Excerpt Of The Day: If The Phone Rings, It’s Probably The Jerry Springer Show
“A sister’s comment that she was comforted after her brother’s death in a catastrophic car crash by knowing he died doing what he loved — drinking and driving fast — has stirred up a wave of outrage along the foothills of Colorado.
Lorie Flaherty told the Boulder Daily Camera after her brother was one of three people killed when a car going down a city street at 100 miles per hour hit a light pole and exploded into pieces that such an accident “really isn’t a shock to any of us” who knew her brother.
“The thing that really makes me feel much better about this is they died doing what they loved to do — they were drinking, they were going fast and they were together,” she told the newspaper. “It gives me comfort, it does, to know those three things.”
Michael Martin Flaherty, 21; Lucas Raymond Snyder, 21; and Amber Dawn Kowalski, 23, all died when the Subaru one of them (police aren’t sure who) was driving at an estimated 100 mph hit a light pole in Louisville, splitting the vehicle in half.” — WorldNetDaily