Originally Posted by RoyTheHammer
Sadly, that wasn't the end of it here. Its a direct quote from Albright that he said, "Its too soon to talk about it."
Yet more questions were asked of him about it.
Now, you say you'd be accepting of me coming up and asking you that question hours after it happened to your close friends. Somehow i don't think you'd be as accepting if it had actually happened to you, but even if you were the patient and understanding type and were actually accepting of the question.. it doesn't make it right for me to ask it. As a human being, i should have more common sense and decency than to come and ask you a question like that hours after it has affected you in such an emotional and big way.
I think you're grasping on to the "It's too soon part" and not seeing that Albright had an extensive interview.
He's quoted in about three different articles all over the place. Obviously he didn't mind talking about it.
As I stated before, one can ask, but it doesn't mean I have to answer. So you can ask, "WG, how are you doing? Are you ok? Do you want to talk about it?' If say I don't want to talk about it, then that's the end of it for me.