Your right ... Just with what's been happening last few years that's the first thought that same to my mind ... And I checked his hockeydb and says he was in the khl last yr and he wasn't playing this season
Can't help but think he was depressed and took his own life ... Either way it's sad
Well find out soon enough what happened
It does come to mind after losing Boogaard and others recently. Aneurysms came to my mind first since one of the sweetest kids I ever babysat had one last month in her 30's. It wasn't fatal, but was close and now she has a hard, uphill battle remaining.
There are a lot of things that we still need "awareness" of, but is breast cancer really one of them? Is there anyone out there who doesn't know what it is?
I'm all for raising money to treat and/or prevent it and to help people who are fighting it, but do we really have to be raising awareness? At this point, I'd rather see actual fund-raisers that actually do something about it.
I like it when people are talking on their cell phones when they come up to the counter where I work. It means I don't have to talk to them, ask if they have their loyalty card, or plus sell to them. I just smile, take their card or money, and wave bye-bye.
I also think that plus selling is annoying, but I have to do it OR ELSE. Literally. I had to sign a statement that stated that I would give good customer service and that good customer service cannot be done without plus selling. Stupid, I know, but that's corporate America for you.
Of course, we have fun with it. When we're waiting on a co-worker, we always ask something stupid, like asking a single guy if he needs tampons.
The ability to think outside the box and think for oneself whilst following the established rules and regulations and working as a member of a team is almost unheard of in the working world.
Half the people out there aren't smart enough to do it and freeze up when anything goes wrong; the other half think they are smart enough and go whole-hog in their own direction for the sake of being different without considering the consequences of their actions.