Ever notice those news stories that tell about stranded mountain climbers? Or "extreme" skiers, skateboarders, skydivers, or bungee jumpers who got a bit too extreme and ended up extremely stuck, broken, or dead? I find it very difficult to feel sorry for such people. Mountain climbers: If God wanted us to climb mountains, He would've put stairs on them. Now, because of your stupid need for adventure, a rescue team has to risk their own lives to come try to save you, and they often lose their lives in the process. Extreme Skiers: Skiing in and of itself is dangerous enough. But you people feel compelled to plunge off 90 degree angle mountain faces. Then you end up in traction. Skateboarders: When I was a kid, I had a skateboard. But I actually RODE it. I didn't try to skate down stairs, or stair guard rails, or off of concrete embankments. Skydivers: If the plane is crashing, by all means, jump. Otherwise: You're a moron [the exception here is our brave military folks who do this as a part of their job]. Bungee jumpers: Hey, let's go jump off of a very high structure and trust a giant rubber band to save us! Worst of all, when these people do nearly kill themselves doing all this stuff, as soon as they heal up, they go right back to doing the same dumb thing that almost killed them! To sum it up: Life is hard. It's a *#?! of a lot harder if you're stupid.