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Actor Anne Heche 'not expected to survive' after crash: U.S. media

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She has died.

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Terribly sad way to finish a life with so much success, in the middle of scandal and gossip.

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Why do they describe her as an actor? Actress, surely!

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They turned off her life support. She totally wrecked the house she hit and the resident lost everything she owned including treasured photos.

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Sad that she lost her life as a result of a drugs/alcohol induced car crash. Fortunately, the owner of the home into which she crashed and caused a major fire was not injured.

Ms Heche had a troubled life, rife with alcohol/drug related crises. A sad ending indeed.

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BertieWooster

Today 04:03 pm JST

Why do they describe her as an actor? Actress, surely!

This is the new world now everything has to be neutral now.

Everything has to now be "gender neutral" or "non-binary".

In certain countries using the incorrect word can actually get you in legal trouble.

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I don’t feel a great deal of sympathy for her, her family yes but her end was self inflicted. Her innocent victim who has lost a home and irreplaceable items and memories is far more deserving of concern and sympathy.

Wonder if her family will offer to recompense her victim?

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If if you’re messed up, from the look of that RingCamera video, she knew what she was doing. She accomplished her mission. Seems like she could have found somewhere else to do it.

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Well, as sad as it is, she was the one that drove drunk, high and fast. She made the decision to take her life on that tragic path, she crashed into a house, destroying it and now traumatizing a family for years to come, she was lucky she didn’t kill anyone else otherwise, she would have been charged with various crimes and now she left 2 young boys without a mother. Hope the people in that house recover and I’ll be praying for the 2 boys to find some comfort and inner peace.

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Lemme get it straight here. We are talking… both citizens. Both News for "intentional" drugs. Both sad situations. One major fire. One russian judge. Can't put a finger on it but are you sayin… "International" Drugs are bad?

Sad that she lost her life as a result of a drugs/alcohol induced car crash. Fortunately, the owner of the home into which she crashed and caused a major fire

She intentionally attempted to smuggle the illegal drugs into the country. Foolish choice that results in harsh punishment. Don't feel sorry for her.

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AntiquesavingAug. 13  06:50 pm JST

BertieWooster

Today 04:03 pm JST

Why do they describe her as an actor? Actress, surely!

This is the new world now everything has to be neutral now.

Everything has to now be "gender neutral" or "non-binary".

In certain countries using the incorrect word can actually get you in legal trouble.

It's always has been 'actress' for the feminine. Just like Hispanics are Latinos and Latinas, or Philippine people are Filipinos and Filipinas. Duke and duchess. Hero, heroine. Blame our own language for that. And French, Spanish have masculine and feminine forms of nouns and the word 'the'. German has masculine, feminine, neutral forms of the word 'the'.

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It's always has been 'actress' for the feminine. Just like Hispanics are Latinos and Latinas, or Philippine people are Filipinos and Filipinas. Duke and duchess. Hero, heroine. Blame our own language for that. And French, Spanish have masculine and feminine forms of nouns and the word 'the'. German has masculine, feminine, neutral forms of the word 'the'.

Very different as far as the English language is concern, what these woke celebs want to create unnecessary new categories that never previously existed and were of now concern to anyone, in many of the old languages that historically needed to make a distinction between masculine, feminine and neuter have always been the norm with its strict verbal and written adherence to them, English changes and simplifies a lot of that to a very simple, quick and easier way to communicate and now these woke people want to bog it down non-binary and gender neutral words? There is zero reason for this, not to this level at least.

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englisc aspyrgendAug. 13  07:12 pm JST

Wonder if her family will offer to recompense her victim?

I think that the lawyers and insurance companies will decide that.

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People should care rather more about the victims here, who lost their home and possessions.

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RIP

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bass4funkAug. 14  05:06 pm JST

It's always has been 'actress' for the feminine. Just like Hispanics are Latinos and Latinas, or Philippine people are Filipinos and Filipinas. Duke and duchess. Hero, heroine. Blame our own language for that. And French, Spanish have masculine and feminine forms of nouns and the word 'the'. German has masculine, feminine, neutral forms of the word 'the'.

Very different as far as the English language is concern, what these woke celebs want to create unnecessary new categories that never previously existed and were of now concern to anyone, in many of the old languages that historically needed to make a distinction between masculine, feminine and neuter have always been the norm with its strict verbal and written adherence to them, English changes and simplifies a lot of that to a very simple, quick and easier way to communicate and now these woke people want to bog it down non-binary and gender neutral words? There is zero reason for this, not to this level at least.

I agree. It's crazy. Those gender terms have always existed as far I remember. But what gets me is, there are physical traits to men and women (body shape and organs, no need to explain that) and females are softer and tender to the touch while males are generally heavier and 'tougher' to the touch. These things are what draws most people to the opposite of their physical gender. It's biology. Homosexuality is also natural by genes in some people (and a few animal species), but it is not a choice. 'Trans' I don't understand but if a person feels that, then get the surgery and you ARE. For sure.

This pronoun biz makes no sense to me. I can basically tell a man from a woman just by looking at them, regardless of sexuality. And as for this 'them' / 'their' pronoun stuff, I only see one person there. And some of these celebs lke Demi Lovato are 'switching pronouns' like elementary school kids who pretend they're one thing today and something else the next. I know what and who I'm seeing. I haven't been drunk for decades, I haven't had double vision for ages.

We are all male or female, straight, gay, bi. And everybody is one person.

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Very odd of JT not to change the headline when she is already dead. She did not survive and sad for her two children.

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Drugs, drinking, and driving can be a lethal cocktail as in this case. Sad and irresponsible. Actions have consequences.

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starpunk

I agree. It's crazy. Those gender terms have always existed as far I remember. But what gets me is, there are physical traits to men and women (body shape and organs, no need to explain that)

You do realize that these days you get censored and kicked out from Big Tech social media by saying something like this? Check out what happened to Rowlings, Peterson and many others. Wokism in the West is going insane.

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