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Old 09-30-2015, 01:14 AM   #16
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Joan Rivers.... she was beyond awesome. It makes me sick that she died so needlessly and negligently. Joan was great..... truly an icon.... never afraid to speak her mind.

Ohhhh man, I soooo miss her too. I loved her brassy in-your-face comedy. LOL, whenever I watched her, I'd limit my fluid intake--because she could get me laughing so hard I was afraid ofwetting myself!

I know some have accused her of going too far, but it was just an act. In real life Many intimates described her as a real doll, and I know she did a sh**load of philanthropy.

God what a life force taken from us. And what a horrible shame she passed the way she did.
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Regarding others, there are so many I really miss.

So I'm going to list the first five that come to me: Lucille Ball, Bette Davis, Shirley Temple Black, Jimmy Stewart and Michael Landon.
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Ohhhh man, I soooo miss her too. I loved her brassy in-your-face comedy. LOL, whenever I watched her, I'd limit my fluid intake--because she could get me laughing so hard I was afraid ofwetting myself!

I know some have accused her of going too far, but it was just an act. In real life Many intimates described her as a real doll, and I know she did a sh**load of philanthropy.

God what a life force taken from us. And what a horrible shame she passed the way she did.


You know what was great about her, in my eyes? Even if she tore you down, she would equally tear herself down.
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You know what was great about her, in my eyes? Even if she tore you down, she would equally tear herself down.
Yeah, she was not shy about ripping into herself too. Without Joan, sometimes it seems the dullness factor of this world has gone up 300%.
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Yeah, she was not shy about ripping into herself too. Without Joan, sometimes it seems the dullness factor of this world has gone up 300%.


The way she made cracks about her face lifts! It's always a good thing to be able to laugh at oneself.

One thing that I didn't like about her was she could be quite vulgar. I never liked that in any comedian. But that's just me
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One of my favorite comedians and actor ( Easy Money, Caddyshack ) was Rodney Dangerfield! I miss seeing him, he used to crack me up with his "I get no respect " shtick !!!

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One of my favorite comedians and actor ( Easy Money, Caddyshack ) was Rodney Dangerfield! I miss seeing him, he used to crack me up with his "I get no respect " shtick !!!


He was hilarious all right. I remember a monologue he did on Saturday Night Live; it was so funny my ribs ached.
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