Farewell Mr. Clark

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Stripermann2
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Farewell Mr. Clark

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America's oldest teenager dead at 82. I like many others, grew up watching this legend...rest in peace Dick Clark.

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remember my older sis making me sit through band stand, I wanted to watch the rifleman....RIP Dick...
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Rest in Peace Dick Clark , you will be missed .
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Seems no matter how old he got, He never aged a day.
I have fond memories of watching his shows. An Icon has gone home.
R.I.P. We will miss you.
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Watched him every day after school when I was a teen - that's more than 50 years ago. Great show and always had the latest groups - and the regular kids there were fun to watch and get to know.

RIP Dick - you touched an entire generation.
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he touched mine too, im almost 36 but I remember watching the shows as a lil man, Mom claims something that im not sure of yet but family backs it up, looking to see if he was a resident of allentown PA still. RIP Clark!! A real true american Icon... it may be true, my dad was from mount vernon. Met my mom, considering the age it could be true, LOL. even my honest good aunt swears by it...who knows. sounds neat anyway. sad to see him go...

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