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Suddenly Gary Coleman Died

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Friday, May 28, 2010 Gary Coleman died after suffering an intracranial hemorrhage two days earlier. He was at home when he suffered this hemorrhage, but died at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center when his life support was terminated.

It is a shame that when people suffer and start demonstrating a different kind of behavior, our society would rather badger them like one would do in a courtroom, rather than trying to figure out what is wrong. Our society needs to know that people really can't help how they act all the time.

When you see that someone has a problem you shouldn't egg them on, what you say might frustrate or anger that person. Metaphorically speaking, there is no need to pour salt on the wound of another human being or take a knife and keep twisting it inside an already open wound. Human beings should know better, after all we're supposed to be the intelligent ones of the species. Sometimes I wonder because it seems that some people are really mean spirited or perhaps some people aren't really nice caring people.

Gary Coleman might have acted a little strange and perhaps one might even have called his behavior belligerent. None the less he should not have been egged on like some wild animal; he was badgered like a hostile witness who had committed a horrendous crime. At home from my where I was sitting, this man seemed to be broken and sick, someone that couldn't stand up under the pressure of certain questions, or should I say the way questions were thrust at him.

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