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    At least I have my King of the Hill dvds to hear her awesome Luann voice whenever I want.

    The eating disorder thing wouldn't surprise me at all, given that she seemed to alternate between looking smokin' hot and looking really unhealthy. The picture Yahoo has up of her from just a few weeks ago she looks like a skeleton.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    That's such a lame concept^ I have trouble believing that someone actually entertains it.
    In every discussion about the death of a famous person it pops up. It's a desperate attempt to appear profound.

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    She looked really rough. I figured it was due to struggles with her eating disorder. I also noticed that she'd gotten a fair amount of plastic surgery, totally unnecessary if you ask me. Who needs "trout pout" at 32? Who can survive in Hollywood without being turned into a head/basketcase?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    The unfortunate truth about human beings is that they mourn most for people who die when they feel some sort of identification or connection with that person. It happens with celebrities when a person has particularly followed that celebrity's work, because on some artistic level the fan may feel a personal emotional response to the film, book, music, etc. Even though most individuals aren't actually "personally connected" to famous people, the symbolic identification can still be present.

    Besides, if everyone sat around and cried over all the people who die in the world everyday, we'd all hang ourselves...or at the very least, life wouldn't go on. Grieving for people whom you feel either a personal connection or identification with is a defense mechanism against being emotionally overwhelmed by the death surrounding us every day.

    You can also look it as healthy that people express grief, symbolically, through celebrities because grief has to be acknowledged somewhere - even if subconsciously underneath it all it's actually about something else.
    its totally understandable if someone is a fan of her work.
    i just dont get why someone feels bad just because s/he knew that the person existed. imo this isnt even a real tragic, real tragic is mass kids and adults dying in hunger in africa or a 14 year old kid who killed herself pretty much because of this rotten society
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    I wasn't a big fan of hers (though I liked her fine) and I'm not sad. Just surprised. I have been sad about other celebrity deaths, though, so I can understand if someone is a fan of hers being sad about her death. I though marmalade made an excellent point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    its totally understandable if someone is a fan of her work.
    i just dont get why someone feels bad just because s/he knew that the person existed. imo this isnt even a real tragic, real tragic is mass kids and adults dying in hunger in africa or a 14 year old kid who killed herself pretty much because of this rotten society
    Ooooh...I see. You're moved by the death of the many, but not by the death of individuals? Death bothers you as an abstract concept but applying it to an actual person makes you go stone cold inside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    its totally understandable if someone is a fan of her work.
    i just dont get why someone feels bad just because s/he knew that the person existed. imo this isnt even a real tragic, real tragic is mass kids and adults dying in hunger in africa or a 14 year old kid who killed herself pretty much because of this rotten society
    "You kill one person it's a tragedy, you kill ten thousand people it's a statistic."
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Ooooh...I see. You're moved by the death of the many, but not by the death of individuals? Death bothers you as an abstract concept but applying it to an actual person makes you go stone cold inside?
    nah its not about that amount of deaths, its just that i dont get why someone feels bad for one person dying who s/he didnt know, but doesent feel the same way for others who die and s/he didnt know.

    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    "You kill one person it's a tragedy, you kill ten thousand people it's a statistic."
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    thats just plain retarted
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    thats just plain retarted
    Yeah but you have to admit it does have a ring of truth to it.

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    I saw this coming.

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