Seganomics Member Oct 29, 2017 1,094 Jan 27, 2020 #701 ghostemoji said: When my father passes away, or some of my best friends pass away, if the first things I heard from others was about some terrible thing they did decades prior, I'd probably be upset. Very upset. It doesn't mean it didn't happen, but there is a way to discuss topics constructively and not in a way to make people feel guilty for their grief. Kobe's death has been very weird to me in that regard. I fully acknowledge that he did a reprehensible thing to another human being, but my heart still dropped when I saw the news, and my heart heart for his family and people who loved him and his daughter. I don't think this stuff has to be black and white. Click to expand... Click to shrink... If your father had carried out a crime, such as that committed by Kobe Bryant, then I would hope you would have understanding of his victims pain. And then also realise that it was your father, and not any one else, that brought that pain to your door.