Man dies in car crash

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A Gambles Terrace man died early this morning in a car accident.

It occurred on the Sir Sidney Walling Highway at about 4:30 a.m.

Police are investigating.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. SCAPEGOATING THE ROAD

    Know that whatever ‘…thrills’ is also likely to kill.’

    For clarity of understanding, ‘…Drive fast and die fast.’

    That being said, none may dispute that ‘…how one drives, so he dies.’

    The condition of the roads has often been made the scapegoat for ‘…male reckless driving.’

    Females driving on the same road, in the same conditions, appeared to be more careful, conscientiously anticipating hazards, while displaying ‘…an exceptional capacity of maneuverability.’

    Males can learn from the female drivers.

    Don’t shoot the messenger, accept the message. One may live longer to drive longer.

  2. It seems you missed the part where you offer condolences to the family of the gentleman for the sudden and tragic loss of their loved one. Granted it may be a side note to your soap box, but necessary all the same.

    • Yes females “cause” accidents because some men can’t keep their eyes off her. Distracted driving is what they call it. A pretty face, tight jeans, wide hips, nice booty, or voluptuous breasts and suddenly “just a glance away can ruin your day” men. Take heed. You can “women watch” when you are not behind the wheel.

  3. RUNNING RIOT WITH IGNORANCE

    People who are ‘…confused’ with the harsh realities of life, and specifically about safe driving; and who conceptualized a comment as ‘…Soap Box Opera,’ are indeed, ‘…Running Riot with Ignorance.’

    Rawlston Pompey’s comment on this tragic incident is not about ‘…Obituary.’

    Such service can be obtained from ‘…Radio and Television Stations’ that often make ‘…Death Announcements.’ At the end, they extend ‘…condolences’ to the bereaved.

    The commentary speaks only to the ‘…manner of ‘…male/female driving’ and likely or resultant consequences.’

    Though unsolicited, a very simple advice was given ‘…Learn from the female drivers.’

    A simple question could be asked ‘…How many females have driven, or have been seen driving themselves to death?’

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