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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicki View Post
    Yep it would, but have they had results from an Autopsy as of yet?
    I think something like a burst appendix would have been obvious to the naked eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Cryo-le View Post
    Her last interview (december 1st) :

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-H_6...layer_embedded

    "Filmed on the same lot as Psycho did anything eerie happen ?"

    "Can I have your hair in my next life ?"

    She's very skinny and in the end it seems as if she's asking to leave and needs some help ?


    Great clip,,,, she looked high...her eyes bulged out of her head bearely any blinking. But she was professional answering questions and posing for all those pics. It was sad to see her walk out the door...
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    Klonopin (anxiety med)
    Ativan (anxiety med)
    Vicoprofen (pain reliever)
    Hydrocodone (pain med)

    Say hello to your accidental overdose.
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    Accidental Combination

    Quote Originally Posted by Nessa View Post
    Klonopin (anxiety med)
    Ativan (anxiety med)
    Vicoprofen (pain reliever)
    Hydrocodone (pain med)

    Say hello to your accidental overdose.
    Why does anyone take this junk ? . I take nothing and I'm fine. Maybe a tylenol if I have a headache. I do 2600 Jumping Jacks a day. 65 reps of 40 Jumping Jacks.I don't miss a day. No one needs to take this crap. They don't do a damn thing for nobody. I understand if you have had surgery and need some pain meds. But after that. You don't need them. When will Americans learn that a bunch of prescription drugs will not solve their problems.? Prescription drugs are not medicine. Healing naturally is the true medicine. This is just tragic. Brittany could have lived to be 80, very easily. I just think people are spoiled and want the easy fix. Just like the fat people who don't want to lose 100 and would rather get it chopped off. I have 40 pounds to lose and am working my tail off to use it the old- fashioned way. Exercise and calorie-reduction. R.I.P. Brittany

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    Topamax is a seizure medication that may be taken to prevent migraines.
    Propranolol is a heart med. to lowed blood pressure but also to prevent migraines. I take both meds.
    It is possible that she had a bad migraine and had a type of stroke.

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    I take Klonopin for anxiety. Panic attack, out of control anxiety. When you need it, take it. It's not fun to freak out and be unable to get yourself under control.
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    Quote Originally Posted by james1977 View Post
    Why does anyone take this junk ? . I take nothing and I'm fine. Maybe a tylenol if I have a headache. I do 2600 Jumping Jacks a day. 65 reps of 40 Jumping Jacks.I don't miss a day. No one needs to take this crap. They don't do a damn thing for nobody. I understand if you have had surgery and need some pain meds. But after that. You don't need them. When will Americans learn that a bunch of prescription drugs will not solve their problems.? Prescription drugs are not medicine. Healing naturally is the true medicine. This is just tragic. Brittany could have lived to be 80, very easily. I just think people are spoiled and want the easy fix. Just like the fat people who don't want to lose 100 and would rather get it chopped off. I have 40 pounds to lose and am working my tail off to use it the old- fashioned way. Exercise and calorie-reduction. R.I.P. Brittany

    I wish it was that easy, but sometimes a person needs to go on medication in order to live a productive pain free life. This goes along with watching my diet, working out. I also avoid extreme bright light.
    A tylenol does not take away my headaches, you are very lucky that you dont get migraines.

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    According to the notes, the medications included Topamax (anti-seizure meds also to prevent migraines), Methylprednisolone (anti-inflammatory), Fluoxetine (depression med), Klonopin (anxiety med), Carbamazepine (treats Diabetic symptoms and is also a bipolar med), Ativan (anxiety med), Vicoprofen (pain reliever), Propranolol (hypertension, used to prevent heart attacks), Biaxin (antibiotic), Hydrocodone (pain med) and miscellaneous vitamins.



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    i was thinkin way tooo many anti depressants n brain chemical mood changing drugs for such a small woman with conditions

    on that many pills if im sayin if a person was to consume booze with all that n if just if anyparty social rare drug added to that pile of pills man i gots diabetis n i take pills n i luvz mah beers

    like i said be fore theres ppl that have everything wrong n live for ever but then im not a teeenee tinee woman n i eat very well

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    Just to add this little bit: I take propranolol myself for blood pressure, since 1990. It's also used for stage fright and other anxiety-related stuff because it slows and makes your heartbeat.. well, softer. It was also in the news a couple years ago for being used in post-traumatic stress disorder to reduce the stress of painful memories, so it got dubbed 'the forgetting pill' or something, and people of course started drawing the conclusion that simply taking it removed bad memories.

    And I've taken prednisone... as has my mom. It works great to reduce swelling of things like breathing passages, but it has nasty side effects including a complete inability to sleep, in the right dose. I had to personally get my mom hospitalized after she didn't sleep for over a week and she started talking nonsense and losing touch with reality.

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    Prednisone is very well known for making one bat shit crazy
    I told my lawyer he's better step it up or we would both end up on an episode of "SNAPPED"

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    Poor thing. RIP Brittany
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    I have just one word,,,,,SHOCKED!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by james1977 View Post
    Why does anyone take this junk ? . I take nothing and I'm fine. Maybe a tylenol if I have a headache. I do 2600 Jumping Jacks a day. 65 reps of 40 Jumping Jacks.I don't miss a day. No one needs to take this crap. They don't do a damn thing for nobody. I understand if you have had surgery and need some pain meds. But after that. You don't need them. When will Americans learn that a bunch of prescription drugs will not solve their problems.? Prescription drugs are not medicine. Healing naturally is the true medicine. This is just tragic. Brittany could have lived to be 80, very easily. I just think people are spoiled and want the easy fix. Just like the fat people who don't want to lose 100 and would rather get it chopped off. I have 40 pounds to lose and am working my tail off to use it the old- fashioned way. Exercise and calorie-reduction. R.I.P. Brittany
    I often wonder about the shopping list of drugs that Americans appear to keep at home. I have panadol and asprin. In fact I use the asprin to add to water before putting cut flowers in a vase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by james1977 View Post
    Why does anyone take this junk ? . I take nothing and I'm fine. Maybe a tylenol if I have a headache. I do 2600 Jumping Jacks a day. 65 reps of 40 Jumping Jacks.I don't miss a day. No one needs to take this crap. They don't do a damn thing for nobody. I understand if you have had surgery and need some pain meds. But after that. You don't need them. When will Americans learn that a bunch of prescription drugs will not solve their problems.? Prescription drugs are not medicine. Healing naturally is the true medicine. This is just tragic. Brittany could have lived to be 80, very easily. I just think people are spoiled and want the easy fix. Just like the fat people who don't want to lose 100 and would rather get it chopped off. I have 40 pounds to lose and am working my tail off to use it the old- fashioned way. Exercise and calorie-reduction. R.I.P. Brittany

    Some people do need them unfortunately. When you don't take them as prescribed you run into problems, plain and simple. It sounds like this girl just had a horrible death.

    Just so sad for her family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by insanejeff View Post
    So he knew what was going on... the shower trick as depicted in entertainment is to awaken/revive drunks and druggies. I think it's gonna end up just being a dangerous combo of some of those prescriptions that did her in. That's why people are supposed to stick with one doctor and/or one prescription history at one pharmacy.

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    Yes, putting someone in the shower isn't standard first aid practice. It's more one of those movie myths to revive someone who has overdosed. This is beginning to look more and more like a Heath Ledger-style prescription drugs tragedy. It will be interesting to hear the 911 call.

    Also there doesn't seem to be medication to treat diabetes in the list.

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    My guess is that the Propranolol - which is a beta blocker that slows down your heart rhythm (I take it for my heart also) and the combo of Vicodin and the flu is what did her in... slower heart beat+ painkiller that makes it harder to breathe+ the flu..... that's just my guess...

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Cryo-le View Post
    This is beginning to look more and more like a Heath Ledger-style prescription drugs tragedy. It will be interesting to hear the 911 call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knothere View Post
    i was thinkin way tooo many anti depressants n brain chemical mood changing drugs for such a small woman with conditions

    on that many pills if im sayin if a person was to consume booze with all that n if just if anyparty social rare drug added to that pile of pills man i gots diabetis n i take pills n i luvz mah beers
    The report said that these pills were found in the home in her Mother and Husband's name as well. It doesn't say what was prescribed to who or how old it was. I agree with whoever said they tend to keep medication after they don't take it anymore. I have antibiotics in my cabinet from several years ago. (And FYI medications tend to last longer than the drug companies tell you.)

    I thought it was drug related at first, too, but I am witholding judgement. It sounds like it was just some freak thing from a natural condition she had complicated by flu. As much of an a-hole as her husband is, it sounds like he may have genuinely loved her.


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    Also, I don't think that just because he tried to revive her in the shower means that he KNEW she was overdosing. I think it was the act of someone who is not trained in first aid doing what they can think of to wake someone up...


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    Quote Originally Posted by neilmpenny View Post
    I often wonder about the shopping list of drugs that Americans appear to keep at home. I have panadol and asprin. In fact I use the asprin to add to water before putting cut flowers in a vase.
    Same Here Neil
    We have Paracetamol (panadol) an analgesic or Ibuprofen (an anti-inflammatory) and perhaps some Andrews for indigestion, in the medicine cupboard.

    A friend of mine was addicted to Lem-Sip and would drink it instead of tea (He was a wild one!!)

    i am sorry for this girl.
    as someone said a little earlier she always looked like she needed a bath to me.

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    I find it kind of ironic that in the clip of her last interview, there is a bathroom sign over her shoulder.

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    This is to James1977:

    You say: "I take nothing and I'm fine."

    I appreciate that--you're very lucky.

    The number of things that go wrong with a person's body which require medication are almost infinite. Your lack of needing meds has nothing to do with anyone else needing meds.

    I think it's awesome that you can do so many jumping jacks and are on a successful weight-loss regimen. That's a really creative way to lose weight and I hope you will keep posting on your progress.

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    Wow, Scott put her FAD fast! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsjustme View Post
    She look quite glassy eyed in this clip. Especially in the beginning. But I may look that way too if I had hundreds of flashes going off in my face, so I don't know if it's even a fair observation. She doesn't look any thinner then I have seen her in the past. She seemed like a very sweet girl. Poor thing.

    She doesn't look any thinner, but her eyes are puffy and almost haunted.

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    I am really hoping maybe it is from natural causes. I hate to see such a talented actress become another hollywood statistic(or however it's spelled). I am hoping she has found her peace, and that her family will find peace with this. This year has been a bad year with celeb deaths, young ones even.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysterygoddess1978 View Post
    She doesn't look any thinner, but her eyes are puffy and almost haunted.
    They really do don't they! My eyes go like that after a really tough week with barely any sleep, and then I spend the whole weekend in my bed!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perdi View Post
    They really do don't they! My eyes go like that after a really tough week with barely any sleep, and then I spend the whole weekend in my bed!!!

    Yep I know that feeling, this week especially....working on getting everything done end up having late nights and early mornings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nessa View Post
    I take Klonopin for anxiety. Panic attack, out of control anxiety. When you need it, take it. It's not fun to freak out and be unable to get yourself under control.
    Amen. I have Ativan with me at all times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luanne View Post
    Amen. I have Ativan with me at all times.
    Me too!
    I take my anti anxiety meds only when I need it. I am afraid I'll become dependent on it. I just take enough to bring me back to normal.
    I hope Brittany's death isn't drug and eating disorder related, but hollywooditis has been running rampant lately.

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    Such a sad death. She really was an extremely talent lady.
    I'm with everyone else, really hope its not drug related but definately get wiffs of leadger.

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    Sounds like she had been so sick in the week or so preceeding her death that she just may have taken more pills then she realized. When your feeling that bad it is easy to keep count at times. Whatever the situation I'm betting to many meds is going to be a part of it. Plus one medical examiner on a news show this morning was speculating that some of the drugs were ordered under other names such as Michael Jacksons were. Still it is just speculation.

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    This is looking like a Heath Ledger situation, if I remember correctly Heath was also sick with the Flu or Phneumonia (sp)? at the time of his passing. Seems like the same kind of meds that were found with Heath was also found at Brittany Murphy"s.

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    Any news of when Funeral Services may be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by knothere View Post
    According to the notes, the medications included Topamax (anti-seizure meds also to prevent migraines), Methylprednisolone (anti-inflammatory), Fluoxetine (depression med), Klonopin (anxiety med), Carbamazepine (treats Diabetic symptoms and is also a bipolar med), Ativan (anxiety med), Vicoprofen (pain reliever), Propranolol (hypertension, used to prevent heart attacks), Biaxin (antibiotic), Hydrocodone (pain med) and miscellaneous vitamins.



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    i was thinkin way tooo many anti depressants n brain chemical mood changing drugs for such a small woman with conditions

    on that many pills if im sayin if a person was to consume booze with all that n if just if anyparty social rare drug added to that pile of pills man i gots diabetis n i take pills n i luvz mah beers

    like i said be fore theres ppl that have everything wrong n live for ever but then im not a teeenee tinee woman n i eat very well
    Carbamazepine is widely known as the brand Tegretol, which has been associated with anti-epileptic drug therapy for the better part of thirty years. So maybe she had a seizure disorder? That with the Topamax is very interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicki View Post
    Any news of when Funeral Services may be?
    According to ABC funeral arrangements have not been announced yet. I'm wondering where she will be buried?

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    When SNL Killed with a Brittany Murphy Gag

    Couldn't find the clip, but here's a description:





    Comedy is all in the timing. As a Saturday Night Live bit about Brittany Murphy, who died Sunday, sadly proves.

    Two weekends ago, SNL used Murphy's reported firing from the thriller The Caller as material for a "Weekend Update" gag.

    The segment saw a loopy Murphy, played by Abby Elliott, interrupt anchorman Seth Meyers with her "best plan ever," yelling "Boo!" at the movie's premiere.
    Oh, and the SNL Murphy was so out of it that the actress, who hosted the late-night show back in her 2002 prime, thought she was hosting again.
    The line got a laugh. Because two weekends ago it was funny.

    UPDATE: The video has since been pulled down.

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    YouTube clip - From CBS News online

    After the sudden death of actress Brittany Murphy, forensic pathologist Cyril Wecht spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about the prescription drugs found in the actress's home and the possible cause of death.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=wusna-SN2PA


    His money's on multi drug combo overdose, of course eh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nali View Post
    Couldn't find the clip, but here's a description:





    Comedy is all in the timing. As a Saturday Night Live bit about Brittany Murphy, who died Sunday, sadly proves.

    Two weekends ago, SNL used Murphy's reported firing from the thriller The Caller as material for a "Weekend Update" gag.

    The segment saw a loopy Murphy, played by Abby Elliott, interrupt anchorman Seth Meyers with her "best plan ever," yelling "Boo!" at the movie's premiere.
    Oh, and the SNL Murphy was so out of it that the actress, who hosted the late-night show back in her 2002 prime, thought she was hosting again.
    The line got a laugh. Because two weekends ago it was funny.

    UPDATE: The video has since been pulled down.
    I read on other boards that THIS impression made her sad and is one of the reasons why she died. That's bullshit. I laughed at that too, but I'm pretty sure Abby Elliott feels abit bad about it since it's still a fresh jab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nessa View Post
    I take Klonopin for anxiety. Panic attack, out of control anxiety. When you need it, take it. It's not fun to freak out and be unable to get yourself under control.
    I heartily agree. That's what the drugs are for, after all...to help us when just being "strong" doesn't quite cut it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Luanne View Post
    Amen. I have Ativan with me at all times.
    Ditto--for me, it's Valium. I don't take it often--maybe 2-3 times/month, but when I need it, I NEED it. Period. And it works. And it helps.

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    Perez Hilton's Eerie Prediction

    Brittany Murphy: Anorexia, Drug Overdose, & Perez Hilton‚??s Eerie Prediction

    by Ashley Ann in People, December 22, 2009

    On December 20, 2009 Brittany Murphy suffered a heart attack and passed away at the age of 32.
    more...







    And to make things eerie according to The Examiner, Perez Hilton on December 7, 2009, went on AJ in the Morning, the popular San Diego based, nationally broadcasted radio station, and declared that the actress would be dead by the end of the year, stating that she would have a tragic ending as did the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, who died June 25 this year.
    Murphy was found collapsed in her shower in her Hollywood Hills home....





    Perez Hilton is brutal, but that's why I read his site (junk food for the brain). Laughs and rarely some actual information about something. Guess he had her in his death pool eh?

    I've seen a few of her movies, most notably "Spun". High-larious movie, but admittedly not the best example of good acting but a good example of a great movie soundtrack. I'm actually kinda surprised I haven't seen more photos from that film used in reference to the actress' supposed drug use...



    Whatever happened to this young woman, RIP Brittany
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    Murphy Denies Drug Use, Perez Hilton & Father Comment on Death

    Over the years, Ms Murphy has been forced to deny rumours both about illegal drug use and serious eating disorders. As for the former, she told the now-defunct Jane magazine in 2005, that reports of her using cocaine were "pretty darned far-fetched". She added: "I am also way too high-strung. I can't even take a Sudafed. Can you imagine? My God. I think my heart would explode. I mean, literally."

    The Hollywood writer Michael Adams recalled that in a 2002 interview, Ms Murphy told him that she had a serious heart condition. He said he asked the same question about drug abuse. "She laughed and said even if she wanted to she couldn't take (illegal substances) because she'd had a heart condition since she was a little girl."
    The celebrity blogger Perez Hilton similarly expressed his sadness over her death, but added that he had not been entirely surprised. He wrote: "Absolutely devastating. Especially because this comes as no surprise. We, and those who knew Brittany personally, saw this coming."
    Angelo Bertolotti, her father, who lives in Florida, told the Associated Press he was stunned to learn of her death. "She was just an absolute doll since she was born," he said. "Her personality was always outward. Everybody loved her ‚?? people that made movies with her ... she was just a regular gal."
    From: The Independent

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    Did She Use Drugs? On Screen YES!

    On-Screen Drug Use

    Murphy appeared in numerous films and TV shows in which drug use played a role. Here are some examples:

    Clueless (1995): Murphy portrays Tai, the new girl in an exclusive rich girl's clique who, and unlike her new friends, clearly has a lot of experience with drug use. In one scene, she asks for "coke" and is given Coca-Cola.


    Bongwater (1997): Murphy starred with Alicia Witt, Luke Wilson and Jack Black in this romantic comedy about a pot dealer.


    Girl Interrupted (1999): Murphy plays a troubled girl in a mental institution who is hooked on valium and suffers from an eating disorder.


    Spun (2002): Murphy stars with Patrick Fugit and Jason Schwartzman in this visceral, intense story about a group of meth addicts..

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    Quote Originally Posted by james1977 View Post
    Why does anyone take this junk ? . I take nothing and I'm fine. Maybe a tylenol if I have a headache. I do 2600 Jumping Jacks a day. 65 reps of 40 Jumping Jacks.I don't miss a day. No one needs to take this crap. They don't do a damn thing for nobody. I understand if you have had surgery and need some pain meds. But after that. You don't need them. When will Americans learn that a bunch of prescription drugs will not solve their problems.? Prescription drugs are not medicine. Healing naturally is the true medicine. This is just tragic. Brittany could have lived to be 80, very easily. I just think people are spoiled and want the easy fix. Just like the fat people who don't want to lose 100 and would rather get it chopped off. I have 40 pounds to lose and am working my tail off to use it the old- fashioned way. Exercise and calorie-reduction. R.I.P. Brittany
    Well, young mr james, consider yourself lucky. Without ativan I wouldn't leave my house. Without amitriptyline and lithium someone would be dead.
    Ever had a life altering injury, young mr james? Get back to me when that happens.

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    Cool, I should check these out! Peace...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nali View Post
    On-Screen Drug Use

    Murphy appeared in numerous films and TV shows in which drug use played a role. Here are some examples:

    Clueless (1995): Murphy portrays Tai, the new girl in an exclusive rich girl's clique who, and unlike her new friends, clearly has a lot of experience with drug use. In one scene, she asks for "coke" and is given Coca-Cola.


    Bongwater (1997): Murphy starred with Alicia Witt, Luke Wilson and Jack Black in this romantic comedy about a pot dealer.


    Girl Interrupted (1999): Murphy plays a troubled girl in a mental institution who is hooked on valium and suffers from an eating disorder.


    Spun (2002): Murphy stars with Patrick Fugit and Jason Schwartzman in this visceral, intense story about a group of meth addicts..

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    Gesss only 32

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissJames View Post
    My guess is that the Propranolol - which is a beta blocker that slows down your heart rhythm (I take it for my heart also) and the combo of Vicodin and the flu is what did her in... slower heart beat+ painkiller that makes it harder to breathe+ the flu..... that's just my guess...

    I also take Propranolol but for migraines and to lower my blood pressure.
    I have taken Vicodin with it without a problem but I will check with my doctor if needed in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herekittykitty View Post
    I'm still going with ventricular fib.
    I'm sticking with my diabetic ketoacidosis

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    YouTube - Nobody Does it Better.avi

    Ive always loved her in this movie, and who doesnt love Carly Simon?

    RIP Brittany

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paige B View Post
    I'm sticking with my diabetic ketoacidosis

    This has my vote too if she was hospitalized in August because of hypogylcemia.... she may not have gotten her sugars regulated. Vomiting, dehydration, deep gasping breathing, confusion and occasionally coma are typical symptoms.... it sounds like she had all of these symptoms.... it's sad because had she gotten to the hospital in time, she could have been saved. (If this is what took her life)

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    It's funny the way little bits and pieces start coming out about these tragedies. My first course in a panic would be to call 911, not stick her in the shower.

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