bushwacked Posted December 9, 2006 Share Posted December 9, 2006 you're right, the guy had what was coming to him. how easy it is to sit back and examine his choices after he's dead Don't get me wrong....I'm not saying he deserved it. I'm find the heroic label a bit nauseating when bad judgement put him in the position. but to say this guy should've had nine days' worth of food and warmth in his car, and then boil it down to "he should've taken the interstate instead of a logging road, especially in a snowstorm!" is pretty insulting. My mom/dad and in-laws live on the other side of the Cascade Mountains. I will not drive my wife and son over the mountain passes during a heavy winter storm. I'm not insulting him, he seemed clearly ignorant of how bad the conditions could get. One of the many cases of bad judgement this guy seemingly exhibited. OK, pretty obvious you have no clue. As I know it, they waited 9 days, after all food and warmth were expired, they made a decision, in a last fight for survival, he left to try and find help. As a last ditch effort, right before death, this is all you can do, no one will tell you different. Stay in the city girly boy, this man tried to save his family. Forget what decisions got them there, once stuck, he did what he could. The fact you demean him, I spit in your mouth you sissy concrete wh00re. I didn't know they were stranded that long, so that clearly changes my opinion on him leaving in an attempt to get help. And I've spent more time in the Western winter mountains than you have spent inebraited in your Southern cesspool trailer. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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