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Cami. JeffBuckleyForever / @CamiJoan
A 23 year old music loving, adventure finder. Welcome to my life.

Lost my Frank a year ago, today. Miss you little one. ❤️ View high resolution

Lost my Frank a year ago, today. Miss you little one. ❤️

Oficially looking at the face of a college graduate, pretty proud of myself! 🎓 View high resolution

Oficially looking at the face of a college graduate, pretty proud of myself! 🎓

Poor Robin Williams, briefly enduring that lonely moment of morbid certainty where it didn’t matter how funny he was or who loved him or how many lachrymose obituaries would be written. I feel bad now that I was unduly and unbefittingly snooty about that handful of his films that were adjudged unsophisticated and sentimental. He obviously dealt with a pain that was impossible to render and ultimately insurmountable, the sentimentality perhaps an accompaniment to his childlike brilliance…

…Robin Williams could have tapped anyone in the western world on the shoulder and told them he felt down and they would have told him not to worry, that he was great, that they loved him. He must have known that. He must have known his wife and kids loved him, that his mates all thought he was great, that millions of strangers the world over held him in their hearts, a hilarious stranger that we could rely on to anarchically interrupt, the all-encompassing sadness of the world. Today Robin Williams is part of the sad narrative that we used to turn to him to disrupt.
— Russell Brand

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"The brightest light has gone out."
R.I.P. Robin Williams. (July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014)

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