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It was confirmed Diarist Tulip Maison died two days ago in France,
specifics unknown. A child prodigy, Ms. Maison began writing at age
six. Over the years, her memoirs were endlessly edited under the
three voluminous titles: “Beginning” “Middle” “End”. After eighty
years, she stated her work was “a black hole of trivia.” The journals
were often the topic of obscure doctoral dissertations. She is seen here
with her mother, Ollie.
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Herman Johnson floated into the state of Nirvana on Saturday. Forty
years ago, Mr. Johnson, left the family multi-million dollar business,
to pursue a life of enlightenment in Eureka, California. Mr. Johnson
was well known in town as a herbalist, musician, and Reiki master. He
often preached on street corners for change, of the spiritual and
physical variety. In later years, he lamented he should have moved
to Belize. "That place has wild energy."

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KiKi Palmer passed over to greener pastures where buffalo roam and deer and antelope play. Ironic since she hated the outdoors. KiKi is survived by her brother, Arthur, who came to her home every Sunday for the past forty years to enjoy a Manhattan. They usually ordered a pizza. Neither brother nor sister had married. According to KiKi, marriage was archaic. Two bull dogs, Sweet Pea and Cornelius, are available for adoption at the K-9 Rescue.

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Impressionist Tarot, Walkthrough and Trim

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Violet Ramsey died in her sleep surrounded by her remarkable collection of Barbie dolls. Miss Ramsey's career began as a Santa's helper on the 1960s hit, Queen for a Day. When the show was cancelled, Violet went on to teach women how to showcase items advertised on television. Her credits included Let's Make a Deal and The Price is Right. "It's all about standing straight, smiling, and caressing the product with hand flourishes."