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kevinowhite April 19, 2014 at 09:01 AM
@Drew Meister.... First, I don't have anything to do with anyone in this story. I just think yourRead Moreco mment is ridiculous. @Kathie Lumberg posted a picture in the Town Hall section of the patch. Not in the news section. In case you're new to the Patch, this is the description of what is to be posted in Town Square... "Post anything you want from lost pets to school plays to wedding announcements, or simply share a photo." Looks to me like someone posted a photo as a remembrance/memorial. "Nothing to do with the facts"? Really? Fact: the young man WAS killed in a motorcycle accident. Fact: he had a four month old. Fact: he was thrilled about the new addition to his family. Fact: @Drew Meister needs to keep his/her heartless comments to his/herself.
Drew Meister April 19, 2014 at 10:18 PM
Kevinowhite The Town Hall post links directly to the Patch story and comments. Whatever KathieRead Moreposte d remains inconsequential to the original story. Your "Facts" are pure emotionalism. Criticism such as those posted by yourself without thoroughly understanding the nuances of the post are common. I stand by my questions of the incident without apology.
kevinowhite April 19, 2014 at 11:07 PM
I made no reference to your questions related to the original story. I just found it disrespectfulRead Moret o the young man to question Kathie's post. I think "nuances" can be read into anything. Like your questions in the original story...not that I don't think they are good questions, but they reek of "I'll bet the outlaw whippersnapper on a motorcycle is to blame". Your questions could just as easily have been about the old man's ability to drive at his age, his blood alcohol level, whether his car was a Crown Victoria or Grand Marquis... You are right. Too many questions!
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