As a fast bowler, one generally bowls a bouncer to intimidate. Occasionally, it's part of a laid out plan to get the batsman out hooking, but by and large (and I say this as a fairly innocuous seam bowler myself), one does it to physically intimidate the batsman. While nobody likes seeing a bloodied batsman out for the count, isn't that a logical enough outcome of a tough projectile hurled at the batsman's head at 90 mph from 22 yards? I know there's a human aspect to the game, but it's always seemed like a strange dichotomy to me; at least 60% of your conscious brain (I'm being conservative) as a fast bowler is trying to hurt the batsman, and then when you see him down, you go over to see after his wellbeing. Any quick bowlers here ever thought about this?