|Look at them all!|
You get two "takeaways" from such things as this. First, that as questionable as I felt most "walks for...." were as in what does that accomplish?...well I was dead wrong and stupid. They do a lot of good. Sure they raise a boatload of money for research and awareness but these walks make people smile and be nice to one another.
Second, this disease has a fairly straight-line course. It plays out in about 5 years for 90% of all who get it. I talked with a couple of folks who were PALS and to a person, we felt lucky compared to others farther along the timeline. What in the world could we possibly have to complain about? Seriously.
A gorgeous day. Thousands of folks giving up a Saturday morning to do this. Family all around. A few thousand people in good humor. For pity's sake how can anyone complain. What possibly could give anyone the right?