Every 15 Minutes shocks Fallbrook High students

Fallbrook High students pass a casket as they enter the gym for a mock funeral in the aftermath of a mock fatal collision scene. Fallbrook Union High School, California Highway Patrol, North County Fire, San Diego Sheriffs Department, and Mercy Air all participated to create a mock crash scene and funeral on March 28 and 29, respectively. Chris Rinaldi photos
Fallbrook High students pass a casket as they enter the gym for a mock funeral in the aftermath of a mock fatal collision scene. Fallbrook Union High School, California Highway Patrol, North County Fire, San Diego Sheriffs Department, and Mercy Air all participated to create a mock crash scene and funeral on March 28 and 29, respectively. Chris Rinaldi photos

4 Responses to "Every 15 Minutes shocks Fallbrook High students"

  1. Lee   April 9, 2017 at 1:15 pm

    OK, let me see if I got this straight.

    We teach our children about not drinking and driving — OK, I’m all for that, obviously — but (A) the legal alcohol driving limit in CA is 0.08% which is about two drinks, (B) our kids are bombarded by alcohol advertisement, (C) and, my personal favorite, MOM, DAD, GRANDMA, GRANDPA, UNCLE JOE and AUNT JANE drink right in front of their kids . . . desperately trying to convince them that they are NOT the biggest lushes on earth?

    And then we try to teach our kids not to drink and drive?! Ah, a wee bit hypocritical, wouldn’t you say?

    Kids, here’s the REAL lesson, OK? See those two adults sitting right across from your table? Yeah, YOUR mom and dad, you know those two . . . college pot-smoking, party animal, spin-the-bottle, skinny-dippin’ and tattoo sportin’ lushes, floozies and tramps. See them?

    Don’t be like THEM!

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  2. grunt   April 9, 2017 at 5:01 pm

    well, lee, sorry that your mom, dad, uncle and aunt are the biggest lushes on the planet – most of us drink responsibly.

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  3. Preston   April 10, 2017 at 7:11 am

    Lee, I think you have been spending too much time hanging out on the 76 looking for things to complain about; so I am a little curious as to why you left out what is probably the biggest danger facing us today on the roadways — Texting and distracted driving. And by the way, I doubt skinny dipping, sporting tattoos and playing spin-the-bottle causes fatal crashes and I seriously doubt that there are very many parents, aunts, uncles, or grandparents (of high school kids) that are party animals, floozies and tramps. In fact, the vast majority of parents are people our kids should be emulating so please stop insulting us with your rude and inconsiderate comments.

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  4. Peace   April 10, 2017 at 10:17 am

    @Lee, Just Wow!

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