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Ends: July 27, 2014
Look at how upset people get over the death of an actor. Did Paul Walker feed the poor? Did he take an orphan into his home? Can anyone even claim that he was a master at his craft? Did his roles inspire and break barriers? He was a 40 year old mediocre man who read lines for a living and starred in car racing movies. Believe me friends, when Paul Walker died, nothing of value was lost.
Paul Walker died on the way back from a charity event of his own charity ‘REACH OUT WORLDWIDE’ (https://www.facebook.com/reachoutworldwide/info). Maybe he was not an oscar worthy actor, but saying that nothing of value was lost is mean. And even without a charity or important roles, people have the right to be sad about his death. Beside that, he and his friend were people of value for there families and friends!