Re: Great White should retire
Date: October 05, 2006 06:04AM
If you have ever lost anyone in your life because of someone else's negligence or stupid moment then you would understand more about what I am saying.
It's one of those things that you can't really grasp if you haven't lived through something like it.
I have had two people die in my life due to someone else not doing what they were supposed to do.
As I mentioned in another post, my boss was killed by a negligent driver.
Even worse my mom died because a Doctor diagnosed her wrong and didn't even bother to run the correct tests on her. (He had alot of patients to see that day and was in a hurry).
I don't want to hear the argument (people make mistakes)
That argument is great when you forget an appointment or you spill some paint on the carpet but when people die that argument is weak. If it's due to negligence, it's even weaker.
I understand that Great White were probably the least at fault in that whole mess but it was a big enough tragedy that the fault that does lay on them should call for that bands demise and retirement.
That's my opinion anyway. I respect if you don't agree. My opinion is formed by things that have happened in my own life. The doctor that killed my mom is still practicing.