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#1 Old 02-08-2007, 04:19 PM
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Anna Nicole Smith, dead at age 39, having only recently given birth.



I've always felt a bit sorry for Anna. For all that money that came and went she never seemed to have a happy life.

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#2 Old 02-08-2007, 04:21 PM
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I just read this...



I was never a real fan, but I always found her story to be intriguing.

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Peace out, yo.
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She was beautiful. I wish blessing on her family at this hard time and I pray for the baby. 39 is so young.
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It's very suspicious to me. Two men are fighting over who is related to her daughter (who would inherit her billions). Her son died under mysterious circumstances as well. Or it could be revenge from the sons of the man she inherited her money from.



I always kind of liked her. She didn't have much (came from a small Texas town), but used what she had to try to make the most for herself. I'm also glad she was able to lose her weight. I always thought she was very beautiful at any weight.
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having only recently given birth



Didn't she have a 20 year old son that killed himself or OD'd or something?



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so, are police soon to be treating this as suspicious death ?



I don't wanna read anything, soooo.... I'll only go as far as here for now.....plus news won't say much anyway if suspicion is yet to be raised or not.
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What do they do with implants when someones buried/cremated? i cant see burning or burying them to be a good idea!

thats a genuine wondering not just me being insensitive



i never really cared for her, but you dont expect people like that to randomly drop dead.
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Anna Nicole Smith dies, who would have thought something like that could happen?
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What do they do with implants when someones buried/cremated? i cant see burning or burying them to be a good idea!



Mine cost so much that they are DEFINATELY going with me to the grave
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CNN.com didn't hold back on the in-story citations for four videos and two past stories.



It's sad when any person dies at age 39. I don't think Anna Nicole Smith's case is all that special, but her kids will probably have a harder time because not only is their mom famous, but she's now dead.

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Mine cost so much that they are DEFINATELY going with me to the grave





Anything that has the potential to explode or melt rather than incinerate is removed prior to cremation. I'm not sure what they would do with implants..would they explode and then melt?
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It's so sad.



I actually remember back in her early modeling days, when she was a larger sized woman. I think the reason she became famous was because of her size;it was atypical for a model. I liked that companies were willing to use her as a model rather than some usually anorexic stick of a model, like Kate Moss. And I always thought she was beautiful, even at a larger size.

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I feel bad for mocking her back in her reality-TV show days. No one should die so young. Especially when she leaves an infant behind. I honestly feel sad.
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It's very suspicious to me. Two men are fighting over who is related to her daughter (who would inherit her billions). Her son died under mysterious circumstances as well. Or it could be revenge from the sons of the man she inherited her money from.



I don't really see her or her son's death as that suspicious to be honest. Both of them were big-time prescription drug users for years. Her son died from a drug combo in his system and I'd be kind of surprised if Anna-Nicole's autopsy didn't show the same thing. She was always off her face on something whenever I'd see her on TV.



I feel bad for her too. If she'd have gotten her dead husbands money like she was legally entitled to, I don't think she would've have had to go through some of the stuff she went through in recent years.
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I was sooo sad to hear this I have always felt bad for her and all that she had to go through but mostly feel sorry for her newborn baby girl..
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I don't think she would've have had to go through some of the stuff she went through in recent years.



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^^youre terrible Meeewwwrial _



I felt sorry for her too. She was kind of pathetic at times but you can understand why.

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I always liked her, too. The fact that she almost got away with millions from the family of a texas oil baron is awesome. I feel really bad for her daughter...
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huh? why....what'd I do?
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ferret "What do they do with implants when someones buried/cremated? i cant see burning or burying them to be a good idea!

thats a genuine wondering not just me being insensitive'



No you must never bury a breast implant. While most products of decay move downward, due to gravity, certain materials such as nitrates, and silicones, can move upward (it's due to capillary action). Neglecting to remove a breast implant before burial can result in unwanted extra mounds appearing over the grave. Most funeral directors know this, and routinely remove implants before burial. Most keep a whole room full of extracted implants, which they play with when business is slow. Some are donated to the Salvation Army. Others are donated to Goodwill Industries, which cleans them up, repairs any defects, and sells them in thrift shops at a fraction of the original cost.
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Most keep a whole room full of extracted implants, which they play with when business is slow.



Um, may I ask how you would know that? I highly doubt "most" funeral directors do this.



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Some are donated to the Salvation Army. Others are donated to Goodwill Industries, which cleans them up, repairs any defects, and sells them in thrift shops at a fraction of the original cost.



Breast implants can be re-used? Well, goodness, never woulda thunk.

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