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Old 03-11-2010, 11:01 AM   #16
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On the Comcast home page yesterday, there was a headline about his death that said something like "Friends shocked, say he was 'extremely healthy'."

I don't think anyone with a long-standing drug addiction should be considered in any way "healthy."
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Old 03-11-2010, 03:01 PM   #17
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On the Comcast home page yesterday, there was a headline about his death that said something like "Friends shocked, say he was 'extremely healthy'."

I don't think anyone with a long-standing drug addiction should be considered in any way "healthy."
^true dat...
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Old 03-11-2010, 06:51 PM   #18
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how many times do we hear this kind of story? It's really sad but unfortunately its not really a suprise.

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Old 03-11-2010, 10:54 PM   #19
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I bet Corey Feldman is pissed.
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On the Comcast home page yesterday, there was a headline about his death that said something like "Friends shocked, say he was 'extremely healthy'."

I don't think anyone with a long-standing drug addiction should be considered in any way "healthy."


either his friends are denying it completely, or denying he was unhealthy, or maybe they on stuff themselves.




but you get that said with many unforeseen deaths....the family/friends say 'she/he was so happy'


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unfortunately with celebrity deaths it seems that everyone is either blind,deaf and dumb or just enablers who can't say no to this person or won't step up to help them.. Or won't do the tough love thing that they need. I know it's not an easy thing to do whether it's someone famous or not but it would of been the right thing to do. However, some are so far gone that trying to help accomplishes nothing because most don't want the help..

As said, we have seen this a million times, sad, tragic and unfortunate... It is so common that we have become almost desensitized to it.. Quite depressing actually.
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How sad is it that they're having to sell off his possessions to pay for his funeral.
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How sad is it that they're having to sell off his possessions to pay for his funeral.
Wow, that is awful...
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Old 03-12-2010, 11:57 AM   #24
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unfortunately with celebrity deaths it seems that everyone is either blind,deaf and dumb or just enablers who can't say no to this person or won't step up to help them..
I'm sure this is the case with a lot of celebs, but the person who's addicted has to want to get help as well. Family and friends can talk to them until they're blue in the face, but if that person is an adult, they can't make them do anything.
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I'm sure this is the case with a lot of celebs, but the person who's addicted has to want to get help as well. Family and friends can talk to them until they're blue in the face, but if that person is an adult, they can't make them do anything.
Yes, this is true too.. as I said when they are too far gone (i.e. not wanting the help) then there is nothing anyone can do.
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How sad is it that they're having to sell off his possessions to pay for his funeral.
Wow I didn't hear that..yet...How sad..I think Corey Feldman should pay
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Wow I didn't hear that..yet...How sad..I think Corey Feldman should pay


Me too... pay up buddy....
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Yes, because Corey Haim is doing so well for himself.
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Old 03-14-2010, 11:15 PM   #29
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So it looks like I may help pay for Corey Haim's funeral:

Haim’s funeral costs to be paid by friend — and, possibly, Toronto taxpayers - thestar.com
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Old 03-14-2010, 11:27 PM   #30
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I'm really have no idea, but isnt $20000 more than enough to cover all the expenses??
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