Dude made like 1 good movie and it was the one where Jessica Alba was in a bikini the whole time.
I’m more upset that 4 people died in a train derailment on Metro North. Know how many times I had to ride that muhfukka?
Anyway – it’s weird to me that there is a hive mind culture of people that feel the need to immediately put out “RIP [Insert Celebrity]“. We all know they died. You posting RIP does not somehow connect you to their lives. So what if you enjoyed one of their songs/movies/television shows? I get that human life is precious but why hold celebrities to a higher threshold? Do you want to prove you are in mourning? I don’t think in my life I’ve ever posted a “RIP [Insert Celebrity]“. Does that make me a better person? Probably not – but I feel proud for doing so.
I don’t know if I have a point here – but I just think it’s fucking really weird that people are posting up pictures of Tyrese crying at Paul Walker’s crash site like it’s fucking breaking news.
RIP to the two dudes who died in that crash. RIP to some anonymous guy in Indiana who died of a heart attack last night, some still born in Michigan, a grandmother in Alaska, a construction worker in Japan… People die every second and some of those people are entertainers. RIP TO ALL YA’LL! Now let’s keep it moving…