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psshgangsta wrote...
the 19 year old girl had 1 dui an wasn't driving! an had half of a jooze an blew a .023. good one police!
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brinkmanfamily wrote...
And as for Travers17 grow up!! Life is what you make it! And its not all rosy even when you are accomplished and have everything you want and need!
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brinkmanfamily wrote...
21 because that is the age that your liver is fully developed! Dont be a dumb parent grow up and help be part of the change! Keep your kids active and stay involved dont be there friends be there parent and confidont! Cause things are worse than they use to be and consequences are higher, do you want to pay them when your child crashes or overdoses?
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brinkmanfamily wrote...
Hello I am a 25 year old mother of 2 children, I grew up in Auburn were there was an over abundance of kids with bad lives, kids with money and every other excuse to use the drugs and alcohol available. And i think you parents on here who believe what they try now is what we tried then. Well its not!! I still have friends dying from overdose and there is no reason for this! I tried alot and did alot in high school but it will not be tolerated in my house hold! Also did you know u cant drink till
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trever17 wrote...
This story is wayyy over exaggerated and it also tells lie's.....
We live in a small town of Orting, its crappy with nothing to do here..
The concerned parents should worry about their own kids, and not other people's kid's, cause your in the wrong town if you think kids are gonna stop drinking here.

Our world isn't perfect like you guys want it to be and it never will be.

I will continue to have fun and live my life as before.
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martinm wrote...
This comment space is short. I continue. There were a lot of problems with drug and alcohol use in our schools last year. Student behaviors were over the top, not a surprise with all of that going on. Our school admnistration is in denial and needs to do more to let parents know what is going on and to have better discipline at school.
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martinm wrote...
Many of our kids in Orting are experimenting with drugs and alcohol at younger and younger ages. There are drug dealers hanging around the shopping area here at all hours trying to get a hold on our kids. Some people seem to be completely unaware. I want to believe it is not because they don't care. One of my kid's teachers got into trouble for trying to talk about this with parents last year. She was only trying to warn people for their child's safety. Wake up people!
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wownumber1972 wrote...
Many of you are so judgemental... Did any of these teens with promising futures attempt to drive home? No. It sounds like they were making dumb choices but not chosing to drive while under the influence is a pretty responsible move. You were never at a party with alchohol before you were 21? You never had peer pressure? I can see the negativity for a person contributing to minors, not cool, but kids at a party doing what everyone else in Orting is doing? How can we come up with solutions?
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jvaughn50 wrote...
I am concerned when I hear about intoxicated 15 or 16 year old girls in the presence of older males. Were the males 17 and 18 or 35 and 40? Not sure. I am concerned about a 19 year old with 3 prior DUI's. She needs help.

My thoughts are community service at the hospital in the wards for parapalegic and quadrapalegics. Spend time in the Emergency Room on a Friday and Saturday Night. I worked as a medic and saw what happens? I drink and walk home or take a cab? Be proactive.
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jvaughn50 wrote...
I light of the article and my push for proactive measurese, I salute Project Graduation. This group recognizes that graduation parties and under age drinking has been a tradition. Unfortunatley, one that has caused many problems.

We know that kids will experiment. I hate to see their lives ruined before they get started. As a Christian community, are we being understanding, compassionate, and forgiving or are we being judgemental? There must be a better way to address these issues.
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