In my almost 30 years of tornado chasing I still don't get it. No storm is worth risking the lives of others. If you want to risk your own life -- great -- go for it. I sure the hell have! I've ended long-term friendships over this very issue, several times. If you have to get your thrills by risking your own life ---no problem. Go race cars, take up mountain climbing or base jumping -- just don't endanger the lives of others (chasers and the public) who are following the rules and prefer to live. Many chasers besides me have predicted this tragic outcome for years. How would the discussion be going if the chasers hit a bus load of children -- a totally realistic possibility. For the majority of us, it's about the adventure, science, travel, photography and friendship. Unfortunately, a handful of people still think public roads are their personal playgrounds. Sorry, driving is still a privilege. I've said this a thousand times and I'll say it again: You don't need to be 100 yards away from a suspected tornado to confirm its a hazard. The irresponsible TV shows have distorted reality, e.g., chasers claiming to be conducting research when nothing of noted scientific value was ever produced. I use to catch atomic, fireball hell for saying that, but what do you know..... I was right. TWC will now have to face the music and it's about time they got called out. This is in no way to lay blame on anyone involved in this specific tragedy. It would be unfair until all the facts are known. What some of us are forgetting here is that an innocent person (chaser) was killed and some people seem to be overlooking the reality or trying to avoid reality. W.