Re: RARA-AVIS: Re: Best noir novel (was Red Right Hand)

From: Allan Guthrie (
Date: 03 Mar 2009

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    Yes indeed. Some reports suggest that the disease is under control, others that it's in remission. But from this report from The Washington Post in 2006, it may be that she doesn't have any joints left by now for the disease to attack.

    "When Kathleen Turner observes dryly that playwright Edward Albee "owes me, like, seven joints," the star of stage and screen is not referring to an illegal substance. She means that in preparation for playing Martha in the ecstatically reviewed new production of Albee's 1962 classic, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," Turner had several arthritis-damaged joints in her feet removed. And a knee replaced."
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    > life is cruel. what is it? rheumatoid arthritis?
    > John Lau

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