The passing of a legend — so sad!
Maureen O'Hara, an actress most remembered for her work in major movies like Miracle On 34th Street and The Quiet Man, died on Saturday. She was 95 years old.
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Family members have revealed that O'Hara, who was living in Idaho at the time, died of natural causes while surrounded by loved ones.
O'Hara was best known for
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As we reported earlier, Sarah Palin 2.0 aka Michele Bachmann has decided to run for President of The United States.
When interviewed after her announcement by FOX News (above), she likened herself to another proud member of her hometown of Waterloo, Iowa - John Wayne.
Unfortunately for Michele, the "John Wayne" who grew up in her hometown is actually John Wayne Gacy, aka the "killer clown" who raped and murdered 33 teenage boys in the '70s.
Now, Michele has opened up about her Wayne-related mistake. Here's what she had to say about it:
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Lovely. We bet your father would be so proud of the way you are all acting!
Country western star John Wayne died some time ago, but he left his family, particularly his children, a hefty some of $$$ that accumulated from years of riding horseback and calling people "pilgrim".
Now, his children are feuding over his multi-million dollar estate. His daughter, Aissa Wayne, wants to sell her half of the estate to her brother, Ethan.
She filed papers yesterday, claiming that she believes her half is worth the "fair-market" price of $15,400,000. But Ethan disagrees. He insists it is only worth $10,704,000.
So now they are fighting. Don't you just feel awful for these spoiled, wealthy adults who are still living off of daddy's dime?!
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