Ok, I don't really know where to put this but need to share. I've created a throwaway account for this for what will be obvious reasons. A few months ago - I can't remember the exact timeframe - I was lurking on reddit and was struck by a particular user whose username I can't remember. I also can't remember what post it was on, it might have been one of the "what does it feel like to be rich?" ones. In any case, there was something very off about the user's comment. He didn't say anything particularly nutty, but there was something weird about it that I couldn't quite put my finger on. So I click on the username and start looking at his past comments. I don't normally do this, but I was intrigued by this person for some reason. Anyway, the guy was a prolific commenter. He never really posted anything original but commented frequently about his life. His father was a banker and he came from money. He said something about how he was called a rich bitch in school, but he didn't care. He talked about his girlfriend (he gave her a numerical rating on a physical attractiveness scale or something like that) and generally came off as a bit of a jerk, but more than that, he came off as a tad sociopathic. There was something missing in his comments. Like if the guy from American Psycho had a reddit account, it might look like this one. Anyway, I kept reading his comments for some reason and forgot all about it - until now. In one of the comments, the guy said he was a co-pilot with Lufthansa. He also said some weird stuff about flying. I remember being struck by it - so much so that I did wonder at one point whether or not I should send his comments to someone at Lufthansa and say "Hey, here's this guy claiming to be one of your pilots and saying weird stuff on the internet. Pretty sure you won't like that and that he's violating the terms of his employment." I obviously didn't send such an email, but in retrospect I wonder if this strange reddit user who struck me as so odd that I was compelled to drill down into his comment history, was the same person as the co-pilot who crashed the plane.