I’m sorry you’re compelled to impugn the experience of others, but it does nothing to taint my memory of Ms. Arthur. It’s unfortunate that your misery leaves Christmas bea arthur ho ho ho you no other means of self elevation, but that’s your burden, not mine. Such a sad little man.
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I met her in Los Angeles in 1982 at The Rose Tattoo next to Studio One. We literally ran into one another as she exited the ladies room, and I was shocked into silence. She had dropped her purse in the collision, so I bent down, scooped it up and handed it to her while trying to mumble, “Sorry”. She smiled, Christmas bea arthur ho ho ho touched my shoulder and said, “Don’t worry about it, blue eyes; I’m a tough old broad” and walked away with a smile. My favorite moment in LA.
you obviously didn’t read your own article. She likely had something traumatic happen to her, I mean in the 1940’s women didn’t have many human rights even in the military. And there was a lot of dark shizz that happened to women by military men. She denied it for a reason. That reason we may never know but she deserves much more credit than any man. It had to have been hard being a women then.
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She wasn’t fighting for anyone while in uniform. Simply freed a man to go do the fighting and dying. Now that gays are accepted into the military the next draft will be all inclusive. Even the fem males. I had no idea! Why do we not tout proudly the amazing accomplishments of our women… if she was a man they’d have shoved it down it throats that he was a veteran… she’s a frigging jarhead! A marine gay advocate… talk about all around good ppl… talk about angels
Well it looks like her and may be her But I have seen video footage where she flatly denied having ever been in the military. Why she would deny this I don’t know.
The pic looks like a younger Dorthy (from Golden Girls) but it doesn’t look like pictures I have seen of her as a young actress.