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Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: yeah right (IP Logged)
Date: January 23, 2008 08:55AM

bobo Wrote:
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> And will anyone else learn a lesson from this sad
> incident? Methinks not. Each time the weekend
> rolls around kids will party hardy and the
> parents/adults will be totally in the dark about
> their little darlings...smug and content that THEY
> LIVE IN POLAND and consequently must be so much
> smarter and talented than the low lifes who live
> in the poor sections of the area and therefore
> THEIR CHILDREN are BETTER than all the poor kids
> in the poor areas...so nothing bad is ALLOWED to
> happen to THEIR KIDS.
> What's surprising is that more stupid and
> senseless accidents don't occur more often.

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: yeah right (IP Logged)
Date: January 23, 2008 08:59AM

that is funny!!! yeah kids are kids in any neighborhood but i have to say i sleep much better knowing i m here in POLAND,OHIO then i would sleeping in my sad to say sorry hometown of murder town USA Y-TOWN!!!!

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: 90polandgrad (IP Logged)
Date: January 24, 2008 11:33AM

> bobo Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > And will anyone else learn a lesson from this
> sad
> > incident? Methinks not. Each time the weekend
> > rolls around kids will party hardy and the
> > parents/adults will be totally in the dark
> about
> > their little darlings...smug and content that
> THEY
> > LIVE IN POLAND and consequently must be so much
> > smarter and talented than the low lifes who
> live
> > in the poor sections of the area and therefore
> > THEIR CHILDREN are BETTER than all the poor
> kids
> > in the poor areas...so nothing bad is ALLOWED
> to
> > happen to THEIR KIDS.
> > What's surprising is that more stupid and
> > senseless accidents don't occur more often.

Sounds to me like you have a lot of jealousy issues. I am a graduate from Poland and I think it is sad when ANY child is hurt. Turn on your TV...kids are dying every day in the military.

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: Here's the deal (IP Logged)
Date: January 28, 2008 01:36PM

90polandgrad Wrote:
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> > bobo Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > And will anyone else learn a lesson from this
> > sad
> > > incident? Methinks not. Each time the weekend
> > > rolls around kids will party hardy and the
> > > parents/adults will be totally in the dark
> > about
> > > their little darlings...smug and content that
> > THEY
> > > LIVE IN POLAND and consequently must be so
> much
> > > smarter and talented than the low lifes who
> > live
> > > in the poor sections of the area and
> therefore
> > > THEIR CHILDREN are BETTER than all the poor
> > kids
> > > in the poor areas...so nothing bad is ALLOWED
> > to
> > > happen to THEIR KIDS.
> > > What's surprising is that more stupid and
> > > senseless accidents don't occur more often.
>
> Sounds to me like you have a lot of jealousy
> issues. I am a graduate from Poland and I think
> it is sad when ANY child is hurt. Turn on your
> TV...kids are dying every day in the military.


I think the point trying to be made is that if a child dies in Poland or a child dies in Y-town - it's still a shame. I live in Poland - and I feel horrible about this girl dying - however, I still feel for the family that burned in Youngstown. I'm not too good to acknowledge others feelings. Alot of my friends, however, who also live in Poland feel that "oh well - another one bites the dust" when it comes to other areas and "how horrible" when it happens in Poland.

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