- Sep 3, 2012
Depression. Its a very serious issue, guys. Don't take it for granted.
RIP, Mr. Williams
RIP, Mr. Williams
Christ. I know that no one wanted that sequel, but I'd take Mrs. Doubtfire 2, 3, 4, 5 and beyond if we got to keep Robin Williams. ;_____;Naqel said:While I realize death is nothing to joke about, I feel like there's a joke about his opinion of that rumored Mrs. Doubtfire sequel somewhere around here.
Depression isn't always inherently visible. I have it myself, but friends would say I'm a happy and energetic person.CriticalMiss said:The BBC article I read says 'suicide due to asphyxia'. So it narrows it down a bit depending on their definition.krazykidd said:Btw , it says suspected suicide, any idea how? Maybe i missed it in the thread.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-28749702"At this time, the Sheriff's Office Coroner Division suspects the death to be a suicide due to asphyxia, but a comprehensive investigation must be completed before a final determination is made," police said in a statement.
This is horrible, I had always thought of him as an insanely cheerful guy but that's probably because he is so often cast as positive characters.
"I never met him, and I miss him like a family member."Kmadden2004 said:I was genuinely on the cusp of welling up about half an hour ago when I heard the news. That's never happened to me before when I've heard of a celebrity's passing.
There are public figures you follow, admire or respect. Robin Williams was one of the few I can say I genuinely loved.
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So true. His movies were a topic of many discussions with friends in the past. He was one of those actors that people just couldn't ignore. I don't know anyone who'd remain indifferent after this news.Drake the Dragonheart said:Almost everyone I know has one or two Robin Williams movies they really love.