Long Awkward Pause Celebrates Robin Williams

Robin Williams touched so many with his immense talent and generous spirit. He will be missed. Come celebrate his life with Long Awkward Pause.

There is no doubt your Facebook/Twitter feeds are currently full of pictures of Mrs. Doubtfire as well as Aladdin and that hilarious genie sharing a heartfelt hug.


No secret as of today, Robin Williams is dead. Social media is mourning, the only way Social media can. That’s by sharing animated gifs, frowny emoticons, and pictures of nature with inspirational quotes written in squiggly fonts.

Our favorite comment that ran across the Long Awkward Pause Facebook feed was: “Hey guess what? Other people died today too.”

Those other people did not touch as  many lives as Robin Williams did. They did not make millions of people laugh like Robin Williams did. And they probably were not as hairy as Robin Williams was…

Sadly, despite this day and age of laser hair removal, when a celebrity dies you will learn all the short comings of said celebrity. There will also be no doubt that you…

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11 thoughts on “Long Awkward Pause Celebrates Robin Williams

  1. The shock hasn’t worn off yet, Amy. I remember first watching Robin Williams in Popeye The Sailor Man when I was just a little kid. I’ve been a fan ever since.


    1. Well, I’d say yes and no to this, Mark. On the one hand, I’m sure my death will never create all this fanfare. I’m 100% positive of that! On the other hand, we all die alone. It’s just a fact of life.


    1. I think most people are focusing on that. I ignore the media as much as I can. I started watching the news again on TV and hated it, Frank! I don’t miss it. I love all the stories that are coming up that talk about what a great person he was and how much he truly cared about people.


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