Joel - please read my entire comment and try not to misrepresent what I wrote. Maybe my grammar and punctuation isn't perfect, but I was implying it's "idiotic to see lives lost as a result of chasing a funnel". I never once said storm chasing is idiotic. I poured all of my emotions out on that original post, which is evident in typing "I feel" over and over. Just because you were a passenger in a car being operated by an equally wreckless driver, try not to let that cloud sound logic and reasoning of the situation here. I know that's hard, because it's hard to look in the mirror sometimes. You seem to be looking at this situation as if you were Kelley, based on your previous experiences. I get it, we've all been there. But yes; it does matter that an innocent young mans life was lost as the result of another Persons wrecklessness.I don't think it's all that "idiotic"....."chasing a goddamn funnel". I think it's a noble endeavor. If you think storm chasing is idiotic, then.....what are you doing in S.Track, anyway? Hey, you could slip on the wet floor in front of your fridge while reaching for a beer and crack you skull. I guess that'd be idiotic too. Look man.....it's a damned accident. Some of you guys who want to crap on Kelley Williamson right now.....that's just beautiful. He hasn't even been gone 24 hours. I pray his widow isn't reading some of these posts. Every single person who has ever driven an automobile has done the same damn thing in their lifetime, too....or something just as egregious. People in this society today sure want to point fingers and blame somebody. I wasn't raised in that atmosphere. A lot of you want to assess "victimhood" in this scenario too. Hey....why not? Every-damn-body in this society is a frickkin' victim of something or somebody, right? I wasn't raised in that era or atmosphere, either. And thank the Good Lord I wasn't.
Some of you guys ought to get on your knees and pray that you're never ever "at fault" for anything....anymore...ever again. It's a sure bet you'll get turned out by your peers, and made an instant pariah.