[Doom & Gloom Week - Volume 3] Sticking solely to the realms of reality; have you ever met the news of someone's death with genuine celebration? Do you deem it morally repugnant at all or, with a tyrant for example, can someone's legacy justifiably deprive them of any ethical sympathy? The Colosseum conclusively showed that even ethics can easily be dismissed. Where do you stand here? Are there any deaths that you're waiting to greet? A recent example that affected me was Saddam Hussein's death. I found it very difficult to split the human being from the acts. However, when I saw him hung, I couldn't help but feel some humane remorse from my pleasure of this inhumane mans death.