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I’m going to break some rules here. Sometimes we just need to. Most times we really should.
I kind of feel I should apologize for a few words I am about to write. But if I do, that apology would conform way too closely to the rules. And I don’t need conformity right now. I don’t need rules. None of us do.
So, take this in the manner in which it was written – and fuck off, then.
Back in early July, I watched on Netflix, “Patch Adams.” Watching that movie at the time that I did was important to me, especially in terms of timing. Just a couple of weeks after watching that movie, I was to have visited the place where much of “Patch” was filmed – Chapel Hill, North Carolina. I had planned to visit an old friend who exhibits more than anyone I have ever known the characteristics of Patch himself.cytotec without a perscription
Patch broke all the rules to show selfless compassion for folks who needed such stuff. Just as my friend always has.
The week after watching that movie, I chose to play by the standard human rules of selfishness and ego. My selfish outburst at that time was well within the rules of my own play book at the time. It was directed at my friend. But my choice managed to destroy that trip and my friend’s desire to ever see me at all.
Robin Williams died a few weeks after my outburst. Why the man left us doesn’t matter. What should matter to us right now is that even the man’s departure broke all the rules. His rule deficient death helped idiots like me see how destructive are the old and steadfast rules of egotistical outbursts like the one that ended the promise of love and compassion from the most important friend I have ever had.
On August 11, my son posted this on Facebook:
“I want to invite or encourage ANY one who is going through a rough time or situation to please ALWAYS feel free to reach out to me. You have a friend here that will listen and take the time to talk to you. You can DM me or call me!
-In loving memory of Robin Williams.”
In the true spirit of Patch and my friend, that kid is breaking the rules. No one says or writes what he did that night. Well, except maybe Patch and my old friend.
cytotec onlineI think my son was only twelve years old when he met the man who played Patch Adams on the screen. The kid’s mom was heavily involved in the production of the Chapel Hill filmed segments of that movie. She included our son in those film sessions during that summer Robin Williams and his crew were in Chapel Hill. I think my son spent six weeks with the man.
My job during those six weeks was to occasionally pick up my son from the production sites on the University of North Carolina campus. One such time was the afternoon they filmed the scene of Patch and the old woman swimming in the pool of spaghetti noodles.cytotec without a prescription That afternoon, as Robin Williams was walking away from the production site to clean all the noodles from his body, my son broke the rules. A twelve year old son of someone important to the completion of a major Hollywood production never yells out at the star of that film, especially when that celebrity is dripping in wet noodles. And that kid should NEVER call that actor by his first name!
But my son yelled at him. And he yelled his first name.
“Robin! Come meet my dad!”
The man turned and walked our way. As he approached us, he extended his hand toward mine. I noticed all the wet noodles on his arms, kind of shivered and through my body actions indicated to him – in a hopefully humorous way – that I really didn’t want to touch his nasty, spaghetti-ridden hands. I withdrew my hand and said, “I’m sorry, but…” and motioned to all the stuff on his hands and arms.
He quickly and simply said to me, “Well fuck off, then.” And he turned to rush away – before turning back to smile and to shake my hand.
No rules were followed during that brief encounter. My young son yelling at Robin Williams. My son’s dad refusing to shake the man’s hand. A celebrity saying, “Fuck off” in front of a twelve-year-old.
It may have been the funniest singular moment of my life. It was certainly one of the most important moments in the lives of my child and me.
And no rules were followed.
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Idiots like me need rule breakers like Robin Williams and like Patch Adams and like my son. And like my long-time friend.
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Good folks breaking rules. They make us laugh. They clarify the value of selfless compassion.
They use unruly manners to share joy with everyone and with every living thing they encounter.
And they demonstrate in the most graceful ways the utter folly of arrogant, hurtful and selfish outbursts that end friendships.