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    We've truly lost a legend. I knew he wasn't long for this world after June passed. I can remember being a little girl and sitting on my dad's knee singing "My name is Sue" with him and laughing because I thought it was the funniest song I'd ever heard.
    Thanks for the lifetime of memories, Mr Cash!!

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    I really didn't expect Johnny cash to live long after June died either......but John Ritter passing is such a shock........That disturbs me a lot........
    Well Johnny is with June...... to both of you, John and Johnny, Peace.

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    On Wednesday, Flar's friend had me listening to a Dallas radio station that played Johnny Cash doing a cover of a Nine Inch Nails song - I always thought he was so cool. He was 71 and while that's still young, more expected than John Ritter, whose comedy I also enjoyed over the years.

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    Wow.. Johnny Cash doesn't overly shock me (I think even he knew he was on his way out)... but John Ritter??? Whoa...
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    I know I will miss them both. Especially John Ritter, I grew up watching his shows and movies.
    I remember the movie "Hero At Large", and "Problem Child" 1+2
    I will miss him.
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    July 12 1965-July 7 2005.
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    A case of the leg jitters has kept me, I groggily head to my computer to check a few things... wow, I wasn't expecting this. Johnny Cash didn't overly shock me, but John Ritter did. 54 is way too young to die. Funny man, he was. And who could forget Johnny? At 71 he lead a full life. Blessings to you both.
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    Truly a great loss to the music world and to the t.v./film industry. I had last heard that Johnny Cash had been released from hospital and went home--I'd no idea that he would be gone so soon. Somehow I think that the loss of June may have quickened his journey. Peace to them both.
    And John Ritter?!? Unbelievable. He always seemed so full of life and humor. I will always remember one bit in the movie Skin Deep when he's walking to his car after his ex-girlfriend has been giving him electrical shocks--and he does this whole Wiley Coyote thing where his body starts to shake all over like he's experiencing an earthquake inside his body. It was a great piece of physical humor. Blessings to his family and prayers for him. He'll be missed.
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    I know its already been posted... but I had to say another Blessing to John Ritter. He was a great actor, and was the reason I watched three's company and special star in so many other shows and films. Such a young age... he'll be remembered


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    Sad, sad day indeed. Cash was indeed has indeed been a great voice for the working class for fifty years. It is a sad day for us all. May his memory live on in honor
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    In honor of Jonny Cash and John Ritter ... Two great losses in one day

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