Hey guys, just so you know - I'm not ranting about my brother mistreating me this time. No, I'm just actually curious about this. It doesn't actually insult or offend me particularly, but anyway... Earlier today my brother asked me if I'd listened to any of his Dire Straits MP3s (yes, MP3s illegally downloaded) yet, to which I truthfully responded, "nope." Then in passing, as he was leaving the room, my brother said, "You should, they're pretty good. You know a part of why Eric Clapton was so depressed, aside from his son dying of course, was that the lead guy in Dire Straits was so good and he thought, 'crap, I can't survive in this industry much longer, this guy is too good!' Or at least, so they say." So...is it wrong of me to think my brother is being quite inconsiderate and tactless about a very serious and sensitive topic, that being the death of a child and the resulting effect on said child's father? I mean, I can understand talking about some things because a person is famous, but to mention so casually and carelessly that someone was very heavily affected by something so trivial as another person's musical ability on top of something serious, and saying it with a tone of voice that makes the death of Mr. Clapton's son seem so...trivial in comparison? IMO that's quite...well, inhumane, I guess. So...am I a horribly anal human being, or is my brother in the wrong here, as I personally feel? Thoughts?