Michael Jackson? What about Farrah Fawcett?

  • bijockmuscle

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    Jun 26, 2009 2:01 PM GMT
    Not only does she die the same day as Wacko Jacko but he bumps her off the front the page!!!!
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    Jun 26, 2009 4:02 PM GMT
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    Jun 26, 2009 4:21 PM GMT
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  • Delivis

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    Jun 26, 2009 6:02 PM GMT
    Trouble with that woman is that she never drew attention to herself by being totally crazy.
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    Jun 26, 2009 6:18 PM GMT
    Delivis saidTrouble with that woman is that she never drew attention to herself by being totally crazy.


    Well she kinda did! She was off her rocker, remember that david letterman interview!
  • Delivis

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    Jun 26, 2009 6:20 PM GMT
    Hillie said
    Delivis saidTrouble with that woman is that she never drew attention to herself by being totally crazy.


    Well she kinda did! She was off her rocker, remember that david letterman interview!


    No, i dont even remember her. I only learned yesterday she was in some TV show. But i am sure her level of crazy was nowhere near Michaeal Jackon crazy.
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    Jun 26, 2009 9:21 PM GMT
    Meanwhile, Ed McMahon had to bury himself.
    Talk about being upstaged.
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    Jun 26, 2009 10:56 PM GMT
    Ed McMahon had fallen on financial hard times. So did MJ. Economic hardship can be extra hard on people who have been high riding for years.
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    Jun 26, 2009 11:04 PM GMT
    MtndudeSF saidEd McMahon had fallen on financial hard times. So did MJ. Economic hardship can be extra hard on people who have been high riding for years.


    thats what usually happens when you whore peoples children out for millions.
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    Jun 26, 2009 11:53 PM GMT
    jprichva said
    Delivis said No, i dont even remember her. I only learned yesterday she was in some TV show. But i am sure her level of crazy was nowhere near Michaeal Jackon crazy.

    This is genuinely sad. She was more famous in the 1970s than maybe any other woman alive. Her posters were on everyone's wall. And she never got diva-ish about it either....always funny and level-headed. I really liked her, and later admired her as an actress.

    And now you tadpoles don't even know her fucking name. Tsk tsk.


    her posters were never on my wall - my friends, family and I never paid much attention to her
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    Jun 27, 2009 12:38 AM GMT
    bijockmuscle saidNot only does she die the same day as Wacko Jacko but he bumps her off the front the page!!!!



    Farrah who?????

    Just kidding. icon_lol.gif

    She was a cute actress on CHARLIE'S ANGELS. (I liked the show.) And she hold her own in Hollywood after the show.

    But you can't honestly mention Farrah Fawcett and Michael Jackson in the same breath. Michael Jackson is peerless. He's one of a kind. His legacy is huge. You can't say the same about Farrah, Bijockmuscle. If you think otherwise, you're the Wacko Bijocko! icon_rolleyes.gif
  • bijockmuscle

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    Jun 29, 2009 12:44 AM GMT
    BlkMuscleGent said
    bijockmuscle saidNot only does she die the same day as Wacko Jacko but he bumps her off the front the page!!!!



    Farrah who?????

    Just kidding. icon_lol.gif

    She was a cute actress on CHARLIE'S ANGELS. (I liked the show.) And she hold her own in Hollywood after the show.

    But you can't honestly mention Farrah Fawcett and Michael Jackson in the same breath. Michael Jackson is peerless. He's one of a kind. His legacy is huge. You can't say the same about Farrah, Bijockmuscle. If you think otherwise, you're the Wacko Bijocko! icon_rolleyes.gif

    honestly couldn['t give a rats ass about either...just making the point that on any other day is she front page news and b/c of MJ she became a by-line
  • mateo76

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    Jun 29, 2009 12:50 AM GMT
    Farah Fawcett died and went to heaven, and when she reached the pearly gates, St. Peter said, "you've lead a good life, and been such a good person. I'll grant you one wish!" Farah replied, "i wish all of the children of the world were safe!" So St. Peter killed Michael Jackson!
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    Jun 29, 2009 1:00 AM GMT
    Just as I said how it would be on the morning of both their deaths.

    But then we knew Ms Foreskin was on deaths bed for sometime. But The King of Pops death come out of nowhere, so shock was attached.

    Also Wacko Jacko, had had the biggest impact on the world.

    Pluse I never cared if he was black or white.
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    Jun 29, 2009 1:17 AM GMT
    aaayyy saaaaintooooo!!icon_eek.gif

    Who is she? icon_neutral.gif
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    Jun 29, 2009 1:40 AM GMT
    dont worry. i got it all figured out.

    When Farah Faucett went to heaven, St. Peter met her at the gates and said, "For your excellent work on Charlie's Angels, I'll give you one wish"

    She replied, "I wish all the children in the world were safe"

    at that moment, Michael Jackson died.
  • fitartistsf

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    Jun 29, 2009 1:42 AM GMT
    Matey is partially correct. We knew Farrah was terminally ill, dying was only a matter of a short time. It was reported the day before her death she had received Last Rites. Her son Redmond had been allowed to leave prison to see her in the hospital. Also, there was the documentary airing about her illness a few months ago. MJ's death was out of the blue, not expected, like Farrah's. Also, even with her famous TV role, a few movies, and her iconic poster, Farrah arguably did not have the cultural impact that Michael did. She will be remembered, obviously, when the shock and hysteria, of MJ's death, and the subsequent revelations that may surface about his perscription drug abuse, subside...
  • kjomart

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    Jun 29, 2009 1:47 AM GMT
    Yeah, but Farrah Fawcett was also battling cancer, and that's different than just dieing one day. Plus Michael's life was a lot more dramatic and controversial than Farrah's...and the media and public love other people's drama....so that's why I think Michael's death is more front page material than Fawcett's.
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    Jun 29, 2009 1:50 AM GMT
    Don't worry Farrah will be long remebered. I won't forget and as I stated before she accomplished more in her last couple years with her public revelation about cancer.

    Her documentary revealed the raw emotion and hope and viciousness with which this disease strikes. There was a model in our city Barb Tarbox who died of brain cancer a few years back. She led a vigilant public speaking crusade against cancer and smoking.

    It even caught Oprah's attention but sadly she became too ill to attend the show. Her graphic pictorial of her struggle and death still lives in my mind and I never even knew her.
  • EricLA

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    Jun 29, 2009 2:09 AM GMT
    I think there are many reasons the coverage on Jackson trumped Fawcett's. First, her death was expected for a while. It was just a matter of time. Jackson's death came as a total surprise. Second, let's face it, Jackson was an international star to a degree few ever reach. Even with the clouds hanging over him, he could rely on his fan base. Fawcett was loved and adored, but even if her death had been the only celeb death Thursday, hundreds of fans would not have descended on her hospital, her star on the Walk of Fame, or her residence. Third, since Jackson was someone surrounded by controversy in recent decades, the press would be there in droves to cover this story, too. And I can tell you, working at UCLA, just a few buildings away from the hospital, we knew something different was going on when we heard all the news copters overhead on Thursday. That's never happened to this extent, even when Britney Spears was brought for treatment. Fourth, Jackson had a much deeper and wider impact on pop culture than Fawcett did.

    Add all these elements together, and I think we can see why Fawcett's death, unfortunately, became "yesterday's news" when Jackson passed.

    But, I don't feel her death was ignored. I watched a bit of the entertainment shows Thursday night, and they acknowledged her death. And the obituary section of the L.A. Times had big articles on both of them.
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    Jun 29, 2009 2:11 AM GMT
    Billy Mays, the guy from the oxi clean infomercials and "pitchmen" passed away this morning... just to add another name to the list...icon_sad.gif
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    Jun 29, 2009 2:45 AM GMT
    all I can say is micheal Jackson was an awesome performer, and that's all I want to remember him by. His personal life is none of us to judge no matter if he's a celeb or not, anyway yea they didn't talk about Farrah as much as Mj but still she has lots of fans who will always remember her.
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    Jun 29, 2009 3:22 AM GMT
    Some friends of mine echoed this same sentiment the same day both celebrities passed away. One stated, "... That Michael just couldn't let Farrah be in the spotlight ...," while another felt Farrah deserved equal attention as Michael.

    Nevertheless, I, too felt she was a bit upstaged, but was glad to later read that the tribute specials to Farrah ranked higher than Michael's the same evening:

    http://www.imdb.com/news/ni0853270/

    And in her will, she left thousands to her favorite charities benefiting shelters for women of domestic abuse:

    http://www.imdb.com/news/ni0854375/

    Her legacy will definitely live on! It is undeniable the significance she had on popular culture along with the radiant beauty she projected. She will be sadly missed.