What I am about to say will not be the first time you heard this and it sure as hell will not be the last, the world is a cruel place. Just when things are going so well for me, the world is crumbling around those I care about and admire and it's not fucking fair.
Tonight we learned that the amazing Char Hardin was brutally attacked. You can read the details on her blog, posted by her family. I just cannot believe this could happen to someone so undeserving, someone who spends several hours of her day helping and promoting others. Char Hardin isn't just a woman I podcast with from time to time. She isn't just a Facebook friend. This is a woman I talk to on the phone constantly. She helps me through tough times and I try to be there for her as well. In person, she is even more beautiful. We all love you Char and we cannot wait to hear from you. You're one tough cookie that survived for a reason.
I would also like to pay respects to those who died in the recent train wreck along with Paul Walker and the man who was driving that car, I forgot his name and I am typing this on my phone. The posts about Paul Walker disgust me. He wasn't just some celebrity douche. This man dedicated his life to helping natural disaster victims around the globe as well as underprivileged children. In fact, he died leaving one of his charity events so shut the fuck up and show some respect. Just because people show their respect on an innocent fb post, that doesn't mean that they are crying about someone they don't know and it doesn't mean they don't care about other deaths that day
What do you want? For everyone, everyday to post, "RIP to everyone that died today and everyone else that is about to die or dying now." Celebrity deaths get more attention than your brother's because everyone knows who they are. Nobody knows your brother nor have they heard of him, "When my brother died, he didn't get a nice article with a thumbs up." Uhm, then why don't you blog about it you fucking pussy? Sorry for your loss but how was I suppose to know all the names of the people who died that day?
And I am really tired of people bitching about how fallen soldiers never get any respect. For the last time, you are seriously arguing over which human being's death should get more attention. Isn't there a National Holiday that supports our Veterans every God damn year? Didn't it just pass and my news feed was cluttered with stories about how their grandfather proudly killed those damn Japs after Pearl Harbor? I guess a National Holiday isn't enough and how dare rational human beings show respect for two good men.... All because they're not out there fighting some bull shit war.