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St. Paul native, Emmy winner Louie Anderson dead at 68​

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Louie Anderson, an actor and comedian who starred in 'Baskets' and as 'Family Feud' host, has died at age 68.
As 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS previously reported this week, the St. Paul native was being treated for cancer in a Las Vegas hospital, according to his longtime publicist Glenn Schwartz.
Schwartz said Anderson, who had been diagnosed with a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, died Friday in Las Vegas.
He won a 2016 Emmy for best-supporting actor for his unlikely role in the comedy "Baskets" as Christine Baskets, mom to twin sons played by Zach Galifianakis. Anderson received three consecutive Emmy nods for his performance.
 

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Nutz, today is off to a rotten start.
 

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Rip Mr. Loaf

I always thought Meatloaf a poor substitute for Bachman Turner Overdrive
 

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I don't always listen to Meatloaf's Bat out of Hell.
But when I do, so do the neighbors.



RIP brother, I still listen to and thoroughly enjoy your masterpiece to this day........
 

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Too soon?

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I don't always listen to Meatloaf's Bat out of Hell.
But when I do, so do the neighbors.



RIP brother, I still listen to and thoroughly enjoy your masterpiece to this day........
The Phil Rizzuto clip is the best part. "Holy Cow!!" :D o_O:rotf:
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MEAT LOAFDEAD AT 74 FROM COVID​

 

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Jeremy, 68, pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of sexual assault, including a dozen counts of forcible rape, at a surprise arraignment August 25th, a week after a Los Angeles County grand jury secretly indicted him in the criminal case previously charged by complaint.Oct 12, 2021. His case starts in Feb 2022
 

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Ron Jeremy is a sleaze of the lowest order
 

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Ron Jeremy can suck his own dick. That's he got into the porn industry.
 

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John Stamos' Guide To Cuddling​

 

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Very sad. Why kill yourself? We’re all going to die eventually, anyway. Tough it out. It might get better.
 

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Very sad. Why kill yourself? We’re all going to die eventually, anyway. Tough it out. It might get better.
Suicide is always tough to imagine for anyone who is of healthy body and mind. Deciding to pull the trigger is a huge deal. But the thought of carrying on living with their internal demons- whatever they are- must seem to them like a bigger deal. They obviously see it as the only way out whether it is or not. And no one who is not in that frame of mind can possibly imagine the personal hell that the suicidal person is experiencing by continuing to be alive.

But do try if you can, to imagine their horror at the prospect of a long life with no way to end the madness. At least humans are capable of putting an end to it. I cannot imagine how bad it must seem, and I hope to never be able to.

RIP
 

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Suicide is always tough to imagine for anyone who is of healthy body and mind. Deciding to pull the trigger is a huge deal. But the thought of carrying on living with their internal demons- whatever they are- must seem to them like a bigger deal. They obviously see it as the only way out whether it is or not. And no one who is not in that frame of mind can possibly imagine the personal hell that the suicidal person is experiencing by continuing to be alive.

But do try if you can, to imagine their horror at the prospect of a long life with no way to end the madness. At least humans are capable of putting an end to it. I cannot imagine how bad it must seem, and I hope to never be able to.

RIP
Thoughtful answer. Sometimes my buddy would be OK, sometimes the PTSD landed like a giant snake. One time too many for him to go on.
 

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always think of this when I read of that


"Suicide Is Painless"
(from "M*A*S*H" soundtrack)

Through early morning fog I see
Visions of the things to be
The pains that are withheld for me
I realize and I can see

That suicide is painless
It brings on many changes
And I can take or leave it if I please

That game of life is hard to play
I'm gonna lose it anyway
The losing card I'll someday lay
So this is all I have to say

Suicide is painless
It brings on many changes
And I can take or leave it if I please

The sword of time will pierce our skin
It doesn't hurt when it begins
But as it works its way on in
The pain grows stronger, watch it grin

Suicide is painless
It brings on many changes
And I can take or leave it if I please

A brave man once requested me
To answer questions that are key
"Is it to be or not to be?"
And I replied, "Oh, why ask me?"

Suicide is painless
It brings on many changes
And I can take or leave it if I...

Suicide is painless
It brings on many changes
And I can take or leave it if I please

Suicide is painless
It brings on many changes
And you can do the same thing if you please

 

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Suicide is always tough to imagine for anyone who is of healthy body and mind. Deciding to pull the trigger is a huge deal. But the thought of carrying on living with their internal demons- whatever they are- must seem to them like a bigger deal. They obviously see it as the only way out whether it is or not. And no one who is not in that frame of mind can possibly imagine the personal hell that the suicidal person is experiencing by continuing to be alive.

But do try if you can, to imagine their horror at the prospect of a long life with no way to end the madness. At least humans are capable of putting an end to it. I cannot imagine how bad it must seem, and I hope to never be able to.

RIP
Not to sound flippant about it, but I’ve been there and done that, so I know what I’m talking about. From a really young age, too. The demons are soul crushing depression and psychological oppression and even more than that hanging over your being that is inexplicable, as far as origin is concerned. These things hanging on for years and years.

The key is having in your mind, at all times, that someday it might end, even if you don’t know how or when. Things might get better, someday, somehow. It took many years, but it did get better and as I said, we all die in the end, anyway, so why hasten it? Be tougher than the demon bastards harassing you.
 

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I’ve lost people this way. It’s too hard for me to understand so I’ll just accept I can’t know how they thought.

I'm not predisposed but if I was, I know I’d struggle with what it would do to those left behind

hard also to not think about just laying on the beach in the Bahamas with a few tropical drinks because I could always take that step later (or hookers and blow in Vegas if that suits you better)
 

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I’ve lost people this way. It’s too hard for me to understand so I’ll just accept I can’t know how they thought.

I'm not predisposed but if I was, I know I’d struggle with what it would do to those left behind

hard also to not think about just laying on the beach in the Bahamas with a few tropical drinks because I could always take that step later (or hookers and blow in Vegas if that suits you better)

Why not hookers and blow in the Bahamas?

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Washington State trooper, Robert LaMay who refused to submit to the state's 'vaccine' mandate, then resigned spectacularly by videoing himself radioing headquarters and telling governor Jay Inslee to kiss his ass, has died. He was 51.

They're saying it was the Covid.
 

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Washington State trooper, Robert LaMay who refused to submit to the state's 'vaccine' mandate, then resigned spectacularly by videoing himself radioing headquarters and telling governor Jay Inslee to kiss his ass, has died. He was 51.

They're saying it was the Covid.
BULLSCHIFF ! :totally steamed:
 

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Very sad. Why kill yourself? We’re all going to die eventually, anyway. Tough it out. It might get better.
My Uncle Walt (really) had terminal throat cancer at 84. The day before, he had a talk with his doctor.
He had a morning cup of coffee with my aunt she was my mother's sister. Then excused himself to go for a walk, she said he had tears in his eyes.
He walked to a vacant lot 3 blocks away and put a 9mm thru his throat.
I knew him well & I think he was being considerate of my aunt. In his thinking & I cannot disagree, he was saving her grief & medical expenses.
Uncle Walt was a very thoughtful person.
So, there can be circumstances where it is understandable.