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Rip Doris.

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A classic, leaving behind a legacy that would be impossible to match by any actress today.

Please Don't Eat the Daisies was a staple growing up.

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Great and beautiful actress.

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Overpriced Parts /

Wonderful singer, she came from/was born in Cincinnati Ohio, for most of her life she though she was born in 1924 but a few years ago found birth certificate said she was born 1922,

RIP,

Good pictures of her when singing first hit song with big band

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Good post,Ken! With a smile like she had, I imagine she was very nice to be around. She was 4 yrs. younger than my Dad born in 1918. The greatest generation.

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> Don Ohio Wrote:

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> Good post,Ken! With a smile like she had, I imagine she was very nice to

> be around. She was 4 yrs. younger than my Dad born in 1918. The greatest

> generation.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-not-always-greatest-generation

https://www.forbes.com/sites/johntamny/2012/07/01/rethinking-tom-brokaws-greatest-generation-was-it-really-the-greatest/#740cdd054327

here's one that based on most of the views that you incessantly post on here, you might really relate to:

https://theimaginativeconservative.org/2011/12/greatest-generation-what-malarkey.html

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The ones that liberated Europe,China and kept England afloat are the greatest generation.....no doubt.

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> Don Ohio Wrote:

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> The ones that liberated Europe,China and kept England afloat are the

> greatest generation.....no doubt.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2010/mar/19/wwii-the-most-racist-generation/(edited)

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Race didn't matter then...…………..no one was enlightened `en masse', and the PROBLEM facing the FREE WORLD was defeating Hitler and the Japanese. THEN opposing the Russians in the Cold War...………….undoubtedly the `greatest generation' did this,or you'd be speaking Japanese or German. LOL!.

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My mother and father had their first date at one of her shows during WW2 and mother would sing her songs all the time.

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> Don Ohio Wrote:

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> Race didn't matter then

it didn't matter as long as you were white. same as today.(edited)

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WRONG, K-Evil...…...guys like you just can't let it go. Causes unrest where bygones should be bygones.

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> Don Ohio Wrote:

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> WRONG, K-Evil...…...guys like you just can't let it go. Causes unrest

> where bygones should be bygones.

race didn't matter, says a white man who is completely ignorant of the fact that he is granted privilege in this country for being a white man.

<smh>(edited)

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