There was a car crash near Slacker's house and sadly one of the drivers died. Now, there is a make-shift memorial on the side of the road that he passes every day as he's taking his son to school. His son is young and hasn't really ever had to deal with death before. He has been asking why there are balloons and stuffed animals on the side of the road. Slacker is not sure that he should tell his son that someone died there.
One of Slacker's friends, who happens to be a psychologist, advised that Slacker has a dinner with his son where they sit him down and explain what death is.
Do you think this is a good idea? Have you talked to his kids about death?