Every instance of “salesman” from Glengarry Glen Ross replaced with Geddy Lee’s ‘salesman’ from Spirit of the Radio.
And it was a wonderful Christmas after all.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Well this just diffused a large portion of my angst.
Spending time on the internet, as most everyone does, I have came across multiple images of Paul Walker and Nelson Mandela. These images state that anyone who is mourning the loss of Walker should be ashamed of it, because Mandela was a better person and did more. Walker was just an actor and celebrity. The sad thing is that people actually believe this to be true and it infuriates me to no end. No ones death, NO ONES, is more important than someones else’s. They both had families, people who loved them. These images also say “If you do this you are, without question, part of whats wrong with the world.” Actually, those people who believe that one HUMAN BEINGS death is much more important than someone else is what is wrong with this world. I don’t understand why people think that it’s okay to act ignorant. All death is sad, no matter the circumstance or what kind of life they lead. R.I.P Paul Walker and Nelson Mandela, you both have touched the lives of millions and will be greatly missed.
I have been feeling this all week. It made me realize how many self-righteous friends I have. I don’t like when people tell other people how and whom they should grieve. Was Paul Walker a Nelson Mandela caliber of person? Probably not.
Are you a Nelson Mandela caliber of person? Most certainly not.
The comparison of the two is ridiculous. We’re not supposed to feel any sadness over the loss of a man because he had the audacity to die around the same time as a beloved humanitarian. I mean, how dare he.
I really feel for his family who are probably having to avoid the internet altogether because of everyone being total dicks about his death. The fact is, Paul Walker was by all accounts a really nice, really generous man. A good friend. A good father. You think he was a shitty actor and therefore anyone mourning him is inappropriate? Then you are the one who needs to re-evaluate your mores.
The Foundations - “Now That I’ve Found You”