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Bert Trautmann

Posted 14 April 2012 - 09:06 PM

He says he's glad to have 'caught it early' - either the the media's reporting the wrong diagnosis or his doctor hasn't explained to him exactly what stage IV entails...

Edit: It's just me who's misinformed...prostate cancer is staged from 1-10 rather than 1-4 so he's much more likely to be cured than it seems

DevonDeathTrip

Posted 14 April 2012 - 06:47 PM

Farrah's partner Ryan O'Neal, who has previously beaten leukemia, has announced that he is suffering from stage IV prostate cancer...

DevonDeathTrip

Posted 25 August 2010 - 11:05 PM

James William Fawcett, Farrah Fawcett's father, has died aged 92.

Toast

Posted 28 June 2009 - 10:54 PM

I still have issues with her common law husband, Ryan O'Neal. The tragedy of Farrah Fawcett besides her cancer obviously was that I felt her common law husband really dragged her down. Why couldn't he get cancer instead?

Maybe his leukaemia will flare up again to please you. :)

Anyway, why haven't you been banned?

Posted 28 June 2009 - 10:50 PM

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BCAlum2000

Posted 28 June 2009 - 09:26 PM

The bad news is Farrah's gone.

The good news is I offically got my first entry! But I feel dirty saying that b/c she was a genuinely likable person.

But I am genuinely sad for her loss. Though I still have issues with her common law husband, Ryan O'Neal. The tragedy of Farrah Fawcett besides her cancer obviously was that I felt her common law husband really dragged her down. Why couldn't he get cancer instead?

We will miss you, Farrah. God has called back one of his favorite Angels.

In a way though, I'm happy she's dead. Not b/c I wanted her to die, but b/c the pain and suffering she endured is over and she can live peacefully amongst the Angels.


You really are a hypocritical little sh*t, aren't you? You've been spending most of the last 6 months going "come on, why isn't she dead" "hurry up & die" "my life is terrible because people don't die" etc etc. And now you're being all weepy weep.
In fact I think I remember you saying that Fawcett's cancer was all bullshit anyway by the media.

I agree your sentiments now, don't get me wrong, it's just the sheer hypocrisy of you I can't stand.


Honestly, those comments were made b/c of my animosity towards Ryan O'Neal. I couldn't stand him more than anything else. I still felt that he exploited her to an extent. Maybe it's not true after all, but that's the vibe I felt from him.

I do admit I regret some of those comments I said about Farrah earlier, but it was honestly more towards Ryan O'Neal than anything else.

BrunoBrimley

Posted 27 June 2009 - 07:48 PM

She was rather frightening in Logan's Runyon (the unknown sequel to Logan's Run based on the unknown chef of Damon Runyon and his relationship to the Aga Khan).


I will try to miss her but didn't follow her carreer too much. Hope she's at peace now.

themaninblack

Posted 27 June 2009 - 04:10 PM

Fawcett tv-specials are more popular as the Jackson specials


http://www.showbizda...HE-JACKSON-ONES


Possibly because she was a television icon as opposed to a pop music icon and also that Jackson's popularity took a nosedive after the child allegations,
particularly the trial a few years ago.

It would be fair to say that Jacko is more popular worldwide than he is in his own country. He's still very popular here in Britain and I suspect his
albums and singles (thanks to the wonders of iPods) will start to get into the charts again, just as they did with Elvis and Lennon previously when they died.

Vaagheid

Posted 27 June 2009 - 03:52 PM

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Octopus of Odstock

Posted 26 June 2009 - 12:34 PM

The bad news is Farrah's gone.

The good news is I offically got my first entry! But I feel dirty saying that b/c she was a genuinely likable person.

But I am genuinely sad for her loss. Though I still have issues with her common law husband, Ryan O'Neal. The tragedy of Farrah Fawcett besides her cancer obviously was that I felt her common law husband really dragged her down. Why couldn't he get cancer instead?

We will miss you, Farrah. God has called back one of his favorite Angels.

In a way though, I'm happy she's dead. Not b/c I wanted her to die, but b/c the pain and suffering she endured is over and she can live peacefully amongst the Angels.


You really are a hypocritical little sh*t, aren't you? You've been spending most of the last 6 months going "come on, why isn't she dead" "hurry up & die" "my life is terrible because people don't die" etc etc. And now you're being all weepy weep.
In fact I think I remember you saying that Fawcett's cancer was all bullshit anyway by the media.

I agree your sentiments now, don't get me wrong, it's just the sheer hypocrisy of you I can't stand.

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