Writer, director, SCTV-player, collector of spores, molds and fungus, Harold Ramis has returned forthwith into his place of origin in the sky (or to the nearest convenient parallel dimension) at the age of 69. He died of natural causes (swelling of the blood vessels, if you must know) in the presence of his family.
Most famous for writing and acting in Ivan Reitman directed comedies (Meatballs, Stripes, Ghostbusters) in the 1970s and 1980s and directing Groundhog Day and the Analyze This movies in the 1990s. He will be missed. Go ahead and have that chocolate bar in the great hereafter, Harold, you’ve earned it.
Resident culture snob.