Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Wednesday Reads

Some UK women have had it with the trans movement's attempt to destroy women's rights.

These fucking billionaires will not quit trying to loot the public treasury.

This has got to hurt.


Obituary: Actress Ronnie Claire Edwards, best known for her role on the television program The Waltons, has died. She was 83:

Edwards appeared in more than 100 episodes of the classic family drama, first arriving in Walton's Mountain during season three in 1975. She was intended to have a short character arc and depart, but audiences enjoyed her character, so she was written in as a recurring regular, remaining with the show until its end in 1981. A Walton family cousin, Corabeth married storekeeper Ike Godsey, played by the late Joe Conley, and became the small town's busybody.

In a 2009 interview with D Magazine, Edwards discussed the show and her character: "I’m recognized in hog barns and at state fairs around the country. 'The Waltons' was very well written for television. We had good scripts, and I had the best part. Earl Hamner, who created the series, fell in love with the character, so they just wrote and wrote and wrote for her. She was an automatic conflict."

Another obituary: Actress Anne Morgan Guilbert, 87, best remembered as neighbor "Millie" on the 1960s sitcom classic The Dick Van Dyke Show, died of cancer:

Guilbert was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She studied theater arts at Stanford University.

She is best known for her beloved role as the next door neighbor and best friend of Laura Petrie, played by Mary Tyler Moore, on the 1960s classic sitcom, “The Dick Van Dyke Show.” She appeared on 61 episodes of the show.

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