I have a friend who was attacked on FB and even threatened because of a post she made about a fatal car crash involving a DUI. The crash involved a rollover accident of a pickup truck and killed a 19 year old boy (Not the driver). She posted "When will we learn" I support her in asking that. The fact people would attack and threaten her angers me. It is always tragic when someone dies, weather they are 8 or 80. It is more so when it is preventable. All DUI accidents are PREVENTABLE. It is the duty of the driver, to not drive when he knows he has drank to much. It is also the duty of his or her friends to try to stop them from driving. If they are unable to stop him or her, it is their duty to not only not get into the car with them, but to also call the police and report their DUI, to make the public safer. As steep as the penalties are for being caught DUI it is much less than those of killing someone because of your poor judgement. In September 2001, 8 members of the UW cross country team were also killed in a DUI accident. It is now 13 years later, and we still have this problem. So I echo what she said: "When Will We Learn?"