Which famous person do you miss the most??

@Rittings (673)
February 4, 2007 9:40am CST
I know that some are pretty unoticeable when they pass away etc... But some are just completely irreplaceable in our lives. I miss so many different famous people from my life. I miss the fact that there will never be anymore new clips of Steve Irwin doing some crazy thing that makes me laugh and leaves me nervous at the same time! crikey!! I miss John Ritter (8 simple rules and 3's company). No more new episodes with Paul Hennessey acting like a psycho dad! Pretty scary how he died and how sudden and shocking it was also. I miss Pat Morita (Mr. Miaghi from Karate Kid). You would occassionaly see him in a TV show and quote "wax on, wax off", but they will no longer happen... sad.. We will no longer have any new songs from Luther Vandross either. Such a talent, and I always question why God has to take the most talented first??? All part of the bigger plan I guess, but we still will miss them. So you do you miss the most? And why?
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@deathlord (234)
• India
4 Feb 07
I miss my grandmom the most.She is so good and famous in India.She is the first women to give blood for the ill people .She is a women of many words.......!!!!!!!!
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@camille101 (1027)
• United Arab Emirates
5 Feb 07
I miss Robert de Niro, he's just an awesome talent in the movie industry. I admired him for his versatility and me and my family had always eager to watched his movies. He's one of a kind.
@Outsider (42)
• Canada
5 Feb 07
For me it would have to be John Lennon. Given the fact so many others like him who were once considered "past their prime" by a huge majority of critics; David Bowie, Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne, Kiss and The Rolling Stones to name but a few; have come back to produce some of their finest material and hugely expand their audiences over the course of the past two-and-a-half decades... one has to wonder what might have happened should such a creative genius as John Lennon been given that right to life. I sadly miss what might have been.
@Rittings (673)
5 Feb 07
You are so spot on. Well educated answer and to boot one of my all time favourite musicians. Lennon was controversial when he said the Beatles were bigger than Jesus, but he was only being honest! Let's face it, they appealed to people of all religions, and therefore they were bigger in that aspect!! But Lennon was simply THE legend. In the word's of the master himself he stated in his song "God" - "I don't believe in Elvis, I don't believe in Zimmerman, I don't believe in Jesus, I don't believe in Buddha, I don't Believe in Beatles, I just believe in me". Forget Presley, Lennon was far more complex, and just pure genius... Presley was a good-looking three-chord song man. Lennon was political, socialogical and most of all... he was musical.
• India
5 Feb 07
honestly speaking man....i do not miss any famous person as of now...............sorry........but i m true with my answer.
@Rittings (673)
5 Feb 07
It's fine mate. We all have our own opinions. I recognize and respect that totally dude.
@fizzytom (754)
• Maribor, Slovenia
5 Feb 07
Audrey Hepburn - a Hollywood star with a bit of class and a lot of style. She makes the current crop look like nobodies
• United States
10 Feb 07
your post reminded me also of Kathrine Hepburn..do I have that right? I last saw her in that Warren Beatty/Annette Benning film, "The Affair," was that it? She was Beatty's aunt, grandma? in that movie, and she was so beautiful and so gracious and wise. I know that was just a part she played, but I can't help thinking she was really like that. Always a twinkle in her eye, like she knew stuff we had no idea of. You're right, there will never be anyone that will come close to these ladies.
@byfaithonly (10716)
• United States
4 Feb 07
There are so many I don't know I could list them all here, including all you mentioned. I can say very positively though the "person" although not famous to the world but famous to me that I miss the most is my niece Hanna. From birth she suffered with heart problems but she always had a smile on her face, and was a blessing to anyone who was lucky enough to know her. She passed away at the age of 15 and I didn't understand it at first but finially figured it out. She had done her work here on earth and God was rewarding her - she's in heaven with no problems at all now.
@Rittings (673)
5 Feb 07
Aw that's so so sad. My heart goes out to you. I really appreciate you sharing that with us. I know how it feels to lose a family member, though I have two nieces and cannot imagine either of them not being here anymore. All my sympathies honey. I am so glad that you felt blessed by knowing her, and am so pleased that your faith has comforted you. You are a true piece of sunshine. :) Love and light.
• United States
10 Feb 07
I just wanted to thank you for liking my response. I was going to respond to your response, but I wasn't quite able to do it, so I'll do it this way. Thank you for posting such an interesting post, too!
@sunita64 (6472)
• India
5 Feb 07
Well I am surprised how one can miss people whom a person is not related, anyway I never miss any famous person, I miss my father who left us 4 years back.
• India
5 Feb 07
i am studying in high sschool. i miss my class mates who were with me for 12 yrs in my junior school.;
• India
5 Feb 07
not only i we(the indians) really miss the gandhi bcoz we deadly need him for support to fight corruption and terrorism with peace full ness ( ahimsa). one more person is swamy vivekanandha bcoz no one loves india as much he loves.
@RAMONES (537)
• Belgium
5 Feb 07
Joey Ramone, DeeDee Ramone, and Johnny Ramone are 3 guys I miss a lot... Their music is still there but it is sad they are no longer amongst us, because they could have made a lot more of great 2 minute songs!
5 Feb 07
I miss so many famous people but one that stands out for me is the legend hat is Joe Strummer of the clash :) a legend of music and political views. He has inspired my music tastes and my veiws on the world "people can chnage anythung they want to" Many Thanks Rob
@venigalla (191)
• India
5 Feb 07
as u said is correct that we always miss the persons which are very much effectionately with us as our parents say that they left us here lonely & went to greater heights
@sunilkonda (1215)
• India
5 Feb 07
i miss 2 persons,1 is mahatma gandhi father of our nation(India) and swami vivekananda(a monk)..mahatma Gandhi was a great freedom fighter of our country who got freedom from the british rule using his own special only weapon non-violence and swami vviekananda was the greatest wandering monk of our country who made Indian spirituality and cultre well known to all over the world with his great speeches at Parilament of religions at Chicago in 1893...
5 Feb 07
I am with you on this, the thought that Steve Irwin wont be on our screens showing us what a brave a herioc man he is and what a loving family man should be like is a little scary and 100% sad!!! Its a shame that the saying is true "The Good Die Young"
• Pakistan
5 Feb 07
She isn't famous but she is the heroine of my life. I miss my girl friend alot and I really love and miss her alot every second and every moment. Her memories are always running in my mind.
@abhiquest (580)
• India
5 Feb 07
I miss Mahatma Gandhi. He is still such a relevant person to have in our present times.
• India
5 Feb 07
Hai dude, I feel I miss Mother Theresa the most. She is most lovable person in the world. I tried to meet her a lot of times but unfortunately I missed her a lot.