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Damn. A terrible loss.  



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Dee wrote:

Damn. A terrible loss.  


Suicide is painless. But not for those you leave behind.

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I had at least 30 of his shows on my dvr. I deleted them today, can't bear to watch them anymore.

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I had at least 30 of his shows on my dvr. I deleted them today, can't bear to watch them anymore.


 That's How I feel about Robin Williams work.



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Good grief, he was only 61.

Kate Spade was only 55.  (I never knew David Spade was her brother-in-law until I read about her death.)



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It's always sad when someone takes their own life.
Watched his show maybe two or three times.
Didn't care for it very much. I'm not a foodie guy.
Don't want to hear about it, talk about it, or read about it.
All I want to do is see food and eat it. And so...I do.

Charlie


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I loved watching cooking shows almost since we moved up here from Daytona in 1978 and had a t.v. antenna big enough to pull in the Gainesville PBS station (it could be iffy, but most of the time we got pretty clear reception).  A few years after that, the Jacksonville PBS station started running cooking shows, yay!  PBS was my only source for cooking shows for a long time, until High-Def came along (I think).

I became a fan of a lot of chefs.  Of course, the attraction of the shows was watching someone else do the cooking.  I haven't watched t.v. much at all in probably 7 years, except for what Eddie may have tuned in from mid-afternoon on while he's resting from his morning efforts out and about our yard and damned near everyone else's, and I happen to be shuffling mail and paperwork on the back living room sofa.

As everyone's read already, after he retired in 2007, he began taking over the cooking.  I resented it for a bit, but not for very long.



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