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funnyordie:

Joan Rivers: A Life Worth Joking About
A tribute to a sharp-tongued comedic pioneer whose favorite target was, more often than not, herself.

funnyordie:

Joan Rivers: A Life Worth Joking About

A tribute to a sharp-tongued comedic pioneer whose favorite target was, more often than not, herself.

dragofficialnews:

Drag Race Queens Remember Joan Rivers 

Read the words they had to share about this iconic comedy legend here

darling-nicks:

Made a special stop on Hollywood Boulevard this morning. Love you forever Queen Joan.

darling-nicks:

Made a special stop on Hollywood Boulevard this morning. Love you forever Queen Joan.

tvhousehusband:

Life lessons from Joan.

"Rivers talked openly about sex and sexism when that was a particularly alienating thing to do. In the documentary, she remembers how Jack Lemmon walked out of her stand-up show because he was disgusted by a joke she told about women supposedly sleeping their way to the top. (That people remember Lemmon as a mensch and often think of Rivers as some kind of monster says a lot about gender in Hollywood.) She then relates an early exchange with her manager: “A woman shouldn’t talk about that,” he advises after Rivers makes an off-color abortion joke. Rivers replies, “You’re wrong. This is exactly what we should be talking about.” For her whole career, Rivers has been self-consciously pushing boundaries. In recent years she’s often spectacularly pushed the wrong ones, but we shouldn’t forget that, at one time, she was pushing the right ones—and doing it virtually alone."

"The Fall and Rise of Joan Rivers," by Phillip Maciak (via aherman2006)

vanityfair:

Joan Rivers Takes the Proust Questionnaire, February 1997
Where would you like to live? Eighteenth-century France, but with plumbing and plastic surgery.
How would you like to die? Coming offstage after a five-minute standing ovation, falling into the arms of my lover, and having the doctor look at me and say, “This is impossible! She looks much too young to go!”
If you were to die and come back as a person or thing, what do you think it would be? Something small, like a flower … or an autumn leaf … or Jackie Chan.
What is your motto? I have two. The first is “Get on with it.” The second is “Don’t eat anything you pick up off the sidewalk.”
Read more here. 
Illustration by Risko.

vanityfair:

Joan Rivers Takes the Proust Questionnaire, February 1997

Where would you like to live? Eighteenth-century France, but with plumbing and plastic surgery.

How would you like to die? Coming offstage after a five-minute standing ovation, falling into the arms of my lover, and having the doctor look at me and say, “This is impossible! She looks much too young to go!”

If you were to die and come back as a person or thing, what do you think it would be? Something small, like a flower … or an autumn leaf … or Jackie Chan.

What is your motto? I have two. The first is “Get on with it.” The second is “Don’t eat anything you pick up off the sidewalk.”

Read more here. 

Illustration by Risko.