Enough of this! Can we get back to the fact of what the tragedy of this incident actually is about - our loved one's life is gone. The alleged drunk driver's life will go on. Randy's girlfriend's life will go on. They are both walking, talking and they will both see the light of day tomorrow.
What won't happen tomorrow, is that we won't be able to talk to Randy...we won't be able to see him tomorrow, or next week, or next month...and his family - his sister, brother-in-law, nephew, nieces, great-nieces and great-nephews are hurting, just as many other friends and colleagues are.
I would like everyone to try to step back and remember all the good and happy times that everyone all had and remember Randy for the man he was. The bickering in the posts above about what type of guy the alleged drunk driver was, isn't going to bring Randy back and it's only creating more hurt, anger and resentment for anyone reading these blogs.
Randy was a great man in all our own minds, eyes and opinions. That's what I would want for people to remember.