posted on Jan, 25 2017 @ 03:48 PM
Mara Buxbaum [publicist] said in a statement she died in the company of friends and her husband, Dr S. Robert Levine.
BBCnews.com - US actress Mary Tyler Moore dies aged 80
No cause of death mentioned. Just that statement. Sad news.
She changed society, not just television. The repressed 50s saw the answer in The Dick van Dyke Show where (*gasp*) they talked about having children!
And even went so far as to kiss and appear to actually care for each other. The shame! Her show in the 70s, with the signature carefree flip of her
beret, opened a conversation in America: can women perform as good as men in the workplace? Along with other radical shows like All In The Family the
values of 50s America were modernized.
This is not some chick from wealth, spoiled in Los Angeles, famous for being famous, barely worthy of being mentioned on some conspiracy website.
Sorry watchitburn, that response is as lame as all the other, “well, people die every day” crap. Sorry society treated you like sh# and your mama
spanked your little @ss when you were growing up. The rest of us from families of alcoholics, like MTM herself, have seen enough sh# in their life
that if you were bothered to have experienced would crush your worthless soul.
And we grieve a true original soul as we see fit.
PS – Loved her on Hot In Cleveland and That 70’s Show