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    A side effect from oxi-clean no doubt. I was always suspicious about that stuff! Bummer.
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    This is seriously strange. Farrah Fawcett, Ed McMahon, Michael Jackson. Now Billy Mays.

    R.I.P.

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    This is sad to hear. I was just watching the discovery channel this morning, and PitchMen came on. Now, I don't like this show - I almost always change the channel when it comes on (I did this morning). I find it sort of crass and even depressing, but one segment that I saw a while back was Billy talking for a bit about his life history and family... and he seemed like a pretty decent and likable guy, which sort of surprised me (I find his sales persona *incredibly* annoying). I think in the recent few years his fame gave him a chance to spend some more time with his family than he did when he was a nameless traveling sales guy. Hopefully they got to enjoy the time they had with him. R.I.P. Billy.
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    lol, can't wait til Kendo sees this

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    Wow, eveyrone's dying this year. Soon, it's gonna be Hannah Montana. O_o
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    Quote Originally Posted by bananafish View Post
    Wow, eveyrone's dying this year. Soon, it's gonna be Hannah Montana. O_o
    That prediction is not one bit suspicious.

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    I guess this goes to show you that people die all the time. It's only more pronounced when it's a bunch of popular people.

    (Although it is a bit funny/suspicious/prophetic that Billy Mays died. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    What is it with dying at 50 nowadays?

    I see it in the obits every day. Scary.

    Ha, I just owned to reading the obits. Well. I do read the whole newspaper.

    Rest in peace, Billy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    This is seriously strange. Farrah Fawcett, Ed McMahon, Michael Jackson. Now Billy Mays.

    R.I.P.
    That is pretty strange.

    ... I'm thinking, wouldn't y'all think Michael Jackson's death simply RAISED awareness of the people's death around his time? I mean, I go on IMDB.com now-and-then, and there's a section on it, which shows that such-and-such celebrity passed away 'today'. Barely pay attention to it because I wouldn't know 95% of the celebrities, but because this was THE Michael Jackson, his 'untimely' death at 50 it makes us speculate.

    I wouldn't know for sure, though - it would probably need a one-time hollywood fan that keeps track of the real events, including the celebrity deaths. Billy Mays, whom I honestly never knew about, dying at 50... the same age as Michael Jackson, consecutively does make me wonder.

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    JUNE 28TH WILL BE "TYPE IN ALL CAPS" DAY, TO HONOR BILLY MAYS' UNIQUE STYLE OF EXCITABLE COMMUNICATION BY SHOUTING.

    RIP BILLY MAYS.



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