2 dead girls. Social problems in the low population areas

I talked to this girl about an hour 2 years ago when they were in high school. Seemed like nice girls. Teen deaths are quite common around here, often involving autos, guns, or drugs. Humboldt County California is worse. I read the Senior thesis of one survivor who went to Berkeley as to how many of her high school classmates were dead. She got into biking, exercise, and got into a good college. I cut out a long newspaper article about her. I had seen many articles here and in Humboldt on dead teens.

The video on the site shows the obesity problem here too. Sugar flour is the starter drug – lights up the same parts of the brain as heroin. Then attacks the brain and body. Dementia Autism Allergies and other health problems begins at birth or before. Shows up as low IQ or low motivation so they don’t go to college. If they were studying in college and getting to bed before midnight this accident would not have happened. Junk food often is combined with tobacco and drugs that make the problem worse.

I never saw these problems in San Francisco or other big cities where people have to work hard to pay rent and college loans. It is more a problem of the poor less populated areas where people are lazier and work less. SHTF blogs TV talk radio are helping to exterminate the sheeple by scaring them away from the big cities and enjoy Paris Hilton simple life. Jump from the frying pan into the fire. Kill yourself and maybe the future generations too. (Exodus 34:6-7)-yet He will by no means leave the guilty unpunished, visiting the iniquity of fathers on the children and on the grandchildren to the third and fourth generations.”

http://www.ky3.com/news/local/forsyth-teens-killed-as-car-misses-curve-goes-over-bluff/21048998_36265068

Skyler Hinojosa, 19, and Kristina Russell, 18, had just graduated from Forsyth High School last spring. Sometime after midnight, early Wednesday, they were driving in a 2004 Chrysler Sebring down Forsyth-Taneyville Road when they missed a curve, drove through some trees and landed upside down in Swan Creek. That’s where Curtis Linkous spotted the car around 9 a.m. Wednesday. In March, another vehicle went off the road here, and neighbors say they remember several episodes of cars nearly ending up in the water.

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