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Mork Goes Home

By now we all have heard about the loss of Robin Williams.  Robin was an extraordinary person who touched the hearts of many.  The man was a comic genius and someone I admired since the first time I saw him on Happy Days.  While others had crushes on Fonzie and Richie, I had a crush on Mork.  His awkward and goofy behavior appealed to me probably because I too was awkward and goofy.

I will never forget the first time I saw him sit on his head in Happy Days and later on Mork and Mindy.  No matter how many times I’ve seen this I still laugh.  I always looked forward to seeing him in any role because I knew that it was going to be amazing.

I personally channel my inner Robin Williams every time I have a speaking engagement.  His improvisational skills were unmatched and watching him work has helped me to improve my own skills.  I do not think another entertainer will come close to Robin’s talents.  You will forever be missed and I will continue to channel my inner Robin Williams.

MHContributed by an MH Phoenix Estate Planning Attorney.

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