Now, I know it would probably be the last thing on Lamar's mind and it does not compare to the pain and sufferring he must be feeling, but wouldn't it suck to be the guy that has to tell Odom he's being traded? (If there is a trade that's close to being done in the next few days/weeks)
I was actually thinking of that.
It would be the worst possible time right now and I would hate the lakers if they did that.
Are you trying to say that losing a 6 year old is better than losing a 6 month old?...If not, STFU. People where I come from lose newborn babies all the time but they don't lose grown up kids. I hate people who exaggerate losses. Ehh, I couldn't think of a worse loss...Really?
I'm trying to say I don't even compare things like that. Losing a child is losing a child. I don't really care where you are from, makes no difference to me.
I'm saying that you can't compare the 2 when you haven't lost a child of your own. When you do, then tell me the difference.
terrible for lamar. my condolescences for him and his family.
it just reminded me of a friend's son who died in the same way a couple of years ago. the kid was about 8 months old, there were about 7 persons taking care of him (my friend's family and his wife) and just for an instant they took their eyes away and the kid suffocated. that was really hard for everyone. guess that memory made this news a little personal.
and i dont get why discuss what is worse. losing a person is losing a person, 6 month old or 6 year old.