Person found dead behind northern Car...

Person found dead behind northern Carbon fire station

There are 36 comments on the The Morning Call story from Nov 29, 2007, titled Person found dead behind northern Carbon fire station. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Authorities are investigating the death of a person found behind a fire company in Tresckow, Banks Township, early this morning.

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tkk

Washingtonville, PA

#2 Nov 29, 2007
enlightment wrote:
If you were behind the Tresckow fire company, wouldn't you commit suicide??
AND YOUR FROM WHERE? YOU POST SAID N.J. BELIEVE ME TAKE A POLL NOT MANY PEOPLE WOULD WANT TO LIVE IN JERSEY. SAY ISN'T THAT WERE THEY HAVE THEY GAAY GOVERNOR!!
observer of ills

United States

#3 Nov 29, 2007
A Scranton tv station said he was playing Russian roulette with another person and obviously lost!
Quakertown

Downingtown, PA

#6 Nov 29, 2007
Oh geez....people!
yeah right

Bethlehem, PA

#7 Nov 29, 2007
ADOBBS HITLER wrote:
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You sheep molester! You couldn't afford a house in New Jersey even if you wanted to live here. Top three in the country in real estate values and median income. Google the real estate values in New Jersey and compare them to the rusty part of the country where you live or Just ask Billy Joel, he will tell you.
Woopdey doo!
I bet your trying to keep up with the Jones?
You probably still live with your parents! That's the only way you can afford to live in NJ.
Why don't you keep your gangs in NJ and all the rest of the scum.
Bryan 3620

United States

#9 Nov 29, 2007
A guy dies and people are fighting over PA and NJ.
Wow.
The brain power in here is outstanding.
Angie

AOL

#10 Nov 29, 2007
tkk wrote:
<quoted text>AND YOUR FROM WHERE? YOU POST SAID N.J. BELIEVE ME TAKE A POLL NOT MANY PEOPLE WOULD WANT TO LIVE IN JERSEY. SAY ISN'T THAT WERE THEY HAVE THEY GAAY GOVERNOR!!
And home of the Sopranos, so quitcherbitchin.
Angie

AOL

#11 Nov 29, 2007
yeah right wrote:
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You probably still live with your parents! That's the only way you can afford to live in NJ.
Why don't you keep your gangs in NJ and all the rest of the scum.
Many people who are still in Jersey can afford to be there because the majority are college educated with high paying jobs so we're not talking about some dumb yokels here. And is that what you think, that NJ is all gangs? Unreal, another Einstein stereotype. You guys from PA who keep making these assinine ASSumptions are only digging your own holes, you make yourselves look worse & worse everytime you open your pie holes.
tkk

Washingtonville, PA

#12 Nov 30, 2007
ADOBBS HITLER wrote:
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You sheep molester! You couldn't afford a house in New Jersey even if you wanted to live here. Top three in the country in real estate values and median income. Google the real estate values in New Jersey and compare them to the rusty part of the country where you live or Just ask Billy Joel, he will tell you.
Well im 43 and retired, i live in a $530,000 house in the woods on 23 acres. I drive a new truck every 3 years. I travel alot. I bought land when i was very young. Sat on it and sold it for about 500 times what i bought it for. So now im finacialy set. So i'd have to say im probably a lot better off than you are, jersey jerkoff!!!!
ADOBBS HITLER

Brooklyn, NY

#13 Nov 30, 2007
Elusive Wapit american indian

As a native american myself, after all, I was born here on this continent, I sure do get tired of perenially being accused of racism for calling illegal aliens what they are…illegal.

As far as being decendants of liars, thieves, and genocidal murderers, Kelly the American Indian need only look as far as her own family tree to find some. Moreover, her claim of indigenousness is a bit suspect, as her relatives migrated here to this continent same as everyone else. In fact, there are some indications that her ancestors also committed genocide by pushing out the previous inhabitants. I doubt they were treated with mercy and accomodation either.

So her attempt to claim the moral high ground in this debate is spurious. Her ancestors robbed, killed, scalped, and took slaves way before Europeans got here.

So, pot, this is kettle calling. Get off your high horse. And knock off all of this group guilt crap. My ancestors were still in Europe when yours and the earlier Whites were hacking each other to pieces.
tkk

Washingtonville, PA

#14 Nov 30, 2007
Angie wrote:
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And home of the Sopranos, so quitcherbitchin.
It's a television show ya know, not reality, quite livin in a dream AHOLE!
ADOBBS HITLER

Brooklyn, NY

#15 Nov 30, 2007
Losing Our Minds over Immigration
Posted November 30, 2007 | 09:13 PM (EST)

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/eric-haas/losin...

On the issue of immigration, politicians and much of the mainstream media are playing with our minds. By repeating the phrase "illegal immigrants," they're creating a misleading stereotype. It's inaccurate. And, it's distracting us from the real issue -- economic exploitation of all low-wage workers in the U.S.

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The Republicans did it in their YouTube debate on CNN. In the first 30 minutes, the Republicans repeatedly used the term "illegal immigrant" and spent the time sparring over which of them could treat them more harshly. Were the painters who worked on Romney's house and the low-wage workers in Giuliani's New York City really such a grave threat to America?

CNN's John King used the term, too. And so did CNN's Wolf Blitzer and Campbell Brown in the most recent Democratic debate in Las Vegas. And, some of the Democratic candidates used it also, though Kucinich specifically refused ("There are no illegal human beings"). But he's in the minority. The term is everywhere in the press. You can find it in the Washington Post here and in the New York Times here, as well as the doubly derogatory term "illegal alien" in the Washington Times here. They've all got "illegal" on the brain.
Beach828

Indianapolis, IN

#16 Nov 30, 2007
ADOBBS HITLER wrote:
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You sheep molester! You couldn't afford a house in New Jersey even if you wanted to live here. Top three in the country in real estate values and median income. Google the real estate values in New Jersey and compare them to the rusty part of the country where you live or Just ask Billy Joel, he will tell you.
I can buy three times the home and land here in the hoosier state, sorry you have to live in a cracker box. I am sitting in my sun room right now watching my grandson run across the back 40.
Angie

AOL

#18 Nov 30, 2007
tkk wrote:
<quoted text>Well im 43 and retired, i live in a $530,000 house in the woods on 23 acres.
The price is because of the acreage not because of the house. You can have a little shack that's worth nothing btu if it's on 40 acres it can be worth a fortune.
Angie

AOL

#19 Nov 30, 2007
tkk wrote:
<quoted text>It's a television show ya know, not reality, quite livin in a dream AHOLE!
Hate to tell you but quite a lot in that show is true. Especially the part about those from Jersey not taking any crap from people. Then again many uneducated fools I've come in contact with here to start the Jersey bashing only make me consider the source & take it with a grain of salt. Poor things, they know not what they speak.
Angie

AOL

#20 Nov 30, 2007
Beach828 wrote:
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I can buy three times the home and land here in the hoosier state, sorry you have to live in a cracker box. I am sitting in my sun room right now watching my grandson run across the back 40.
Why do people also think NJ has no property? Many parts of the state have homes that have acreS of property with large houses, & yes even <gasp> farms with acres of property. I personally however don't know if I'd want that much land, I'm very happy with my small yard. Who wants to mow all that grass? Unless of course you're Laura Ingalls.
Beach828

Indianapolis, IN

#21 Nov 30, 2007
Angie wrote:
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Why do people also think NJ has no property? Many parts of the state have homes that have acreS of property with large houses, & yes even <gasp> farms with acres of property. I personally however don't know if I'd want that much land, I'm very happy with my small yard. Who wants to mow all that grass? Unless of course you're Laura Ingalls.
I have been to New Jersey, I am just saying my dollar goes further - thats all.
Beach828

Indianapolis, IN

#22 Nov 30, 2007
Angie wrote:
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Why do people also think NJ has no property? Many parts of the state have homes that have acreS of property with large houses, & yes even <gasp> farms with acres of property. I personally however don't know if I'd want that much land, I'm very happy with my small yard. Who wants to mow all that grass? Unless of course you're Laura Ingalls.
Land is what is important, sitting in a cracker box waiting for the sardine can to open is just existing, not real living. Owning land doesn't always mean you are living on a farm. Many people think if you live in Ohio or Indiana you must be farming - wrong assumption. Friends of mine that live in NJ just outside of Philly, thought Indiana was all farming - they were wrong.
Beach828

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Nov 30, 2007
Angie wrote:
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Why do people also think NJ has no property? Many parts of the state have homes that have acreS of property with large houses, & yes even <gasp> farms with acres of property. I personally however don't know if I'd want that much land, I'm very happy with my small yard. Who wants to mow all that grass? Unless of course you're Laura Ingalls.
We also have crappy parts of Indiana, Gary Indiana is just like Atlantic City - unless Atlantic City has cleaned up?
Angie

AOL

#24 Dec 1, 2007
Beach828 wrote:
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I have been to New Jersey, I am just saying my dollar goes further - thats all.
That I can agree with. You are absolutely right that here the dollar goes further.
Angie

AOL

#25 Dec 1, 2007
Beach828 wrote:
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Land is what is important, sitting in a cracker box waiting for the sardine can to open is just existing, not real living. Owning land doesn't always mean you are living on a farm. Many people think if you live in Ohio or Indiana you must be farming - wrong assumption. Friends of mine that live in NJ just outside of Philly, thought Indiana was all farming - they were wrong.
That's your opinion & I respect that but I personally wouldn't want over an acre of land. My yard is exactly 0.120 & that's perfect for me. Not too big & not a little courtyard either. Although I do joke with my husband & tell him he should buy a huge riding lawnmower for the small yard & freak the neighboors out lol

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