Category Archives: Grief

Fifteen Years

Fifteen years ago, Prime’s brother lost his battle with cancer. This is something I cobbled together on a previous blog; it’s some random thoughts about everything. Just walked back from the post office. Doesn’t sound so bad, but the temperature … Continue reading

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In His Hand

Over the weekend, the news broke that David Prowse had died. He was the man we saw as Darth Vader, the tall, intimidating Sith Lord in all black. I could wax nostalgic about how much his work meant to me … Continue reading

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Fuck This Year. I’m Out.

Kirby Morrow has died. He was the voice of Rad in Transformers: Armada and the dub voice of Miroku in Inyasha, as well as Cyclops on X-Men Evolution. He was 47. I can’t even with this year. Just when things … Continue reading

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Screw This Year

Fuck this year. Seriously, fuck it in its face: We’ve lost Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This year can fuck right off into infinity. Then it can keep fucking off. Then when it gets to a fence with a sign that says … Continue reading

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For Our King

He will always be our king. #WakandaForever

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(Insert Title Here… I Don’t Know And I Don’t Care)

I need this in my life right now. Believe me. I’ve been staying the hell off of Facebook today; I’m not in the mood. Especially after reading this post on Dispatches from the Culture Wars. Ed Brayton has gone into hospice. … Continue reading

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Letters to Sammy: Year Two

Dear Sammy, It’s officially been two years since I had to make that decision. It doesn’t feel like that long ago, yet it feels like a lifetime ago. It’s still tough. I still miss you. Your dad misses you too. … Continue reading

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On This Day

Among them was George Takei. Remember this day so we do not let it happen again.

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“I’ve heard all I wanna hear today”

When I got to work early Wednesday, nothing seemed out of the ordinary. Although the warehouse was quieter than usual, I didn’t think much of it. In the break room, there were boxes of Kleenex on the tables; that was … Continue reading

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His Way

René Auberjonois has died. His name may not seem familiar; he did voice work in Challenge of the Gobots and had a recurring role on Benson. He was a cast member of the original 1970s movie M.A.S.H. But he was … Continue reading

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