It goes without saying (maybe it shouldn't) that people feel awful for him and his family.
It's really funny that a thread on the exact same topic over at TGR displays a lot more honor and human decency than this thread, which is basically a bunch of guys saying "See? - I told ya so!". I don't think this attitude is personal, but I do think it's psychological - there is a large contingent of guys on this board who think that someone's gotta be taught a lesson and, by god, they're gonna be the one to teach it. There probably is an obvious lesson to be learned from this guy's death. Is this the time to disscuss it?
Lars - absolutely horrible analogy between drunk driving and ducking ropes. You're right as far as the movie thing goes, though!: : :
I feel the same way about Heavy Metal music and TV violence. If only we could somehow prevent the youth of this country from being exposed to Heavy Metal and TV violence they would all grow up to be choirboys instead of Satan worshipping serial killers!