Which could be said about anything - like us joking about very expensive BMW motorcycles that break far too early for the people conned into being beta testers on their dime or, worse, joking about death on the highways. "On average in 2009, 93 people were killed on the roadways of the U.S. each day." -- Wiki on highway deaths in the USA That's more people dying than if a 747-400 airliner went down with all aboard once a week. Yet we joke about air travel, we joke about idiots that cut us off ... where shall we draw this line? If that highway death number is acceptable (which it is - no-one is shutting down the US Highway system until repairs are made), then 747's crashing once a week must be acceptable (thank God they don't), and all the dark humor we use to get through a life trying to kill us must, therefore, be acceptable. ,,, and we weren't even joking about anything but a motorcyclist riding into a fire that a group of people who lived were astonished they'd made it out of.