Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by Ree, Nov 7, 2011.
I did the same thing lol.
Oh good. At least I'm not the only one
Ooh, twelve year-old spoilers.
Agile Horse: Wait, do you mean you read the thread title to mean Liam had died? I would've been just as shocked as you if it'd been the case. I'm glad you misread it.
I am not inclined to physical discipline, Padawan. No worries.
Far as majorish Saga actors dying, I strongly suspect Sir Christopher Lee will be next or least ways relatively soon. On virtue of his age; not that I wish anyone ill.
Hello, Grand Master! *Bows*
*grins* Yes, that's what I had thought they had meant. I think I may have died. And don't say that! That just makes me sad
Agile Horse: It makes me sad as well. I have much respect for the elderly gentlemen that dare show they are still of value and engage with things and I see Christopher as such a one. If a tad on the arrogant side at times (re: his book )
Never read his book, but arrogance in those kinds of people is, more often than not, amusing.
Despite his sometimes forbidding demeanor, Christopher is rather funny, yes, even with his arrogance. Yet, it seems strange to me that I feel this way because usually I DON'T see arrogance as amusing in the least.
Yes i think i saw Mr Lee at an awards show last year and i was shocked at how slow and tired he seemed. Not the man i remember from AOTC and Lord of the Rings.
I saw a clip from the beginning of the year at some award show and I noticed that he was moving *very* slowly and with a *cane*. That got my attention. Frankly, I'm surprised he's done as well as he has for as long as he has. I think it's wonderful too. Yet, he's clearly slowing down and beginning to struggle a bit with focus/comprehension. I noted that on another recent clip of some kind of Q and A talk. It's kinda sad. I'm not knocking Mr Lee in the least. Especially given that he's 89, I still think he's doing well. However, it does seem evident he's winding down.
Of course! I mean no disrespect either, just sharing what I have observed. He's done so much in his life her deserves to slow down I think
He's 89. No way he would be able to move around well at that age.
Ree: I know you didn't. I completely agree with you. His age is definitely being reflected clearly now but I think it's well deserved and I hope his twilight goes well with him.
Gunny: I think that's a bit extreme. I'm 29 and I do *much* worse than Sir Chris on the movement issue (with cause). However, I appreciate your seeming accepting manner that slowing down with age is natural.
I'm sore and tired now- what am I going to be like at 89?!
It's ok, I will use the Force to give me strength.
Ree: Exactly. I think reaching such an age is quite a blessing.
Glad you have a positive attitude about aging.
Well I'm almost 25, but I still feel about 21. It's how you feel on the inside!
Well, in that case, my aunt would still be about 5
I would be 3 or 4 then. Maybe 12. Depends on the time of day.
I think we may all be very young when we're forced out of bed
Unless you instantly have to go down and work on a paper, in which you feel rather geriatric.
It's a true story, too.
I hope you're all aware that the Boards will begin moving on March 21st which is not too far away! (A bit short notice I think).
Make sure your private email address is up to date so you can be sent your new password for the new site and any other updates.
Is that the one in the Private email address box?
*smirks with humor*
I would imagine so.