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Profoundly saddened by the news of the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman. He was so crazy talented that it felt good to know you were alive at the same time that he was, that there were roles yet to be, that he was not only among the greatest, he was "ours" in the same weird way that Kurt was "ours." Maybe no one here gets out alive, but there are definitely some we hope stick around with us longer than others.  I know no addicts who aren't tortured by their addiction, and while it is cold comfort, there is no more torture to be had by his soul. We are simply left with a gaping hole in the fabric of the universe where PSH used to be.

Countless roles to be inhabited by lesser talents, countless awards never to be given, countless words never written, countless emerging talents unmentored. What a loss the arts have suffered today.
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