One of the benefits of working at #Rockefeller #rockefellercenter is getting to see the #Christmas tree #manhattan #newyorkcity #newyork
#rippaulwalker #paulwalker I never really comment about stuff like this, but I’ve seen so much of it in my feed that I had to say something. I don’t think that innocent people dying is ever funny, so I don’t understand why it’s so amusing that Paul Walker died the way he did. Obviously, the driver of the car was driving way too fast (yes, someone else died), and it’s fortunate that two or four other people weren’t killed because of one person’s bad decision. Instead of making fun of the fact that he died in a most tragic accident that would have never happened in the movies he starred in, why don’t we think about the fact that he died just after attending an event for his non-profit, an organization that helped people he never even met after disaster struck? The last event he attended was to help out the victims of typhoon Haiyan. I am not a super fan, nor do I know him, but the guy doesn’t seem to have been a bad person, and at least he and the driver had an interest in helping others. The victims also have families, which are now devastated by this. I know my one post won’t make a difference, but maybe we, as people, should try to emulate the victims’ actions and actually show the victims and their families some compassion after what in their world also counts as a disastrous situation.
One of my #bestfriends #newyorkcity #manhattan #longislandcity #newyork #picoftheday #photooftheday #bestoftheday #queens