Lower Saucon Township After Game, Lehigh Students Accused Of Il...

More than a dozen Lehigh University students were charged with various alcohol-related offenses Saturday morning. Full Story
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Chadsky

Souderton, PA

#2 Oct 24, 2007
A bunch a rich kids, huh?
Probably drinking high end beer too.
We were stuck drinkin the Beast in my underage days, LOL. Sorry, i'm just being an a$$.

“Go Hillary!”

Since: Mar 07

Bethlehem

#4 Oct 24, 2007
It doesn't say that any of the kids got a DUI. So what if the kids are drinking...as long as they're not driving then leave them alone!!

“Listen - Looney Tunes”

Since: Mar 07

been around

#5 Oct 24, 2007
Hillary 2008 wrote:
It doesn't say that any of the kids got a DUI. So what if the kids are drinking...as long as they're not driving then leave them alone!!
If you have children I hope you don't bring them up!! Obey the law!!!

“Too soon old, too late smart..”

Since: Feb 07

Bethlehem, PA

#6 Oct 24, 2007
10 females, 2 males.
Discrimination!
;-)
2nd amendment dem

Lancaster, PA

#8 Oct 24, 2007
I have no problem wil a few kids in somones basement drinking but you have to watch out as a parent because that can quickly become a house party and then someone will try and drive home. It is still better to know what your kids do then they and hide the world from them and end up making all these things exciting and new when they get to college.
HOGAN

Whitehall, PA

#9 Oct 24, 2007
jim wrote:
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you are an a**hole, these punk kids are getting boozed up then driving through neighborhoods where children are playing in the late afternoon, i have no problem with the drinking, but they need to find an alternate form of transportation to get home...or walk
OK Jimbo. I guess you never did that!

“AOL? Seriously?”

Since: Jul 07

Pawleys Island, SC

#10 Oct 24, 2007
HOGAN wrote:
<quoted text>OK Jimbo. I guess you never did that!
That isn't the point. Of course, we've all broken a law at some point in our lives, whether under aged drinking, speeding, etc.
The key point is, at the time, you know you're doing something wrong. And, if caught, you accept the responsibility.
Lesson learned.
TooManyDumbFuxTo Address

Johnson City, TN

#11 Oct 24, 2007
HOGAN wrote:
I can't believe this. Lower Saucan cops are a**holes. They get off on busting kids. They either forget what it is like to be a kid or they look for them because they need to stroke their egos. They would NOT last very long in a real city!
Dear HOGAN,
You are the rectal orifice.
Ask any 'cop' what it is like to pull dead bodies of the young from wrecked cars that would not be wrecked if the drive was not wasted.

They would rather not and that is just one reason.

Ask any parent who lost a child in an alcohol related incident.

Most youth are dumb enough, drinking is not needed.

I am sure none of these concern you as you obviously have constructed a sufficient abstraction layer between reality and your mind to afford you the luxury of calling people tasked with dealing with the unsavory parts of life so you do not have to be bothered.

But even brain addled attitude mongering idiots have the right to the sharing of their thoughts regardless of the level of ignorance exposed by doing so.
jim

Whitehall, PA

#12 Oct 24, 2007
HOGAN wrote:
<quoted text>OK Jimbo. I guess you never did that!
no, never did Hogan, i guess my family actually has values and morals....and yours?
nopunintended

Philadelphia, PA

#13 Oct 24, 2007
Keep your drinking and driving seperate kids. You have parents that don't want "that" phone call. Survive your college years and you'll have a great life!

“Tolerance and reason”

Since: Apr 07

Lehigh County

#14 Oct 24, 2007
It is interesting that there were apparently no DUI arrests; the article only lists underage drinking citations.

While underage drinking is illegal and the kids should accept their responsibility and punishment, we all know that underage drinking at college is incredibly common. With no DUI arrests, it almost appears that these kids had designated drivers. If that were the case, I'd actually have to give the kids some respect....
hogansanidiot

Whitehall, PA

#15 Oct 24, 2007
HOGAN wrote:
I can't believe this. Lower Saucan cops are a**holes. They get off on busting kids. They either forget what it is like to be a kid or they look for them because they need to stroke their egos. They would NOT last very long in a real city!

the nerve of them officers, how dare they enforce the law
2nd amendment dem

Lancaster, PA

#16 Oct 24, 2007
jim wrote:
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no, never did Hogan, i guess my family actually has values and morals....and yours?
"I never trust a man with no discernable petty vices" - Mark Twain
meeeeeeeeeee

Whitehall, PA

#17 Oct 24, 2007
2nd amendment dem wrote:
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"I never trust a man with no discernable petty vices" - Mark Twain
you think of it as a petty vice until it directly affects you and your family, then you think of it as an act of crime
The Law

Bedminster, PA

#18 Oct 24, 2007
Sarah-Sally wrote:
10 females, 2 males.
Discrimination!
;-)
Fun time!!
2nd amendment dem

Lancaster, PA

#19 Oct 24, 2007
news flash most of the country drinks, it is a petty vice. If a person drinks and drives take it out on the person not the booze
meeeeagain

Whitehall, PA

#21 Oct 24, 2007
2nd amendment dem wrote:
news flash most of the country drinks, it is a petty vice. If a person drinks and drives take it out on the person not the booze
who is taking it out on the booze, hell I drink like a fish, i just dont drive when doing it,
whatev

Newark, DE

#22 Oct 24, 2007
Chadsky wrote:
A bunch a rich kids, huh?
Probably drinking high end beer too.
We were stuck drinkin the Beast in my underage days, LOL. Sorry, i'm just being an a$$.
anyone can afford Lehigh. You need the brains, scholorships and student loans to get in . Don't always assume tht only rich kids go there. The is NOT the case.
whatev

Newark, DE

#23 Oct 24, 2007
opps... I meant to say "That is NOT the case".
whatev

Newark, DE

#24 Oct 24, 2007
2nd amendment dem wrote:
I have no problem wil a few kids in somones basement drinking but you have to watch out as a parent because that can quickly become a house party and then someone will try and drive home. It is still better to know what your kids do then they and hide the world from them and end up making all these things exciting and new when they get to college.
Couldn't agree more! Keep it small, take the keys, make them stay overnight and monitor constantly. I felt alot better sending my child off to college having her know what it is all about. My experience is that the kids that are sheltered are the ones that get into the most trouble once they leave for college. I know there are alot of people that disagree with me and this approach may not work for everyone.

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