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  • OT: OMG Farrah Fawcett has died ...

    I'm not sure why this has shocked me so much ...

    Truly the end of an era ... Or the beginning of the end ...

    There's so many things one could say ... But right now ... damn ... Rest in peace, Jill Munroe ... Not to mention other important roles in films like "The Burning Bed" and "Extremities."


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    As Steve Martin once said, "Farrah Fawcett is so conceited. She never even called me once! And after all the hours I spent holding up her poster with one hand!"

    RIP
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    • #3
      My dad had her poster hanging over his workbench in the garage. When I became a teenager, I understood why he was out in the garage so late at night. RIP Farrah. You were a one-of-a-kind.
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        RIP Farrah. My childhood memories...
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          RIP
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          • #6
            That poster was a classic of subliminal suggestion. The word "S e x" is clearly spelled out by her hair (The S is on her shoulder, the e above her breasts, the x at the base of her neck.)

            Even if all that was just a coincidence this poster sure spelled "sex" to me when I was a kid. R.I.P. for a true star.

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            • #7
              i dont see it but i dont think you need subliminal messages to suggest sex in that picture


              sad sad though :cry: whenever im watching some 70's 80's series on netflix i always mention how sad it is that women like her would never be considered hot by today's standards. i'd take her over anyone today.
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                FYI, there are a lot of other people that died today as well and are getting no attention for it. I think it says terrible things about our culture when we care more about an actor/actress's death than someone elses.
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                • #9
                  FYI, there are a lot of other people that died today as well and are getting no attention for it. I think it says terrible things about our culture when we care more about an actor/actress's death than someone elses.

                  That's quite true but we don't knowthe other people or even that they passed. Actors, musicians, writers, etc became a part of our lives as we remember them from a role or from something we were doing at the time we saw/read/listened to them.

                  It's true there are many things we could point to in our culture that are far worse than hoping a movie star or musician will rest in peace.

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                  • #10
                    FYI, there are a lot of other people that died today as well and are getting no attention for it. I think it says terrible things about our culture when we care more about an actor/actress's death than someone elses.


                    i agree with that too. i get mad every time the media latches onto another little cute kid that was abused or kidnapped.. and somehow it seems like the ones that aren't media "cute" are easily dismissed.all kids are important.
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                    • #11
                      Sky Saxon of the Seeds died today:



                      http://www.transworldnews.com/NewsStory.aspx?id=96329&cat=2

                      FYI, there are a lot of other people that died today as well and are getting no attention for it. I think it says terrible things about our culture when we care more about an actor/actress's death than someone elses.

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                      • #12
                        RIP Farrah :cry:

                        Weird, when we had a 'Logans Run' and curry evening a couple of weeks back, we watched the extras disk, and Micheal York claimed he kind of talent spotted her in a tennis court and recommended her to play the role of assistant 'Holly13' in 'New face' shop.

                        Beautifal woman.
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                        • #13
                          RIP Farrah. We'll always love you.:cry:
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                              I'm not sure why this has shocked me so much ...

                              Truly the end of an era ... Or the beginning of the end ...

                              There's so many things one could say ... But right now ... damn ... Rest in peace, Jill Munroe ... Not to mention other important roles in films like "The Burning Bed" and "Extremities."



                              that skateboarding picture was on my bedroom wall when i was a boy.

                              holy crap that must have been 30 years ago or more.

                              and now she's dead. :cry:
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