Celebrity Deaths (updated weekly)

DGspider-fan

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I'm rarely happy about deaths, but my dad called and told me this about 20 minutes ago(he works for the news) and I was pleasantly surprised.

Good riddance. One down, Paris and Britney to go.8)
wow! you're a dick.:D
 

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wow! you're a dick.:D
The thing is, I'm really not. :wink:

Most deaths, even of celebrities I hate, usually make me a bit sad and sympathetic. I even thought it was bad that they executed Saddam(although that's mostly a capital punishment issue).

But those three women represent everything that's wrong with America. Drunken, worthless skanks worth hundreds of millions of dollars blowing it on themselves and getting all the attention in the world. Good riddance.
 

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The thing is, I'm really not. :wink:

Most deaths, even of celebrities I hate, usually make me a bit sad and sympathetic. I even thought it was bad that they executed Saddam(although that's mostly a capital punishment issue).

But those three women represent everything that's wrong with America. Drunken, worthless skanks worth hundreds of millions of dollars blowing it on themselves and getting all the attention in the world. Good riddance.
You do have a point there.
 

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I'm surprized as well, She seemed like someone who would be around for a while. It was just out of the blue. I'm not in anyway happy that she's dead.
 

ProjectX2

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She's not dead.

Her death has been faked and she's being sworn into being the next President of the World in the secret headquarters of the Illuminati.
 

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The thing is, I'm really not. :wink:

Most deaths, even of celebrities I hate, usually make me a bit sad and sympathetic. I even thought it was bad that they executed Saddam(although that's mostly a capital punishment issue).

But those three women represent everything that's wrong with America. Drunken, worthless skanks worth hundreds of millions of dollars blowing it on themselves and getting all the attention in the world. Good riddance.


Agreed.
 

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I'm rarely happy about deaths, but my dad called and told me this about 20 minutes ago(he works for the news) and I was pleasantly surprised.

Good riddance. One down, Paris and Britney to go.8)
And Robin Williams.
 

moonmaster

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I'm rarely happy about deaths, but my dad called and told me this about 20 minutes ago(he works for the news) and I was pleasantly surprised.

Good riddance. One down, Paris and Britney to go.8)
I'm on the fence with her. She was terrific in Mean Girls, so she's actually worth something, unlike the aforementioned.
:? ... She had a six-month-old daughter. No matter what you thought of her, it's ridiculous to go and celebrate her death.

Wow. I'm the one taking a moral stand against someting Planet-Man said. This is like, total role reversal.
 
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:? ... She had a six-month-old daughter. No matter what you thought of her, it's ridiculous to go and celebrate her death.

Wow. I'm the one taking a moral stand against someting Planet-Man said. This is like, total role reversal.
Wow this is weird, like a "person actually liking the ultimate clone saga" weird
 

moonmaster

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Sorry. Unlike most people apparently, I believe human life is precious and that it's wrong to celebrate anyone's death, no matter what kind of person they were or the things they did.

Sorry for caring about other human beings. I'll try to stop that in the future.
 

Gideon Stargrave

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Sorry. Unlike most people apparently, I believe human life is precious and that it's wrong to celebrate anyone's death, no matter what kind of person they were or the things they did.

Sorry for caring about other human beings. I'll try to stop that in the future.
I don't think I've ever seen a serious moonmaster post before. Far out. Usually there are at least mentions of Bass or male genitalia....
 

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Sorry. Unlike most people apparently, I believe human life is precious and that it's wrong to celebrate anyone's death, no matter what kind of person they were or the things they did.

Sorry for caring about other human beings. I'll try to stop that in the future.
No its not weird that you care about human life, its just your the moral center of this thread its... odd

But yeah you should not be glad of somebody's death if their just the center of crappy news around hollywood. You may think she's part of the lowest scrum of entertainment, but if you think she should be dead because of that than there's something wrong with you
 

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