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Growing Up with John Wayne Gacy
Just over 30 years ago, serial killer John Wayne Gacy made headlines in one of the grizzliest news stories of the century. He was a family man—he had a wife and two children
Old Dogs, New Pix: 5 Pet Photos Guaranteed to Make You Smile
Dog Project Franklin Franklin 10, Saint Bernard-German Shepard-Great Dane His owner says: "A regal giant, like John Wayne wrapped in a fur coat—with a tongue as big as Texas." Cubby Cubby 15, Pomeranian-Spitz His owner says: "He
Deleted Scenes: Simon and Tomas Ride Horses
come home to a relaxing. Comfortable home because I am so gonna try and relax a little bit with a nice of life. I feel like bill horse for the week I was doing. Relations. I thought that was just how John Wayne I suddenly realized why.
the week I was doing. Relations. I thought that was just how John Wayne -- I suddenly realized why.
The Battle Against Dementia: The Dark Descent of an Unlikely Victim
But now she and Lynn talk for an hour on the phone every night. Lynn discusses her boyfriend's fascination with John Wayne movies (which she can't stand), and Katie relays the national and world news of the day. Sometimes when Lynn is
Cherry Jones' Jubilee
Roosevelts, both Eleanor and Franklin, and Golda Meir. But sometimes I feel like I'm starting to play [Taylor] like John Wayne . I have to watch my swagger!" Playing Politics: "It's interesting that they chose this time in American history
that 30 percent of American men don't have a regular doctor and that many of those men fall into two mentalities: The John Wayne Mentality: "[This is] the sort of macho idea that men have to be strong and just grit their teeth and not think about
Michael Moore's Bookshelf
was romanticized: Nobody really important got hurt, and the good guys always won. The movies and the books were all John Wayne ! Gung ho! Let's go to war! At first you don't realize the situation the soldier is in—that he's lying in
Diane Sawyer's Bookshelf
Great Dames By Marie Brenner Think John Wayne in silk and diamonds. Marie Brenner has taken some of the great divas, courtesans and heroines of modern time and ennobled their