ND top recruit dies in a fall last night
[quote=“s9er, post:1, topic:22952”]ND top recruit dies in a fall last night
I worry like hell about my kids going on spring break one day…can’t imagine getting that call.
[quote=“metro, post:2, topic:22952”][quote=“s9er, post:1, topic:22952”]ND top recruit dies in a fall last night
I worry like hell about my kids going on spring break one day…can’t imagine getting that call.[/quote]
I worry like hell about even having kids one day…
But this is a tragic event, that is the worst call you can get.
Too young. Quite sad. RIP.
I hear ya…You want to Nerf the world for your kids but you can’t.
Before you have kids, every drunk stunt you ever pulled is a fond memory and good for a laugh. After kids you just shake your head and think how many ways those nights could have ended horribly. I have not clue how to prep for this stuff…
I know a guy from ECU who was on spring break in Cancun a few years ago. He was playing volleyball at the hotel swimming poll and when he jumped for the ball he fell over the net and hit the bottom of the poll head first. He’s now a quadraplegic. It doesn’t take much people. Be careful.
Apparently he was drunk according to the police report… Not sure that was going to be news to anyone.
This was a little strange once I thought about it. Remember Jason Peter, Panthers #1 pick years ago. I went to HS with him and his brothers. Christian- the one who kept getting in trouble at Nebraska and got cut by the Pats a couple days after the draft was in my class. They had a younger brother that was the biggest and best of the bunch, he played OT and signed with Notre Dame. He dove into a pool the summer before his freshman year and broke his neck, never played a again- but was able to walk at least- two freak accidents.
I can’t believe he was playing leaning over. WTF? :o
It’s sad he died. More people need to be afraid of heights like me. I won’t get near the rail, sober or drunk.
I guess you have to teach your kids that if they’re going to cross a line you don’t want them to cross, to think about how far they can cross it without it causing a death. My parents talked about people who had accidents to make you aware.