just watched this a few days ago, what a masterpiece. they really were canada’s treasure. i knew he had health problems, but i didn’t know he had brain cancer. sad to see another legend go…
a little before my time but quite an interesting biography. i think she was born a generation too early. many of her issues did just come up to the public recently.
saw Rush in concert in high school, blown away.
i only read a month ago that the band couldn’t tour, because long-term injury or stress on Neil’s hands (or at least what they put out for the media. actually was brain cancer). One of the greatest drummers AND songwriters.
Aren’t you glad to have to? I never heard of Rush but it’s always nice when good memories are shared when someone passes.
Damn, bish, you need to get cultured!
(Just watch up to 11:28. After that it’s all I Love You, Man.)
I haven’t experienced what felt like was a punch to the gut more from any musician’s death than I did yesterday (Fri in North America) when it was announced Rush drummer and writer Neil Peart died of brain cancer. No musician/lyricist has meant more to me personally than The Professor as he was affectionately called. 67 is way too young. So sad.
Terry Jones has gone.
I’ve been trying to figure out which sketch he wrote and/or acted in to post and I’m at a loss. There are just too many that are outstanding.
One of the better ones he co-wrote with Michael Palin
My favorite scene. I always qoute it to myself when reminded
It’s horrible to outlive your child. I can’t imagine the pain she endured.
Wow, this slipped under my radar.
I missed this, too. God, I can’t wait until American news media gets its issues sorted out so I can go back to reading a newspaper. I’ll happily settle for digital.
Have you watched any Get Smart episodes lately? It’s still very funny imo.
Steeling myself for when Mel Brooks checks out.