I'm not sure how familiar people are with this story, but here's a quick background: Josh Hancock, a St. Louis Cardinals pitcher, was killed in a car accident at the end of April. He crashed his Explorer into the back of a tow truck that was stopped in the left lane of the highway assisting a stalled vehicle. Hancock was intoxicated at the time of the accident (BAC was 2x the legal limit), talking on his cell phone, and not wearing a seat belt. He was killed almost instantly. Now his father is suing Mike Shannons (the bar Hancock was drinking at), the tow truck driver, and the owner of the stalled car. He is claiming their negligence caused Hancock's death. Here is the article: http://www.ksdk.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=120218&provider=top They have a link to the actual law suit. If you read it, you'll see they repeatedly say Hancock "involuntarily" became intoxicated.....Maybe I'm not understanding something here, but how does a 29 year old....an ADULT who has drank before, "involuntarily" get drunk?? Why can't people take responsibility for their own actions, or realize that sometimes people make bad choices that have bad consequences? Stop blaming everyone else! This was a tragedy, but this lawsuit is nuts. Sorry. Had to rant.