Skip to comments.Ed, Farrah, Michael,and Billy love to know as they waited to be processed.
Posted on 06/28/2009 11:10:38 PM PDT by restornu
Wish some ghost writers would write a story about how all these characters who found themselves in this waiting area and their lingering thoughts after parting earth.
Was Farrah upset after scheduling her dying that was being pre empted by Michael Jackson, Ed McMahon was over shadowed and Billy Mays is bewilder.
Here are all four of them waiting to be processed to go their designated places.
I can just hear the conversation as Ed is glad to see familiar faces and Farrah Fawcett really annoyed at Michael for upstaging her exist, and Billy Mays is witnessing all this carrying on who feels his passing must really be a mistake!
As the gates open, you just know it's coming....
"But wait...there's MORE..."
Yes sorry forgot to include David I knew someone was lingering in the back of my mind..
sad, too many dying. my sister is in icu tonight. she is doing better, but she is not out of danger. :(
Whose that? Did this person die this weekend too?
Prayers for your sis.
Prayers for your sister.
It’s David Carradine and he died June 3, 2009.
Prayers for you Sis...
Strangely enough Ed McMahon started off as a pitchman for waterless cookware. So two pitchmen bookended the entertainers.
Don’t forget Gale Storm. She passed on this afternoon 6/28/09.
<Dont forget Gale Storm.
Oh no! I read her website a while ago and meant to get an autographed picture, but never did it.
Gale Storm, I had quite the girl crush on her when I was a kid.
LOS ANGELES Gale Storm, whose wholesome appearance and perky personality made her one of early television’s biggest stars on “My Little Margie” and “The Gale Storm Show,” has died at age 87.
Storm, who had been in failing health in recent years, died Saturday at a convalescent hospital in Danville, said her son, Peter Bonnell.
Before landing the starring role in “My Little Margie” in 1952, Storm appeared in numerous B movies opposite such stars as Roy Rogers, Eddie Albert and Jackie Cooper. After her last TV series, “The Gale Storm Show,” ended in 1960 she went on to a successful singing career while continuing to make occasional TV appearances.
Storm was a Texas high schooler named Josephine Owaissa Cottle when she entered a talent contest for a radio show called “Gateway to Hollywood” in 1940. She was brought to Los Angeles for the finals, where her wholesome vivacity won over the radio audience and she was awarded a movie contract.
there goes the ‘three’ thing a lot of idiots think has some validity. oh boy are you gonna be in trouble with the weak minded ones.
Don’t forget Sky Saxon of the Seeds!
let’s stick him with the next three...
No! Not Margie! Used to watch that show all the time. Had a huge crush on her boyfriend.
Ever notice how these things always happen in groups of six?
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