Something I've noticed quite a lot over the past few years, is that as soon as someone famous dies, everyone heads to facebook to post about how sad it is, how much they'll be missed or what the've. But do they really mean it? Take Mandela for instance. Nobody on my facebook has ever mentioned him before. Not once while he's been ill. To be honest, most the people on my facebook have any clue what he really did or anything about his life. Yet everyone is posting up about it. Posting some insightful quote of his. I'm not slagging onyone on my facebook off, but they ain't fooling anyone. No way did they know that quote before he died. They've read it somewhere and posted it up. Not because it's touched them previous. Simply because they want to jump on the bandwagon. I genuinely think people like it when a celeb or historical figue dies. Because it makes people feel involved. They all rush to facebook and post up some generic comment. "Our lives will never be the same": posted by a 21 year old white guy from Cardiff, about Mandela. I have no fucking clue how Mandela changed his life. He fucking didn't. It just highly annoys me how people suddenly care about someone when they die. To be honest, it's more of a sign of disrespect than respect. People don't care, they just jump on the bandwagon because it's popular and current. I hate how fickle people are.