Farstrider, on 14 September 2012 - 19:21, said:
You have been trying quite hard to make this point, but it's a little "like running ducks off a waters back!!" Ha ha Just not getting through to the majority I see!
I've used the spoonerism intentionally btw.
I blame the title of the article. It makes it seem like he drove under the influence and on top of that, while he tweeted.
HawkMan, on 14 September 2012 - 20:39, said:
Apparently not ony does no one read the article, but they don't red any replies before posting either.
It's a damn shame too.
Chris123NT, on 14 September 2012 - 20:45, said:
I guess this is one way to get rid of stupid people lol.
What makes them stupid? For being victims of what might be a non-alcohol related accident?
Vice, on 14 September 2012 - 20:45, said:
This YOLO thing has really worked out quite well for humanity.
I saw what you did there.
Reverend Spam, on 14 September 2012 - 20:46, said:
What a moron...... And a murderer.
Who's the moron and a murderer?
Wyn6, on 14 September 2012 - 20:49, said:
I appreciate the attempt, Anaron. At least you did read the article and seem to have some shred of humanity unlike others here. But, the responses here simply show that the human race has a long way to go.
Thanks, Wyn6. It really isn't hard to take a couple of minutes to read the article.
KingCracker, on 14 September 2012 - 20:49, said:
The only thing I hate about this is that he took 4 other people with him. If he wants to be a dumb ass idiot and drive drunk and then kill himself then it should of just been him that died. No RIP from me, this guy was a pure and simple idiot.
But the police don't know if the driver (Jonathan Watson, not Ervin McKinness) was drunk. What makes you think he drove under the influence of alcohol?