Oh, I guess that just makes it all okay then. Let me tell you something, those of us close to Tim, Paul, and Carl will never find that acceptable. Ask those in this forum if they accept that the careless actions of other chasers killed their friend, Corbin. Or those close to Kelly and Randall? There is absolutely NOTHING acceptable in that. Yes, drunk driving happens, too. Is that acceptable? Kids get gunned down in school annually. A lot more of them than have ever died in storm chasing. Is that more acceptable cause going to school suddenly now has the potential to be more deadly than storm chasing?People don't have to die but sometimes they do just like with horseback riding. Isn't it acceptable that activity sometimes hurts people or kills people? The only difference I can come up with is an emotional one... tornadoes are more scarry. But not to me, haha. It would be interesting to look up statistics on horseback riding deaths and injuries and then even horseback riding incidents involving groups of people that pay to go on guided horseback rides.
The idea that people are "sometimes going to die" does not just suddenly make it okay, or acceptable by any stretch. I don't accept the passing of Tim, Paul, and Carl, and I can assure you im not alone in that. All of them should still be here. Regardless of the circumstances or blame surrounding their deaths, all of them could have easily been prevented with a degree of caution. Hell, until them (aside from hydroplaning or other unrelated car crashes), no chaser had died while actively chasing. Until 2013, that was the case. People have been chasing storms without perishing for a long time til then. It didn't suddenly become acceptable after that. Storm chasing didn't get more dangerous. Storm CHASERS did. And that's the point.
I hope like hell you never have to experience the loss of someone, especially something that could and should be preventable. But perhaps I envy the hell out of you that you can simply accept it.