remind me of the time when an upper-classmen drove straight instead of turning right or left (you can only go left/right) out of my school and landed his car into a neighbor's swiming poolmactastic said:Yeah that's sad.
Next up: Stories about the rash of alcohol and hazing related deaths as the Greeks recruit their n00bs and college freshman struggle with How Much Alcohol Is Too Much Alcohol.
devilot76 said:That's sort of sad, maybe the attacker (who thought her roomie had hidden a camera by the way) has a mental illness... I mean, that's a pretty far-out accusation, and a really extreme reaction.
You're surprised that one woman attacked another woman? Have you ever watched Jerry Springer? Every episode can pretty much be paraphrased like this:wdlove said:Ouch Amazing it was female on female incident. Wonder if there really was a camera?
Are you at school at BGSU by any chance? Just curious, because that's where my fiancee and I go to school, and of course we both lived in Harshman Anderson a floor above where this stuff happened (though, mercifully, a couple of years ago).Lord Blackadder said:
...or missing a few buttons off her remote control.Lyle said:I'm guessing that ol' Sharronda is a few fries short of a Happy Meal.
lol--at the most mature 18 year olds are in the military comment.Mechcozmo said:The IDF, which is made up of people this age, doesn't have issues like this. Sad that young people can't be more mature. You don't need to be drafted into the military to be more mature, but so far, most of the news articles have shown that the most mature 18 year olds are in the military.
Rather confused here. I'm asking why more people can't be like the men and women in the IDF. Mature and not drunk and/or high and/or stupid. I've got quite a bit of respect for someone who can say that they actually are in charge of someone else's life, and their decisions and their timing of decisions can save their life and the people who's lives they are in charge of.durruti said:lol--at the most mature 18 year olds are in the military comment.
gross overgeneralization and simplification of what went down...
Usually, i just lurk here, but now, i'm a postin.
You folks (by quoting you I don't mean to single you out, Mechcozmo) are breaking my heart. An incident like this has much less to do with maturity and much more to do with chemical imbalance -- or are we arguing that 45 year old businessmen never attack those nearby with that which is closest to hand? Maturity comes and goes in spurts (it's recursive) -- it's not an ongoing thing you either do or do not have.Mechcozmo said:Sad that young people can't be more mature. You don't need to be drafted into the military to be more mature, but so far, most of the news articles have shown that the most mature 18 year olds are in the military.