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December 01, 2007

When Adults Regress: A Story of Childish Revenge

My commentary on a very sad case over at American Thinker today:

Like many girls that age, Megan ended a friendship with a girl who lived just four houses away from her. This is not unusual. During the teenage years, friendships often come and go. I remember being "best friends" with a girl during eighth grade, only to find in ninth grade that I had been replaced by someone else. I was hurt at the time but got over it, as most girls do.

But according to accounts in the St. Charles Journal and the New York Times, the mother of the former friend, Lori Drew, decided to "mess with Megan."

Read the rest here.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 09:19 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | American Thinker

I am as horrified as you are about this girl's suicide. As a healthcare provider, I have a story to share. One of my adult patients gleefully related how she and one of her teenage daughters would sit in the waiting room and make terrible comments about the appearance of our staff members. Would give them names as applicable from an old TV show "Hee Haa." Vicious and mean names relating to teeth, eye structure etc. I know this patient saw my look of shock since she has never returned to the office. This all from a very average American family. This is all just the tip of the ice berg. Parents are living vicariously through the lives of their children, and in the process teaching little regard for humanity and civility. Thanks, just had to get this off my chest

Posted by: Roberta at December 1, 2007 11:27 AM

Lori Drew is lucky enough to still have her child; the Meiers still have Allison, but what burdens will SHE carry throughout the rest of her life and what reverberations from the stupid, stupid, stupid (and callously amoral) behavior of Lori Drew will affect many of the young people who knew Megan and perhaps are feeling guilty that they either participated or didn't do something to stop this asinine nonsense before it went so far.

Megan suffered from depression and that craven coward Lori Drew probably knew it and THAT is what makes her responsibility and culpability so crystal clear and glaring! The woman is utterly despicable and probably beyond redemption. And what of Lori's daughter - what kind of angst is SHE going to carry throughout life because her mother is a criminal BITCH with no compassion or sense of proportion!

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