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Jan 10 2013, 06:55 PM
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I can understand, "hey, it's Cassie's birthday, I'm going to the cemetary to put flowers on her grave, do you want to come?"
- Jan 10 2013, 01:13 PM
- Sammie Jo
- Jan 10 2013, 10:21 AM
- Jan 10 2013, 01:52 AM
- Jan 10 2013, 01:30 AM
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IMO it's because Cassie was Sharon's daughter, not Nick's. If Cassie was a Newman, not a child Sharon had with another man, it would not
be such hatred. SMH. People transferring their hate for Sharon onto her daughter. :fp2:
again with the "hate", baloney, just sick of it, every damn year. I would feel the same about any character who was dead for years and was still getting birthday celebrations.
Nobody is "transferring" anything.
I guess the only beef I'd have with it is that it seems to be the only major death that is celebrated on the show regularly. We don't see the Abbotts celebrating John's birthday for example well, they don't need to b/c he appears so often! What about Dru? or Colleen? I wouldn't mind other deceased characters get some attn as well. Spread the love. Doesnt have to be every year but a mention every so often wouldn't hurt. I wouldn't mind if Billy, in this current feud, brought up that Victor wouldn't be alive if not for Colleen's heart...somethng like that.
I can understand why they do keep Cassie at the forefront tho. Her death resulted in the downfall of one of the biggest supercouples on the show.
Not, badgering Noah like he was committing the sin of the century by not going, not baking cookies and all the rest of the drama that went with it.
I have a friend whose baby died at 3 weeks old, back in 88, and he still goes once a year to the grave, but he does not go with his ex wife. She goes when she goes, and he goes when he goes, once in awhile they run into each other.