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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #3 - mrmuffins
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(08/12/2014) [-]
And Good Night, Vietnam.
#43 to #3 - onyxceptable
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But, good morning Neverland
User avatar #13 to #3 - holycrapimacupcake
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Dammit.
#27 to #3 - habasparkz
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#5 to #3 - shreksorcist
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Ok THAT ONE GOT TO ME.
Ok THAT ONE GOT TO ME.
#2 - anon id: 6075fa4e
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Terrible actor, Even worse comedian. Rip in peace
#37 to #2 - theruse
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User avatar #9 to #2 - RiflemanFunny
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>Rest in Peace in peace?
#45 to #2 - epicactual
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#51 to #2 - nerduin
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#61 to #2 - gigamuffin
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Faggot.
Faggot.
#34 to #2 - Jabberwocky
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#7 to #2 - punorcib
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Comment Picture
User avatar #60 to #7 - gigamuffin
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Oh **** I replied to the wrong comment!

I'm SO sorry!

I meant to reply to anon's comment!
#20 to #7 - gigamuffin
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User avatar #44 to #20 - killermoosed
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Go put your finger up your butt, find your prostate, have an orgasm, and relax.
#1 - fezzo
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Perhaps his depression was so severe that in the end he couldn't make himself better anymore
Perhaps his depression was so severe that in the end he couldn't make himself better anymore
User avatar #56 to #1 - Thundergod
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It's like one of his jokes. A man walks into his doctor's office and complains of extreme depression. Nothing in life makes him laugh anymore. The doctor says to him, "If it's depression you suffer, I have the cure. The great clown Pagliacci is in town, go see him and you'll be laughing happy."

"But doctor," the man says, "you do not understand. I am Pagliacci!"
#16 - thismustbeseen
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(08/13/2014) [-]
"I was glad to be of service"

r.i.p.
#35 to #16 - urapooper
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Bicentennial Man was a good movie.
#11 - spycheckingpyro
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(08/13/2014) [-]
Don't forget Peter Pan.
#17 - senecabro
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really irks me that no one ever mentions Christy from What Dreams May Come. i feel like more people should watch that movie.
#39 to #17 - maxpunchman
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(08/13/2014) [-]
Sometimes when you win, you lose.
#19 - MKZeke
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(08/13/2014) [-]
"He was a coward! Being strong, not giving up, it was just his place to hide. He pushed away the pain so hard he disconnected himself from the person he loved most. Sometimes when you win, you lose."
User avatar #6 - klick
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In fairness those characters will still live on. That's the beauty of art and media. When the artist dies, no new material can be made. But we can still enjoy the old work.
#42 - alfrebecht
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I am sick of this particular sentiment.

The BEST ******* PART ABOUT HIS LIFE IS THAT HE'S STILL HERE.

My family watched Hook tonight to celebrate this man. I'm not gonna say goodbye to what he blessed us with.
User avatar #52 to #42 - Yeaaaahhhh
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We say goodbye to the person, not his legacy.
User avatar #57 to #52 - alfrebecht
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Hence my frustration at the content of this post...

I would use the same image again if it didn't feel so redundant.
#30 - gave
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I literally cannot get over his death. Aladdin was my favorite growing up when I was a kid. Only because of the Genie. And I can't count how many times I've seen Mrs. Doubtfire or Jumanji.    
   
The Carpe Diem scene/ What will your verse be scene in Dead Poets Society is what convinced me that I was living a worthless life, and finally convinced me to become a special needs teacher.   
   
This man shaped my life, and I can't stand the fact that hes dead.
I literally cannot get over his death. Aladdin was my favorite growing up when I was a kid. Only because of the Genie. And I can't count how many times I've seen Mrs. Doubtfire or Jumanji.

The Carpe Diem scene/ What will your verse be scene in Dead Poets Society is what convinced me that I was living a worthless life, and finally convinced me to become a special needs teacher.

This man shaped my life, and I can't stand the fact that hes dead.
User avatar #49 to #30 - thetowelboy
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Honor him by inspiring others in the way he inspired you. Let his work be passed into the work of others. It's what he would want.
#50 to #30 - hybridxproject
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me too man, it really doesn't feel real. To think such wonderful, nice person who brought so much joy to the world and my own childhood would hang himself, I just can't accept it.
me too man, it really doesn't feel real. To think such wonderful, nice person who brought so much joy to the world and my own childhood would hang himself, I just can't accept it.