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Billy Mays Michael Jackson
Debate Score:25
Arguments:14
Total Votes:28
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 Billy Mays (10)
 
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Who are you going to miss more and why?

I believe this debate is self-explanatory.

Billy Mays

Side Score: 18
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Michael Jackson

Side Score: 7
4 points

When Michael Jackson died I just shrugged.

I almost cried today! I could believe it! Billy Mays was a sweet guy, who really had a passion for his work and family.

Side: Billy Mays
1 point

That is exactly how I felt! Honestly, MJ was cool, but whatever. Billy Mays was the man! I absolutely loved that guy, and he will certainly be missed.

Side: Billy Mays
2 points

Billy Mays because he was always so hyped up and full of energy. He seemed to love life and love his job and he was awesome in Home Improvement. I think that Billy Mays found more meaning in life than Michael did and I will truley miss him.

Side: Billy Mays
2 points

Michael Jackson already did all the possible good that he could have done. Lets face it, his music started sucking once he started turning white.

Billy Mays had so much more advertising to do and that show on the Discovery Channel he was doing.

Now we're stuck with that Sham Wow guy (and Sham Wow is a scam by the way).

Side: Billy Mays
3 points

"Now we're stuck with that Sham Wow guy (and Sham Wow is a scam by the way)."

I know and the worst part is that he's still on TV even though he strangled a hooker and went to jail for it. I hate that guy.

Side: Billy Mays
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2 points

We've still got Sully. I'm sure he's grieving today but they both have the same ideals as far as products go.

Side: Billy Mays
1 point

Billy Mays, for his beard. Period. Not only was it black and matched his hair, it was shiny too. Michael Jackson has nothing on that.

Side: Billy Mays
1 point

for some odd reason i felt a lot sadder when billy mays died. I think everyone knew Billy was normal (even behind that voice).

Side: Billy Mays
1 point

BIlly mays was a child hood hero...him and hsi thumb...and his beard...and everything he had too offer was a glistning ray of hope it techonolgy and health standards for cheap prices

Side: Billy Mays
0 points

billy mays . because i dont know if he did do tht to those children or not but i hate child molesters . they are worse than murders . im bout to start a debate about this

Side: Billy Mays
2 points

Michael J. I won't even remember Mays in a week. In fact, I didn't even know his name until today. And, I hate infomercial voices; not really worth putting into my memory bank. Michael J, all the way!

Side: Michael Jackson
2 points

I'll miss Farrah Fawcett more than either of them. (Not that I won't miss the other two...) I've always been more connected with her. My mom used to style her hair after Farrah Fawcett in the 70's and she was a true beauty. On top of all of this, she ended up suffering a long and painful death and got completely overshadowed by MJ's death, which is almost unfair for her. Maybe she asked her family to keep her out of the news and everything, but still. It's as if she died and within a day, everyone forgot. :(

Side: Farrah Fawcett
1 point

Thank you for noticing Farrah, even though I didn't really pay much attention to her during her lifetime(she was just before my time, really.). But I dislike her death being overshadowed too.

Side: Michael Jackson

I will miss Billy Mays and MJ but I will miss Farrah Fawcett more than both of those put together. Farrah proved her mettle as an actress many times over and even if you thought Charlie's Angels was too much girly girl TV, she proved all her critics wrong when she led the cast of "The Burning Bed," a made for TV movie. She showed so much character in that role and it was like it was made just for her. She was a beautiful woman, soft spoken and everything you'd like the girl next door to be. Had she not suffered this devastating cancer, God only knows what she still may have created as an actor.

Billy still had a career ahead of him and MJ may or may not have, depending on the upcoming tour. I know one thing and that is judging by the numbers he would have been totally out of debt by the time the tour was finished. So, I really think he was trying very hard to make that comeback but that was in the hands of the fans and his music for "This Is It." Little did he know that the title of the tour would happen before the 1st concert was ever heard. I shall miss his past from childhood through the 80's and some 90's...but it's all behind him now.

Side: Farrah Fawcett