My legend dates back to the 12th Century you see. My legend is quite old. The 12th Century was a long time ago. It was summer and so cold from the snow because it was actually winter or maybe it was Monday. It could have been a Thursday or possibly a Saturday or was it Tuesday though it could have been Wednesday or a Monday.
Rest in Peace, Dick.
You looked so young for your age.
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Watching him the past few years has been kind of weird and depressing anyway. The poor guy could barely talk and it was just a really awkward piece of television seeing him getting trotted up there.
****, now this New Year`s Eve is going to be all depressing as a montage and tribute to Dick Clark. I mean I feel bad that the guy had that stroke but it was such a buzz-kill.
You`d be all hammered with your friends and cheery!
- Wooo!!! Hey man change the channel to Times Square so we can watch the ball drop!
Herro, um, dyk clahk. Wargaarbbbll......
And then everyone would be staring at the T.V. in disbelief and sadness. Buzz-kill.
First Don Cornelius
Now Dick Clark.
Tick-tock, Seacrest. Tick-tock...
Don't listen to music, and nothing is sucking you towards it.
He was awesome as Shaggy's voice in the original Scooby Doo.
I don't remember seeing him at the most recent new year's eve anyway? Am I wrong?
I have the upmost respect for the man- but it was really hard to watch him barely be able to speak and slurring all his words during the New Years special. Such a downer to kick off the new year.
He should have hung the boots up 10 years ago.
He never aged. I was sure he was a cyborg...he didn't "die", he "went offline".
Imagine how bad you'd feel if you were the guy that has been putting the peanut butter on his gums to make it look like he was talking the last few years. I'm sure they were close.
My wife says to me yesterday, ''so, Dick Clark died'' i looked at her, paused for a second and replied '' FINALLY''.
then she proceeds to tell me that '' the doctors counted down from 10 before they pulled the plug on him'' i laughed, loudly.