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  1. Hanoverfist

    February 8th, 2013

    Good luck darlin.
    I cant say that as a young idiot I didnt do shit,
    but todays stuff will oughtright kill you.

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  2. Dan Ryan Galt

    February 8th, 2013

    We have grandchildren her age so I will temper my comment to say only that her stupid mistake has hurt a lot of people besides herself.

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  3. Bad Brad

    February 8th, 2013

    I’ve got sons 22 and 24. I’ve witnessed friends of theirs with addictive personalities self destruct. It’s a tragedy.

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  4. Rosemarazzle

    February 8th, 2013

    That pierced nose thing… If my daughters did that, I would rip it out. Is that her intention to look like a bull?

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  5. Bad Brad

    February 8th, 2013

    I’ve always gotten a long well with my kids friends. They occasionally will drop by just to visit with the wife and I. They are all conservative. Even the ones in deep shit. Sometimes it’s like watching someone drowning and you can’t do a damn thing about it. I wish I knew what was causing this.

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  6. old_oaks

    February 8th, 2013

    It’s a workaround folks, nothing more. No different than the ID10T that cooks whatever Reginald whipped up in his basement.

    There’s a reason this girl didn’t simply smoke MARIJUANA, and she’d more than likely be perfectly normal if she did.

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  7. Anonymous

    February 8th, 2013

    She looked like she was brain dead BEFORE she smoked it.

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  8. Bad Brad

    February 9th, 2013

    Wow Anonymous. So you reap so you will sow.

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  9. Edith McCrotch

    February 9th, 2013

    It’s all a matter of perspective.

    Our grand-parents were abhored by our actions and attitudes when WE were children, but were “tolerated” by our parents (somewhat).

    These conditional opinions of the youth of now is mellowed by the constant “behavioral acceptance” portrayed through music, movies, entertainment, magazines, the internet, etc.

    But those opinions are also tampered by the same method.

    It’s the same thing about “catastrophic” earthquakes, sunamis, landslides, or whatever.

    ALL these things have been happening for as long as man has been here (and not).

    It’s through the quick and almost direct connection (and then a quick and almost direct answer) that we have to what is happening to people in another state our country.

    20 years ago we wouldn’t care because by the time we heard about it…it was old news. (God knows what’ll be like 20 years from now….inserted brain chips anyone?)

    I see it in actions and attitudes everyday…here, there, and everywhere.

    They want things done NOW or yesterday.

    You know what I say when I have people ask me how long will it take to do something?

    I ask back, “How long is a piece of string?”

    Because unless I’m boiling an egg…”I don’t know!!!!”

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  10. Anonymous

    February 9th, 2013

    so they REMOVED HER FEEDING TUBE and lo and behold THAT was a mistake – while they were STARVING this poor girl she began to recover!

    How quick we are to end human life…

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  11. AbigailAdams

    February 9th, 2013

    The difference between (most) of our generation and hers is that we wanted to grow up and be independent. Now you can be a child into your late thirties.

    We need to return to having noble rites of passage for kids. Now with youth unemployment so high, they don’t even have a hope for independence. We’ve utterly failed this generation.

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  12. Bad Brad

    February 9th, 2013

    AbigailAdams, Bingo!

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  13. Edith McCrotch

    February 9th, 2013

    @ AbiAdams -

    Blame the non-noble work rite passage for the kids on the greedy lawyers who pushed parents to sue for extreme monetary damages because their “poor little baby” wasn’t smart enough to know that sharp knives will cut into skin or hot grease will scald.

    That’s why it cost $3.00 for an ARBY’S regular roast beef sandwich with only 50 cents.

    I really do feel sorry for the kids now.

    Starting at 14, I worked in cafe’s, restaurants, and fast food until I was able to get the hell out of my mom and dad’s house. (Joined the Navy)

    Now kids dont have that chance.

    THANK YOU BIG GOVERNMENT !!!! (sarc)

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  14. Edith McCrotch

    February 9th, 2013

    “with only 50 cents worth of ingredients.”

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  15. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    February 9th, 2013

    I wonder what that girl’s parents are like?
    I ask because a couple of my Jr. High school friends back in the day had loser parents who smoked weed with the kids after school. I never went back to their houses again. Their behavior at school started to make sense, though. lol. One person that I still keep in touch with has the attention span of a goldfish cracker. *sigh*

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  16. Edith McCrotch

    February 9th, 2013

    “goldfish cracker”…heh heh,

    at least (s)he’s smiling.

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  17. qestout

    February 9th, 2013

    If the ER could video these kids to show in the community, they’d not do it. They are in the depths of hell! The sounds that come out of them are unworldly, so unbelievably worse than a devil. It is sooooo sad.

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  18. Unruly Refugee

    February 9th, 2013

    Mary Jane Anklestraps, I had some friends with parents like that back in jr. high too. One guy’s dad was doing time for drug dealing. That guy and his brother both ended up in prison later on just like pops. The last time I went over there the mom was raising hell and accusing the kids of stealing her pot. Crazy!
    Lots of overdose deaths in my old neighborhood too. Makes me sick to think about it.

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  19. BigBraden

    February 9th, 2013

    maybe if kids didnt have to worry bout getting in trouble over alil pot they wouldnt try this crazy new lab-engineered stuff, basically skunk cabage/cat-nip/and some frankensense… when the safe stuff is illegal an the toxic stuff is legal what do u expect?…(k-2) is the next big thing for people lookin to pass drug test but still sitback an relax…i wouldnt touch(smoke)it if it was free…

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  20. Dr. Tar

    February 9th, 2013

    Where’s Obama on this issue? Is big government going to solve this problem for us? I’m incapable of making rational decisions not to risk my own health by doing dumb stuff. I need someone more enlighten to tell me what to do and not to do.

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  21. Tim

    February 9th, 2013

    There but by the grace of God, go I.

    God Bless Her.

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  22. bitterclinger

    February 9th, 2013

    If this girl recovers enough to recount her experience to other skulls full of mush, this may be G-d’s purpose for her.

    Agree with others’ examples of permissive parents “as long as it’s under my roof” nonsense. My best friend all through grade/high school “had” to get married when she was 18. No college, no house (trailer, though), but an okay life, considering. We’re both 50. My kids are 14 & 16. She has been a grandmother for 13 years!

    In college I wound up with an apartment-mate who did every drug on the planet with her (much older) loser boyfriend. At 8 a.m., our kitchen was filled with so much pot smoke, you couldn’t see. I never touched any of it. Shortly after, news came out about PCP-tainted weed

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