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My religious family would have said something like "God made him so good he wanted him all for hiimself!"
Theyre slower than I am, however, and believe such crap...
Police reports say he was travelling at a rate of speed described as "Too fast" and family are now commenting saying that he was also "too furious."
He will be missed.
So it got me thinking .... a guy that went to chile to help with the earthquake, and then flew to haiti to help with 2010 earthquake there comes from a charity event owned by the same organization that helped with the earthquakes... and dies in ball of fire in a car crash ...............-
Could this be a case of someone believing they could drive as well the character they played in a movie, and finding out the hard way that they could not?.
Almost everyone in this thread actually believes Paul Walker died. You are on a conspiracy site, yet you don't use it for its purpose. Paul Walker is not dead. This is fake. No different from Tupac, Princess Diana or Heath Ledger after Batman. The movie Elysium maybe be fiction, but the idea could be very real. The rich living somewhere off the map, unknown to the public. This allows any famous person to "die". You will be suprised how many people (not on ATS) will also think this is fake. This maybe the largest disputed death, besides Michael Jackson, in a long time.
reply to post by boncho
To put the icing on the cake, his death was reported a day early but Paul Walkers reps said it was an online hoax. The next day he is dead. Google "Paul Walker is not dead" or "Paul Walker death hoax". And since he starred in car crash movies, people will accept his death easily and move on. Look at the sheep on the first page of this thread calling his death "irony". Irony??? How can so many humans be fooled this bad?
The website “mediamass.net”
The website mediamass.net is the medium of our satire to expose with humour, exaggeration and ridicule the contemporary mass production and mass consumption that we observe
Also it will not only mock the procuders (mainstream media, journalists) as it is common when questioning and criticizing mass media, but also the consumers as one cannot exist without the other. Sensationalism, lack of verification of information, ethics and standards issues are only symptoms of the actual social and economic order. This is particularly obvious when observing the role of social networking sites in spreading rumours.
When initial reports of Paul Walker’s death hit the news, fans went online to see if these reports were in fact true. Many of these fans found a report of a Paul Walker “death hoax” from the website Mediamass, with a date of November 29.
Mediamass, however, posts hundreds of “death hoax” articles for celebrities who are still living – and never actually had death hoaxes in their names. Below is a screenshot for a similar “death hoax” story on Mediamass about John Travolta. There have been no death hoaxes recently about Travolta, nor were there any such hoaxes about Paul Walker.
Yet another actors life tragically lost to reckless driving.
When will people learn that buying a supercar does not automatically grant them the ability to drive it? Yes he was the passenger, but he should have told the driver to slow down, because an accident this horrid can only be caused by excessive speed.
It's sad that this guy was killed, but it could easily have been prevented.
reply to post by winofiend
He was the passenger in a red Porsche which crashed into a pole AND a tree subsequently bursting into flames after being crumpled like a tin can.
Life imitating art. Irony of the highest degree.