First the death of Paul Walker.
And then I turn over to BBC1 to see breaking news of the passing of Nelson Mandela. He was truly a noble man, he had an extreme amount of courage to do what he did for equality and freedom all those years ago. Such a hero. May he rest in peace. A truly remarkable legacy has been left in your place and the world has changed forever.
Yet I also see comments on George Takei's Facebook post about his death and a minority are harsh comments, it makes me sick just to think who in hell would just say that on the day of his death, who do they think they are? Those few people have no damn respect for someone who had guts and bravery to stand up for equal rights. Sometimes I feel ashamed to be white because of the actions of those who gave white people that stereotype (we are not like that) with a few living up. It is disgraceful that there are those who are so inconsiderate it's unbelievable. Though I may be Atheist... Mr Mandela you are free and may my grandad ever cross paths with you in heaven.
To those who may believe otherwise, show some fucking dignity on this day!