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  1. I believe Thuggie, says it all right here. There is nothing more than I can add, other than I understand how you feel. Take good care of yourself.
  2. I watched a clip on the National news last night. They were running through her career highlights. It showed her talking once about how she laughs at everything. She said, "if you don't laugh how do you get through this life". She lived a good life. Much more than most of us I am sure. She did what she wanted, achieved what she wanted and said what she wanted and was appreciated and loved by many. How many can say that our their life? So many good comedians leaving us lately.
  3. 60% would trade him in for a good bottle of wine.
  4. I really liked her a whole lot....she's my kinda girl... Joan Rivers Wanted Paparazzi, Meryl Streep at Her "Showbiz Affair" Funeral Even when speaking about death, Joan Rivers was hilarious, wise, and inimitable. The celebrated comedienne, who passed away on Thursday, Sept. 4, at the age of 81, had talked about aging and death repeatedly over her years in the spotlight. In her 2012 book I Hate Everyone… Starting with Me, the late Rivers even outlined her plans for her funeral. PHOTOS: Joan Rivers' Life and Career, 1933-2014 "When I die (and yes, Melissa, that day will come; and yes, Melissa, everything's in your name,)" Joan wrote, referencing her only child, daughter Melissa Rivers. "I want my funeral to be a huge showbiz affair with lights, cameras, action." She didn't stop there, however -- Joan had every detail, from her outfit to the guests to the special touches, planned out. PHOTOS: Joan Rivers Remembered: Celebrities, Former Costars' Photos, Tributes to Late Star "I want Craft services, I want paparazzi and I want publicists making a scene!" she insisted. "I want it to be Hollywood all the way. I don't want some rabbi rambling on; I want Meryl Streep crying, in five different accents. I don't want a eulogy; I want Bobby Vinton to pick up my head and sing 'Mr. Lonely.' I want to look gorgeous, better dead than I do alive. I want to be buried in a Valentino gown and I want Harry Winston to make me a toe tag. And I want a wind machine so that even in the casket my hair is blowing just like Beyonce's." The famously talkative star also joked to Esquire in May 2007 about her last words: "My last words? They might be, 'But it was a joke. Put down the gun! It was a joke! Arrgh!'" PHOTOS: Joan Rivers Rates Her Biggest Fashion Disasters On aging, she quipped to The Huffington Post in January 2012, "I don't give a damn what people think. If you don't like my opinion, too bad. That's the only good thing about age." She went on to add of her hopes of reincarnation, "I would be the biggest musical comedy star ever. Audra McDonald, I wouldn't mind being her. Or Patti LuPone but with a nose job, and married to Stephen Sondheim: that would be my ideal life." Melissa touched on her mother's storied sense of humor in a statement about her death on Thursday. PHOTOS: Celebrity Deaths in 2014: Stars We've Lost "My mother's greatest joy in life was to make people laugh," she said. "Although that is difficult to do right now, I know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon."
  5. Oh, good lord Shabbs...I was joking...take it back...please take it back... :eek: :eek:
  6. I'm not a koolaid drinker. I'm pretty grounded with all of this. More than most. I don't see you as the winning side. Worst case scenario I can sell most of my dinar, loose a couple hundred buck on a million but so what. I spend more on stupid things in the past. You shouldn't worry about me. I just come in here to see how some of my friends are holding up against you. Shabbs...your doing GR8....
  7. I'm not buying any. I was answering the question who will buy it back from them.
  8. At least we know he's a real person with a real job, not some low life sitting behind some computer making up some BS. I think he did say he was back in town for little while. If that's the case he may be back in Iraq working. I was hoping that if there is anyone who did speak with him since May, would post here. But given that this site is SO NASTY anymore, unless they support Tlar or Goat, I don't blame them for stepping out.
  9. In profile feed you can send the message there. Only VIP can send private messages.
  10. Burgers with Donut Buns....Whapperbit. Timburger...oh heck...lets come up with a name for these. For breakfast you can have one of these.... or one of these... Or if you are a timbit fan....these have 100 less calories..
  11. I never hear anyone use the term perturbed. You know they have medication for that nowadays.
  12. OK Fly...I'll barter with you any day. You naughty dog...!!!
  13. I read that post. It was back in May but he didn't come back and answer any of the questions that people had posted on that thread. I can understand his point about 2014 but wasn't sure why he implied it might go to 2016 and that is what I was most interested in hearing from him. Thank you for directing me. I hope he comes back to post again soon. Thanks docneedles. Did anyone who knows him call him?
  14. I know who you are...and I won't say how I discovered this.
  15. No, No, wasn't a chick flick. It was gunslinging movie but it was a comedy. It was funny!!!! It was just so bang on with the whole wild west of the Americans versus the Canadians and their version of it. In the end he GOT the girl, the one in the picture. Stayed in the small town with her and he kept his horse. The horse didn't want to leave Canada...
  16. You spent a lot of money in VIP and you are concerned? Buddy, I spend all of that monthly on wine.
  17. No, No, No....I didn't spend any future Dinar investment winnings for this trip. I live like this all year long...I'll give you a is Caribbean though.
  18. I saw him on TV last night. He's the Montana Kid in the movie "Gunless" an outlaw from the US that came up to the Northwest of Canada. It was filmed in BC (That's British Columbia north of Washington State for those that need a mapP and he was up hiding out. He came into a town with (get this....) no guns. Yes Canadians didn't shoot people much back then. Still don't. Here is is...oh and his first name was Shawn....That's Shawn Montana...known as the outlaw "Montana Kid'...BTW.. at the end of the move he stayed with the women Jane he fell in love with Canada... :lol: A hardened American gunslinger is repeatedly thwarted in his attempts to mount a showdown in a friendly town in Canada where no one seems to understand or appreciate the brutal code of the American Wild West. Hold onto your dinar. I don't remember Adam asking anyone for their dinar.
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