there, you really sound stupid when you make racist comments.
Young, stupid and drunk only counts until you start using weapons. Then you deserve the felony. It could have just as easily been guns and then people in the restaurant would have been in dange too.
Lawbreaker

United States

#11 Dec 22, 2009
so not funny wrote:
<quoted text>
You are so lame
What is lame about the truth?
blg94930

Laguna Hills, CA

#12 Dec 22, 2009
I did not see what happened outside. I saw all the college kids being stupid and drunk inside of BJ's. I walked outside and saw a man unconscious in the street. I do not speculate as to what happened outside because I was not there. Neither were any of you.. I hope all the people involved are punished and brought to justice. I have tried to help with the investigation however I can. I did not know any of the people involved so it is hard to be very helpful. Do you think I have not thought of what could have happened to my boyfriend and I if we had walked outside one minute earlier?
Ponder This

Nicasio, CA

#13 Dec 22, 2009
blg94930 wrote:
I was there and triaged the man I found unconscious at the scene in the parking lot. These were young college kids being stupid and drunk. There was nothing having to do with race in this situation. I hate when people stereotype. If you were not there, you really sound stupid when you make racist comments.
Apparently, BEING stupid and drunk, in public, is far more dangerous than SOUNDING stupid and racist on line. Where is your sense of outrage that you had to "triage" an unconscious man in the parking lot? You seem more upset that someone might make unconscious, racist comments, than you are about someone being ACTUALLY, physically unconscious!
Can you separate these two issues? And, if not, you are unconscious too.
Equalizer

San Anselmo, CA

#14 Dec 22, 2009
Bad start to new establishment of new enterprise of restaurant/pub trying to
generate interest into new mall; let's be certain to prosecute the culprits. Enough to crime,, of any sort, in San Rafael.

Let's put these these tugs away.
EMT

Oakland, CA

#15 Dec 22, 2009
blg94930 wrote:
I was there and triaged the man I found unconscious at the scene in the parking lot. These were young college kids being stupid and drunk. There was nothing having to do with race in this situation. I hate when people stereotype. If you were not there, you really sound stupid when you make racist comments.
thanks for being there and helping out someone who needed it. Too bad there are people on this forum that don't understand the concept of being more concerned with the help of an injured person than the events that may have led up to it. We need more people like you.

Have a happy holiday and know your help is appreciated.
blg94930

Laguna Hills, CA

#17 Dec 22, 2009
Being a nurse, I am outraged everyday at human behavior. However, acting outraged all the time is useless and detrimental. The man I found in the parking lot is LUCKY that I was willing to cover my bare hands in his blood in order to help him. I am "outraged" that he was left there with no "friends" to help him, forcing me to step in. Being mad at a situation rarely produces a productive outcome. Assuming something about a situation NEVER produces a productive outcome. How would me being "outraged" help the situation? I think the fact that I remained calm and provided law enforcement with information was more productive and mature than being "outraged" . And...BTW, not ONE person thanked my boyfriend and I for helping the unconscious man.
SameStoryDiffere ntDay

San Anselmo, CA

#18 Dec 22, 2009
ah, nice new family atmosphere in Terra Linda - let the Holiday Shopping Begin!!!!
THANK YOU

AOL

#19 Dec 22, 2009
blg94930 wrote:
Being a nurse, I am outraged everyday at human behavior. However, acting outraged all the time is useless and detrimental. The man I found in the parking lot is LUCKY that I was willing to cover my bare hands in his blood in order to help him. I am "outraged" that he was left there with no "friends" to help him, forcing me to step in. Being mad at a situation rarely produces a productive outcome. Assuming something about a situation NEVER produces a productive outcome. How would me being "outraged" help the situation? I think the fact that I remained calm and provided law enforcement with information was more productive and mature than being "outraged" . And...BTW, not ONE person thanked my boyfriend and I for helping the unconscious man.
THANK YOU, and may good come to you and yours. Merry Christmas.
Kendra

South San Francisco, CA

#20 Dec 23, 2009
**Rediscover An All New Northgate***
*********Holiday 2009*********

This does not look good at all, BJ's!!
NewSpeak Cop

Danville, CA

#21 Dec 23, 2009
1.Brawl is a cover up word....the real headline
Multiple Knifing in SR.
2. "A lot of alcohol"........this means they have decided to cover it up.
3.3 slashed...no description of slasher....cover up
4.the reason for the cover up....business is business
kitty

San Rafael, CA

#22 Dec 23, 2009
I asked the question yesterday in connection with the incident involving the Nickel Rose

Where can one go to get a drink in a bar that is upscale and not populated by this kinda trash and scum?

You know
Pretty people
Selective door policy (or high enough prices to keep the tras away)
Clean restrooms

Haven't seen one since moving back home from Newport Beach 10 years ago
Jim

San Rafael, CA

#23 Dec 23, 2009
JC Denton wrote:
<quoted text>White wanna be's(wiggers).
Are by far the lamest.
Most come from wealthy sheltered upbringings that included a big house and even bigger medicine cabinet(thanx mom&dad)
They try to act like people they really know nothing about...at all,and to it wrong to add insult to injury
terra linda,marinwood,mill valley,novato are full of these idiots.
i think we should send them to africa(since they like acting black so much) with an illegal alien under each arm....
R A C I S T
Einstien

Monroe, LA

#24 Dec 23, 2009
Brilliant. Happy Holidays. Knock yourself out...please.

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