Three American Icons dead in a few days!

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    Jun 25, 2009 11:14 PM GMT
    Ed McMann, a legend

    A Screen queen of the 70's, and a pop queen of the 80s.

    The latter two, not without controversy.

    But I feel Jackson's death will push foreskins to the back pages today.

    But non the less all a loss.
  • suninice

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    Jun 26, 2009 2:40 AM GMT
    i love himmmm
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    Jun 26, 2009 2:45 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair saidBernie Mac few months ago.


    Bernie Mac died last August....
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    Jun 26, 2009 3:21 AM GMT
    You know I do feel so sorry for Jacko. He was about to do a come back, that I truly hoped he forfilled, and worked out for him. It would of helped him out of debt, and givern him many other rewords.

    He was a mummy's boy, and I feel for her too, and his children.

    I remember watching the Jackson Five cartoon before school when I was a wee one, and music has always made my soul sing.

    The TV has just been full of him all morning, one station dedicating the whole morning to him. Most of it positive, but not all.

    He is a person whose whole life was in the public eye, he created music videos, or set a high stander with them.

    I wish he could see how the people of LA are reacting just for him, in a way it reminds me of the late Princess Di's death, and she never knew she was so loved either.

    I tell people Don't send me flowers when I'm gone, let me smell them with you, while I'm alive.

    Don't cry for me when I'm gone, laugh with me, while I'm here.

    Don't come and spend time with me when I am gone, do it, while I'm here alive.

    In many ways the out poor of love for Jacko at this time is way to late, after all the criticism he has received over the past few years. They stopped calling him the King of Pop, and called him a child molester.

    Thank you for helping my soul sing from a young age mate. Thank you for the music.
  • suninice

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    Jun 26, 2009 4:11 AM GMT
    he knew that what love means. he says "what s false thing sharing love ". he couldnt be child becasue of tv and music he understands how important things being father because of his life . i think he was wonderful . i love himm
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    Jun 26, 2009 4:20 AM GMT
    May have to add Walter Cronkite to that list shortly....man, unbelievable.
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    Jun 26, 2009 8:06 AM GMT
    Jeez, and everybody has already forgot David Carradine?
    ...despite his going out with such...style?
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    Jun 26, 2009 8:29 AM GMT
    Beaux saidJeez, and everybody has already forgot David Carradine?
    ...despite his going out with such...style?


    Wow, you're right. Honestly, I find Carradine's death a teensy bit sad, but far from tragic. He had a good career and died doing something he obviously enjoyed a great deal. I have said it before. I could only hope I would go out in such a spectacularly stupid and silly way and I would be very disappointed if my friends were not laughing their asses off about the manner of my exit.
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    Jun 26, 2009 11:21 AM GMT
    Ok, don't flame me. I just found this hilarious. I never knew who Farrah Fawcett was (aside from knowing she was famous) or Ed McMahon or David Carradine (I'm too young for all of em), but I did love several of MJ's songs as a kid. So... not being blasphemous, but this is usually what happens when a celebrity dies:

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    Jun 26, 2009 1:47 PM GMT
    Sedative saidOk, don't flame me. I just found this hilarious. I never knew who Farrah Fawcett was (aside from knowing she was famous) or Ed McMahon or David Carradine (I'm too young for all of em), but I did love several of MJ's songs as a kid. So... not being blasphemous, but this is usually what happens when a celebrity dies:


    You're too young for Kill Bill bro?

    The cartoon is funny and accurate.
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    Jun 26, 2009 2:57 PM GMT
    A rather famous blues singer, probably my favorite female blues singer, Koko Taylor, passed away a few weeks ago.
  • jarhead5536

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    Jun 26, 2009 3:31 PM GMT
    Walter Kronkite is fading pretty fast also...
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    Jun 26, 2009 4:04 PM GMT
    Sedative saidOk, don't flame me. I just found this hilarious. I never knew who Farrah Fawcett was (aside from knowing she was famous) or Ed McMahon or David Carradine (I'm too young for all of em), but I did love several of MJ's songs as a kid. So... not being blasphemous, but this is usually what happens when a celebrity dies:

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    hahaha i love it- and i personally don't see what the big deal is when a celeb dies. especially washed up ones lol
  • zakariahzol

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    Jun 27, 2009 12:23 AM GMT
    Micheal Jackson is part of my twenties, Farrah Fawcett my teenager years , I dont know much about Ed McMahon.

    I love Michael. His song is great. I listen to it everywhere ...while jogging, in my car and also dancing to in disco. Triller is unforgetable. He is part of my youth.

    Farrah Fawcett , is part of my childhood. I remember watching Charlie Angels in my family black and white TV (color transmition didnt start in Malaysia until 197icon_cool.gif . I cant hardly understand English then , and depend on the subtitle to understand what going on. In college I saw her as a victim of an abusive husband in "The Burning Bed". That is really unforgetable.


    Michael and Farrah, I love you
  • MuslDrew

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    Jun 27, 2009 1:02 AM GMT
    Man, it's rough losing icons from my youth.
    Michael has bee a presence since I can remember. Farrah was so huge during my teen years. Too young to die.