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Old 02-09-2007, 12:40 AM   #1
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Anna Nicole Smith is dead.

OD! Gee didn't see this coming... I don't have a link, however YOU have Google. Check it out.




The following tale of alien encounter is true and by true, I mean false. Its all lies. But they're entertaining lies, and in the end isn't that the real truth? The answer is no.
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Old 02-09-2007, 12:47 AM   #2
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Old 02-09-2007, 12:56 AM   #3
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And on to a dead..... woman? Pfft, I couldn't care less about her. I haven't been to LF for like, three months and I only found out about ANS about an hour ago. So I thought to myself, 'What better way to re-enter the Cantina than to announce a death!?' I have genius in my head, I know.




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Old 02-09-2007, 01:08 AM   #4
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lol, great way to re-enter, LF.

Yeah, i heard about it just a couple of hours ago, also. Not really sure when or how it happened, don't really care either. It's sad yes, because of the whole death thingy, but i just didn't really like 'her'.

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Old 02-09-2007, 01:18 AM   #6
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A plastic celebrity dies, and may we all bow our heads in silence. [/sarcasm]
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Old 02-09-2007, 01:24 AM   #7
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^^^You guys are pathetic. Someone dies and all you can think about is how much you didn't like the person. Show some respect for the dead even if you didn't care for her when she was alive.

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Old 02-09-2007, 01:28 AM   #8
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I don't know who she is, but I will mourn for her and I heard about her death, last night.
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Old 02-09-2007, 01:29 AM   #9
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I really don't think she'll mind... not being around and all..




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Old 02-09-2007, 01:31 AM   #10
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I didnt like her, but i still reckon its bad cause she died and all, so yeah ... im with St. Jimmy on this one though .... i don't think she'll mind

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Old 02-09-2007, 01:31 AM   #11
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Old 02-09-2007, 01:35 AM   #12
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I feel bad for her baby, actually.


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Old 02-09-2007, 01:37 AM   #13
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^^^You guys are pathetic. Someone dies and all you can think about is how much you didn't like the person. Show some respect for the dead even if you didn't care for her when she was alive.
Thank you.

Anna Nicole Smith was no angel, but she was still a human being. Its sad she was never able to overcome herself.

I guess some people have no respect for the dead...

I'm disappointed in the lack of maturity shown by some people here at times.


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Old 02-09-2007, 01:42 AM   #14
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Wouldn't see why anyone would have anymore respect for someone when they're dead if they weren't respectable while alive.
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Old 02-09-2007, 01:43 AM   #15
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Even if you did not like her ... it still is a very bad situation, because what's going to happen to the baby? It's got no mother and no father? Poor kid ... its a sad thing.

As i said, i didnt like her, but i do feel bad because of the whole situation. No matter how cold hearted you can be, you can't overlook what has occured because of it and that makes it a whole lot worse.

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Old 02-09-2007, 01:49 AM   #16
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The baby is probably going to end up with that scumbag lawyer, but it really didn't have a chance anyway, every time I've seen her on the news recently she looks incredibly drugged up. I wouldn't doubt that the kid has brain damage thats being covered up, and since most of us know how it is when public figures have mental issues I really doubt any good could come of it no matter what.
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Old 02-09-2007, 01:55 AM   #17
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Wouldn't see why anyone would have anymore respect for someone when they're dead if they weren't respectable while alive.
To say that totally misses the point. Whether or not we saw anything we found worthy in her public persona, it demeans the inherent worth she had as a human being to say such disrespectful things about the person. It equates to spitting on someones grave.

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Old 02-09-2007, 03:05 AM   #18
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Well I can't say I was a huge fan of hers because she was so materialistic and all but I do mourn her loss. Hopefully she can find peace in the afterlife.


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Old 02-09-2007, 04:29 AM   #19
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^^^You guys are pathetic. Someone dies and all you can think about is how much you didn't like the person. Show some respect for the dead even if you didn't care for her when she was alive.
Agreed.
I didn't like her but still, how would you like it if you died and people acted like this towards you, unless you were really evil.
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Old 02-09-2007, 07:07 AM   #20
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Supposedly she died the same way her son did a few months ago. Just dropped down dead. il bet 10 quid she was murdered. There just seems something a little off.
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Old 02-09-2007, 09:36 AM   #21
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^^^Possible, given the ongoing multimillion dollar lawsuit over her dead husband's estate. Hundreds of millions of dollars at stake can make people do just about anything, what with her (and her son's) chronic drug use to conveniently cover the whole thing up. If Herbie's right, then that baby is in mortal danger.


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Old 02-09-2007, 10:21 AM   #22
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^^^You guys are pathetic. Someone dies and all you can think about is how much you didn't like the person. Show some respect for the dead even if you didn't care for her when she was alive.
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RIP Anna Nicole. It seems she has been quite unwell recently. She definitely has had a rough few years recently, poor thing. Just shows you where you can end up when you're surrounded by the wrong type of people...

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Old 02-09-2007, 10:45 AM   #23
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oooooooooohhhhh she's that woman that was married to that old guy and got alot of money when he died....well.. that sucks....


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Old 02-09-2007, 11:07 AM   #24
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I think her death was terribly sad. I'm just tired of all the media hype--my rather acidic initial comment was directed at the insane media coverage rather than her death itself, but that was unclear. Here we have thousands or more dying in Darfour and Iraq and who knows where else in the world, and the media goes on for days about the death of a _horse_, for heaven's sake, and likely they will go on about her death ad nauseum instead of letting the poor woman rest in peace. I think that's just nuts.


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If you're interested, a British actor called Ian Richardson has also just died.

A Particularly cool actor and if nothing else, he would have made a damn cool Thrawn.
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Old 02-09-2007, 12:04 PM   #26
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Old 02-09-2007, 12:41 PM   #27
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I feel sorry for ANS. She tried to gain what she believe was rightfully hers (money), and she could not enjoy life with that money. Oh well. I hope she wasn't killed, that would be worse for her.


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Old 02-09-2007, 03:35 PM   #28
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I'm just tired of all the media hype... Here we have thousands or more dying in Darfour and Iraq and who knows where else in the world, and the media... will [likely] go on about her death ad nauseum instead of letting the poor woman rest in peace. I think that's just nuts.
This thread is also a form of media. But I agree Jae.

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Wouldn't see why anyone would have anymore respect for someone when they're dead if they weren't respectable while alive.
That's what makes Jae's statement all the more relevant as a reminder of how poorly we sometimes prioritize our attentions.

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Whether or not we saw anything we found worthy in her public persona, it demeans the inherent worth she had as a human being to say such disrespectful things about the person.
Well said, MdKnightR.
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Old 02-09-2007, 04:02 PM   #29
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I'm just tired of all the media hype... Here we have thousands or more dying in Darfour and Iraq and who knows where else in the world, and the media... will [likely] go on about her death ad nauseum instead of letting the poor woman rest in peace. I think that's just nuts.
People get bit by dogs. That's not news, dogs bite all the time.

People get murdered in Darfur and Iraq. That's not news, people die all the time in Darfur and Iraq. It's unimportant, really. (What next, a news story about every single time a person die of a terminal illness, or a news story about a poor person dying of hunger in other parts of Africa? It's repetivie.)

Dogs get bit by people. That's news. It's the werid events that we don't expect to happen that is fun. Supermodels that sue for money, and soon die...that's very different, we usually assume a supermodel gets what she wants and since she is not really content, that's shocking.

It's shameful (the most important stories are the ones that nobody really care about), but it's true.


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I think her death was terribly sad. I'm just tired of all the media hype--my rather acidic initial comment was directed at the insane media coverage rather than her death itself, but that was unclear. Here we have thousands or more dying in Darfour and Iraq and who knows where else in the world, and the media goes on for days about the death of a _horse_, for heaven's sake, and likely they will go on about her death ad nauseum instead of letting the poor woman rest in peace. I think that's just nuts.
Agreed. It is a sad event, especially for the child and the close relatives.

However, I too am tired of all the media coverage and all the "Celeb Hype". I fail to see why people always need to know every single little detail about their lives, from how they were dressed at their latest party and what they eat at breakfast to how many plastic surgeries, divorces they had and how many lawsuits they are involved into. I just don't see what's so special about an ex topless dancer who married an old billionaire and appeared in some...err..."movies" and playboy magazines...and yet she makes the front page of La Presse, the main French newspaper here in Québec This Celeb Hype is a bit ridiculous IMHO as it seems that the only thing that matters is the amount of money a person has (and could have in this case) and if they appeared in a movie or on tv...I also see no reason why once dead they should only be talked about as if they were almost saints.
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If you're interested, a British actor called Ian Richardson has also just died...
yes indeed. One of the founding members of the Royal Shakespeare Company. I didnt really mention it because this board has so many Americans on it, who may not have been familiar with Richardson or the RSC(who also produced Judi Dench, Patrick Stewart, Malcolm McDowell and many notable others)

He most recently played the role of PM in the show House of Cards, arole to which he was perfectly suited. Not sure about him being Thrawn though....


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Whether or not we saw anything we found worthy in her public persona, it demeans the inherent worth she had as a human being to say such disrespectful things about the person. It equates to spitting on someones grave.
Adolf Hitler is dead, whether or not we saw anything we found worthy in his public persona, it demeans the inherent worth he had as a human being to say such disrespectful things about the person.


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Old 02-09-2007, 05:03 PM   #33
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Adolf Hitler is dead, whether or not we saw anything we found worthy in his public persona, it demeans the inherent worth he had as a human being to say such disrespectful things about the person.
Difference. Adolf Hitler killed people, so he deserved some sort of punishment.

All Anna Nicole Smith did was sue people. That does not deserve spitting.


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Both were out for personal gain through manipulation of others. Hitler never personally killed anyone, but people did die around him just as people died around Anna. If one would follow the MidKnightR-s logic, Hitler was just a human being whose death was a tragedy and because of this he should have our sympathies.


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Old 02-09-2007, 05:21 PM   #35
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I think her death was terribly sad. I'm just tired of all the media hype--my rather acidic initial comment was directed at the insane media coverage rather than her death itself, but that was unclear. Here we have thousands or more dying in Darfour and Iraq and who knows where else in the world, and the media goes on for days about the death of a _horse_, for heaven's sake, and likely they will go on about her death ad nauseum instead of letting the poor woman rest in peace. I think that's just nuts.
Ugh, comparisons with Marylin Monroe are fusing from everywhere. La Presse did have her on their front page, though it was a tiny bit, and dedicated their cultural section and a column to the woman. Other less..reputable...newspaper had a big picture of her on their front page. I open the news and fall on CNN talking about her.

Honestly, I'm not happy for anyone just falling down and die, but giving her this much attention is ridiculous. She isn't the "first" sexy woman like Marylin Monroe.


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Not sure about him being Thrawn though....


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I really pay no attention to her at all, and I'm not too shaken up that she's dead, but it's still shocking when a person like her suddenly dies. Almost as shocking as hearing about Chris Farley's death.

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However, I too am tired of all the media coverage and all the "Celeb Hype". I fail to see why people always need to know every single little detail about their lives, from how they were dressed at their latest party and what they eat at breakfast to how many plastic surgeries, divorces they had and how many lawsuits they are involved into.
I cannot possibly quote this for enough emphasis...

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All Anna Nicole Smith did was sue people. That does not deserve spitting.
No, she killed no one... However, being a stripper, marrying someone for his money, fighting the guy's own son over who deserves it, bringing the case to the Supreme Court, and worst yet, filing bankruptcy despite having hundreds of millions of dollars at one point (that's an obscene amount of money - you could feed God knows how many people with that!) due to having lost it all in giant spending sprees is hardly worthy of respect in my book.


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Both were out for personal gain through manipulation of others. Hitler never personally killed anyone, but people did die around him just as people died around Anna. If one would follow the MidKnightR-s logic, Hitler was just a human being whose death was a tragedy and because of this he should have our sympathies.
The point I am trying to make that is obviously getting lost on many of you is that respect for someone who has recently passed shows not only respect for the dead, but also respect for yourself. Spewing self-righteous garbage in the wake of someones passing is akin to barbarism. Rise above your hatreds...if only until the dust settles on the grave!

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Actually, ED, I don't think she ever had that much. I think she was allowed to continue with her lawsuit in the TX courts, but had yet to receive any of it. Her life was both tragic in some respects and pathetic in many others. But the only thing worse is the lavish, and somewhat ghoulish, media attention surrounding her death.
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