MY LIFE ON THE LAM IN NYC'S EAST VILLAGE
HAVE FUN, safe journeys, and above all, don't let Tina keep you from sampling the local cuisine!!! xoxo
HE HAD A FAMILY AND FREINDS WHO LOVED HIM YOU PIECE OF SHIT!!Heath Ledger’s family have spoken out about the actor’s tragic death. Standing outside their Perth home yesterday, Heath’s father Kim, mother Sally and his sister Kate had the following to say:Heath’s family confirms the very tragic, untimely and accidental passing of our dearly loved son, brother and doting father of Matilda. He was found peacefully asleep in his New York apartment by his housekeeper at 3:30 p.m. U.S. time.We would like to thank our friends and everyone around the world for their well wishes and kind thoughts at this time. Heath has touched so many people on so many different levels during his short life but few had the pleasure of truly knowing him.He was a down to earth, generous, kind-hearted, life-loving and selfless individual who was extremely inspirational to many. Please now respect our family’s need to grieve and come to terms with our loss privately.
Hey Rift. When you say "local cuisine", exactly what are you talking about? And anonymous: Give it a rest, dipshit! I post stuff on this blog because I'm right, and everybody else here is wrong. You post stuff that nobody with a working brain really gives two shits about! I mean Heatch Leper was an ACTOR! He was PRETENDING to be somebody else. He wasn't really Billy-Bob Scrotum's kid, he just PRETENDED to be his kid in a movie. For money. And he isn't "the", or even "a" Joker. He's was just a guy who PRETENDED to be one or the other. For MONEY! He killed himself. Sad, yes, but true. Noone else had anything to do with his death. He killed himself. Let it go.
well, then why don't you let him rest peacefully rather than bring him up every five minutes on this blog...you're the piece of shit who wants attention.
Los Angeles (E! Online) - Sadly, death pays in show business. And now it also costs extra. ADVERTISEMENT That's what would-be renters of the three-bedroom SoHo loft where Health Ledger died are discovering. Instead of the already pricey $22,000 per month Ledger was losing to his landlord, the new tenant will have to fork over $26,000.They've gotta be joking, right?Apparently not, in the crazy world of Manhattan unreal estate. The unit above Ledger's, which was featured in the Drew Barrymore/Hugh Grant flick Music and Lyrics, rented for $70,000 per month.We're sure that had the landlord whistling a happy tune, so he probably figured, Why not just tack on a paltry $4,000-a-month Bat bump? It's sad...and crazy. Kinda like the Joker, so at least it makes some sort of sense.—Via the New York Post
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