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(Page Six)   It looks like Mary Tyler Moore is not going to make it after all   (pagesix.com) divider line 39
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2014-05-24 01:33:11 PM
She has a terminal illness and is dy....

*clicks*

Well, we knew about the diabetes, and it's sad about the blidness, but compared to MS, dementia, and other non-worse-than-death states...
 
2014-05-24 01:48:44 PM
Hi, guys. What's going on in this thread?
i.imgur.com
 
2014-05-24 02:41:22 PM
*tosses hat*
 
2014-05-24 02:42:29 PM
..didn't laugh at headline, seemed cruel.  (I know that was not the intent, just relating here)


/now back to laugh at the 4-inch cock-having murderer..
 
2014-05-24 02:48:56 PM
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2014-05-24 02:54:54 PM
The last thing I remember seeing on TV about Mary Tyler Moore was an expose show where people talked about what a nasty, cold biatch she is.
 
2014-05-24 03:01:00 PM

SpdrJay: The last thing I remember seeing on TV about Mary Tyler Moore was an expose show where people talked about what a nasty, cold biatch she is.


You mean Ordinary People was a documentary
 
2014-05-24 03:02:22 PM
I found this bit of copy editing a bit puzzling:

"[Moore is now] almost beyond the point [of being able to see]."
 
2014-05-24 03:06:04 PM
Dick Van Dyke sees her, but not often? Good for the goose, I suppose. Otherwise, as sad as that article was edited.
 
2014-05-24 03:07:23 PM
""I don't see her often, but I talk to her a bunch," said veteran funnyman Dick Van Dyke"

I'm sure that she doesn't see him very often, either.

/well hello, handbasket
 
2014-05-24 03:16:47 PM
OtherLittleGuy Well, we knew about the diabetes, and it's sad about the blidness, but compared to MS, dementia, and other non-worse-than-death states...

Diabetes opens the doors to a supermarket of sub-disorders including neuropathy, Sjögren's syndrome & others. I have no idea where you think it would be a picnic...
 
2014-05-24 03:21:27 PM
She's going blind.  She's not dying yet, Subby.
 
2014-05-24 03:21:43 PM

farkingismybusiness: *tosses hat*


Thanks, was trying to remember if that was her or was Marlo Thomas in "That Girl".
 
2014-05-24 03:23:24 PM
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2014-05-24 03:24:08 PM

Iggie: ""I don't see her often, but I talk to her a bunch," said veteran funnyman Dick Van Dyke"

I'm sure that she doesn't see him very often, either.

/well hello, handbasket


So now she'll be the one tripping and falling over the ottoman?

/any extra room in that handbasket?
//sorry Mary, love you.be well
 
2014-05-24 03:31:20 PM

phenn: I found this bit of copy editing a bit puzzling:

"[Moore is now] almost beyond the point [of being able to see]."


"Oh my God, So we can't see her? She's invisible? They'll be no stopping her! It's just like the old gypsy woman said!"

cdn.pastemagazine.com
 
2014-05-24 03:44:14 PM
If I was a teenager in the 60's instead of the 90's, she would be the one I would have had a poster of my wall.
 
2014-05-24 04:06:21 PM

Iggie: ""I don't see her often, but I talk to her a bunch," said veteran funnyman Dick Van Dyke"

I'm sure that she doesn't see him very often, either.

/well hello, handbasket


Came to say this but I see it's been covered.

media.cleveland.com

You know you would have hit this.
 
2014-05-24 04:07:10 PM
Even as a very little kid, MTM and the slightly similar Diana Rigg clearly influenced my taste for almond-eyed brunettes. Hey, there's a cute one upstairs right now, fixing a steak!

media.cleveland.comwww.classictvbeauties.com

/life's good.
//nom-nom.
 
2014-05-24 04:22:42 PM

zabadu: She's going blind.  She's not dying yet, Subby.



 "Well, she will be soon, she's very ill."
 
2014-05-24 04:32:08 PM
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2014-05-24 04:51:49 PM
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2014-05-24 04:55:34 PM
will have to work that into my MTM ATM fanfic somehow...
 
2014-05-24 05:01:17 PM
Good thing she has a spare pair...1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-05-24 05:54:02 PM
None of us are going to make it after all, subby. The sooner you realize that, the sooner you can get on with your life.
 
2014-05-24 06:10:16 PM

FlyingJ: OtherLittleGuy Well, we knew about the diabetes, and it's sad about the blidness, but compared to MS, dementia, and other non-worse-than-death states...

Diabetes opens the doors to a supermarket of sub-disorders including neuropathy, Sjögren's syndrome & others. I have no idea where you think it would be a picnic...


Not a picnic, but when Annette Funicello was in her last months, Farkers were lining up with pillows and Kevorian drugs to end her suffering.
 
2014-05-24 06:18:38 PM
mmmmm  Diana Rigg
 
2014-05-24 06:52:39 PM
A little song,
A little dance,
When she was young MTM
Made me feel funny in my pants.
 
2014-05-24 07:10:50 PM
I just was diagnosed with Diabetes.  This article has officially freaked me the fark out.
 
2014-05-24 07:13:18 PM
I remember a celebrity cake contest where they only had one working oven so the contestants had to all wait their turn. Mary thought her turn was before Arsenio's but the judge pointed to her cake and said "You're going to bake it after Hall".
 
2014-05-24 07:39:40 PM

allthesametome: I just was diagnosed with Diabetes.  This article has officially freaked me the fark out.


Hopefully paying attention to your diet should make it manageable. I knew guys who kept ignoring their dietary warnings who died when they didn't need to. It's one of the more manageable diseases.
 
2014-05-24 08:01:39 PM

Mugato: allthesametome: I just was diagnosed with Diabetes.  This article has officially freaked me the fark out.

Hopefully paying attention to your diet should make it manageable. I knew guys who kept ignoring their dietary warnings who died when they didn't need to. It's one of the more manageable diseases.


This.

Allthesame, it is very manageable. Me mudder has been diabetic for over 60 yrs. take care of yourself and you'll be ok.
 
2014-05-24 08:40:15 PM

Mugato: allthesametome: I just was diagnosed with Diabetes.  This article has officially freaked me the fark out.

Hopefully paying attention to your diet should make it manageable. I knew guys who kept ignoring their dietary warnings who died when they didn't need to. It's one of the more manageable diseases.


So much this^.  Find a good podiatrist and make sure you pay attention to the condition of your feet.
 
2014-05-25 01:52:05 AM

FlyingJ: OtherLittleGuy Well, we knew about the diabetes, and it's sad about the blidness, but compared to MS, dementia, and other non-worse-than-death states...

Diabetes opens the doors to a supermarket of sub-disorders including neuropathy, Sjögren's syndrome & others. I have no idea where you think it would be a picnic...


Assholes gotta be assholes.
 
2014-05-25 03:39:11 AM

allthesametome: I just was diagnosed with Diabetes.  This article has officially freaked me the fark out.


She went through a period during the late 70s when she ignored the advice and poorly managed her disease, mainly with alcohol. She eventually stopped drinking when it started to affect her vision.

This was damage that was started long ago.
 
2014-05-25 07:45:20 AM

Valiente: Even as a very little kid, MTM and the slightly similar Diana Rigg clearly influenced my taste for almond-eyed brunettes. Hey, there's a cute one upstairs right now, fixing a steak!



/life's good.
//nom-nom.


Tell your mom I said hi
 
2014-05-25 12:37:50 PM

Optimal_Illusion: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 340x411]


I did not expect that.
 
2014-05-25 01:10:47 PM

Valiente: Optimal_Illusion: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 340x411]

I did not expect that.


The post underneath from Milos Hattrick sells it even better.  "What are you guys doing back there?"
 
2014-05-25 09:24:05 PM
I find it comforting that her TV acting friends now seem to be her old-age support friends. (Or are they simply the people the "writer" spoke to and quoted?)
 
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