Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by optimusprime42, Aug 6, 2011.
i love lucy is on hallmark channel and movies on TMC
happy 100 lucy
Does it still count as a birthday if she died 20 years ago?
Watching the I love Lucy marathon right now. Happy Birthday Rhode Island Red.
This thread has some splainin to do
it woulda been her 100th birthday yesterday. watch the long,long trailer funny
But it wasn't. Because she's dead.
And at what point do we stop commemorating when it 'would have been' some famous person's birthday, if not for the inconvenient fact that they died? On this date in 2061, is there going to be an article on msn.com about how it would have been Lucy's 150th birthday? Does it stop once the hypothetical birthdays pass the average life expectancy, in which case we should have stopped commemorating Lucy's theoretical birthdays in roughly 1992? Or does it stop when the deceased celebrity passes the generally accepted maximum human lifespan, in which case the Lucy-related commemorations will stop in roughly 2031?
tell that to the people of jamestown NY
Lucile Ball, feeding worms since 1989.
Lord, I apologize.
Great actors never die.
It's funny because a lot of the people here weren't even alive when she was around, or were too young to have even known who she was.
I use to watch "I Love Lucy" so I know who she is. She was ok, I just wasn't a huge fan.
I love that one movie, Yours, Mine and Ours. The Kids got here drunk. Then they remade it with Dennkis Quaid. More alacohoal please.
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