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  • 54 26
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 8:07pm

    This isn't funny, the person who posted this obviously just wanted to feel superior to the original sender. Your insecurities are boorrringg.

  • 51 29
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 5:02pm

    3:56 you are a champ. If you call a therapist because a celebrity just died that you didnt even know, you are pathetic

  • 49 42
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 5:03pm

    SERIOUSLY PEOPLE IT'S NOT WORTH GETTING SO UPSET OVER UNLESS HE WAS A PERSONAL FRIEND OR SOMETHING..... (CAPS DAY FOR BILLY MAYS)

  • 43 33
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 5:42pm

    hahahaha so funny!

  • 44 40
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 7:33pm

    What? There's no legitimate reason for someone who did not personally know/work with MJ to be DEPRESSED (sad, maybe, but depressed?) Fire your therapist for asking assinine questions before listening to what you had to say,

  • 40 32
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 3:47pm

    Yeah, there's a whole world of people out there whose lives don't revolve around slutting it up. Hard as that may be to believe.

  • 45 43
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 6:31pm

    I'm a lot sadder about Billie Mays. Has anyone else considered that maybe they've all been kidnapped for some sort of awesome alien earth museum? How cool would that be? Like, a living archives of a bunch of awesome famous earthlings... I bet Elvis is up there.

  • 37 34
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 3:15am

    omg, WHO ARE YOU?, 'cos i think you may be my long lost twin. lol.

  • 41 42
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 1:02am

    i agree with 4.06 and sure its weird to feel depressed over someone you don't know but you can feel very sad if you idolised the celebrity so much

  • 39 39
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 9:11pm

    agree with June 29 @ 10:26 AM. Just because we didn't know MJ personally doesn't mean that we can't be sad. It's sad when ANYONE dies, why are people being so critical about having emotions

  • 41 43
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 9:38am

    I'm not gonna lie: MJ was mentioned during therapy on Saturday.

  • 38 40
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 6:56pm

    mj isnt really dead hes on some island chillin with shaq, biggie, elvis, and heath ledger

  • 35 35
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 30, 09 at 2:54am

    6:56 -- Shaq's not dead...he's just going to Cleveland. Wait, is that the same thing?

  • 43 55
    Submitted by WTFmate on Feb 17, 10 at 7:34pm

    Seriously, why are so many people sad about the death of a pedophile who did not remotely look like a human being anymore?

  • 36 42
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 10:26am

    I agree with June 28, 2009 4:06PM. Listening to someone's music (especially someone who was around for so long) can effect people in different ways that just idolizing a celebrity.

  • 35 40
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 4:06pm

    Music can effect people in ways you can't imagine so think about that before you pass judgement.

  • 36 48
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 30, 09 at 1:53am

    wow, still the first question was good one. I mean unless you bring it up, it is pathetic that the therapist asked you that.

  • 40 68
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 1:21am

    hahaha i wish i could say this to my slutty friend. she needs a therapist for that exact reason

  • 30 51
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 3:56pm

    @ 3:47 There's also a whole world of people out there who have better things to do than bullshit emotions over someone they DIDN'T KNOW.