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Old 08-20-2012, 07:44 PM   #1
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Phyllis passed away today. 95 years.
I always loved her. What laugh she had.
All the good old folks I grew up watching are about gone.



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Old 08-20-2012, 08:16 PM   #2
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I thought she had gone on years ago. She was entertaining in the sixties.



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Phylis was from my home town. R.I.P.

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She was eccentric and very funny. I loved her laugh. It never failed to make me smile.

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We lost one of the good ones here. My prayers are with her and her loved ones.

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Damn, maybe some of us have some years creeping up on us. I remember her with Carson. I thought she was gone also. Good Comedienne. RIP

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The first time I heard Nelsons laugh on The Simpsons, I was sure they got it from Phyllis.

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My wife never liked her but I always did, she was funnier than hell (whats my wife know, she didnt like Blazing Saddles either). As they leave here, we lose one last real laugh. Comedians today cant stand toe to toe with the legends. Eddie Murphy and Robin Williams are about the only ones that can spin a joke without cursing, they are truly funny. George Burns was one of my favorites!

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My wife never liked her but I always did, she was funnier than hell (whats my wife know, she didnt like Blazing Saddles either). As they leave here, we lose one last real laugh. Comedians today cant stand toe to toe with the legends. Eddie Murphy and Robin Williams are about the only ones that can spin a joke without cursing, they are truly funny. George Burns was one of my favorites!
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R.I.P. Phyllis. I always loved to watch her on the variety shows and Carson. Her putdown of herself, talking about her husband, Fang, and her laugh always had me in stitches.



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