I'm not sure if you guys have heard, but Robin Williams has passed. This guy was a huge part of a childhood, with Aladdin, Jumanji, Mrs. Doubtfire, Hook, Patch Adams...he was a great actor and comedian. This is a shock how he went, I know noone is perfect and everyone has their demons. He was battling his, I'm just sad that he felt that this was a way out for him. I guess I'm angry, I was looking at his page on wikipedia and I was thinking "This man would make a great grandpa...he's got such a great future ahead of him." I genuinely thought he would be around for the next 20-30 years. I guess I thought wrong. It's sad, I feel like I lost a bit of my childhood.
It's a eerie day...night as the case may be now. It feels the same when Michael Jackson died. Neither of these guys were suitable role models now that I'm an adult, but as a child...they were immortal to me. They held a special place. What can you do though? You just move on, and remember the person they were. Just putting my two cents in.
I am not perfect...but when I'm not I look good doing it.