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  • #46
    What’s crazy is IMDB has nine movies he’s done since 2016, which is when he was first diagnosed, four of those being Marvel movies, which I imagine is a pretty rigorous shooting schedule given the scope of most of those movies. Doing all that and dealing with cancer... wow.

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    • #47
      Lost Sean Connery recently along with Alex Trebek today. 2020 can suck it.

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      • #48
        I was thinking about Screech today and what a complicated, short life he had. And came across his tna stint. He was actually pretty talented. I think having all the talent he did, and not having the platform must have weighed heavy on him. RIP saved by heavens bells .

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        • #49
          Norm Macdonald past away. What a freaking amazing person. One of the funniest most original comedians I ever saw.

          Sucks.
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          • #50
            Sitting here watching him roast Bob Saget. People, maybe rightfully so, like to say the balls on him to do that set no matter how it went over. I think it's deeper than that. We live in a world that overemphasizes audience. The craft came first with this man. The audience could catch up, learn something, or get left behind, but his commitment to his craft was going to be what it was regardless. He's one of the most profound losses to me in my lifetime. A celebrity who would suffer nine years and not reveal it, for better or worse, is at least different than the masses. I feel like the unique ones are so few that when they die, it would be like losing tens of thousands of the ones who simply echo everybody else. RIP Norm.
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            • #51
              Yeah, one of the greats for sure.

              Rip Norm.

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              • #52
                One of the best things I heard from Norm in his battel with cancer was (and I am paraphrasing):

                When you die from cancer, the cancer dies as well. So the battle is: Cancer 1, Norm 1...so it's a Draw.

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                • #53
                  I think what I liked most about Norm was the way he told a joke. I loved watching clips of him on the late shows. He was great with Letterman and Obrian.

                  here’s an example

                  https://youtu.be/JIMq4afb1wM
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