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    Fuck! Now they've taken Alan Rickman from us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    The interesting aspect of the study, to me, is not that extrovert traits help in yor career but that people from higher income families also score higher on those traits from a start.
    I was surprised to find that, too. I can't really think of any good reason for that. Ti speculation is failing me here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    By Grabthar's hammer... by the sons of Warvan... you shall be avenged.

    Alan Rickman, giant of British screen and stage, dies at 69 | Film | The Guardian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anaximander View Post
    Yeah, lots of sad news this while, Lemmy, Bowie, Rickman, its like the UK got hit by a cloud of cancer causing chemicals.
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    I wonder if The Internship had any basis what so ever in fact and I still wonder who that movie was made for.

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    Friend changed his schedule and now he isn't coming to the pulmageddon anymore. I was looking forward to it all week. Suddenly I'm not very excited anymore. Now I'm just sad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Yeah, lots of sad news this while, Lemmy, Bowie, Rickman, its like the UK got hit by a cloud of cancer causing chemicals.
    Bowie has hit me hard.

    Lemmy was more of a general bummer for me but I realize he had legions of fans who are shattered over his death and they have my condolences, whatever that's worth.

    Rickman was fucking brilliant. I always forget I'm watching Alan Rickman because he disappears into his characters. I can only say that about a few other actors (Gary Oldman, Daniel Day-Lewis, Marlon Brando). I just read an interesting article/obit. noting how much his performance as Hans Gruber was copied and aped by other actors in similar action thrillers in the late 80s and early to mid 90s. I hadn't noticed that before, but it's apparent if you watch a film like, say, Passenger 57. He certainly left his mark on cinema.

    None of these guys were particularly old either. It's also hit home because I have a father of 62 who is a lifelong smoker, so I think it's possibly caused a lot of anxiety in me that I'm only today realizing why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anaximander View Post
    Fuck! Now they've taken Alan Rickman from us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anaximander View Post
    Bowie has hit me hard.

    Lemmy was more of a general bummer for me but I realize he had legions of fans who are shattered over his death and they have my condolences, whatever that's worth.

    Rickman was fucking brilliant. I always forget I'm watching Alan Rickman because he disappears into his characters. I can only say that about a few other actors (Gary Oldman, Daniel Day-Lewis, Marlon Brando). I just read an interesting article/obit. noting how much his performance as Hans Gruber was copied and aped by other actors in similar action thrillers in the late 80s and early to mid 90s. I hadn't noticed that before, but it's apparent if you watch a film like, say, Passenger 57. He certainly left his mark on cinema.

    None of these guys were particularly old either. It's also hit home because I have a father of 62 who is a lifelong smoker, so I think it's possibly caused a lot of anxiety in me that I'm only today realizing why.
    I'm a fan of Bowie, I only really know Lemmy for that one song but both of those demises didnt hit like Rickman, I was so, so sure I had to be being trolled when I heard that, then when I heard that he was the same ages as Bowie and died of Cancer too I was shocked, I thought, what the hell, none of these guys are that old and it made me think about a lot of family and friends I've been worried about for a while and I'm not well myself either.

    Its been a bad couple of weeks but death and taxes. More or less.
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