_I hope, one day, we can bring him back. Because he would have some kickass material to work with._
“Being dead? Ah, it’s not so bad! You get your own personal cloud to sit on. But I told saint Peter to go fuck himself, so mine was next to the ice machine, and if you have ever been to a motel, you know that’s worse than anything the devil can throw at you!”
Robin Williams' death really hit me hard. I grew up watching him on Mork & Mindy & all the wonderful films he was in after.
My dad had open heart surgery, then a few years later was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. Dad only talked about it a little, but the open heart surgery did change him. He became melancholy...a depression. He had alot more anxiety & didn't like to go out much after that.
My dad died from complications of Parkinson's 2.5 years ago on my birthday. 💔 He had talked about not wanting to suffer & become frozen from Parkinson's. He even said if it became too much, he would just stop eating to end his suffering.
These diseases are VERY difficult for the patient. May Robin Williams & my dad rest in peace. My dad loved Robin Williams & he loved to pull pranks, joke & laugh.
I miss them both forever. 😟
This man's death affected me as if I knew him personally. I grieved alot. Searching for a reason I felt this way, something dawned on me. He has always been there. He was my first TV crush (Mork from Ork on Mork and Mindy). Throughout my life, he was there in movies and TV shows, comedy specials and talk shows. As an adult, he was there. I learned how kind and generous he was by reading about his movie "demands". Hire the homeless. Feed ppl. Taking less money so more can help others. I also learned that even the nicest ppl have very hard pasts. His included drug and alcohol addiction (possibly a sex addiction). It showed me that even perfect people are not perfect. He suffered from depression and so do I. He taught me to hide behind laughter .... My pain is mine. Its kind of selfish to try to force it on others. I learned accountability and how to find my own strength. When I had kids.... He was there. He was the magic in Peter Pan and the wishes in the lamp. He could play scary roles (One Hour Photo), sad roles ( World's Greatest Dad and What Dreams May Come), serious roles (Dead Poets Society), sweet roles (Patch Adams and Mrs. Doubtfire) and of course comedy(Bird on a Wire). He was a TV Star, a Movie Star, stand up comedian, father, husband, humanitarian and a great man. He was taken away from his family, friends and fans way too soon from a dementia (Lewey Body's Dementia) that as a symptom caused his death by suicide. (This was confirmed at autopsy. The only way to even diagnose this disorder.) It was a great loss to everyone. I still tear up at the Academy's tweet. "Genie. You're free."
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