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Actors devote a lot of our time and energy to the work that we do, but there shouldn’t come a sense of entitlement from fans that we owe them every second of our lives.
I think these fans thought Finn owed them something.
And I understand why they would think that: Why isn’t he stopping to say hello to us? You feel guilt when you’re not necessarily in the best mood and you say, "No, I don’t want to take a photo," or you’re not as happy or bubbly as they probably thought you would be. No one’s forcing me or any other celebrity to take time out of their day to say hi to these fans or do these things. Some of them have led to me and said friend not being friends anymore, but it always turned out to be for the better.
We’re his fans; we’re the ones who are supporting the show. It’s just something we do nine times out of 10 because we love and appreciate our fans. I think if you fight with someone and you can just never reconcile, that just goes to show that maybe you shouldn’t have been friends in the first place.
''It was a terrible day for all of us,'' said Seth Hancock, the farm president. Maybe you could have tried some radical procedure to save him a while longer that would have had a 1 in 20 chance of working, but he's been too good to the world to go through any more pain.'' Secretariat first contracted laminitis, a condition that often affects older and heavier horses, Sept. His condition improved gradually and he was able to graze in his paddock each day, but his condition deteriorated suddenly Tuesday.
I think it may take some time to ease back in, but when your best friend is your best friend, you fight and get over it because you love each other.
It’s like a coming together of all these women—all the women right now who are coming forward about their experiences, it’s kind of symbolic of that, so it’s a beautiful thing to see.
My heart definitely goes out to the cast—this happened to Finn [Wolfhard], right?
The flags in the infield at Belmont Park were flying at full staff yesterday because tradition says not to lower them for the death of a horse. They were touched by the death of a champion who not only may have been the fastest who ever raced, but who also became a symbol of brilliance and beauty beyond his breed.
''He was Secretariat.'' Horse lovers the world over had heavy hearts yesterday as word of Secretariat's death spread through the racing world and beyond.