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

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 6:31pm
  • SERIOUSLY PEOPLE IT'S NOT WORTH GETTING SO UPSET OVER UNLESS HE WAS A PERSONAL FRIEND OR SOMETHING..... (CAPS DAY FOR BILLY MAYS)

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 5:03pm
  • hahahaha so funny!

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 7:33pm
  • mj isnt really dead hes on some island chillin with shaq, biggie, elvis, and heath ledger

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 6:56pm
  • 3:56 you are a champ. If you call a therapist because a celebrity just died that you didnt even know, you are pathetic

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 3:47pm
  • I'm not gonna lie: MJ was mentioned during therapy on Saturday.

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 1:02am
  • omg, WHO ARE YOU?, 'cos i think you may be my long lost twin. lol.

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 9:11pm
  • 6:56 -- Shaq's not dead...he's just going to Cleveland. Wait, is that the same thing?

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 10:26am
  • wow, still the first question was good one. I mean unless you bring it up, it is pathetic that the therapist asked you that.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 30, 09 at 1:53am
  • Music can effect people in ways you can't imagine so think about that before you pass judgement.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 4:06pm
  • @ 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.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 28, 09 at 3:56pm
  • Seriously, why are so many people sad about the death of a pedophile who did not remotely look like a human being anymore?

    Submitted by WTFmate on Feb 17, 10 at 7:34pm
  • hahaha i wish i could say this to my slutty friend. she needs a therapist for that exact reason

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