Celebrities' strange final wishes
Your will is the last time you get to tell people what to do. Here are some celebrities and not-so-famous folks who used their wills for some pretty wild requests.
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What a useless article, and a blatant attempt to get people to use your crummy search engine. Why make a list that tells us to search for stuff? I've seen better articles on Bleacher Report.
This article should have been titled "MSN's Strange Wish to Piss off Readers and make You Click and Search thru Eighteen Worthless Slides of Trivia on a slow News Day to drive web hits to Bing."
MSN ... why do you make it so HARD to READ an article..? What's the point? Advertising..? Come on, how about being READER friendly... you will end up loosing us... someone will make a page without all the nonsense.
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