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Of course my reasoning is poor. I made a a simplistic response to the cult of personality that is Robbin Williams. The quote is only poignant because he ended his life. (weird contradiction eh?) And that’s my point (if I had one). If there’s anything that’s foremost in our minds when it comes to Robin Williams (lately) is the fact that he’s dead and the fact that he died by suicide. Such ends are an indication of poor management no matter what his character said once.
To make a ridiculous comparison. It would be like a posting a dead drunk driver’s advise about driving. Although his advise may be sound, the whole thing is tainted by the fact that he’s dead and the fact about how he died.
BTW, what is this salt you eat with your advise? I try not to repeat half-truths or advise that requires salt.