So apparently, she didn't say yes...I thought I had heard it was a different situation, and yes, I did. Seems that having a live girl there to tell about how she said yes, even as she was bleeding from 34!! wounds would be a better statement than a dead girl (who didn't get a chance to say anything) -- but then i don't really understand religion.
I didn't realize the churches played such a big roll...and despite what the author is saying right now, the kids I knew were done talking about it in fairly quick order..they just wanted to be tasted as they were before.
The Klebold's lawyer just told them they would be hated...at the time my mom worked with one of the boy's aunts, and she told my mom the families were not really being allowed to grieve. Not right, despite what the odessa said it was not the families' fault.
The author has just mentioned The Columbine Lounge -- my aunt used to hang out there, and I wonder if she new Dave Saunders?? He also talks about the three schools built like industrial buildings (the other two were Bear Creek and Green Mountain) -- that is the school I remember, the one that didn't quite seem finished.