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 Dick Clark dies at age 82
earthmother
Posted: Apr 18 2012, 04:46 PM
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He was such a part of our growing up, and for such a long time.

Not much to say, except RIP, Dick. You will be missed.
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Posted: Apr 18 2012, 04:48 PM
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Okay, just read some more about this. Apparently "the world's oldest teenager" had a heart attack. Very sad. 82 is just not that old these days. :(
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Posted: Apr 18 2012, 07:30 PM
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That's so sad to hear about Dick Clark. I was listening to the news earlier and the one word they used to sum him up - Legend. That says it all, doesn't it. There will never be another Dick Clark. RIP Mr. Clark.
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Posted: Apr 18 2012, 11:42 PM
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He had a major stroke a few years ago, and took one year off from hosting
Rockin' New Year's eve, but then came back and did it straight through this year.
He never had 100% of his voice back, but people admired the warts and all aspect.

While Rock and roll existed before him, he and some of the other great dj's of the early days (Cousin Brucie and Alan Freed) made rock and roll immortal.

and who could forget Dick hosted the 25,000 pyramid game show (later 100,000).

as they say, it's the end of an era.

and this is a major death in the entertainment field...he was extremely powerful
in Hollywood and music (as seen by him continuing to host New Year's live after he got ill).
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