Emphasis mine.Yeah, last I heard, the police were saying he was basically going flat out flank speed IN THE DARK and smashed directly into rocks.... sounds more like a car crash that happened on water. Surprisingly enough, they say no drugs or alcohol seem to be involved.
May have been wearing José's batting helmet at the time, too (don't know if they call that out in the Twitter video, they did on Streamable).His lefty teammate took his first pitch right handed in his honor. Hit a home run that at bat. You can see he's trying not to cry the whole time and just fails at the end.
This is entirely believable, given the pictures of the scene that have been released. The boat looks like someone dropped it from the sky to nosedive straight into the rocks.the police were saying he was basically going flat out flank speed and smashed directly into rocks
Oh, hey we can embed Streamable clips:I didnt hear this part...jeez. This kid had nowhere to go but up, that video of dee gordon is just wrecking
https://www.halforums.com/threads/jose-fernandez-miami-marlins-pitcher-age-24.32072/Also, every report said that he wasn't driving the boat, so you can stop lying about the tragically dead whenever you feel like it
Well, in that case, good riddance I guess. Should've just shot him in the street and gotten it over with sooner.https://www.halforums.com/threads/jose-fernandez-miami-marlins-pitcher-age-24.32072/
He was the one who paid for the boat, drunk and high on coke. So...
Then it's even more of a tragedy. Accidents happen. But accidents when drinking, high, and driving? Not nearly as much. It straddles the line for me between tragedy - which it obviously is for the family and friends - and stupid, reckless behavior.What if the driver was the guy who didn't drink much and hadn't used cocaine?
Then it's even more of a tragedy. Accidents happen. But accidents when drinking, high, and driving? Not nearly as much. It straddles the line for me between tragedy - which it obviously is for the family and friends - and stupid, reckless behavior.
It is both. But not for the driver in my opinion. It's a tragedy for his family, friends, and the two other guys in the boat (& their family & friends). Hell, had it been only him that it happened to it would have been a tragedy. But when you act recklessly and stupidly, and these actions cause harm to others, you've lost my sympathy. Hence this and the JFK, Jr. parallel.um. why can't it be both?