Project 25, No. 19: On Robin
I know there’s been a lot written about Robin Williams’ passing today. I hope I don’t wake up tomorrow to bigotry, but I’m afraid it’s already happened.
Everything wrong with modern media in one screenshot: pic.twitter.com/IipUQeVPzv— Digitally Downloaded (@DigitallyDownld) August 12, 2014
I’m not one to usually dwell on celebrity deaths, but this one is different. Robin Williams was the fixture of many of my generation’s childhood classics - and as a kid who was constantly bedridden with terrible asthma and insomnia who only had VHS tapes and books as friends most of the time, Robin Williams helped make it a bit less lonely.
An added zinger: if you’re a millennial like me, Robin Williams was likely the age of your parents. Think about that - call them right now and tell ‘em you love 'em.
And then, watch my favorite clips from the entertainer’s greatest. His Reddit AMA is classic too.
Once, I sat next next to Rufio during a charity dinner. I almost died out of nervousness. I was 19.
II. Inside the Actor’s Studio
Even Robin Williams hated Silicon Valley.
If you don’t like this number, I’d question your whole life.
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