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Anyone watching Whitney Houston's funeral???

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what time did this start?

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Who died?

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oh...it's just not fair, sniff sniff, she was so beautiful and far too young...sniff sniff, what will we ever do without her? Oh my god...poor girl, sniff sniff sniff.

that's the play by play of thousands of people out there right now

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oh...it's just not fair, sniff sniff, she was so beautiful and far too young...sniff sniff, what will we ever do without her? Oh my god...poor girl, sniff sniff sniff.

that's the play by play of thousands of people out there right now

Couldn't help but think of her cocaine problems reading all those sniff sniffs.

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hell no. I have better things to do. Like Carolina/Clemson game

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hell no. I have better things to do. Like Carolina/Clemson game

its not on now

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Her drug suppliers were beside themselves with grief.

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It was a look inside a black funeral. Similar format only that was a lot longer w/ more 'performances'

By the way from what I saw there was no 'poor her' it was a celebration of life.

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Pardon me for interrupting the comedy festival. continue ;)

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I watched it.

I got so emotional, baby.

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Costner was the best. I have been too and spoke at several funerals. From AME Zion in July in the south to a buddahist one. I wont't critique anything because you do have to focus on the good in a time like this.

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6381 United States military personnel have died in Afghanistan and Iraq since 2001 and 2003.

I'd watch or attend any one of those funerals, but those people and their families don't get televised funerals. They don't sell the rights of their dead hero to make money.

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/10/newark_soldiers_plans_for_life.html

This man was a Newark native as well as an Essex County Sheriff detective who was killed last October- don't remember any tributes or televised funeral there...

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2012/02/nj_marine_killed_in_afghanista_1.html

Another New Jersey native who died February 10, one day before Houston. Also in North Jersey... where were the TV crews for his funeral?

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