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Re: “Not your average Sweatshop (Union)

A note to anyone who may wonder: I have a desire for an answer to the questions, below. This is not SPAM. Thank you.

Posted by iL2O on 03/14/2011 at 8:26 PM

Re: “Not your average Sweatshop (Union)

Back in January of this year, Amy Poehler expressed a desire for Bill Murray to guest-star on a tv show. What concerns me is, she said he can sit in a chair the whole time, and would only have to work for a couple of hours (Found at http://blog.sabdesi.net/tag/amy-poehler-bi…). Something else which concerns me is an article (here: http://www.montereyherald.com/prepsports/c… ) which as I am reading it, questions whether Bill Murray will attend a function in July. Steve Worthy's comments seem to indicate this is due to question regarding Bill Murray's health.
I started to worry about Bill Murray's health a long time ago. He has not been looking 100% for a while. After the end of the recent Howard Stern interview though, I really started to wonder what is going on with him.

Being a Bill Murray fan, this scares me. It hurts my feelings too a little though (selfish and silly, perhaps) because while I don't know this man, I am among many of have had a high affection for him which stands for the reason of buying movie tickets, and thereby being among many (probably millions) who helped to further the successful career and life he has enjoyed from over the years of his hard work. I think Mr. Murray's response to that should be a little humble, maybe even unselfish and heaven forbid: grateful. If something has happened to Mr. Murray, it would be awfully thankless and just plain nasty for him to take these people for granted. If he is ill and has lied about the reasons for not doing Ghostbusters 3, then he must think nothing at all of these people who care about him; support him; and so, so, many people (mostly young people) on twitter who speak highly of him. Some of the kids out there almost worship him.

If Bill Murray is ill, this is a public request for him to please, please, please tell his fans what is happening. I think it would be a nice (and gracious) thing for him to do. Maybe it'll take some humility for him to do that. Mr. Murray that is certainly nothing you have to do, but it would surely be something nice for you to do.

All of the above being said, it is important to note a possibility that Mr. Murray is not ill (reserving questions as to whatever "when healthy" meant in the Monterey Herald article) and may be fine. The comments posted are out of sincere concern. I hate the feeling of not knowing what has happend to someone who I care about. That's torture, and I'm sure I'm not the only person who feels that way. I do not have any desire to start rumors or anything of the like. For that reason, it is asked that those who do not have true information or do not have permission to share it, please not respond to my post with any information about Bill Murray's health. If Mr. Murray approves the solving of this mystery though (preferrably from his own mouth), his kind cooperation (and mercy to speak up) would be sincerely appreciated.

That's all I have to say. Thank you.


Posted by iL2O on 03/14/2011 at 7:25 PM

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