A Unique Take On Farrah Fawcett

Lots of eulogizing going on.  This one on Ayn Rand and Fawcett is certainly unique, though.  Don't think that will make 20/20 tonight.

Postscript: Yes, I am of that age that I had her famous poster on my wall (Fawcett, not Rand).  Ms. Fawcett was a member of my personal klutz-to-the-stars club.  I once got an ink spot on her white blouse awkwardly trying to get an autograph (back when I used to value such things).  I have also stepped on Raul Julia's foot at the academy awards, slammed a door open into Martina Navratalova's face at a hotel in Houston, thrown up in Neal Armstrong's bed at a ranch in Wyoming, and spilled a large fountain drink on Brooke Shields at Princeton.


  1. Esox Lucius:

    Note To Self: If I ever become famous, make sure I don't hang out with CoyoteBlog guy...

  2. Barbara S. Meyer:

    I do believe I bought that poster for you. I keep trying to tell you, I've been a great Mom.

  3. Rob:

    LOL! You certainly have an interesting way of interacting with celebrities!

  4. coyote little sis:

    You also knocked John Denver on his ass in the private aviation wing of the Denver airport in the '70s. You weren't paying attention and stuck your legs out right when he was walking by, thus giving him quite the opposite of a Rocky Mountain High.

  5. Craig:

    The story about throwing up in Neil Armstrong's bed would be fascinating I'm sure.

  6. Michael:

    Yes, Farrah Fawcett was a very attractive woman some 30 plus years ago. And I have empathy for the loss her family feels. But this is a woman that did one year of a TV show. After that, some guest appearances on TV and some TV movies. Hasn't there been any person since Charles Angels to do anything of any significance?