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#127 Nov 17, 2011
i did not say I went so why am I a freakin' hillbilly?
RacistFireCrotch BarnFart

Rochester, NY

#128 Nov 17, 2011
Unruly1 wrote:
i did not say I went so why am I a freakin' hillbilly?
If you said bad things about me, you're a hillbilly.
Duelling Banjos

United States

#129 Nov 17, 2011
Unruly1 wrote:
i did not say I went so why am I a freakin' hillbilly?
If you are friends with hillbillies then you are a hillbilly.
realist

Fairport, NY

#130 Nov 20, 2011
I was a patient of Divito twice). He was arrogant and tried to sell people on $7000 spinal decompression packages (30-50 treatments over a 6 week period).

I went to him in complete and utter pain one time and he accused me of trying to skip paying for an "initial try out" of his decompression machine (which I offered to pay for - but not the $7K package). He was rude and condescending to both me and my wife (who drove me there).

This little fatty boy ruined so many lives including his own. To bad that innocent lives were lost and he lives to see the light of day!
Jurisprudence

Webster, NY

#131 Jan 31, 2012
Unruly1 wrote:
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Agreed. And even more unbelievable is that this guys chiropractic office is back open for business!! Oh that's right...it's all about the money. I still don't understand why there hasn't been any followup in the news on this. Shouldn't he lose his license or degree or whatever it is?
Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat
looks at the big picture

Rochester, NY

#132 Apr 21, 2012
akela wrote:
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I know him too. If I recall, his motto is 'work hard, play hard' and has multiple prior DWI/DUIs to prove it. He never gave back to the community like the people he killed. Steve never does anything for free. And let's not forget his snowmobile accident 10 years ago or so when a drunk driver hit him and left him for dead in the woods. Someone saved him and made sure he got on a mercy flight. Too bad he wasn't paying attention to those "life changing moments".
And since when does he have young children?
I have to ask you how well do you know Steve Divito?? I've known the passenger of his car for many years and Steve for slightly more. He does not have children of his own but ask who the child that lives with him calls daddy. It's not the biolgoical father. Every year Steve has donated money to youth soccer programs, has raised $$ to fight heart disease...I know this because I've worked with him on it. He doesn't make a big deal about it because that's who he is. People who know him best know what he's done~ not someone who knew him 20 years ago or just in passing. How do you know what would happen if you were in a major car accident? What state of mind would you be in? What would you do if you looked over and saw blood pourning out of your closest friend. Would you risk waiting for help to arrive? If he wasn't trying to get help for the friend, he would have left that friend. As for the person who said he's had multiple DWIs- get your facts straight!! Anyone with a medical license from LPNs to nurses to doctors AND chiropractors- DWIs are automatic suspension or termination of your licsence. That has NEVER happened to him. FOr those that said he treated them before and "smelled like alcohol"- why are you saying that now? If that was really the case, wouldn't you report it to the medical board or licensing boards? There's never been a report of that nature filed agaings Dr. Divito. What happened was wrong. Was Dr. Divito at fault for leaving the accident, yes. Was he wrong for DWI- YES! However, the couple that lost their lives was the ones who caused the accident!! I know he wouldn't but in the sue happy nation of ours, he could probably counter sue the family for causing the accident. I know that's an extreme comment but no worse than any of the ridiculous idiotic comments written on her so far.
looks at the big picture

Rochester, NY

#133 Apr 21, 2012
realakela wrote:
whether or not the accident could have been prevented, part of the deterrent for drinking and driving is that if something happens you don't get the benefit of the doubt.
The office is definitely open, although I'm not sure if he's posted bond and is back at work. Wasn't he hurt too? Doubt it's legal for the office to be continuing to treat patients without a doc. None of the assistants are PTs.
Physical therapist and chiropractors are different. Very rarely do they wrok together. Their scopoe of practices vary. Your comment is like saying your primary care doctor is out and you're certain none of his assistants are dentist. People, really...educate yourselves.
XFactor

Rochester, NY

#134 Apr 21, 2012
looks at the big picture wrote:
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I have to ask you how well do you know Steve Divito?? I've known the passenger of his car for many years and Steve for slightly more. He does not have children of his own but ask who the child that lives with him calls daddy. It's not the biolgoical father. Every year Steve has donated money to youth soccer programs, has raised $$ to fight heart disease...I know this because I've worked with him on it. He doesn't make a big deal about it because that's who he is. People who know him best know what he's done~ not someone who knew him 20 years ago or just in passing. How do you know what would happen if you were in a major car accident? What state of mind would you be in? What would you do if you looked over and saw blood pourning out of your closest friend. Would you risk waiting for help to arrive? If he wasn't trying to get help for the friend, he would have left that friend. As for the person who said he's had multiple DWIs- get your facts straight!! Anyone with a medical license from LPNs to nurses to doctors AND chiropractors- DWIs are automatic suspension or termination of your licsence. That has NEVER happened to him. FOr those that said he treated them before and "smelled like alcohol"- why are you saying that now? If that was really the case, wouldn't you report it to the medical board or licensing boards? There's never been a report of that nature filed agaings Dr. Divito. What happened was wrong. Was Dr. Divito at fault for leaving the accident, yes. Was he wrong for DWI- YES! However, the couple that lost their lives was the ones who caused the accident!! I know he wouldn't but in the sue happy nation of ours, he could probably counter sue the family for causing the accident. I know that's an extreme comment but no worse than any of the ridiculous idiotic comments written on her so far.
You must be joking. The ONLY person he tried to help was himself. How any one could defend this rat they way you have is what is ridiculous and idiotic.
Faye K Dokterr

United States

#135 Apr 22, 2012
looks at the big picture wrote:
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I have to ask you how well do you know Steve Divito?? I've known the passenger of his car for many years and Steve for slightly more. He does not have children of his own but ask who the child that lives with him calls daddy. It's not the biolgoical father. Every year Steve has donated money to youth soccer programs, has raised $$ to fight heart disease...I know this because I've worked with him on it. He doesn't make a big deal about it because that's who he is. People who know him best know what he's done~ not someone who knew him 20 years ago or just in passing. How do you know what would happen if you were in a major car accident? What state of mind would you be in? What would you do if you looked over and saw blood pourning out of your closest friend. Would you risk waiting for help to arrive? If he wasn't trying to get help for the friend, he would have left that friend. As for the person who said he's had multiple DWIs- get your facts straight!! Anyone with a medical license from LPNs to nurses to doctors AND chiropractors- DWIs are automatic suspension or termination of your licsence. That has NEVER happened to him. FOr those that said he treated them before and "smelled like alcohol"- why are you saying that now? If that was really the case, wouldn't you report it to the medical board or licensing boards? There's never been a report of that nature filed agaings Dr. Divito. What happened was wrong. Was Dr. Divito at fault for leaving the accident, yes. Was he wrong for DWI- YES! However, the couple that lost their lives was the ones who caused the accident!! I know he wouldn't but in the sue happy nation of ours, he could probably counter sue the family for causing the accident. I know that's an extreme comment but no worse than any of the ridiculous idiotic comments written on her so far.
It probably didn't get revoked because chiropractors aren't real doctors. They don't yank massage therapists from giving rubdowns because of a dwi, and chiropractors are glorified massage therapists.
P Rimate

Rochester, NY

#136 Apr 23, 2012
RacistFireCrotchBarnFart wrote:
http://www.democratandchronicl e.com/article/20111106/NEWS01/ 111060378/Stephen-T-Divito-arr aigned-crash-killed-Greece-cou ple?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|H ome
How come time and time again, whites are allowed to use their WORK address as their HOME address???
If they bail out and then don't show up in court, how are the police going to find them???
It will be like that white ugly DWI Hooker that gave a strip-joint as her address and the police accepted it.


Whaaa...waaa...booo...hooo...h ooo.
Wow

Rochester, NY

#137 Apr 23, 2012
Faye K Dokterr wrote:
<quoted text>It probably didn't get revoked because chiropractors aren't real doctors. They don't yank massage therapists from giving rubdowns because of a dwi, and chiropractors are glorified massage therapists.
Faye- idiots such as yourself confirm my belief that there really isn't much hope left for today's society. Before you reply, look up your facts. NYS Licensing Buereau clearly states that there is an automatic revokation or suspension of a chiropracters license if they have a DWI. I'm guessing by your post you have less education than a massage therapist...which is an 18 month licensing program. 4 years of a college and 5 years of graduate school, not to mention clinical hours to become a chiropractor. Open a collegiate journal such as the Cochrane Reviews and learn something about chiropractic work.
Wow

Rochester, NY

#138 Apr 23, 2012
XFactor wrote:
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You must be joking. The ONLY person he tried to help was himself. How any one could defend this rat they way you have is what is ridiculous and idiotic.
Were you there? Did you know the man? Do you have reading comprehension level of a second grader? I read the same post you commented on as well. I don't see where you see the person was defending the actions on that day of Dr. Divito. They clearly stated what he did was wrong.

Seems like people are now coming out of the wood work, including so called "friends", to bad mouth this person. The writer wrote about the people they knew who were involved in the accident. People make mistakes all the time, one mistake does not define who a person is. It's been my experience that people who critize, make the harshest statements and judgements are usually just as bad as, if not worse than the person they are judging. They judge to make themselves feel good.

Thirty years ago, when I was 6 years old I was in a car accident. A man was driving drunk and on the wrong side of the road when he plowed into my families car. It took the lives of my mom, my two siblings and aunt: the other driver and myself were the lone survivors. I could be filled with hate towards this man. My father taught me to forgive him, we never sued, that wouldn't change anything. He served jail time, but my dad was against it. In the time since I've met him and his family. Last year I attended the funeral of his daughter who died from cancer. I would never have been able to live with myself if I continued to hate this person. He made a tragic and deadly mistake. He's the one who has to live with that. I fully know that one mistake does not define a person.
Another Bar Owner

United States

#139 Apr 24, 2012
Wow wrote:
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Faye- idiots such as yourself confirm my belief that there really isn't much hope left for today's society. Before you reply, look up your facts. NYS Licensing Buereau clearly states that there is an automatic revokation or suspension of a chiropracters license if they have a DWI. I'm guessing by your post you have less education than a massage therapist...which is an 18 month licensing program. 4 years of a college and 5 years of graduate school, not to mention clinical hours to become a chiropractor. Open a collegiate journal such as the Cochrane Reviews and learn something about chiropractic work.
I could care less. I don't consider them to be real doctors. Anyone that would "adjust" a back when someone is in pain, prior to an xray, isn't a real doctor in my book. Its like a muffler shop deciding to change your brakes without inspecting them first. Its sorta like calling an oil change guy at delta sonic an auto mechanic.
Amazed

Rochester, NY

#140 Apr 24, 2012
Another Bar Owner wrote:
<quoted text>I could care less. I don't consider them to be real doctors. Anyone that would "adjust" a back when someone is in pain, prior to an xray, isn't a real doctor in my book. Its like a muffler shop deciding to change your brakes without inspecting them first. Its sorta like calling an oil change guy at delta sonic an auto mechanic.
If these post were purely on chiropractors, I'd be on the floor laughing at how studpid people really are. Learn what a chiropractors scope of practice truly is. Chiropractors can and do order Xrays. They are not surgeons, they are not orthopedist, but neither are most medical doctors. I have been in the medical field for 20 years and my scope of practice and those of a chiropractor do intersect. Personally, I believe we are better: we can't order xrays nor can I really read one and I will also add that it takes longer for a chiropractor to get their PhD than it did for me, but we work more in correlation with MDs than do chiropractors. If you know anything about therapy areas of it is guess work based on theories. There are areas of treatment that I would go to a chiropractor for.
XFactor

Rochester, NY

#141 Apr 24, 2012
Wow wrote:
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Faye- idiots such as yourself confirm my belief that there really isn't much hope left for today's society. Before you reply, look up your facts. NYS Licensing Buereau clearly states that there is an automatic revokation or suspension of a chiropracters license if they have a DWI. I'm guessing by your post you have less education than a massage therapist...which is an 18 month licensing program. 4 years of a college and 5 years of graduate school, not to mention clinical hours to become a chiropractor. Open a collegiate journal such as the Cochrane Reviews and learn something about chiropractic work.
You have completely proven my point that the ONLY person he tried to help was himself. You wrote, "NYS Licensing Buereau clearly states that there is an automatic revokation or suspension of a chiropracters license if they have a DWI." That is precisely my point as his motivation for fleeing. I would gather he knows this rule especially since you also indicate he must be pretty intelligent with all of those required years of college. He does have prior DUI/DWI convictions before being officially licensed that are being considered in his felony indictment. The board has not pulled his license to practice b/c the legal proceedings are still in play. He has not been convicted of any crime. YET.
Old fossil

Larchmont, NY

#142 Apr 24, 2012
Seems to Me there are some very intelligent people posting on here and some less fortunate (by laziness) folks. Go out and go get an education and stop slamming those who have one. I would love to know the education level of all who have posted on this blog. Such ignorant talk...
Old fossil

Larchmont, NY

#143 Apr 24, 2012
XFactor wrote:
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You have completely proven my point that the ONLY person he tried to help was himself. You wrote, "NYS Licensing Buereau clearly states that there is an automatic revokation or suspension of a chiropracters license if they have a DWI." That is precisely my poias his motivation for fleeing. I would gather he knows this rule especially since you also indicate he must be pretty intelligent with all of those required years of college. He does have prior DUI/DWI convictions before being officially licensed that are being considered in his felony indictment. The board has not pulled his license to practice b/c the legal proceedings are still in play. He has not been convicted of any crime. YET.
Wow... Guess you are either part of his defense or working with the district attorney? How would you know any prior anything is being considered? Guess you probly won't respond.. But you should be very careful what you post.
Old fossil

Larchmont, NY

#144 Apr 24, 2012
P Rimate wrote:
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Whaaa...waaa...booo...hooo...h ooo.
get on with your life and stop blaming everyone around you for being black. The energy you are spending bei. Get hateful and disgruntled.. Could be better spent on yourself.. Every blog I read you pull out the race card.. Guess what.. It's not about race.. Stop using race as your excuse to be a deadbeat
sago77

Rochester, NY

#145 Apr 25, 2012
RacistFireCrotchBarnFart wrote:
When are you whites going to be held accountable and have to do "real jail time" like blacks do when we kill people??
probably not in many cases. I find it unfortunate, however I find a lot of blacks have huge chips on their shoulders and think they are owed everything. That's the problem with NY. If you don't get your way, you just get louder like a small child and we give in and hand over whatever it is that you want. I really don't care what color you are..if you commit a crime..you should go to jail. It's not anyones fault that there are more blacks in jail than whites. It comes down to how you were raised, morals and your behavior....
XFactor

Rochester, NY

#146 Apr 25, 2012
Old fossil wrote:
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Wow... Guess you are either part of his defense or working with the district attorney? How would you know any prior anything is being considered? Guess you probly won't respond.. But you should be very careful what you post.
I am merely giving my opinion on a post and prior reply. I just find it funny that the post started with a slam about my "2nd grade comprehension" when their post read: "automatic revokation or suspension of a chiropracters license." Talk about 2nd grade. It's RevoCation (with a C) and chiropractOr (with an O).

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