Friday, 26 June 2009

Farrah Fawcett, 1947-2009

164719614_25221fde7d_o By special request, the poster that once adorned several million teenage walls.  And it wasn’t only teenage boys who were big fans of Farrah and of Charlie’s Angels in which she starred– betya didn’t know that Ayn Rand was a big fan too, calling the show a “triumph of concept and casting.”


  1. "a “triumph of concept and casting.”"

    If it was anything like most of the crime/ detective shit that litters TV screens today it was (IMHO) Progressive/ feminist agenda driven PC crap.

    Sad death all the same.

  2. It is also a sad ending for the greatest entertainer of all time, Michael Jackson, with his passing being circulated in the MSM earlier today.

    As a fan, I would have thought that he would be around for decades to come so he can produce more good music.

    Anyway, the man has gone, but his music will live on for future generations to come.

    I am sure that Ayn Rand was a secret fan of MJ, but perhaps she never made it public.

  3. FFS! MJ is NOT dead: he's hiding with Lisa Marie's dad in Hawaii!

  4. Clunking Fist

    That can't be right. When did Lisa Marie's Dad go to Hawaii. Last I heard he had a spot playing with Louis Armstrong and his jazz band in New Orleans.


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  6. Wrong. He plays one of the extras on the island in the first series of LOST. You can see him most clearly in the final episode when Charlie and Sayid return with Erin (the baby): the cast and extras all crowd around smiling in the gloom.


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