It depends upon context which is open to interpretation.
Sometimes, people lose someone close to them and decide the deceased person would want them to "celebrate life" rather than mourn.
And, if that happens to be the case, what's wrong with that, exactly?... Its not necessarily etched in stone that someone is a dick. Some people cope with tragedy by going out and trying to drink their problems away.
Why are people so harsh and judgmental and think they have the right to pass judgment on people they don't even know?
No hate required.
Tiger Woods tries to be politically correct -- a perfect "posterboy" and pretends to be something he's not.
I think Matt Hughes as a douchebag is better than him for not being pretentious and via virtue of honesty.
We all could do well to follow Matt Hughes example, and to avoid Tiger Woods.
i think wed be better of avoiding hughes. hed probably try to wedgie us or something.
i do take your point, however, regardless of how people handle death, getting pissed the same night two friends die and going chasing ***** aint the best indicator of compassion or loyalty.
i dont give a **** how someone treats their enemies, but i do judge ppl on how they treat strangers and their friends.
i dont know matt hughes, so il try not to judge him too harshly, but his own words seem to be condemning him somewhat.
i read the autobiography of malcolm x thinking id hate him, after all i figured hed hate me, but i was shocked at the eloquence compassion and courage of the man.
as for matt hughes... il leave the judgements till i read the whole thing myself, which will probably be never, but he hardly seem the kind of guy bob dylan would write a song about.