I'm watching the First 48 right now. Plenty of shit to get enraged about, but the family of some dumb whore who was doing something stupid and died because of it said "She was a good person". No, she wasn't. You know how I know she wasn't a good person? Because you felt the need to say she was. I have a lot of friends who are disturbingly nice. People who work for relief organizations, who are volunteers, a ton of friends who've worked for the Peace Corps. I've never felt the need to say they are good people. It's self-evident that they are. You know who I've heard the "Oh, they're good people" phrase used for? An ex, talking about her drug dealing friends. Tenants, trying to talk me into letting their druggie loser friends rent another apartment from me. If you feel the need to say someone's a good person, they're not. They're a loser. Shut the fuck up and accept that they're losers.