Why? We're you just as upset when people lost their HOMES during sandy? It's a friggin stadium owned by wealthy people with sh!tloads of insurance on it. If something like that happened to the rock they will be fine and I wouldn't shed a tear as opposed to people's houses who can't afford that same type of coverage.
God to be heartbroken over a stadium being damaged is complete lunacy.
For fvcks sake, way to attack someone for thinking hockey on a hockey discussion forum.
So because someone doesn't express condolences during a catastrophe for people that are 1000+ miles away in another country, he's a lunatic? Or because he doesnt talk about the home losses first? Of course that is more important, but no one has said anything to the contrary. This is a hockey forum and equating the situation to your own team's home stadium is perfectly logical espc when theres pictures of the Saddledome in this thread as a reference point.
Get off your moral high horse. Your reaction to a comment in passing and an attempt to localize the same situation is absolutely disgusting and reprehensible. Oh look at DevsMan84, he cares so much about the people. Just because the same feelings aren't expressed on a forum where there's probably little to no Calgary citizens to begin with doesnt mean someone doesn't care or weighs the insignificant more than the significant.
I would much rather see the people that have been through this able to keep their homes and businesses and obviously the Saddledome is secondary, but that's also the only point of reference for people who've never been to Calgary. When I think of Calgary, I think of the Flames and Bret Hart, and neither of them are going to suffer because of this.