I haven’t blogged about the David Carradine story up ’til now, because, well, I thought it was somewhat unethical to dredge the actor’s death into the public spotlight more than it already was (if that were possible). I’m of the belief that gawking at an accident scene is really somewhat indecent. Even if it is a natural instinct, I think it’s one we should all try to overcome–if not for ourselves, then for the sake of those, like Carradine’s family, who would wish to have their privacy maintained in such a terrible moment.
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