Whitney Houston Dead: Will CBS, Sony Benefit?

There are 29 comments on the Forbes.com story from Feb 12, 2012, titled Whitney Houston Dead: Will CBS, Sony Benefit?. In it, Forbes.com reports that:

Whitney Houston was a phenomenally talented performer.A While her sudden death isA sad, it'sA not shocking.

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“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#21 Feb 14, 2012
smilemj wrote:
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Yes it matters a lot.
Why does it matter?
smilemj

UK

#22 Feb 15, 2012
An NFL Fan wrote:
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Why does it matter?
Because of the possible connections between the drug sellers and someone else.
smilemj

UK

#23 Feb 15, 2012
An NFL Fan wrote:
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unlike you, I won't be duped by an idiotic conspiracy site. Since you have all the answers, kindly state your theories about Sony murdering people.
There're thousands of serious books written by serious people and read by serious people who will open your narrow mind if you only cared to consider other people's researches.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#24 Feb 15, 2012
smilemj wrote:
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Because of the possible connections between the drug sellers and someone else.
Already concocting one of your vaporous theories, Nancy F Drew?

Old Whitney was a notorious, self admitted junky, and your empty, pessimistic notion that pop stars are little more than pawns is ridiculous.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#25 Feb 15, 2012
smilemj wrote:
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There're thousands of serious books written by serious people and read by serious people who will open your narrow mind if you only cared to consider other people's researches.
My educated mind is just fine without reading this sort of nonsense:

http://educate-yourself.org/mc/

Though they adhere to diverse sorts of claptrap, internet nuts are all the same.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#26 Feb 15, 2012
smilemj wrote:
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Because of the possible connections between the drug sellers and someone else.
'someone else'

Thanks for the earthshaking headline.

Since: Mar 10

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#27 Feb 15, 2012
smilemj wrote:
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Because of the possible connections between the drug sellers and someone else.
Drug sellers are only interested in making money from the addict.

They wouldn't have a business without them.

Because Whitney was famous, her death is greatly focused on.

If she was just some crackhead on the street, no one would care.

But you can't totally blame the drug seller for Whitney's death.

It was Whitney who seeked out the drugs that would kill her.

She was the one who smoked the crack or put the needle in her arm.

She made that decision to play with fire like Michael did, right?

It's really too bad that she was that messed up with her talent.

Instead, she became a loser and died in her bath tub at 48 yrs old.

Of course, the music business wants to market her death for sales.

It's because some people will buy her music for the memories.

Just like what they did with Michael when he died in 2009.

It's pathetic that some would put her in a good light now.

All she did was die instead of making great new current music.

In the end, she was just another has been celebrity that fell.

It shouldn't be admired.
Diane Diamonds rottweiler

Horsens, Denmark

#28 Feb 15, 2012
smilemj wrote:
What a surprise.$ony.
Sweet Jebus, f'loonie! Here we go again!

Do you REALLY think that Sony needs to kill their own artists to profit from them? They're one of the biggest companies on the planet. They have a constant income flow from dozens of subsidiaries. That ONE artist happens to get them a tiny bit more income due to her death - on the whole - means nothing at all.

Whitney was going to crack (no pun) eventually. It was a matter of time.

Since: Apr 11

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#29 Feb 15, 2012
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Too early yet, we'll just ahve to wait and see. I just find it quite 'coincidental' that Sony are involved - again.
Michael had a 50 percent stake in Sony.

He profited & his estate still profits off the backs of musicians.

Michael must be just as evil as all the rest of the people in the company. If he really believed Sony was so bad why was he part of the problem? Blood money is blood money.

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