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    I do wish people would stop remembering MCA by posting Adrock and Mike D quotes though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjee Realness View Post
    I was at the gym now and I tried listening to Hello Nasty and I just couldn't-- my eyes started welling up. I literally ran to the bathroom to cry in the stalls. I thought I would be able to listen to them since their music is so fun and full of energy, but it's precisely this that made it all the much sadder for me. I've never really been affected by a star's death like this.
    I'm glad I'm not the only one who's having such a visceral reaction! I think for me - its also his age.... he's the first non drug addicted musician that I've adored who died.
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    After Lhasa died in Jan 2010, I couldn't listen to her music for over a year. Lhasa was only 37. I listened to some Beastie Boys right after I found out. But yesterday my husband wanted to blast So Whatcha Want, and I made him stop.

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    I was so sad when Lhasa died! So talented.

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    Our old friend Gaba Kulka dealt with her sadness about MCA's passing by recording a sweet little cover of his song "I Don't Know" from Hello Nasty. I asked her if I could share it and she was happy to do that. You can listen to and or download it here.
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    That's really sweet of Gaba. I've been worried about revisiting I Don't Know in particular, because it was always one of my favourites and a song I found to be a really helpful crutch for a long time. Yauch/Hatori were a wonderful combination.

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    George Lindsay, "Goober" from The Andy Griffith Show dies.

    This is sad to me. I remember watching The Andy Griffith Show with my dad when I was a child. I loved Goober as a kid.

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    Where the Wild Things Are author Maurice Sendak died from complications from a recent stroke. He was 83.

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    Very sad about this one. He was a pretty awesome dude.

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    I was reading about him just this morning in a review of Colbert's new book. He did an interview on Colbert a few months ago which was one of the most bizarre ones in the show's history, and that's saying a lot.

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    How odd, my son and I randomly read that book last night after having not read it for over a year!

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    I will have a wild rumpus in his honor.
    I am the beginning. The end. The one that is many.

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    One of the best children's books of all time. My favorite for sure.
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    I had gotten all ready for work, done my make up, and was finishing my coffee... the news of his passing came on the news... I immediately started crying. He's the author of my childhood! This is so sad. He was such an amazing (and famously grumpy) man. His insight and genius were a great gift to our world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaerieDreamer View Post
    George Lindsay, "Goober" from The Andy Griffith Show dies.

    This is sad to me. I remember watching The Andy Griffith Show with my dad when I was a child. I loved Goober as a kid.
    i loved goober too! i was sad to learn of his passing.

    adore

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