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Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: Just curious (IP Logged)
Date: January 07, 2008 12:21PM

mooney money Wrote:
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> Danny Buccino seen partying over the weekend with
> his bbf's from high school.


Where was he seen?

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: mooney monet (IP Logged)
Date: January 07, 2008 02:46PM

bbf's= best black friends

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: Hmmmm (IP Logged)
Date: January 08, 2008 07:15AM

He was also working out at the Y EVERYDAY the week following the murder. He's really upset over this whole thing, huh?

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: honestly (IP Logged)
Date: January 08, 2008 08:07AM

what do people expect him to do. life goes on. should he be in hiding? it doesn't mean its not on his mind.

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: iron mike (IP Logged)
Date: January 08, 2008 08:27AM

My first post. I served in the military and for almost 25 years had a very difficult time dealing with the fact that I had taken human lives in my role as a member of the armed services. There were/are a couple of incidents that I will never be able to erase from my memory. I had difficulty functioning in everyday life and coming to terms with my guilt and self worth. I did not want to go out in public and felt as though I had no right to live my life because I had deprived others of their lives. I found out that this is the most common of reponses humans experience. If some of the above postings are accurate, it looks as though this boy does not have any remorse of feel any responsibility for is role in the girl's death.

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: Hmmm (IP Logged)
Date: January 08, 2008 06:15PM

In response to "Honestly", yeah I do expect him to go into hiding. He just MURDERED someone the week before. Accident or not he took a life of a young girl in her own home with her mother and brother present. He shouldnt be able to look at himself in a mirror let alone go party with friends and workout at the Y. Sure he made a terrible mistake, one that has affected many, many lives. But show some remorse.

If I had done something that STUPID I think I would be in a fetal position in the corner or a room, drooling and wetting my pants. I couldnt bear the thought of living let alone get up and go out in public. Does he have NO respect for the people that loved her?

The more I hear about him, the more I hate him.

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: honestly (IP Logged)
Date: January 08, 2008 09:39PM

i truly do have mixed emotions about this. i mean life does go on, and if the mother and brother can forgive, is it about forgiveness or personal interest. many factors here. i absolutely do not think this should have been dropped to a misdemeanor. what a slap in the face.

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: I see it (IP Logged)
Date: January 08, 2008 09:53PM

honestly Wrote:
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> i truly do have mixed emotions about this. i mean
> life does go on, and if the mother and brother can
> forgive, is it about forgiveness or personal
> interest. many factors here. i absolutely do not
> think this should have been dropped to a
> misdemeanor. what a slap in the face.

I agree. This was swept under the carpet. The brat killed a girl. The girl also was
(rest in peace) quite a number. And her mom was/is too permissive. End of story. Why did her brother need at gun at OSU? If OSU is so bad, why did she let her daughter go there? Creepy family. Creepy poland. What do you expect with a Save a Lot right down the road????? Just like Youngstown. Crappy stores and gun-toting kids.

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: reenie (IP Logged)
Date: January 09, 2008 07:25AM

I see it Wrote:
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> honestly Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > i truly do have mixed emotions about this. i
> mean
> > life does go on, and if the mother and brother
> can
> > forgive, is it about forgiveness or personal
> > interest. many factors here. i absolutely do
> not
> > think this should have been dropped to a
> > misdemeanor. what a slap in the face.
>
> I agree. This was swept under the carpet. The
> brat killed a girl. The girl also was
> (rest in peace) quite a number. And her mom
> was/is too permissive. End of story. Why did her
> brother need at gun at OSU? If OSU is so bad, why
> did she let her daughter go there? Creepy family.
> Creepy poland. What do you expect with a Save a
> Lot right down the road????? Just like
> Youngstown. Crappy stores and gun-toting kids.


that's funny, you hit the nail right on the head. unfortunate, but very true.

Re: Family views death as lesson for others
Posted by: bobo (IP Logged)
Date: January 09, 2008 09:21AM

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.

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