R.I.P. Robin Williams; Legendary Comic and Actor Dead at 63

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Some incredibly sad news to report this afternoon as it appears that actor/comic Robin Williams has died of an apparent suicide.  The news broke in a report filed by the Marin County Sheriff and has now been confirmed by the actor’s wife Susan Schneider.  All of us here are incredibly shocked and saddened to learn of his passing.  I really loved his performances in Dead Poets Society, The Fisher King,  Good Will Hunting, World’s Greatest Dad, Good Morning VietnamMrs Doubtfire and many other films.  There’s not much else I can say right now.

The Marin County Sherriff’s report follows below.

robin-williams-ripThe full statement is as follows:

On August 11, 2014, at approximately 11:55 a.m, Marin County Communications received a 9-1-1 telephone call reporting a male adult had been located unconscious and not breathing inside his residence in unincorporated Tiburon, CA. The Sheriff’s Office, as well as the Tiburon Fire Department and Southern Marin Fire Protection District were dispatched to the incident with emergency personnel arriving on scene at 12:00 pm. The male subject, pronounced deceased at 12:02 pm has been identified as Robin McLaurin Williams, a 63-year-old resident of unincorporated Tiburon, CA.

An investigation into the cause, manner, and circumstances of the death is currently underway by the Investigations and Coroner Division s of the Sheriff’s Office. Preliminary information developed during the investigation indicates Mr. Williams was last seen alive at his residence, where he resides with his wife, at approximately 10:00 pm on August 10, 2014. Mr. Williams was located this morning shortly before the 9-1-1 call was placed to Marin County Communications. 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. A forensic examination is currently scheduled for August 12, 2014 with subsequent toxicology testing to be conducted.

His wife Susan Schneider issued the following statement:

“This morning, I lost my husband and my best friend, while the world lost one of its most beloved artists and beautiful human beings. I am utterly heartbroken. On behalf of Robin’s family, we are asking for privacy during our time of profound grief. As he is remembered, it is our hope the focus will not be on Robin’s death, but on the countless moments of joy and laughter he gave to millions.”

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  • ElMarco

    cray

  • Loso_Rocks

    This stings. He made me laugh so many times in my life. Damn.

  • Loso_Rocks

    This stings. He made me laugh so many times in my life. Damn.

  • mattinacan

    what the FUCK, he committed suicide?!

    • Mezmero

      THAT’S THE SAD PART AND NOBODY KNOWS WHY.

      • theseeker7

        well, yes and no. I mean I hadn’t really thought about this before, but considering how we knew his personality was over so many years, I wouldn’t be shocked if he was diagnosed as severe manic depressive a long time ago. That goes right along with the depression, and lots of the more hardcore bi-polar people have attempted suicide.

      • Mezmero

        That’s true. I always saw that look he had like he was forcing himself to be happy and I see that a lot of bi-polar people.

      • Eric H

        He’d only recently been open about suffering from bipolar disorder and his addictions to drugs and alcohol that likely stemmed from him trying to treat/medicate himself to deal with the disorder. Sucks to see him die this way but like many who suffer from mental illness and/or addiction, suicide was always going to be a possible and likely outcome for him.

      • theseeker7

        well, yes and no. I mean I hadn’t really thought about this before, but considering how we knew his personality was over so many years, I wouldn’t be shocked if he was diagnosed as severe manic depressive a long time ago. That goes right along with the depression, and lots of the more hardcore bi-polar people have attempted suicide.

    • John Wayne

      No shit! He has got to be the biggest actor to have died in years. What could have drove him to this?!?! He is one of the most beloved comedians and actors in the world. It was only a few years ago he was in the top three most saught after actors in Hollywood. From Alladin to the Bird Cage to seeing him do stand up. It’s like Eddie Murphy or Jim Carrey passed. It’s a said day on this planet when one of the top comedians of all time has passed.

      • Jiv Boarnstaumb

        DANE COOK IS DEAD?!?!

  • TigerFIST

    Noooooo!!! So sad. R.I.P. Robin Williams

  • http://www.collider.com/ Steve ‘Frosty’ Weintraub

    Goodbye Robin. You made me laugh and cry. I’ll miss you.

  • James

    So sad. R.I.P. Loved him in One Hour Photo.

    • 80sRobot

      Word. It’s one of those movies I liked at the time that many overlooked. Great direction and production design by Mark Romanek.

  • http://www.youtube.com/somejackball somejackball

    saw this on Drudge first.. thought they must of been hacked, but apparently real.. sad deal, still can’t believe it..

  • Dan_K

    I don’t even know what to say. What a loss.

  • Person

    Unbelievably sad to think that someone who brought so much laughter and happiness to others had to battle depression (allegedly) and ultimately took his own life. RIP, he will be missed.

  • Person

    Unbelievably sad to think that someone who brought so much laughter and happiness to others had to battle depression (allegedly) and ultimately took his own life. RIP, he will be missed.

    • alk

      Not allegedly. Fact. Most comedic stars battle depression at some point or another, or nonstop in their life. They use their gift of comedy to counter it. It’s just so unexpected because Robin had so many projects lined up, he was busy on a semi-successful TV show, and his daughter Zelda was growing up before his very eyes. I didn’t think he would want to miss any of that but apparently his torment was too unbearable.
      I just hope he is at peace now and that wherever he is now, he knows how much the world loved him.

      • Person

        I wrote the allegedly before it had been widely confirmed that depression led to his suicide. It’s truly heartbreaking that he’s gone. Tried watching Aladdin last night but I just couldn’t.

  • Jack Dennis

    This is truly sad. RIP Robin Williams.

  • Django9000

    Was just watching his turn as King of the Moon in The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. A truly great loss, who shined even in small roles … so sad.

  • Django9000

    Was just watching his turn as King of the Moon in The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. A truly great loss, who shined even in small roles … so sad.

  • Tyler

    Phenomenal talent.

    I can’t believe that I am living in a world without Robin Williams.

  • cineast4

    One of my favourites when growing up and still was.
    The Fisher King is his best, for me, so underrated.

    Can’t quite believe it…

  • Super_Villain

    I mean no disrespect, but he died so Mrs. Doubtfire 2 will never happen. RIP to a legend and a national treasure.

  • R0yBatty

    This sucks, hope it wasn’t drug related ala Hoffman.

    • Vert Strang

      DUSTIN HOFFMAN IS DEAD TOO?!?!?

      • NICK НΛRT

        phillip seymour

      • LockIce

        You get your news via the comment section?

      • Vert Strang

        YOU MEAN YOU DON’T?!? THIS IS WHERE THE PURE UNFILTERED TRUTH LIVES & BREATHES, MR CHANDELIER LURKER.

  • appolox

    Well. There comes a time when we must all say goodbye. We’ll miss you Robin T^T. Mrs Doubtfire made me laugh and Good Will Hunting made me cry.

  • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

    Just awful. Part of my childhood died along w him. He’ll be missed greatly.

    • Manuel Orozco

      Mine too I’ve been a fan of him since I saw him voice Batty in Ferngully as a baby.

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  • Kaine Morrison

    No disrespect intended as he is one of my favourite Actors, but this isn’t, until proven not a suicide, not a tragic death. What he did is inexcusable and insensitive to not only his fans and people that look up to him as a role model, but also to his family!

    • MJ

      I’ve dealt with this stuff in my family. If you’ve never faced this, it’s easy to be all high and mighty and say crap like this — but, from personal experience, it’s much harder to live and deal with it.

      Maybe you would have been better off just not opening your mouth on this, dude?

      • http://mattedscreen.blogspot.com/ TheMattedScreen

        My thoughts exactly MJ – until you’ve talked to someone on the phone who is actively making that decision and heard that desperation, and listened to them rationalize how the world could be a better place without them alive – no one has the right to condemn someone

      • Kaine Morrison

        I’ve been dealing with Depression for 10 years. I also have a physical disability which only serves to compound the Depression even more.
        I have 2 wonderful children and would never dare to even think about taking my own life and putting them through hell and anguish to satisfy my need to be done with all of the pain i’ve had to and continue to endure.

      • mbmarquis69

        Depression is a mental illness that affects certain people differently. I have had periods of depression in my life but I have also never contemplated suicide. That is not to say, however, that others suffering from depression have the same experience. It’s a tragic and senseless thing when anyone succumbs to their mental illness by taking their own life, but it’s not our place to judge them for it. You should be thankful that your particular kind of depression has never been severe enough to lead to suicidal thoughts. Others aren’t as fortunate.

      • MJ

        Your “I’m OK with my issues so why can’t RW be less selfish” is even more wrong than your first post.

        Just close your mouth now…please!

      • Bud Budowski

        ONLY ten years? Lightweight. Come back here when it hits twenty, then we’ll talk.

      • doctor_robot

        out of line. you have no idea what he was going through. none.

      • MJ

        That’s my whole point, Einstein. He should not have made that comment.

      • Eskay

        You’re a dick. Kaine Morrison was the poster here who had no idea what was going on, and should have shut his pie-hole. Now you need to shut yours.

    • Kyle Chandler

      That is disrespectful. Not just to robin williams, but to anyone suffering from depression. You’ve dealt with depression too, great. Get off your fucking high horse. The man was sick and labeling and blaming him only shames people that might be feeling the same thing into not coming forward.

      tl;dr: fuck you.

    • lord jim

      Sir, you are an asshole with no life experience.

  • Stefan Bonomo

    Phillip Seymour Hoffman. Bob Hoskins. Harold Ramis. Now THIS! I have no words…
    RIP :(

    • Lyonman

      Eli Wallach too… :(

  • Mezmero

    R.I.P ROBIN WILLIAMS

  • Vulcan

    This hurts. Depression is a deadly enemy. Hopefully this can be used to help all those that struggle with it.

  • Vulcan

    This hurts. Depression is a deadly enemy. Hopefully this can be used to help all those that struggle with it.

  • Jamesy

    Seen this on Facebook and thought it was one of those stupid stories then it became apparent it was true. It’s strange when someone in the limelight passes, you don’t know them personally, yet you still feel the loss. It just goes to show how many people he reached with his performances, stand up, his general outgoingness. He seemed like such a lover of life, it’s no secret he battled addiction in it’s various forms, along with depression. And it’s been reported he had recently checked in to rehab to iron himself out, mental illness is no joke, no matter how “normal” or “put together” you seen on the outside, on the inside you’re a little bit fractured, your pieces aren’t put together properly is what it feels like. It’s uneasy and terrifying to think what must go through your mind on a daily basis, to get to the point where ending life is the only option, or the only out to mute the white noise. People say suicide is the cowards way out, in my opinion there’s nothing cowardly about coming to that decision, running through everything in your mind, the effect it will have on family and friends, that can’t be easy. I hope your souls finally at peace, and know that many many people will find joy in your performances, and through that you’ll live on. Sweet dreams Robin.

  • DEADP00L

    This world has totally gone wrong. I can’t stop crying… and I am NOT ashamed to admit it.

    EVERYTHING is just going wrong with the world as a whole. And now we’re in a world without Robin Williams… joy just killed himself.

    I[m sorry! Imcrying again

    • Nick

      You’re either kidding or an idiot. What’s wrong with the world is people like you crying over an actor that you’ve never known and were never going to know. Maybe if you watched the news and cried at every death reported each night it would make some sense but of course you do not. An actor dying, in any situation, is as sad as the actor quitting acting… Because you’ll never see them in a new role again, but acting as if you reserve the right to make it personal or about you is selfish and ridiculous. Everyone loved Robin Williams in his roles, but you never loved the person… You loved a character in a movie. He was major in many childhoods but you’re weeping and saying joy killed himself? You didn’t know this man! It’s stupid self serving, attention desperate shit like this that’s wrong with the world…. Not a man who had what must have been severe issues making a decision that we have no right to weigh in on.

      • chosen1

        hear, hear.

      • DEADP00L

        Congrats youre the first douche Ive added to my ignore list.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        But not the first asshole, this guy’s ignore list is up to frickin’ here with assholes. You’ll be in good company there.

      • DEADP00L

        I needed that laugh dude, thanks.

      • Kyle Chandler

        Just because you don’t know someone personally, doesn’t mean that they can’t have a major impact on your life. Hell, there are fictional characters in books and movies and comics that have shaped me as much as people I know personally in my life. That’s why we tell stories and love storytellers.

        Also, fuck you for telling people what they should and shouldn’t feel. As if feeling a genuine emotion is ever idiotic. You might try it sometime.

      • Nick

        Saying the world is in The tubes because of this is a huge missing piece of the puzzle… That’s first up. And Unless you knew him as something more than an actor, don’t disrespect the situation by making it about how sad you are about something you know nothing about. You have to be a real simpleton not to understand how that is not respectful. I’d say most people adore many characters he portrayed, but anytime a celebrity passes everyone treats it like they’ve personally lost their best friend. All over the web right now people are competing to passive aggressively say they were the biggest fan and that makes THEM more effected by this news. Selfish stupid people who make everything about how it effects them is what needs to be changed about the world buddy. “I’ve been a fan since________” “just rewatched Hook” it’s become a bragging right on the internet, meanwhile his poor family and actual friends are the ones really suffering. And since you took it there, fuck you too

      • Kyle Chandler

        The only one making this about themselves is you. I don’t know what happened to you, dude, but nobody has a monopoly on sadness – not even robin’s family. The guy helped tell stories that made people feel things, you can’t say that is nothing.

        “sad about something you know nothing about”. Someone died that had an impact on your life – that’s enough.

        Weirdos might be competing, but most people with human emotions (read: not sociopaths like yourself) are just trying to express things that they don’t want to keep inside.

      • mattinacan

        loved you in friday night lights

      • Nick

        Well forgive me if I think that anyone literally crying over losing someone they never knew, ever, is just desperate for attention. I think it’s a damn shame when people utilize these sad things to make it about them. You’re right, no one has the monopoly on sadness, and hearing about anyone passing should make people feel sadness unless the person was horrible. This doesn’t excuse the over indulgent BS of people trying to make something like this personal. He was not Peter Pan, or Miss Doubtfire, Patch Adams, the Genie etc. he was a real person with a real family and friends and you people are all morning characters instead of the legacy of probably a great man. Do you not see a difference? Truly?

      • bryan

        We see the difference, but you don’t have the right to tell people what they can feel. Do we overreact to celeb deaths? Of course we do, but you can’t take away the fact that he impacted a lot of our lives.

        And it’s fine if we have an emotional response to his sudden death, you don’t have the right to tell someone how to feel.

        And you don’t have all the answers, that’s your biggest problem.

      • mbmarquis69

        You seem nice.

      • doctor_robot

        ya… you’re an asshole.

      • Bryan

        Leave the basement man, it’s obviously too dark where you are.

      • mattinacan

        asshole alert, asshole alert, asshole alert

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        So you think, for example, Rick Moranis retiring from acting is as sad as Robin Williams committing suicide? Wow. That equation does not compute.

      • Nick

        In regards to how it effects me? You bet your ass. It’s obviously a sad thing. It’s a shame for the people who were actually in his lives. It’s not a shame for you or for me any more than it would be if he were to have retired. I think everyone is having a great time feeling sorry for themselves and acting like they knew him as a person but it’s his family that is truly morning. I’m not saying being shouldn’t have an emotional reaction, it’s plain sad. But people making it about themselves is what is bullshit.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        To say that not knowing someone personally means you can’t mourn them is to subscribe to a very narrow and, if you trust studies on human development, incorrect view of how human personality is shaped. He may have been playing characters every time the average person “met” him, but it was the way he specifically embodied those roles and the subsequent memories he imparted that left an impact that’s more meaningful than were he just a random person. You might not have felt any connection on that level, and that’s fine, but to tell everyone else that they’re feeling sorry for themselves because they feel a sense of loss is absurd. You can legitimately and deeply mourn the loss of something abstract – in this case a presence they associate with childhood/adulthood memories of joy.

        This is not people making his death about themselves, it’s them doing what any person who loses anyone does: mourning the loss of someone they valued on one level or another. Might his family and friends have a more profound sense of loss, sure, but that doesn’t delegitimize the loss for those who knew him for his work.

      • Nick

        Losing someone requires having them. Other than that I agree for the most part. Maybe I’m assuming but telling the internet how much you’re crying is different then the normal emotional response. That’s attention seeking in my opinion and trying to draw attention to yourself instead of actually mourning is my problem. Never said people shouldn’t have an emotional response..it’s the extent of that response that I’m questioning.

      • Sick

        Clearly you’re a troll, if not you’re a moron.

        Try telling someone in 1963 that they couldn’t have an emotional response because they didn’t know John F. Kennedy.

        You’re obviously a sad person, who thinks they’re above anyone who is willing to admit that they had an attachment to a person. Even if it was just to their body of work, or a single character.

      • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

        As a public figure, Robin Williams was had by the public. His comedy and acting was a shared experience possessed by all who saw his work. That is something they HAVE in common. There are emotions and memories people possess that they associate with his work, and while that remains, the hope that they’ll get to enjoy more work from him for years to come is gone. It’s lost. Finally, who are you to gauge what a normal emotional response is based on each individual’s sense of attachment to Mr. Williams’s work? You have no business deciding that.

        You’re not as sad as other people about this. Fine, move on, and leave everyone else to continue mourning.

      • Nick

        Oooh give it a rest. You didn’t know the man. No one commenting here did. Stop competing as his number one fan now that he’s gone and leave the tears and focus the attention, prayers and positive wishes for the friends and family, not you people seeking tragedy so you can justify your own sadness in other aspects of life. I’m over this, i know speaking rationally and intelligently is a minority view so I’ll leave to you butt heads to keep pittying yourselves over this. Your view is also to say that if a cartoon character died it would have the same emotional weight to you, because the character effected you. Too bad none of you begging for attention are focused on the real person who passed away.

      • M&M

        No, fnckw@d. We loved the comedian/actor who shared his genius with the world. And through every brilliant performance, he became more identifiable, more familiar and more endearing to us all. And despite the truth you state that none of us ever did, or even ever would, have known him on a personal level that doesn’t negate the truth that some of us are experiencing a sense of loss right now.
        Go F yourself, Nick.

  • DEADP00L

    This world has totally gone wrong. I can’t stop crying… and I am NOT ashamed to admit it.

    EVERYTHING is just going wrong with the world as a whole. And now we’re in a world without Robin Williams… joy just killed himself.

    I[m sorry! Imcrying again

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  • http://mattedscreen.blogspot.com/ TheMattedScreen

    Always a favorite in my household since I was small and saw “Good Morning, Vietnam” way, way too young to get most of the jokes. Goodwill Hunting, Dead Poets Society, The World According to Garp, The Birdcage – there are just too many to list – so I’ll do the honorable thing and start watching them and laughing. Gotta figure that’s how he’d want to be remembered.

  • Flash

    this is just a dream
    it’s not true
    wake up!
    wake up!

  • Flash

    this is just a dream
    it’s not true
    wake up!
    wake up!

  • huey

    So, so fucking sad to read this :(

  • huey

    So, so fucking sad to read this :(

  • nico

    OMG! As coincidence would have it, I just picked up the bluray of the birdcage and watched it last night. Damn! I was just thinking how good he was. What a shame. I’ll miss his work.

    • Vulcan

      I watched Good Will Hunting last night, and thought about how good he was.

  • MJ

    RIP RW.

    For us older folks here, this one really hurts.

  • DEADP00L

    Out of all the ^%$£”!!! in Hollywood – it had to be the one guy that brought joy to GENERATIONS!

    I’m angry but I’m ballin my eyes out at the same time. This world has gone so wrong.

  • jay

    RIP to one of the greats. loved him

  • sense

    :(

  • too soon

    He must have finished reading the Mrs. Doughtfire 2 script.

    • Clay

      If you’re going to be a complete and utter douchebag in a public forum, you could at least spell the movie right.

    • Rock

      Please God !! return Robin and take this asshole, please!!

  • http://www.JustPressPlay.net Lex Walker

    Oh Captain, my captain…has never been more sadly relevant. RIP

    O Captain! My Captain!
    BY WALT WHITMAN

    O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done,
    The ship has weather’d every rack, the prize we sought is won,
    The port is near, the bells I hear, the people all exulting,
    While follow eyes the steady keel, the vessel grim and daring;
    But O heart! heart! heart!
    O the bleeding drops of red,
    Where on the deck my Captain lies,
    Fallen cold and dead.

    O Captain! my Captain! rise up and hear the bells;
    Rise up—for you the flag is flung—for you the bugle trills,
    For you bouquets and ribbon’d wreaths—for you the shores a-crowding,
    For you they call, the swaying mass, their eager faces turning;
    Here Captain! dear father!
    The arm beneath your head!
    It is some dream that on the deck,
    You’ve fallen cold and dead.

    My Captain does not answer, his lips are pale and still,
    My father does not feel my arm, he has no pulse nor will,
    The ship is anchor’d safe and sound, its voyage closed and done,
    From fearful trip the victor ship comes in with object won;
    Exult O shores, and ring O bells!
    But I with mournful tread,
    Walk the deck my Captain lies,
    Fallen cold and dead.

  • Dan

    Robin was one of those rare talents, a fantastic comic and a truly phenomenal actor. His performance in Good Will Hunting is one of my favorites of all time. Will miss him dearly.

  • MIXTER

    Terrible news! Feels like one of my family, he’s been on my tv screens for nearly 40 years! Mork & Mindy, Popeye, Mrs Doubtfire, Fisher King, Good morning vietnam, All his stand up… list goes on! RIP!

  • Aaron Shore

    This is so painful….RIP Robin Williams. It hurts, that he committed suicide when he had so much to live for.

  • M&M

    May you find peace, Mr. Williams.
    You shall be missed.

  • Basil Nolan

    NO! This can’t be real!
    He was the image of almost every good and positive film I watched when I was a little boy. And Dead Poets Society is awesome.
    RIP Mr. Williams. We’ll miss you dearly.

  • Hunter

    Seriously a tragic loss today. So many memories growing up that include watching his films. I will never forget the man who stemmed my obsession with genies as kid. Mrs. Doubtfire was another one I loved and always made me feel more comfortable about being in a divorced family when I was little. Nor will I forget the countless times my mom would get mad at me for going through a phase where I would only rent Jack over and over from blockbuster for the longest time. Thanks for the memories and I hope he is finally at peace.

  • Marissa Evans

    Okay, THAT came as quite a shock. Right up there with the news of Paul Walker’s death.
    Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to watch his old stand-up.

  • GrimReaper07

    I’ve got no words.

  • Marcos Mika

    mais um que morre gozando.

  • JediGrandmaster

    Man robin williams is gone . The first thing that came up in my mind was jumanji , maybe not one of his best , but one of the most beloved movies of my childhood . This is a sad day

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    The Legend of Сinematography

  • Doug_101

    Was at the Fathom Events screening of The Giver last night, which included the red carpet arrivals hosted by Ben Lyons. That’s when I found out about Mr. Williams’ untimely passing. Jeff Bridges came up to be interviewed by Lyons and became really emotional, talking about the loss of his friend and colleague. It was very touching. Then, Lyons tried to talk about Bridges’ emotions and tie it back to The Giver to get the show back on track or something. I know Lyons was only doing his job, but he came off as a completely insensitive prick and a douche. F that guy.
    RIP Robin Williams.

  • Alboone

    There are a handful of great performances this artist has given us, but I don’t know if I’ve ever seen anything as deep and I mean cut to the bone deep in what he did in Worlds Greatest Dad. There is something about that movie and the performance he gives that to me is alternately hilarious and just knee wobbling heartbreaking. I know this guy has a resume that just shines with gold — Mork and Mindy, Moscow on the Hudson, Popeye, Garp, Aladdin, Good Morning Vietnam, Dead Poets Society, Awakenings…but in all seriousness if anyone on this post has not seen Worlds Greatest Dad and you are a Williams fan you really owe it to yourself to see the brilliance of what this artist truly possessed, he is so understated he makes it all look easy. It’s the kind of movie that reminds me why I love movies in the first place, and most importantly you get something out of it. RIP Captain.

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        Really Patricia? Read the room, I mean come on.

  • Muhammad Alif B As’shaari

    A bucket of wind… you will be missed…

  • Muhammad Alif B As’shaari

    A bucket of wind… you will be missed…

  • Commentscunt

    Enough about this guy – what about me, me, me, me, me?

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