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Fatal teen accident in wolcott

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  1. neonmike

    neonmike Senior Member VIP

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    dude shouldnt have been driving if he already had so many infractions...thats just sad. I guess I can say anything about driving stupid cause just like at least 70% of us on here have done something stupid in a car but sometimes it comes back to get you. condolances to the families
     
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    yes but do it alone so if your gonna kill anybody it is only yourself
     
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    grief counsler: see kids darwn wins again. this is what happnes when someone far too inexperienced and dumb get in 3000 lbs of metal and goes excessivly fast. can't argue with the evolutionary process.

    which reminds me of how lucky i was to make it out of my teens and early 20s.
     
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    didnt we have this same discussion a little while back? some douchetard in a subie demolitiong the lives of others? in ct i think.
     
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    boostedf22 dis is why im not

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    yeah same thing... This is no different than any other asshat young buck, w/ more power behind the wheel than the count of pubic hairs on their balls.
     
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    This just happened today, the other one was a few weeks ago. On the news they were saying that the driver got a dui, I think earlier this year, and that he had already wrecked 4 cars. If I had a 17 year old son that had been in 4 wrecks there is no fucking way I would let them get a wrx or sti I can't tell which one it is. Actually I wouldn't let them get anything powerful until they can prove they can handle it or they aren't living at my house.
     
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    yes this did happen four weeks ago to some other ass clown who had way to much car for there experience. i am just waiting for them to actually start holding the parents accountable for this stuff when it happens because there is no way a 17 year old kid can afford a car like this, so that means mommy and daddy had to help in some way to be able for them to get a car like this.
     
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    happens every time
     
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    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    this is why i will NOT let my kids ride in cars with other kids. even on prom night, i would rather pay $400 for a limo than risk my kids getting killed. and i wont let them get a fast car. they will have something cheap and clean. they can race when they are older and more responsible.

    this is also another reason why insurance is so high. fucktards getting nicer cars than most of us have now when they are only 17. then they wreck and we have to pay.
     
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    good point!
     
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    Thats one reason the 25 year old discount is great. I vaguely remember hearing about another accident, within the last year, in Wolcott with a few teens in a pickup, possibly a bother/sister, where they lost control on the way to school and died. I can now see why my father wouldn't let me buy anything remotely fast for a first or second car.
     
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    My father let me buy anything i wanted. Why? because he knew he had taught me well moral values, responsibility, and i had been driving with him since i was 14 (he let me take the truck for saturday morning paper route deliveries - with him).

    The problem is parents send there kids to drivers ed (which is a joke of a driving program) and that's it. they don't take them out and let them get seat time. They have no offensive driving skills. all they know how to do is hand-over-hand and k-turns. fucking yay
     
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    a friend of mine had a buddy killed by a street racing wrx..
     
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    not only all that has stated above are true but this is also the states problem. We have a zero tolerance law in this state and this kid should have not had his license after the dui arrest that he got nailed for. Daddy must have some deep pockets to have gotten him his license back
    and look what it cost him both of his kids, i just find it absolutley rediculous that an insurance company would even consider this kid after his track record at his age. I chalk all of it up to bad,no wait horrible parenting.
     
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    boostedf22 dis is why im not

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    I have said this before , many many times. The parents should do the jail time or be held responsible!!! For there kid actions!! PERIOD!!! Shit would change real quick. I dont think fines would be suffice in the case. Jail time , jail time, jail time. These half ass, lazy, irresponsible parents are the problem. Kids that have no respect are kids that have been raised that way.
     
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