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The Stars Are Going Out...

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The stars of our era are going out....

James Arness

James Brown

Tom Bosley

Gary Coleman

Don Cornelius

Robert Culp

Tony Curtis

Heavy D.

John Dye

Peter Falk

Farrah Fawcett

Corey Haim

Issac Hayes

Robert Hegyes

Dennis Hopper

Whitney Houston

Michael Jackson

Etta James

Rick James

Steve Jobs

Art Linkletter

Bernie Mac

Teena Marie

Leslie Nielsen

Teddy Pendergrass

Richard Pryor

Lynn Redgrave

Cliff Robertson

Andy Rooney

Macho Man Randy Savage

Bubba Smith

Elizabeth Taylor

Johnny Taylor

Luther Vandross

Andy Whitfield

Vesta Williams

You will continue to live on through your work.

May peace be with you during your final sleep.

Entry #166

Comments

1.
TenajComment by Tenaj - February 15, 2012, 2:23 am
But we still have a few left from the classic black and white era like Mickey Rooney, Margaret O'brien, Lauren Bacall, Angela Lansbury, Olivia De Havilland/Joanne Fontaine (sisters), Kirk Douglas, Dick Van Dyke, and Maureen O'Hara, just to name a few.

I watched Maureen O'Hara this week in "Miracle of 34th Street" and even though it's a Christmas movie, it's one of my favorites all year round. It's interesting that she played Natalie Wood's mother when Natalie was about 6 or 7.
2.
Comment by PERDUE - February 21, 2012, 9:41 pm
It's just strange when the familiars begin to disappear.
Very errie when you are talking about someone and then you hear they've died.
EX: I wonder what ever happened to ___________?
I wonder if they are still _________?
You remember when they __________?
Man, I wish they were still _____________.

Two/Four weeks later you read an article in the paper or on the internet about __________'s death and how much he/she will be missed.

It has a way of ruining a week. Especially if that person is on the favorites list.
3.
HIMSELFComment by HIMSELF - March 4, 2012, 11:58 pm
u 4 got smoking joe

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