Will It Ever Be Time to Joke About Robin Williams?

Some comics DON’T think that it’s too soon to joke about Robin. Really?

Hours after Williams’ death, British comic Richard Herring tweeted a joke about his suicide sparking a backlash.  After all of Herring’s gigs were cancelled, he later apologized, tweeting that he was “trying to find laughter in tragedy.” But few were laughing...

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  2. I would like readers to go through my article- " Reading suicide in the birth chart of actor Robin Williams" - scheduled for publication in the Fall Issue of The Astrologer's Notebook from North Port, Florida by Joseph Polansky. The quarterly issue is likely to be in the market by the end of September this year. Applying Vedic astrology, this writer has examined the aspect of actor Robin's suspected suicide and concluded : Yes, the operative planets in the month of August this year has confirmed the accuracy of general belief that actor Robin Williams died of suicide. I wish you all to enjoy reading my analysis of the birth chart of actor Robin limited to the point of suicide. I can be reached via kushal1948@gmail.com

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Judy Carter blogs on comedy, storytelling and public speaking techniques, using personal stories and her adventures as a stand-up comic turned motivational public speaker. Her weekly blogs are read by fans of her books, “The Comedy Bible” (Simon and Schuster) and “The Message of You” (St. Martin’s Press), which include comics, speakers, and entrepreneurs. She is also known for teaching the value of humor and storytelling to businesses as a leadership and stress reduction tool.