Hay! “Can We Talk”

Hay, “Can we talk”


“Can We Talk”

rollin round over an over in da head now! like when i was a teen an used to watch joan on her show, one becomes attached and somehow that person becomes part of us, deep inside, and well if one spent so many nights an days watching another lady so much with so much deep laughter involved, well somehow they become nestled deep inside ones own heart an soul. So this is 2 times this year i have had an have a heavy heart which has to be uplifted once again because of someone passing away i never even personally met. But the passing away well, since i spent so much time engrossed in thier activity for so many years well, when they pass on it finds that spot, of emotions all held inside,,,, so on that note i do so hope ur emotions inside are of a good note when ya think of the crusty rauncy right on straight forward lady joan rivers was! Peace be with her soul , an may all the happy an sad thoughts round the werld reach to it 🙂 with kindness an ever loving thanX for being such a Splendid Woman as she was !

In my mind i will 4 evr love U!

miss Joan Rivers!

I will nevr forget ur voice

in my werld!

Over an out


Joan Rivers was 81…..
“It is with great sadness that I announce the death of my mother, Joan Rivers. She passed peacefully at 1:17 p.m. ET surrounded by family and close friends. My son [Cooper] and I would like to thank the doctors, nurses, and staff of Mount Sinai Hospital for the amazing care they provided for my mother,” Melissa, 46, said in a statment.
She last appeared on stage, at New York’s Laurie Beechman, on Aug. 27, the night before her throat procedure.
Rivers stopped breathing and slipped into cardiac arrest during the Aug. 28 throat procedure at the out-patient clinic Yorkville Endoscopy (which is being probed by the New York Health Department). She was rushed via ambulance to Mount Sinai Hospital, where she remained in a medically induced coma through the Labor Day weekend but was not breathing on her own.


Her daughter Melissa says she was surrounded by family and friends.

Rivers was rushed to New York City’s Mount Sinai Hospital last Thursday after she went into cardiac arrest during a routine procedure at a doctor’s office.

The raspy-voiced comedian opened her early standup routines with the trademark line – ”Can we talk?”.

Rivers, who got her big break in 1965 on ”The Tonight Show: Starring Johnny Carson”, and continued to appear in clubs and on TV up until her death.

The post COMEDY QUEEN, JOAN RIVERS, DIES appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM740.


Peace an farewell from this earth plane to Joan Rivers 9-4-2014



an at face book!

Joan Rivers. 731,372 likes · 204,084 talking about this. Yes, it’s really me! This is my OFFICIAL facebook fan site. I hope you enjoy your time here…

ahhhhh but what a grand lady she was! Peaceful prayers for her daughter and family in these times of mourning!,,,,,Q



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