Sunday, November 30, 2014

One Year Later... the pain of losing Paul Walker still hurts

As we all know, Paul Walker passed away in a fiery crash on November 30, 2013 in Valencia, California. A year ago to this day, we reflect back on the tragedy that affected so many people who come to love the memories Paul Walker left us in his Fast and Furious movies.

Paul Walker's father shared bright memories of his son a year after his loss. So soon, so sad. We can't help but to tear up over Paul Walker's untimely passing. All we can do is honor the memory of this great person. Paul Walker was a cool and genuine actor that took the time to help people. 

Most people, most fans who left comments shared their true pain. We admit, we cried a few days following the death of Paul Walker. On the day of this news, we didn't believe it. It was like a dream.

In the wake of news outlets covering this story, we noticed a particular news report showing thousands of people burning candles to honor one of their favorite Fast and Furious movie actors. It's disheartening to know that we can lose good people without warning. 

We didn't know Paul Walker personally. However, we always noticed his powerful smile. He usually smiled, drawing reference to his past television roles in A Highway to Heaven and Touched by an Angel. He touched people, treating them with the respect he felt they deserved.

One guy shared a short story of his encounter with Paul Walker in Southern California, where his fond memory of this later actor was receiving help. In a Facebook comment, this man said he left home and forgot his wallet. He almost ran out of gas.

Coasting into a gas station on empty, this man realized he didn't have any money to reach home. He asked Paul Walker, who was there filling up his gas tank, for a few dollars to get gas. Friendly and caring Paul Walker gave this man $100 and said "Pass it on." What a thoughtful person to do this. 

That was Paul Walker. He cared. He didn't allow Hollywood to change him. He enjoyed making people happy. He entertained us. We didn't know him, but when he passed away we cried. You can't help but to think of Paul Walker and his contribution to our lives. 

We watched The Fast and the Furious in 2001. Though we were in our mid 20's then, we enjoyed watching the street racing concept unfold on the silver screen. We watched these type of street races. It was Paul Walker, young actor who starred in She's All That, Varsity Blues, and in other movies, who took on this life-changing role as Brian O'Conner in The Fast and the Furious in 2001 that made us reflect on a time when life was fun. As we grow older, we grow closer to our memories. 

That is where we want to leave off with our memory of Paul Walker. We will never forget this awesome, talented, caring, inspiring and good person who showed us that there is more to life than showboating, being shallow, materialistic and everything else that spells out negative traits. 

Paul Walker is the moral character we come to love. He made movies to have fun. He enjoyed the beach. He loved his daughter. He wanted to enjoy his 40's. He supported many organizations, especially ROWW. His life was cut too short. We are left picking up the pieces to his passing. 

Today, a year after the tragic passing of Paul Walker, we celebrate and honor his memory. His good heart will keep up inspired, motivating us to live a better life. On this day, Paul Walker's memory will never be forgotten. Paul will forever connect us with our good past time. 

Enjoy life, make each day brighter. Don't ponder on the smaller things. Chances are that most people don't focus on your insecurities and flaws. Respect your life. Don't make too many plans to live a better life in the future. Live life now for what it's worth. 

Drive into the wind, cruise down the hill. Allow this world to inspire you to protect its memories. Find a purpose, and chase this cause. With your contribution, you can help make a difference in this world. We honor you Paul Walker.  

Rest in Peace Paul Walker






Friday, October 31, 2014

Fast & Furious trailer launch party tomorrow, November 1, 2014!

It's official? Director James Wan is set to unveil Fast & Furious 7 movie trailer tomorrow on the Fast & Furious Facebook page at 12p.m. and on E! Exactly 11 months to this day, we lost Paul Walker too soon. We're sure he would be proud of this high octane Fast & Furious 7 movie.

James Wan has already shared images and a few clips from the upcoming Fast & Furious 7. Expect millions of people to visit this Facebook page to watch an awesome movie trailer. Fast & Furious 7 is due out in theaters on April 3, 2015.

Fast & Furious Facebook Page

Friday, September 12, 2014

Happy 41st Birthday Paul Walker!

Paul Walker turned 41 today! Happy Birthday Paul!

We will always remember your kind soul. You launched the Fast and Furious movies franchise back in 2001 and made 5 hugely popular movies. You put charity organization ROWW on the map. Your contribution to humanity is well documented.

Paul Walker had a golden heart that never stopped loving people. He made great movies, helped out in his charities, and just enjoyed meaningful adventures in his positive life.

We celebrate Paul Walker Day. The movie personality, the generous person who kept giving. He looked forward to living his 40's, which he referred to as my "40's are gonna be awesome" in a short video interview about life before fame.

You were the coolest Paul Walker. Your memory will live on forever. Hope your spirit is in a peaceful place that you can call home.

Happy Birthday Paul Walker! Happy 41st bro! Race to the stars my brother.




Monday, September 8, 2014

A horrible person trying to auction off Paul Walker's sunglasses that this actor wore on the day he died

Can you believe this person? He attempted to auction off the sunglasses which Paul Walker may have worn the day died in that Santa Clarita car crash. Based on the photos, these sunglasses look authentic. Paul Walker was wearing this exact sunglasses before he died.

Why would anyone want to bid on these sunglasses? This man is said to have used a fire extinguisher to retrieve these sunglasses from the wreckage. Do people have respect for others anymore?

Paul Walker deserves better than this. He was a great person.

Hollywood and celebrity memorabilia sells for millions of dollars. People buy movie props, which a show based on this topic, Hollywood Treasure, aired on SyFy and revealed the valuable world of Hollywood collectibles.

Selling a pair of sunglasses that were on the face of Paul Walker moments before his death is despicable.