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#366428 - 02/12/12 10:53 PM 27 is a bad number for Rock 'n Rollers
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Scroll through the slides and keep an eye on that nymber.
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#366430 - 02/12/12 11:14 PM Re: 27 is a bad number for Rock 'n Rollers [Re: fredk]
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Yeah, I was really glad when Regina Spektor turned 28.

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#366435 - 02/12/12 11:51 PM Re: 27 is a bad number for Rock 'n Rollers [Re: CV]
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You need help CV! Medic....JP?

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#366444 - 02/13/12 01:13 AM Re: 27 is a bad number for Rock 'n Rollers [Re: fredk]
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Far too many have died far too young.
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#366451 - 02/13/12 02:52 AM Re: 27 is a bad number for Rock 'n Rollers [Re: fredk]
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Fred, you've never heard of the '27 Club'?
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#366465 - 02/13/12 09:12 AM Re: 27 is a bad number for Rock 'n Rollers [Re: RickF]
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If you're gonna bite the dust in your younger years, 27 and 33 will put you in the best company.

I thought everyone already knew that.
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#366473 - 02/13/12 10:10 AM Re: 27 is a bad number for Rock 'n Rollers [Re: jakewash]
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Originally Posted By: jakewash
Far too many have died far too young.


Hmm, as someone who has had some past experience in this area, perhaps it has something to do with the vocation they chose? The problem is(and it has never changed)that the entertainment business is loaded with far more than its share of "manipulators and bloodsuckers" who take advantage of, in many cases, not particularly bright but perhaps talented and very insecure people who often just make bad decisions.

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