Yes, the same Paul Walker that has donated time and money to relief efforts and charities. The same Paul Walker that secretly bought an Iraq war veteran an engagement ring after he overhead the couple state it was too expensive. The same Paul Walker that made sure to stay out of the spotlight with his non-profit disaster relief charity Reach Out Worldwide. The same Paul Walker that flew to Chile after an 8.8 magnitude quake to assist in relief efforst. The same Paul Walker that flew to Haiti in 2010 to aid them in relief efforts after an earthquake. The same Paul Walker that assisted with manual labor in relief efforts in 2011 after a Tornado hit Tuscaloosa Alabama. See a pattern here?
Maybe he did all of this just for fanfare and to have his name in the spotlight? Nope, that isn't going to fly. Don't take my word for it take the word of the people he worked with in his charity, “He didn’t want anyone to know he was there. All he wanted was a chainsaw, and point him in the right direction – he wanted to go to work. Paul’s fingers were as dirty as yours were.”
Does that really sound like a terrible person? In the past two paragraphs all I have done is list a small sample of the things he did off the movie set. People are not grieving for Paul Walker because there will not be more Fast and the Furious movies. People are grieving because the world lost a truly good person who did the opposite of what most Hollywood stars do and that was helping others instead of himself.
Let's take a look at what Adora Bull (why are you hiding under a pseudonym sweetheart? If you believe this garbage put your name on it) had to say:
1. No More Fast & Furious Sequels.
I think I speak for everyone, when I make this my number one reason why it’s a good thing Paul Walker is dead. This movie franchise became stale after it’s second movie, 2 Fast 2 Furious, or as we at the MWD headquarters like to refer to it as, “2 shitty 2 exist.” It just added insult to injury that they’d have the balls to release five more sequels after that. They really breathed life into the term “beating a dead horse.” Of course, there is a small chance that the owners of this crappy movie franchise may replace Walker, we’re confident that there are no actors left who are alive today that have the combined desperation to work and lack of self respect to take the job.
Excellent point. The world clearly needs less movie stars that take the absurd amount of dollars they are paid for pretending to do something and using that money to help others. Instead the world needs more bloggers attempting to get hits off the passing of said actor.
2. There hasn’t been a good celebrity death in a while.
We haven’t had a real, genuine celebrity death of this magnitude since the summer of this year, with Cory Monteith dying of a drug overdose on July 13th, and Lisa Robin Kelly dying of possibly “similar” reasons on August 14 (autopsy reports yet to be released as of this date). The public and media have been yearning for a good celebrity death. Thankfully, Walker was happy to fill the void in our hearts and sacrificed himself for the greater good. For that, we thank you, Paul Walker. At least now your family can say your life served a purpose.
Oh, no dead celebrity to talk about and piggyback off? So you mean you would actually have to develop, I don't know, talent of your own to get attention? God forbid.
3. His death has been a good distraction from the soldiers who died this week.
Thanks to Walker’s timely death, the media has something better to focus on besides the depressing news of war across the seas that the bleeding heart liberals want us to report on instead of what really matters. Face it, libtards, the citizens of our fine country don’t like being depressed 24/7 by the horrific things going on around them like you do, and would rather obsess over celebrities, what styles they’re currently wearing, or what type of cars they’re getting into high speed crashes in.
You're complaining about the media obsessing over celebrities by... obsessing over a celebrity.
4. Vin Diesel will finally be forced to expand his career.
I’m sure I’m not the only one when I say I’m so glad that Diesel will no longer be able to ride the coat tails of Walker’s success, now that he’s dead. With no Batman, there is no Robin, and with no “Brian O’Conner,” there can be no “Dominic Toretto.” Perhaps now, Diesel will finally leave the Action movie genre and find a project he’s better suited for. Better yet, maybe he’ll just retire from his acting career altogether.
I'm not too good at using this Google thing but this is Vin Diesel's filmography:
Writer, director, producer
|1997||Strays||Rick||Writer, director, producer|
|1998||Saving Private Ryan||Private Adrian Caparzo|
|1999||The Iron Giant||The Iron Giant||Voice|
|2000||Boiler Room||Chris Varick|
|2000||Pitch Black||Richard B. Riddick|
|2001||The Fast and the Furious||Dominic Toretto|
|2001||Knockaround Guys||Taylor Reese|
|2002||xXx||Xander Cage||Executive producer|
|2003||A Man Apart||Sean Vetter||Producer|
|2004||The Chronicles of Riddick||Richard B. Riddick||Producer|
|2004||The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury||Richard B. Riddick||Voice|
|2005||The Pacifier||Lieutenant Shane Wolfe|
|2006||Find Me Guilty||Jack DiNorscio|
|2006||The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift||Dominic Toretto||Uncredited|
|2008||Babylon A.D.||Hugo Cornelius Toorop|
|2009||Los Bandoleros||Dominic Toretto||Short film
Writer, director, producer
|2009||Fast & Furious||Dominic Toretto||Producer|
|2011||Fast Five||Dominic Toretto||Producer|
|2013||Fast & Furious 6||Dominic Toretto||Producer|
|2013||Riddick||Richard B. Riddick||Producer|
|2014||Guardians of the Galaxy||Groot||Voice and motion capture; Filming|
|2015||Fast & Furious 7||Dominic Toretto||On hold pending rewrites|
This isn't even good trolling. I mean put in some freaking effort if you are going to stoop this low.
5. This proves that rich douchebags die young too.
You know the old saying, “only the good die young?” Well, now we have proof that this saying isn’t entirely true after all! Money can’t buy you happiness, and it apparently can’t buy you immortality either. Perhaps this tragedy will teach children that being rich and famous isn’t a free ticket to thinking you’re above the law and can get away with whatever you want, as the 2005 red Porsche Carrera GT taught Walker and the friend who was driving it.
So this guy who anonymously buys people engagement rings, goes to sites of natural disasters to help in relief efforts, and whose list of positives done for humanity only a supreme being could tally makes him a douchebag?
The author obviously doesn't believe any of this crap as no sane person would. However, the author has no problem using a tragic loss to try to further themselves. Dancing on Walker's grave? No problem, no shame.
Now this network fully stands by Adora Bull's right to say and write whatever it is she wants to write. Just as this network will buy a beer for whomever pops her in the mouth for it. Hey, freedom is not a one way street. Just because you can say something does not mean there will not be consequences for what you say.
Modern Woman Digest and Adora Bull did not expect to have so much blowback from this publicity stunt. They decided to try to curtail it by stating Adora Bull was on suicide watch hoping pandering in a manner women do best (turning on the waterworks after fucking up) would pull at heart strings. The fact the article is still up and Modern Woman Digest is still basking in the hits says enough about that.
This network of automotive enthusiast sites would not even waste time with an article about a Hollywood actor that passed away as frankly the world could do without quite a bit of Hollywood's self-promoting garbage (insert whatever Kardashian is in entertainment news this week here). The world could definitely use more Paul Walker's on the other hand.
Adora Bull and Modern Woman Digest, troll it up if you want to. The fact is if you died tomorrow nobody would be grieving. There probably would be a celebration or two. Perhaps the greatest proof against the existence of a supreme being is one that still allows you to giggle in an office corner and spew this crap that tears someone down who did so much to bring others up for your own shameless benefit. If anything does happen to you over this, I hope it is not to a degree that you will not be able to read my Top 5 Reasons Why I'm Glad Adora Bull is _______. Then again, I really wouldn't mind if it was to that degree and I doubt anyone would else would either.