Here one of the C and F guys wrote, re: the late federal appeals court judge Richard Arnold:
"I took Judge Richard S. Arnold's death rather badly, even though I never met the man; and indeed, I didn't even know him by proxy. The death of someone like him makes me bitter. With so many scoundrels living, why does someone like him have to die?"
I thought something similar this morning when I got to reading last week's Bristol papers and read (here and here and here) of the death of the young McGlothlin in Iraq.