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KurtCobain
11-19-2006, 08:14 PM
Right behind my apartment building is a fairly busy traintrack. Apparently, 3 teens got ****ed up and decided on a suicide attempt last night. They sat on the tracks and listened to a radio while the awaited the train to run them over. The police have been trying to clean it up all day but ran out of daylight. It was just on the news and there is police tape everywhere.

The sad thing is last night me and some buddies were out back drinking when we heard loud music coming from the tracks. It must've been them. We yelled to turn it down and shut the **** up, joking around.

Simplex3
11-19-2006, 08:15 PM
You should have gone down and killed their ass, nobody would have been the wiser.

siberian khatru
11-19-2006, 08:20 PM
The sad thing is last night me and some buddies were out back drinking when we heard loud music coming from the tracks.

Was it Jethro Tull's "Locomotive Breath"?

Redcoats58
11-19-2006, 08:24 PM
I just got a job with BNSF as a conductor and apparently if someone gets run over by a train after the police come you get to clean stuff from under the train in case hoses or anything get broken. Not the body just excess stuff, I sure hope I don't have to go through that any time soon.

scott free
11-19-2006, 08:24 PM
That is really sad, i just had a long talk with my kids tonight about being morally strong and not letting the world and peers drag you to oblivion. This world is headed for shit in a hurry, f#cked up stories like this seem to become more prevelant every day......

Thanks a lot Joey... :sulk:

Redcoats58
11-19-2006, 08:26 PM
That is really sad, i just had a long talk with my kids tonight about being morally strong and not letting the world and peers drag you to oblivion. This world is headed for shit in a hurry, f#cked up stories like this seem to become more prevelant every day......

Thanks a lot Joey... :sulk:

Well you're right it is sad but those kids had a choice and they took the easy way out.

Delano
11-19-2006, 08:28 PM
Well you're right it is sad but those kids had a choice and they took the easy way out.


Congratulations on the new job and you are right about the fact that these dipshits sure do not represent the majority of teenagers or indicate the direction of the country.

Simplex3
11-19-2006, 08:29 PM
That is really sad, i just had a long talk with my kids tonight about being morally strong and not letting the world and peers drag you to oblivion. This world is headed for shit in a hurry, f#cked up stories like this seem to become more prevelant every day......
I'm betting this has a lot to do with kids not learning to lose on the little things.

It seems to me that we spend too much time trying to protect kids from emotional pain. As we get older the things that hurt us are more severe. If we haven't developed the ability to deal with the small things the big things are too much.

Redcoats58
11-19-2006, 08:31 PM
Congratulations on the new job and you are right about the fact that these dipshits sure do not represent the majority of teenagers or indicate the direction of the country.

Ah thank you. Its a shame people go out like this. Teenagers always think the smallest things are a huge part of their life and stress over them. Girls, popularity, and school.

Redcoats58
11-19-2006, 08:31 PM
Ah thank you. Its a shame people go out like this. Teenagers always think the smallest things are a huge part of their life and stress over them. Girls or boys, popularity, and school.

Delano
11-19-2006, 08:36 PM
Ah thank you. Its a shame people go out like this. Teenagers always think the smallest things are a huge part of their life and stress over them. Girls, popularity, and school.

Agreed, and that is why it is so important to have caring, involved parents at that stage in life.

scott free
11-19-2006, 08:40 PM
I'm betting this has a lot to do with kids not learning to lose on the little things.

It seems to me that we spend too much time trying to protect kids from emotional pain. As we get older the things that hurt us are more severe. If we haven't developed the ability to deal with the small things the big things are too much.


Agreed. It just seems like the newer generation doesnt have the same coping mechanisms that previous ones did. There are more and more stories of kids falling off of a cliff these days. 3 days before Halloween a 20 year old 5 houses away hung himself from the tree in his front yard...popular kid, young, blah, blah, blah.

Another recent story in these parts was a young mom in her 20's who, with her dirtbag boyfriend, strapped her 3 kids all under age 9 into a car and pushed them into a local lake???

There are just too many distractions and not enough family support in modern life IMO.

KurtCobain
11-19-2006, 08:45 PM
Was it Jethro Tull's "Locomotive Breath"?

No, it was 98.9 the rock. I heard some red hot chili peppers at one point.

Simplex3
11-19-2006, 08:49 PM
No, it was 98.9 the rock. I heard some red hot chili peppers at one point.
I bet they played an Ozzy song. Those kids killed themselves because they were thinking "Damn, if new rock is so bad that we still have to hear Crazy Train twice a day we might as well end it now."