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tragedy drives much in stand-up comedy. one of the common answers given a few years ago on the 100 best comedians special (i cannot remember which channel) as to why they chose comedy as their career choice and the answer resoundingly was that a sad upbringing had much to do with it.i could never do comedy, seeing as how serious i am most of the time.
I've always said there can be much truth in humor... but sometimes humor is just a result of trying to calm nerves. I joke when I want to break the ice, but that's just me. As for you, funny nanc... where is that sarcasm button when you need it ;-)
always said when something like this happens...but surprising..?..sadly ..NO...may he rest in peace.
Hi cube, it's been awhile.Yea that was a shocker,butyou never know the tearsof a clown.
woman: Suicide is always hard to understand. Why would anyone do it?michele: Hi. Nice to hear from you.Tears of a clown... well put.
comics almost always are manic personalities - extreme highs and lows. It's so sad that they bring happiness to others and are so unsatisfied in their own livesI hope he's found peace.(*)>
Wow. To me, it is unfathomable to purposefully kill oneself. What a waste.
What a shock! I had not heard. From the outside we look at these wealthy talented actors and commedians and assume they are well and happy. It is shocking to find out how many are not.I am sorry to hear this news.
brooke: I can't imagine shooting myself in the face or anywhere else for that matter. *shudder*raggedy: Wealth & fame don't always bring happiness.
Sometimes the dawn of another tomorrow is too harrowing to endure.For the families left behind the unbearable pain is endured for the rest of their lives.Suicide is very different to live with than other deaths. It’s the death that keeps on giving.
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