...at age 65.
...at age 65.
Barack Obama: Over-par on the golf course, sub-par everywhere else.
Just saw this on Fox news. Really sad . He was a funny man, he'll be missed.
Yakety Yak, Don't Smoke Crack.
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"If you donít need a God fine but if you need a God, Iíll nose him out, ten lengths every time. . . . Whatís your sky God ever done? . . . The only happiness youíve found is when youíve come to this earth God!"
RIP to a very funny and great man
I'll smoke one in his memoryYakety Yak, Don't Smoke Crack.
RIP, saw this on global tv and they made a short clip about him. he was funny.
He's my favorite comedian of all time.
Silly bitch, your weapons cannot harm me. Don't you know who I am? I'm the Juggernaut, Bitchhhh!
Flies Like An Arrow, Flies Like An Apple
He is without a doubt, irreplaceable.
Btw, how old is Gene Wilder these days? He's gotta be up there by now. I was thinking maybe he was in poor health as well since I haven't seen him in like ten years.
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he seems to be doing okay. saw him on tv earlier this year peddling his autobiography. apparently he's ready to do some shit-talkin' now, too. about gilda and about richard pryor. neither could be bothered to respond at the time of publishing, due to one being dead and the other deathly ill.Originally Posted by Skizo
you can prolly find plenty of positive reviews of his book on the net, so here's a negative review: http://www.usatoday.com/life/books/r...r-wilder_x.htm just 'cause. the dissenting opinion's often the more interesting one.
not that i don't enjoy gene's work. willy wonka, the producers, young frankenstein, etc. gene's great. it's just... man... celebs and their "issues."
RIP Richard Pryor.
Did you realise he was one of the main writers for Blazing Saddles? My favourite comedy film.