The acting community and fans alike are saddened by the passing of Tony Soprano himself, James Gandolfini, yesterday while on a trip to Italy. He was 51. 

Naturally, watching The Sopranos to reminiscence at the spectacular acting of Gandolfini in his most celebrated role seems like a given thing to do. Of course, Amazon knew this, and tried to take advantage of the situation by making a quick buck off of the show's first season in a Facebook post expressing their sadness. After some backlash, the company removed the Facebook post. Of course, they are a business and the purpose of a business is to make money; but sometimes, let sympathy be sympathy, and nothing more.

[via Gizmodo]