AONO. Posted January 15, 2020 Report Share Posted January 15, 2020 (edited) It's not a black and white outlook at all. The context of the tragedy is what it is, we all know it and agree on it. However, the last act and the act itself is still the murder of his wife and child, and then taking his own life. That's the part that is black in the story that is grey. Like I've said before, doing the program in the first place negates the need of raising the red flag by naming it after Chris Benoit. You name it after him, you put it in the context of something that deserves to be remembered. It doesn't in that way. However it needs to be remembered in that way that it teach us something, so that kind of tragedy is not repeated. But like I've said it before, the point of naming something after someone is so that name would be associated with that achievement. And his act is not an achievement or something that deserves to be kept in good memory. That doesn't mean that the tragedy itself will be forgotten. Or the lives of Nancy and David. Naming the program after Nancy or Daniel? That makes much, much more sense. Edited January 15, 2020 by AONO. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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