Labeled as the "emotive evangelist" by The New York Times. Death came just days after she appeared on Larry King and scared the hell out of small children (as Larry does on a nightly basis).
Who gets the point?
Fat Jack wins with notification at 7:54 p.m. Saturday, followed by Brother Richard and Desdinova at 8:39, Bus Plunge at 8:56, Matt L. at 9:01, Gentle Whisper at 1:24 a.m.
You're right Ron, that appearence was enough to scare children of all ages!
Whose appearence Larry King or Tammy Fay? Both are equally scary.
Foul! Foul! If a certain blogger would check his voice mail he would have found a message from this doctor at 8:01 p.m. Although Fat Jack clearly is the winner of the point, the good doctor was a close second. I have cell phone records to prove all of this, but will not be releasing them due to Executive Privilege. Nyahh!
I don't mind not winner. I really don't think there should be a winner or loser. I'm one of the evil liberal types who believe in groupthink and worship Charlie Brown as my hero. That's according to the latest editorial in the CFP by Vincent David John Jacob Jingle Himerschmit Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla (who found a kangaroo) Shimmy Shimmy Ko-ko Bop Ramma Lama Ding Dong Do Wah Diddy Diddy Da Do Ron Ron Ron Da Do Ron Ron Gidyup Ooomp Pompa Oooomp Pompa Mow Mow Hiyo Silver Away Banana Fanna Fo Fanna De Doo Doo Doo De Da Da Da (That's all I want to say to you)Gabba Gabba Hey Gabba Hey (Now you're one of us) two all-beef patties special sauce lettuce cheese pickles onion on a sesame seed bun, Itsy Bittsy Tiny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Joiner-Kersee Sammy Davis Junior Jericho.
Pardon my paranoia. TFB shows up LKL for a Last Hal-a-jah-lou-ya?? Ya know Dr. Jack has been a free man for awhile now. Might be up to his old tricks again without all the hoopla this time. He could have paid TFB a qwik, quiet visit.
Sorry about the typo that should be "I don't mind not being the winner." Of course, I don't believe there is such a thing as a typo really.
As a cancer survivor, I was impressed with the way Tammy Faye dealt with her illness. She faced it with courage and humor. Sure, she looked horrible -- cancer DOES do that to people. But her spirit was as spunky as ever -- and her humor was still there when Larry asked her how she thought she'd be remembered. Even though she was short of breath, she laughed, "My eyelashes?" For her to joke about herself like that the day before her death, that tells me Tammy Faye was a woman of great strength and courage. She's earned my respect. Prayers for her family....
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