Plane crash Austin and ambiguous reasoning are resonating through the web.Â Â The plane crash today was assumed to be perpetrated, on purpose, by a man who had a beef with the IRS.
The man left a lenghthy note that was published online and then subsequently removed by the feds. In the letter, he chronicled his struggles with “Big Brother” and then stated that the definition of insanity is trying the same thing over again and expecting different results.Â He decided not to be insane and try something new.
I don’t think the people that coined that definition meant that you needed to do such drastic things.Â However, the plane crash in Austin showcases how individuals are capable of just snapping over time.
Does that excuse the perpetrator for what he did? Absolutely not.Â What he did is inexcusable, as innocent lives were put in harms way.
In all actuality, the perpetrator wanted the IRS to lose big, but that’s not the case. The IRS won’t lose much.Â They don’t own the office building he crashed in to and insurance should be more than enough to cover damages.
That being said, today’s plane crash in Austion was a tragic event.Â Here’s to hoping that something like this never happens again.