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French Spiderman Alain Robert has finished his latest climbing the tallest building on the globe. Alain has successfully reached the top with the tapered spire across the 160th floor from the building. The 47-year-old is renowned for climbing buildings around the globe just using bare hands and climbing shoes. Rovos Rail's luxury train travel was the dream child of a man who took having toy trains to another level which in turn created a tourist industry that is unrivalled in the world. Defunct and decommissioned coaches as well as decade old locomotives have been found, renovated and refurbished to create trains that have brought the elegance and style of yesteryear into modern era travel. The woodwind section will glare in the drummers. The brass section sticks their noses up at them. And then they emerge about the field one day minus the drum line and you know what? No one can march for the life of them. No one can keep their steps. Lines are squiggling forward and backward. Formations which are once crisp and defined have become sluggish and bloated looking. That perfectly formed capital 'O' this rock band worked so difficult on a week ago now resembles a half-hearted 'U'. What is wrong with everybody? Jonathan Brandstein, Patrice O'Neal's manager, said family members wished to thank "all from the fans and friends that have expressed an outpouring of love and support for Patrice these past weeks." "Many people choosing a lump sum a detailed and loved friend; all people have forfeit a true comic genius' Jonathan Brandstein said in a statement. Charlie Sheen who was simply fired from your hit CBS comedy 'Two and a Half Men' in September tweeted: "The entertainment world plus the world at large lost an excellent man. Patrice O'Neal was obviously a regular guest for the program 'Opie & Anthony Radio Show' and was a familiar face at some New York City TV shows like "Chappelle Show," "The Office," and "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. Patrice O'Neal's death was announced on Twitter by Opie in the Opie & Anthony Radio Show on Sirius/XM satellite radio: 'Yes, it's true that our pal Patrice O'Neal has passed away,' Opie tweeted. 'The funniest and finest thinker I've ever known PERIOD. #devastated." The details of his funeral will likely be updated soon.