For those who don't know, WatchMojo is a youtube channel (that I've recently become addicted to) They post random top 10 lists everyday and I am hooked. I'm a BIG countdown, list, ranking guy. Doesn't matter what the list is on, I'll most likely check it out. Does that make me stupid? maybe but idk if you rank stuff I'll come a knocking. I kinda hate watch the videos on this channel because the narrators are wicked annoying people who seem to not know what they're talking about, and the lists don't make sense at times (They had Lyin' Eyes as the TENTH best Eagles song...TENTH, you gotta be kidding me??? Easily top 5)
So I check youtube everyday to see whats going on on the inter web, maybe find a viral video or new song but today I saw that Watch Mojo's latest Top 10 list was "Top 10 Tragic Sports Deaths" now I'm not part of the loser pussy internet that gets offended by everything, and frankly this doesn't offend me, but I mean really? Ranking deaths? Probably not a great idea.
Idk how you can even decide what is worse? Whenever an athlete dies on the field it usually very tragic and unexpected. Usually from something going completely wrong like Dale Earnhardt. It's not like you did "Best athletes who died prematurely" because that is a fine and interesting conversation. The ultimate "what could've been conversation" but ranking based on the way people died doesn't seem the best of taste IMHO. But what do I know I'm a fake blogger? I'm just not sure this was a great call. Did they really have a team of people deciding "What was worse: Hank Gathers or Dale Earnhardt?" Idk what happened but definitely not the best idea.
Here's the video though.