Poll: Which 2009 celeberty death made you the saddest?
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View poll results: Which 2009 celeberty death made you the saddest?
Michael Jackson
117 25%
Ed McMahon
5 1%
Farrah Fawcett
12 3%
Billy Mays
149 31%
Jimmy "The Rev" Sullivan
110 23%
Other
81 17%
Voters: 474.
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#1
So which 2009 death made you the saddest?

For me it would probably be either Billy Mays or The Rev
#2
Mj, but not too sad, i made some money off it at zazzle.
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#3
Tiger Woods....oh damn!
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#4
Billy Mays
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#5
The Rev. I love A7X, The Rev is funny, and I never saw them live. They were all sad though. MJ's death got annoying but still sad.
#6
Michael Jackson

Only one I shed tears for
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#10
Michael Jackson.

The Rev comes in at number 2.

Still feels odd knowing those two people don't exist anymore .
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#11
I'd say three-way tie between Bill Mays, Michael Jackson and The Rev. All hurt in different ways. May they rest in peace
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#12
That one Britney girl. I wanted to put my PENIS inside her.
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#16
Billy Mays...Because he really did do what he set out to do, and had only just done it.
#19
Ed McMahon died?!?!
I seriously forgot...but the Rev.
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#20
Farrah Fawcett, simply because nobody seemed to care much about her at the time. That saddened me more than the actual death itself.
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#21
LES PAUL

the only other ones I cared even a little bit about were Michael Jackson and Patrick Swayze. o and Brittany Murphy.
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#22
None really. It sucks that they're dead and all the people who knew them will miss them, but I wasn't one of them.

I wasn't moved by any of the deaths.
#23
billy mays, my dad was watching his little invention show, and he seemed like a nice guy and not so much a screaming lumber jack anymore..then next day....god.. its like the shamwow guy punched me in my kooch.
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For me, probably Billy Mays. He was the only person I remember seeing around a lot.
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#26
Where the hell is Les Paul? This is a GUITAR website eh? SO yeah, his death impacted me the most. When I first started guitar I really researched his live. He went through so much and was a great musician with a great heart; contributions to the electric guitar aside.
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#28
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Where the hell is Les Paul? This is a GUITAR website eh? SO yeah, his death impacted me the most. When I first started guitar I really researched his live. He went through so much and was a great musician with a great heart; contributions to the electric guitar aside.



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#30
I would say Les Paul too, I didn't forget, but he was 94. The Rev and Britany Murphy were young, and Michael Jackson wasn't old enough to die. The Rev was the saddest to me because I love Avenged Sevenfold and he did influence me. But any young death is as sad as the Rev's death.
#31
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Where the hell is Les Paul? This is a GUITAR website eh? SO yeah, his death impacted me the most. When I first started guitar I really researched his live. He went through so much and was a great musician with a great heart; contributions to the electric guitar aside.



I was about to go on a rant till i read page two this^
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#32
Didnt heath ledger die this year?
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#33
Didn't exactly feel sad for anyone. But it would've been cool if Billy Mays was still around.
#37
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That sucks and he did save many lives, but he was old. Like I said The Rev and Britany Murphy to me were sadder becasue they were so young.
#38
The Rev. Really hit me hard.

A7X has probably been one of the bands that influenced me most, especially when starting to learn guitar, and when i began to listen to more and more diverse kinds of music. I think I can say that without A7X I wouldn't be listening to the likes of Paul Gilbert, Parkway Drive, The Fall of Troy, the list goes on.

EDIT: By diverse, I meant stuff that isn't fed to you through the radio.
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#40
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I forgot him, damn it I suck. I don't even listen to Evile that much, but people deing in general is tragic to me because I'm such a pussy.
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