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  1. Kevin says:

    Having seen him and heard him speak close-up, my money’s on the booger sugar.

  2. Elspeth Ravenwind says:

    Ding Dong the Brightfartknocker’s dead…

  3. Interrobang says:

    I don’t believe in karma, so my bet’s on untreated diabetes, or entirely too much Colombian marching powder. And while I’m sorry for his family (assuming they could stand him, which I somewhat doubt), the guy was actively evil in the sense that he woke up every morning with the explicit mission of making the world a worse and more hurty place, and so I have nothing nice whatever to say about him.
    Also, too, to quote someone at Balloon Juice on the subject of not speaking ill of the dead? “Remember when Ted Kennedy died and all the wingnuts were respectful? Me either.”

  4. pansypoo says:

    he just didn’t deserve a ‘good’ death. good riddance tho.

  5. scout says:

    Guess all that hate does take it’s toll.
    Oh I could say so much more…

  6. Jimintampa says:

    To paraphrase Mark Twain “I have never wished any man dead, but there have been obituaries I’ve read with approval.” Not quite my thoughts exactly – he was a world class asshole and the world is better with him out of it.

  7. thebewilderness says:

    There are people who make the world a better place by departing it. RIP one of those people.

  8. Drouse says:

    As it would have been said back in the 1800s. It was an excess of bile and bad humors.

  9. Elspeth Ravenwind says:

    Well, now that the #1 in Al-Jackholia has met his demise, time for the new #1 formerly #2 to move up and assume the risk…

  10. Delta says:

    Either his head finally exploded or crazystupid is fatal.

  11. pansypoo says:

    bile overdose.

  12. robertearle says:

    Lawrence O’Donnell had a couple guests on last night who had ‘gone up against’ Breitbart over the years, and both of them as well as O’Donnell himself had relatively nice things to say about him. They didn’t say that what we saw was an act, but rather that he could be much more personable and civil in person and in private. So there’s that…

  13. Brooklyn Girl says:

    “They didn’t say that what we saw was an act, but rather that he could be much more personable and civil in person and in private. So there’s that…”
    Then he was capable of being personable and civil in public, and chose not to be. He was a complete asshole and I, for one, will not miss him.

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