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RIP Dick Clark

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SonjaMarie
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RIP Dick Clark

Post by SonjaMarie » Thu April 19th, 2012, 2:01 am

The world's oldest teenager has died at the age of 82, may he rest in peace!

http://www.tv.com/news/dick-clark-dies-at-age-82-28424/

My mom danced on his show when it was originally in Philly and I used to watch his show, American Bandstand, when I was a kid and teenager, and I enjoyed his blooper's shows, and of course New's Year Eve was always his night, even when he had a stroke he still was a presence. He will be missed.

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Post by LoveHistory » Thu April 19th, 2012, 8:04 pm

RIP Mr. Clark. I'm hearing the Bandstand theme in my head. I loved the Bloopers shows too!

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