Robin Williams, 1951-2014


#1

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#2

For his roles in ‘Awakenings’ and ‘Good Will Hunting’ alone. Hope he rests in peace.


#3

Nnnoooooooooooo!

Btw… check out World’s Greatest Dad.


#4

Ouch. I really felt for him when he was struggling in films like Hook. Playing darker characters in Insomnia and One Hour Photo seemed appropriate somehow, I was somehow really looking forward to seeing him get his act together (so to speak) I guess the happy ending is never guaranteed.

R.I.P.


#5

Terribly sad on so many levels. Smiles and memories he created live on.


#6

I’m crushed.

Because of past hoaxes surrounding Williams’ death, here is the Business Insider article that links to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office release. I’m so very sorry to say that this time it isn’t a hoax.


#7

Robin Williams was my childhood, The Bird Cage and Mrs Doubtfire taught me so many life lessons. May he rest in peace and laughter.


#8

unreal i didnt beleive it had to see it on other sites

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-robin-williams-dies-20140811-story.html


#9

Nannoooooooooo Nannooooooooooo!

(Fixed that for you, though nothing fixes this.) :frowning:


#10

no no no no noooooo
just… why? robin, why? <3


#11

Well, fuck. I really didn’t think anything could stop him.


#12

Oh my god, I literally teared up when I read the headline on google news a minute ago. I had just re-watched the fisher king (imo his very best performance and a brilliant film) this past saturday. I’m heartbroken, he was an amazing human being. What a terrible loss to the world : (


#13

Goodbye, Mork!


#14

There’s three things in this world that you need: Respect for all kinds of life, a nice bowel movement on a regular basis, and a navy blazer. - The Fisher King

RIP you crazy diamond.


#15

Nanu. Nanu. Nanu.

My childhood soul came out of his silly egg.

I just watched Man of the Year the other day; his performance was just great.


#16

A sudden sad gust of gravity.


#17

should play some legend of zelda in his honor


#18

If it ever gets too deep:
The National Suicide Prevention Hotline is 1-800-273-8255.
We’ll miss you, Robin.


#19

Remember - there was only ONE Robin Williams. But there are THOUSANDS of Veterans every year that commit suicide with no headlines and some with no funerals whatsoever. Suicide is EVERYONE’S concern, not just the V.A. who digs the holes and dumps the bodies of my comrades into them with hardly a thank-you.


#20

Yes, of course, and also Gaza, but can we, you know…not?