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Old 08-30-2012   #1
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Didn't know if this goes in this thread or not, but should post anyway. Sports Radio 610 reports that a 45 year old man fell to his death at the game tonight at Reliant Stadium. What a sad, tragic story. Our thoughts and condolences go out to him and his entire family. I just hope the national news doesn't make a big deal out of this.
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Dang.

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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – Sources at Reliant Stadium say a 45-year old man attending the game fell to his death while horse-playing on an escalator.

He was allegedly trying to slide down the outside of the handrail on the escalator when he fell.
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terrible and sad news, but really?

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Wow, What a shame my prayers and condolences to his family
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Even though he was horse-playing are there any plans to honor him in some way? They made a statue for the father who fell to his death at the Rangers game last year. He was a firefighter and tried to snag a ball from Josh Hamilton for his son. Totally different situation but every life is precious, IMO.
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Even though he was horse-playing are there any plans to honor him in some way? They made a statue for the father who fell to his death at the Rangers game last year. He was a firefighter and tried to snag a ball from Josh Hamilton for his son. Totally different situation but every life is precious, IMO.
Can we at least let the guys family start to sort this out?
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Even though he was horse-playing are there any plans to honor him in some way? They made a statue for the father who fell to his death at the Rangers game last year. He was a firefighter and tried to snag a ball from Josh Hamilton for his son. Totally different situation but every life is precious, IMO.
I'm not trying to come off as a douche, but I don't think you honor some guy who was doing something he shouldn't have been doing in the first place. Is it unfortunate? Yes. It's a shame that his life was cut short by a dumb decision he made and now his family has to suffer.

Would you honor him if he was playing in traffic outside the stadium and died?
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I'm not trying to come off as a douche, but I don't think you honor some guy who was doing something he shouldn't have been doing in the first place. Is it unfortunate? Yes. It's a shame that his life was cut short by a dumb decision he made and now his family has to suffer.

Would you honor him if he was playing in traffic outside the stadium and died?

Wow..... I like the comment and I couldn't agree more. Hand rails are for hands, not asses. Escalators have a hand rail about 40" high to protect you from falling off. It's a shame he died because of something so stupid, but in the end....who's fault was it???
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I'm not trying to come off as a douche, but I don't think you honor some guy who was doing something he shouldn't have been doing in the first place. Is it unfortunate? Yes. It's a shame that his life was cut short by a dumb decision he made and now his family has to suffer.

Would you honor him if he was playing in traffic outside the stadium and died?
Same here. It's sad that this guy lost his life and who knows who he left behind to mourn him. But if he was indeed doing some clowning around that led to his death I hope they don't erect a statue in his honor.
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Even though he was horse-playing are there any plans to honor him in some way? They made a statue for the father who fell to his death at the Rangers game last year. He was a firefighter and tried to snag a ball from Josh Hamilton for his son. Totally different situation but every life is precious, IMO.
I imagine the folks at Reliant are on a much different thought process now. i.e., How do we insure we are not liable, and how to do we insure this does not happen ever again?

Fat chance they encourage this type of behavior by canonizing the guy.
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I imagine the folks at Reliant are on a much different thought process now. i.e., How do we insure we are not liable, and how to do we insure this does not happen ever again?

Fat chance they encourage this type of behavior by canonizing the guy.
While the idea of any sort of "tribute" to this guy is just ridiculous, I'm not sure I see it as something that would encourage future behavior similar to this. I'm thinking being dead would trump being canonized.

I haven't heard of any incidences of fans flinging themselves off of the stands at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – Sources at Reliant Stadium say a 45-year old man attending the game fell to his death while horse-playing on an escalator.

He was allegedly trying to slide down the outside of the handrail on the escalator when he fell.
I wonder if this is why they didn't want to let anyone on the escalator tonight. They were pushing everybody to the ramps, I had to plead bad ankle to ride down.
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Regardless of how he died I still would like to pay my respects to his family. I don't know all of the details, but it sounds horrific. In my job we preach safety 24/7. Hopefully the Texans can take this opportunity to pass that along to fans as well. Condolences to family and friends of the deceased.
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Didn't know if this goes in this thread or not, but should post anyway. Sports Radio 610 reports that a 45 year old man fell to his death at the game tonight at Reliant Stadium. What a sad, tragic story. Our thoughts and condolences go out to him and his entire family. I just hope the national news doesn't make a big deal out of this.
Yessir!! Certainly thoughts and prayers go out to his family, immediate or otherwise and his friends. May God Bless and help heal their loss...


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Dang scary having just turned 45 myself.
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I fell so awful hearing this news. I hate it when anybody dies at a sporting event. I had barely recovered from last year's incident at the Ballpark at Arlington. This news certainly diminishes my excitement for next Sunday's opening day game against Miami on September 9. Hopefully the Texans honor his life with some type of pre-game moment of silence before kick off to that game.
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I fell so awful hearing this news. I hate it when anybody dies at a sporting event. I had barely recovered from last year's incident at the Ballpark at Arlington. This news certainly diminishes my excitement for next Sunday's opening day game against Miami on September 9. Hopefully the Texans honor his life with some type of pre-game moment of silence before kick off to that game.
I chuckled when I read this. It reminded me of that scene in The Hangover:

Alan: What if he's dead? I can't afford to lose anybody close to me again. It hurts too much. I was so upset when my grandpa died.

Phil: I'm sorry... How did he die?

Alan: World War II.

Phil: Died in the battle?

Alan: No he was skiing in Vermont. It was just during World War II.

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I may just be a callus *******, but I have no idea how you can be that tramatized by someone's death that you didn't know....that you're just now getting over it a year later. Neither event was like the World Trade Center attack where thousands died in one event. That was a shocker and people took it personal. These events were no different than what goes on every single day throughout the world.
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Dang scary having just turned 45 myself.
I have to admit.... I was afraid it was you for a minute there.
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I have to admit.... I was afraid it was you for a minute there.
Guy sits down low on the field. He don't have too far to fall.

Condolences for the fan who died tonight.
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