CNN telephone tip led investigators to Florence, Kentucky, where Stahr has been working for the last five years at a Sam's Club, said Texas Ranger Frank Malinak.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=CNN]Stahr, 27, hid from her family after she and her mother, Ann Dickenson, got into an argument over bad grades she received during her sophomore year and her family stopped paying for school.
Anyone else find the irony humorous :lol: :lolpoint: http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/06/06/woman.found.ap/index.html
The cream of the crop
19th August 2003
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHAHAHAH! Sam's CLUB! wooW!!
Pirate vs Ninja who will win
18th March 2005
Its very wierd that they couldn't find her. Very funny.
Who wouldn't choose Sam's Club over college?
That's just...like...really really dumb.
I would die without GF
29th November 2003
ZabWho wouldn't choose Sam's Club over college?
She probably lacked the necessary finances to pay for college and was left with little choice but to work. Why she abandoned her family, though, is a mystery, apart from the possibility that they may had refused to support her altogether, which is not apparent in the report. :uhm:
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
Whats a "Sam's Club" ? :confused: Well i must say i think she just needed to get money to fincance her study and then quited altogether because well.. she was making money and bad marks in school, those two commonly lead people to quite school. Not a wise thing to do though IMO.
46 and 2, are just ahead of me
23rd September 2004
Donitz, Sam's club is like a big shopping store that usually has big quantities of food, pretty cool place but its owned by Wal*Mart (yes, i put a star in there, shut up.) http://www.samsclub.com/eclub/main_home.jsp?mt=a&bn=0&ts=1118152768187 Anyway, this isn't really a shocking story, now if it was someone who had been missing in the wilderness for 7 years, then it could be stunning, this person just moved and got a job, most likely to get funds for college.
Phoenix_22Anyway, this isn't really a shocking story, now if it was someone who had been missing in the wilderness for 7 years, then it could be stunning, this person just moved and got a job, most likely to get funds for college.
[color=black]It was probably just a combination of not having enough money to go to college and being really pissed off at her parents that caused her to flip them the bird (figuratively) and leave to work on her own.[/color]
Hmm...very unfortunate. Dropping outta colleges isn't good. But by the looks of it, she didn't really have too much of a choice. Unless she wanted to graduate with a large amount of debt (depending on what college she went to). I wanna know is what were the parents reaction when she left. Did they know she went off by herself or did they think she was really missing? EDIT: The full article doesn't really say what the parents reactions were other than the mother wants to see her again. So she seems to be concerned at least.