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Howling Mad World Review! show 20

Howling Mad World Review! show 20

Postby dwightforum » Thu Aug 14, 2014 12:44 pm

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Re: Howling Mad World Review! show 20

Postby BarefootMdn » Thu Aug 14, 2014 3:48 pm

One of his best, I am hoping to listen again. And then maybe comment for discussion sake later, however I'm busy with Hillsdale Colleges free online classes. Specifically, Great Books 101.
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Re: Howling Mad World Review! show 20

Postby Bix » Mon Jan 05, 2015 10:07 pm

I hope that Dwight's issues with Robin Williams' death are eased by knowing that he had a medical reason behind his suicide-- depression, paranoia and delusion, tied to both his early-onset Parkinson's disease and the medications to deal with the symptoms. Plus the stress of dealing with the changes it was making to him physically. I met Robin twice, once at the Comedy Store where he walked up to me, shook my hand and sat beside me (I've mentioned that before), and then again at the Hollywood Improv where I made him laugh. And it was such a surreal, wonderful feeling to give laughter to one who had given it to me so many times.

We all have different limits to what we can tolerate. Robin, facing a lifetime of medications / medication alterations and the inevitable physical debilitation that comes with that condition, along with his other ongoing problems and stressors, drew the line far too early.
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