Hi, my name Savannah. My Dad died on December 5 2012, of a very nasty bacteria. My dad was diagnosed with the flu on December 1, and we all thought he would be fine, but on Sunday, we had to call an ambulance, and three days later he passed away. I want to be angry at someone, but I can't. I wish that the doctors had actually tested him for the flu, because if they had, then maybe we could have figured out earlier that my dad had an immunity problem, and then maybe the doctors could have killed the Bacteria before it got to him. The Doctors say that this germ is horrible, and that it almost always kills its host. They said that it kills the host almost immediately. They told us that if it could find a host that it could live on, and not just kill it (The host, I mean) and multiply on for just 20 days, then the weight of it after all its multiplying would be enough to literally tip the earth. But, so far the thing has't been able to last in a host for longer than a week at most (And even that is a rare time for the host to live). My dad was a firefighter, a paramedic, and he used to be in the army (He was in the Rangers and Navy too) He was an amazing person, and I don't think he should have died yet, no matter what God thinks. I don't think its fair because I'm only 14. I want to be a doctor (Pediatrician to be specific) Because my Dad was in the medical field. I don't know how I'm going to do that without his help though. I've been learning about medicine since I was just a baby, and he's been my teacher. I don't know what I'm going to do now. I was always so happy when my Dad would get that proud look on his face when he would talk about me. I know I sound just-I don't arrogant I guess, arrogant, and rude. But, its not like that. I wasn't happy because my dad was boasting about me. I was happy because my Dad was proud of me. I was happy I was making him proud. It's not fair. type his name in a google search and you'll agree with me. I would tell you his name, but I'm too paranoid :P My dad taught me to be that way.