February 16, 2006

Keep on giving it to them

Here ya go,keep on giving the damn kids a drivelicense.

Posted by The Brat From Georgia at February 16, 2006 05:09 PM | TrackBack

Also heard about another incident this morning about a teen who while drunk slammed his car into two other cars killing both of his sisters. One of which was thrown 70 feet from the car. You will never get thru to parents who have a child mentality and there are alot of them out there. Children raiseing children.

Posted by: sompopo at February 20, 2006 10:53 AM

Since Friday there have been SIX cases like this on the news.Its awefull!
The kids think its so cool to drive a car and the parents are so used to the american way of having a car and license at the age of 15,but don't realize what a murder machine it is!There they all fuss about drugs and alcohol or smoking a cigarret,but a car....YAY,nothing safer then that,right?Wrong!In the US I find that many kids are considered "adult" at a very young age,no worse "responsible".For chriest sakes....they are KIDS,there is NO resposibillity!
I wonder how many more kids will have to die before poarents realize that just because the law says they can,they do not HAVE to give them a license!
Its so scary!

Posted by: The Brat at February 20, 2006 11:13 AM

I agree 100%. My 16 1/2 year-old daughter wonders why she doesn't have even a permit while her peers can legally drive themselves. My reasoning is this: if she doesn't have the maturity to bring home decent grades (nothing below a C, and no more than one or two of those max) why would I think she is mature enough to handle two tons of four-wheeled death? She may not be able to get a license until she is past 18, but at least she'll be alive until then, so long as I have a say over it.

Posted by: diamond dave at February 21, 2006 05:12 PM

Update:Brother Charged in Deaths of Sisters
(WSB Radio) -- A Clayton County teenager has been charged with two counts of vehicular homicide and one count of DUI resulting from an accident that claimed the lives of his two sisters.
Assistant Clayton County Police Jeff Turner says the accident happened around 11pm Saturday night when 19-year-old Amar Hussain hit a van on Tara Boulevard.

"As a result of this collision, the Lincoln went into the median, actually went airborne, went over another vehicle, and hit a Jeep Cherokee head-on," said Turner. "The rear passenger in the Lincoln was ejected out the back window."

The driver of the Lincoln, 19-year-old Amar Hussain, who police say was under the influence, received serious injuries and is being treated at Southern Regional Medical Center.

Hussain's two sisters, 18-year-old Sovia and 15-year-old Faika, died at the scene.

The driver of the Jeep Cherokee, 25-year-old Lotefia Hammonds of Alabama, is hospitalized in serious condition.

A passenger in the Jeep is also in serious condition.

Posted by: sompopo at February 22, 2006 08:26 AM