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Really sucks...the guy was young and had everything to live for. But hey he lived and died doing what he liked doing. So that is a good life.
 

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ducatijoe8 said:
Really sucks...the guy was young and had everything to live for. But hey he lived and died doing what he liked doing. So that is a good life.
I'm not sure if the condo-owner who's living room the plane landed in will feel the same way as you.
 

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or all the folks that can't get into their homes...
 

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Are you saying that the people who died in the plane don't deseve any sympathy because they crashed into people's apartments?

I don't get it.
 

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I think what they were getting at was that rationalizing his death as "he died doing something he loved" lends very little sympathy to the other people who died.
 

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and to the other lives affected by "his" death. The media constantly parades the death of "celebrities" as if death were more tragic for those that make it on television.
 

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point taken. i do feel bad for all that were affected by this accident. hope that clears things up.
 

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ducatijoe8...
That is cool.... just clarifying my statement, cause it was left incomplete.
It does suck for all those involved.
I just can't stand how some headlines read: Yankee tragedy. Guess they need to sell papers.... what can we do?!
 
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