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PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2013 6:41 am 
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One of our dogs died a few weeks ago. We had her for about fourteen years - about two-thirds of my life. The house is too quiet without her pitter-pattering around.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 30, 2013 11:40 am 
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Sheesh, I'm sorry for your loss. Did it happen while you were out of the country?

My 16 year old dog passed when i was away. Heart breaking.

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No, it happened some time after I came back. So I got to spend a little time with her.


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Good to hear. Either way. I'm sorry, doll.

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Received a friend request today, not from someone I was friends with in high school, but from the older brother of a friend. The thing is, my friend committed suicide a decade ago. I read the friend request wrong at first, and thought it said "Jared" (friend) not "Jason" (older brother). Heart dropped, and I realized it was his birthday last week. Been fighting tears all day.

Bullying is a terrible thing. And I just needed to vent for a second. He was like a little brother that I was always excited to see in the halls. He was a beautiful child, and didn't deserve what happened to him at the end of his life.

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Clarissa Dickson Wright is dead.

Two Fat Ladies was the greatest show ever, the world is an emptier place now.

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and now robin williams is dead

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ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME RIGHT NOW

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nah he's just trapped in jumanji again

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Sad to lose him - I feel like this is a safe place to say how I really feel about this, which is that:

1. I never care that much when a celeb dies because I don't know them personally and

2. I always felt like this could happen any time - the manic stuff was not an act. Honestly I feel like he always flew very close to the sun and we were lucky to have him for as long as he held on.


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Yeah, i feel pretty weird about everyone acting so upset, like they really knew him?

Celebrity deaths are always like this, the notion that a movie star was "close" to you and losing them means anything more than a lack of future output is inherently kind of a shitty pretense, but... people grew up with him, I guess. Even if you don't have even the slightest real connection to this person, celebrities end up inextricably in our lives in the form of movies, songs, interpretive dance, whatever, and if any of those performances mean anything to you, leave any kind of mark on you, that person ends up feeling dear to you in some messed up transitive way. Fewer people knew the guy than are mourning him by magnitudes, but that's because so many people had that kind of meaningful-feeling exposure throughout their lives.


What i'm saying is, Jumaji was such a tremendous masterpiece that everyone who saw it came to view robin williams as a father figure.

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