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      What is your reaction to Whitney Houston's death?

      As I read the tributes and the commentaries on Whitney Houston's death, I am faced with thinking about how I feel, which turns out to be mixed or conflicted. It also leads me to ponder the death of any celebrity versus the death of a non celebrity.

      When I heard that Whitney Houston died, I thought that it is a bit sad because she had so much talent and died at only 48 years of age. Also, her music was the soundtrack to my childhood in the 1980s, and I even went to see her in concert when I was 12 years old. Then I started thinking about how talented she was as a singer and actress and how she was willing to waste her talent and opportunities that very few people have on drugs. Next I thought about the thousands of people everyday who die who have contributed meaning in others' lives but are not celebrities. While any death is sad, I don't feel that Whitney Houston's death is more sad than anyone else's death, and I somewhat resent the media's attention and focus on a woman's death who made decisions to get there sooner than necessary.

      All told, my reaction to Whitney Houston's death is -- sad, but no sadder than any other death, and she played a substantial role in her dying young. Saddest part is her daughter now has no mother, and that highlights the selfishness of Whitney's choices she made through her life despite enormous and fabulous opportunities.

      This is just my opinion, what is your reaction to Whitney Houston's death?
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      Re: What is your reaction to Whitney Houston's death?

      Well i treat is as normal as like other deaths.
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      Re: What is your reaction to Whitney Houston's death?

      I was sad. She never was able to recover from all of the drug use. Especially since it took away her beautiful voice.
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