3.23.2011

Waiting For Her To Die


I know media outlets have pre-packaged tributes and obituaries for famous people who have a chance of dying, but the author of Taylor's New York Times obituary died in 2005.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

And we care because of....? We call that a Green time waste!

Anonymous said...

A lot more will be said about Taylor than most of us, including the blog author.

A lot more.

Too bad you didn't keep up with her Barry.

A rare talent, a great beauty and a compassionate soul.

May she rest in peace.

Anonymous said...

Classy lady and a cinema icon. Too many of the original cinema icons are gone already, and it is sad to see another go. Movies today just "miss" the glamour and magic of the yester-year films. RIP, Elizabeth Taylor.

Anonymous said...

I only know her as a geriatric pill popper...

Anonymous said...

Well at least Debbie Reynolds outlived the woman who stole her husband, Eddie Fisher!

Anonymous said...

So who won...the author or Elizabeth?

Anonymous said...

i 1000 yrs, some archioligist will dig up some plastic parts and think that space aliens helped build her.

Anonymous said...

I tour the New York Times every other year on a trip, and as we walked through their obit area a few years back, the editor guiding us told us how they work on (famous people) obits early, and prepare ahead of time, the ones who are literally on their death bed. He even told us who they were working on at the time. It was a bit creepy, but at the same time, made sense.