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I may be very drunk right now, I may have drinken 12 drinks (damn you everclear! but I am putting up this post to pay homage to a legend. Rodney Dangerfield, a comedic genius, has died tonight at the age of 82. I won't make any bones about it: his death brought tears to my eyes. What he contributed to modern comedy can never be dismissed. He was an icon whose classic remark: "I can't get no respect..." drew laughter out of the most somber people. He was a funny man who did funny things. It will be a sad Wednesday as we mourn a man who made us laugh and not feel so bad about our current dilemnas. I pray that Dangerfield has finally found the satisfaction that he so desperatley sought. I salute you, Dangerfield. You truly were a brilliant comedian.
"I was so poor growing up, if I wasn't born a boy I'd have had nothing to play with."
â€œCry â€˜Havocâ€™ and let slip the dogs of war!â€? - Julius Caesar, Act III, Scene I
He will be missed.
One of my favorite lines from him was in the movie 'Back to School'.....
"Hey bartender! Bring us a pitcher of beer every 5 minutes until one of us passes out!! Then bring them every 10 minutes!!
Words to live by!
See ya later Rodney, you always had my respect!
WHAT!??! NOOOOOOOOO!!!!! WHY GOD WHY!! TAKE ME!! NOT RODNEY!
man, i choked on my coffee when i read that, thanks for ruining my morning which is now full of mourning.............................................
Take my words with a grain of salt, i am not the tactical genius i think i am!
*picks up a bagpipe and starts playing amazing grace*
You will be missed, I'm having a beer for him tonight.
You can't move the furniture anymore
And I'm not gonna trip and fall
Going for the door
Fuzz - Helen Keller
I thought he was really funny as a kid. RIP Rodney D.
For if one gave, he dared assert
He knew that man was repentant
For many a man is so hard of heart
He cannot weep even though he suffers sorely