Monthly Archives: January, 2015

CONRTOVERSIAL TOPICS AND SELF SUPPRESSION

A fan of Robin’s who shall remain nameless posted photos of trans gendered people on facebook as a way of showing her support for these people. I decided it was best for me to unfriend and block her after I made a comment under the photos that I think trans genderism is sick. I know this is a blog in memory of Robin Williams but I want to post this before the damage is done. I don’t hate anyone. How can I hate people for who they are when I don’t even know them? I’m tired of suppressing myself when it comes to controversial topics like gay marriage and trans gendered people. I think it’s disgusting when little boys and men become somehow confused by their gender and decide to want to be a girl and be called a girl. I feel the same way about girls who somehow think they’re boys or women who think they’re men. Sorry of this offends anyone. No wonder kids today think gay marriage and trans genderism are okay. The media and the culture are pushing it and forcing it on kids. You can’t watch a movie or TV show without two gay people making out or some transgendered person on a talk show like The View.

Unwanted opinions and mental health…

I hope Robin didn’t read all the nasty remarks people posted about him in his final hours. I thought you would like this.

My Biggest Regret

My biggest regret is not having been able to see many of Robin’s movies when they came out in theaters. I always thought we would have him with us for a little longer. I regret I had not been much of a fan of his for several years because I became more interested in other people. Sadly, some of the other people I became interested in ended up dissing me and blocking me from their facebook page for no reason at all and one of them reported my page I used to have for him to facebook. I wasted my time on those guys when I should have given all my time to Robin.

How did you first discover Robin Williams?

How did you first discover Robin? When did you become a fan of his? I first saw him on Happy Days and I fell in love with him instantly. It was love at first laugh. I was only 7 at the time and I was hoping he would get his own show. Low and behold, Mork and Mindy premiered in September of 1978. I’ve been a fan of his ever since then. I wish I could have been there for him during his worst times. I love him so much.

The One Thing Robin Williams Never Did That Julian Lennon And Grant Wilson Did To Me

There’s one thing Julian Lennon and Grant Wilson did to me that Robin Williams never did to me. Julian and Grant both blocked me from posting on their pages on facebook without explaination for no reason at all. For those of you who don’t know, Julian is John Lennon’s oldest son from his first marriage. He’s a musician, singer, songwriter and philanthropist in his own right. Grant use to be on a show on syfy called Ghost Hunters. He left the show in 2012 after 8 seasons on the show to spend more time with his family. He’s currently a graphic designer and the main artist with a board game company called Rather Dashing Games. I used to have a blog about Grant as well as a page for him on facebook which I recently deleted since I don’t like him anymore. I’m just not a gamer. Besides, one of his fans told me once they were at one the ghost hunting event and Grant was there. They said he said something that wasn’t very nice about the people who were supposed to be his fans. I don’t really follow him anymore anyway. Robin Williams never blocked me from facebook or twitter. Since his passing, I have read only wonderful things about him from the people who know him. I always looked forward to his tweets even though he didn’t tweet much. His sweetness makes me love him even more. So does his honesty. I know he’s deeply loved and missed.