In first grade, I had two posters on my bedroom wall. One was "mine" meaning I was responsible for picking it. It was Meadowlark Lemon. The other, was my fathers. It was THE Farrah poster. I never really understood it until I was older and thought about it.
She'll be missed I am sure, and she was an inspiration to a lot of people with her fight against cancer.
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Originally posted by odessastepsWe were discussing at work this afternoon whether Farrah would get an A1 obit and would they use "the poster" as their picture.
And then, MJ died and it was all moot.
That's the sad thing... Farrah was a legend in her own right, and then Michael passing overshadowed everything.
Watched a bit of the Dateline report on her tonight and Ryan was a mess. Hopefully he can keep it together in the days to come.
smark/net attack Advisory System Status is: Elevated (Holds; June 18, 2006) While the switch from Cena to RVD should alleviate some complaints, the inevitability of the belt's return to Cena (note where Summerslam is this year) and the poor initial showing by the new ECW are enough to keep the indicator where it is for now. The pieces are in place, though, especially on RAW, for improvements to be made to the IWC's psyche in the near future.
Press release by Lee's publicist "Lee and his wife Faith were saddened by the news. She fought a tremendous battle against a terrible disease."
I detect a still continuing friction between them, likely from the wife. I have one of those.
Issac Hayes and Bernie Mac John Raite and Hunter Thompson (that's the one I was thinking of, I just found Hayes and Mac along the way)
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We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
*waves* Now ya know! (Though I still have this week's sitting on the DVR.) It's good, in a disaster flick sort of way. It's different enough from the billion other serialized dramas out there to make it appealing.