xeni at May 20th, 2014 13:58 — #1
anonkopimi at May 20th, 2014 14:24 — #2
Human impermanence like
A Tiny Coffin
silkox1 at May 20th, 2014 14:40 — #3
textuality at May 20th, 2014 14:58 — #4
Came here to say just this.
ianmcloud at May 20th, 2014 15:08 — #5
I respect however the survivors think they can cope with such a horrendous situation.
Also, those are some profoundly sad, depressed, and depressing "super" heroes... yet they are still more convincing than the ones I've seen on people trying to earn a living by entertaining tourists outside the Chinese Theater in Hollywood...
ironedithkidd at May 20th, 2014 15:52 — #6
My son just turned 5, and loves all the superheros in the picture. You wouldn't believe the sawdust flying around me right now.
Best wishes to the little fallen hero's family.
chickied at May 20th, 2014 16:31 — #7
I agree. There is no good way to cope with grief, just horrible ways, because it's a horrible feeling. This seems as good an attempt as any.
I remember having a conversation with a mom who is also a therapist, and we discussed what we'd do if one of our kids died. Without a second she said, "I'd be doing drugs," and not like in a joking way but just, yeah, that's about the only coping mechanism she could come up with. So this is better.
stumo at May 20th, 2014 16:38 — #8
Truly a picture that paints a thousand words.
It certainly looks like the little guy had a great family. I hope they're able to concentrate on the good memories.
sircracked at May 20th, 2014 16:44 — #9
They should hire someone to clean up... Definitely too much dust in the air here.
xeni at May 25th, 2014 13:58 — #10
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