They committed an act that was young (minded) and dumb. Speaking from experience with situations from the past in my life... although I knew right from wrong then, my judgment is better NOW that I have matured and am able to understand WHY my actions may be right or wrong. I wonder if this would even be such a big deal had it not been on video??? Food for thought!
March 20, 2009 at 6:38 p.m.
I gradutaed with some of these young people's older siblings, they were just being kids (immature and young) and made a bad decision, but who's to say it was a bad decision. Maybe the Malvasi kid had it coming and APPARENTLY it didn't take all 10 or 14 or however many of them to get that point across but I know better than to think that they would just do that randomly and out of the blue! As far as Mooney is concerned, they're not! If 10 guys who play for a team at the YMCA did the same thing, would they be affiliated with the Y? Doubt it. And oh yea, why is there a minute missing out of that film? If it was the dad grabbing that kid, who cares, your defending what's yours. All I'm saying is there's worse things that could happen... especially if Malviso was bold enough to get out of his car and punch somebody, if you know what I mean.
March 20, 2009 at 2:41 p.m.