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    Re: What celebrity death really affected you?

    Tim Russert, John Ritter, John Denver, and Davy Jones.
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    Re: What celebrity death really affected you?

    MUSIC

    Ronnie Vant Zant (and Steve and Cassie Gaines)
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    Ronnie James Dio


    FILM/TV

    John Ritter
    Larry Hagman
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    Re: What celebrity death really affected you?

    Michael Jackson's death

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    Re: What celebrity death really affected you?

    Paul Walker - can't explain why. Just had so much potential. A truly nice guy that worked with many humanitarian efforts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PGM35 View Post
    Paul Walker - can't explain why. Just had so much potential. A truly nice guy that worked with many humanitarian efforts.
    It's just a really sad death that could've been avoided. Two families lost fathers that day. It seemed like he was starting to realize the full impact he could have in the world when he died

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    Chris Farley's death really impacted me, and John Candy's too. Very sad.
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    Lately, James Garner. I grew up watching Rockford Files with my dad, so I've always linked him with my dad. My dad is a few years younger, but still, it was a reminder that my dad is getting older.
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    Tim Russert - I frequent a place where he used to go and I was just a table away from him one evening. I know that isn't a huge story to tell but it was they day after the second Bush election. I think we were all drinking for the same reasons.....
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    I agree. RIP Tim. What a loss that was.

    You weren't at Old Ebbitt Grill by any chance?
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