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I miss this brilliant man:

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Too funny, l have thought of my life ending and l will miss the things l will enjoy in the future so, l,ll respect my luck being born thru the 60,s and now the 2020,s are coming.


Me too

Tompain1 Level 7 May 29, 2018

Robin Williams was great especially in his early days. Unfortunately, some of his later films were real dogs (sorry dogs). This hyper personality portended something amiss. Often people with emotional or drug problems become great in their field. A lot of the greatest artists died early as they just got burned out. I think without his emotional issue Robin Williams would not have been the Robin Williams we all got to know and love.

Eveyone has an opinion, they are much belly buttons...

@LetzGetReal Which kind innies or outies??


It upsets me that he committed suicide. That is a serious character flaw. He was very funny and I loved his antics but why did he quit this life?

nicknotes Level 8 May 29, 2018


Character flaw? Judge much?

Why ask why... He is dead. There is a lot of speculation and stories; as I did not live his life, I don't try to analyze it.

I'm not judging....I'm just upset that such a great talent is no more. @Ringo6

You are right....I just hate seeing talent wasted. All life is precious...too many lives are being sacrificed @LetzGetReal're right....I didn't walk in his shoes. Maybe he had a good reason to kill himself. I just can't imagine what is a good reason to kill yourself. @GuyKeith

I didn't know about his physical and mental state. @CrazyQuilter


LMAO -- That made my morning, and thanks for sharing. Robin is sorely missed.


He has had a very positive impact on my life and the importance of humor in our lives. I am very glad to have seen him in concert after his Heart Attack and thankful that he gave us so much of himslef.

cimoore34 Level 6 May 29, 2018

I miss Robin Williams, too.


He was a brightly burning star and a lost soul. Still miss him.


Loved him from the days of my childhood 35+ years ago.

Mork calling Orson come in Orson

World was a brighter place with Robin in it. It was a shame that light couldn't shine inwards and help him with his depression smile003.gif


I loved his comedy and his dramatic acting. A versatile and talented performer who is greatly missed.

Betty Level 7 May 29, 2018

He was friends with Billy Colloney. Who also had had Parkinson's.He will be missed.

Coldo Level 8 May 29, 2018

Billy is still with us and still working like Micheal J Fox" The iconic Scotsman revealed he approaches his condition with humour by playing Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin whilst performing on stage. "

He had a great fear of Parkinson's and was depressed about it, but apparently they later found he had Lewy Body Dementia which was the real cause of why his mind was going. It was more likely behind his confusion and bizarre behavior in his last days. He had placed many wristwatches in a sock and dropped them off to a friend's house "for safekeeping" for example. He was not of sound mind and thus his suicide was not likely a premeditated act he had thought through.

@273kelvin I used to know Billy when be stayed in Glasgow, we drank in The Scotia Bar.He was just going solo. He is 73 now.

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