This is my own little blog devoted to Star Wars, Princess Leia, Carrie Fisher, Carrie and Paul Simon's "crazy love" (Paul's term), cats, and various other things.

My user name is a deliberate misspelling of "triskadekaphile," which is someone who likes the number 13 (aka the opposite of a triskadekaphobe, which is someone who fears it). I personally think "trikadekaphile" sounds better. So THERE.

 

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Science Penguin [x]

i enjoy that every single human’s reaction to penguin is unrestrained delight

And penguins lack large terrestrial predators, so their reaction to humans tends to be, “HELLO STRANGE GIANT PENGUINS, WHAT ARE YOU DOING? DO YOU HAVE ANY FISH?”

harrisonfordisperfect:

"We will miss Robin Williams very much, he was a real mench. This photo I took of the kids during Paul Allen’s birthday party on a cruise to Alaska. I think it shows a side of Robin most people have never seen." Debbie Reynolds

harrisonfordisperfect:

"We will miss Robin Williams very much, he was a real mench. This photo I took of the kids during Paul Allen’s birthday party on a cruise to Alaska. I think it shows a side of Robin most people have never seen." Debbie Reynolds

A great (and overlooked) Robin Williams performance, in 1991’s “Dead Again.”

Carrie talks about Robin Williams in an article in The Hollywood Reporter

Following a performance of her one-woman show, Wishful Drinking, a few years back, Carrie Fisher was surprised to see one of her longtime friends show up backstage, alone and in a particularly serious mood. His name: Robin Williams.
During an exclusive chat with THR by telephone from London, Fisher recounted the details of their discussion in her dressing room. And while she said she had seen Williams between that night and his tragic suicide on Aug. 11, something about that particular evening — his energy and their conversation about bipolar disorder (a prominent subject of her Broadway show and book of the same name) — has stuck with her all these years.
"He … looked lost, kind of, and he said that he didn’t think he was bipolar. He took the test that I gave the audience and got all the answers right, but didn’t think [being bipolar] was something that had anything to do with him," recalled Fisher, who has been candid about her own struggles with mental illness and addiction. "I never heard anything so off the mark. Like I did, he was driven by that frantic eagerness that you don’t just want someone to like you, you want to explode on their night sky like a miracle. And he did.”
Here’s the link to the rest:
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/carrie-fisher-robin-williams-he-725201

Carrie talks about Robin Williams in an article in The Hollywood Reporter

Following a performance of her one-woman show, Wishful Drinking, a few years back, Carrie Fisher was surprised to see one of her longtime friends show up backstage, alone and in a particularly serious mood. His name: Robin Williams.

During an exclusive chat with THR by telephone from London, Fisher recounted the details of their discussion in her dressing room. And while she said she had seen Williams between that night and his tragic suicide on Aug. 11, something about that particular evening — his energy and their conversation about bipolar disorder (a prominent subject of her Broadway show and book of the same name) — has stuck with her all these years.

"He … looked lost, kind of, and he said that he didn’t think he was bipolar. He took the test that I gave the audience and got all the answers right, but didn’t think [being bipolar] was something that had anything to do with him," recalled Fisher, who has been candid about her own struggles with mental illness and addiction. "I never heard anything so off the mark. Like I did, he was driven by that frantic eagerness that you don’t just want someone to like you, you want to explode on their night sky like a miracle. And he did.”

Here’s the link to the rest:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/carrie-fisher-robin-williams-he-725201

From Carrie’s Twitter

I wish Robin peace from whatever unrest raged within him and much more than gratitude for all the joy he gave us and leaves behind.