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He changed the world. Few people can say that.
Agreed. He made such a mark.
I was really sad yesterday after hearing of his demise. I love Jumanji and Mrs Doubtfire.
Yeah, it was unexpected and so tragic. :(
Sadly, I never got over the fact that he played a space alien on Happy Days...people say that show lost it when Fonzie jumpoed a shark, but I'd say it was the Mork episode...I've not seen a lot of Robin Williams films...although I did see (and liked) Moscow On The Hudson..Still, it was a shame that his inner demons got the better of him-so many people with terminal diseases fight so hard to cling to each moment of life, that it saddens me when people throw theirs away.Larry
Funny you should mention that shark thing, 'cause I have seen hardly any of that show, but the other day I caught the tail-end of a re-run and i'm pretty sure it was the shark one. heheI haven't seen that Robin Williams movie you mentioned. I think in general I need to check out a lot more of his movies than I have already.
I echo your thoughts. Who expected that? Shows how damaging depression is. :(
And it often seems to be the case that the 'entertainers', the comics, are the ones who feel very differently underneath the surface. so sad :(
So sad. It's hard, too, knowing that he was in so much pain. RIP, old friend.
Yeah, I know :( Must be terrible for his family in particular.
And saying that one of the reasons he was depressed was because he thought that he didn't have any talent and that his movies were rubbish. It was just the opposite.
Ridiculous! He was soooo talented.It often seems that the geniuses are the ones who suffer in their own private lives, with their demons.
Thanks for your words, me hearties! and don't forget to leave a link to your blog somewhere I can find it!