Meredith Baxter getting married?

Dec 12, 2009 Full story: ABC15.com 27

Actress Meredith Baxter arrives at the Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences' 'Father's Day Salute To TV Dads' on June 18, 2009 in North Hollywood, California.

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Short Left Index Finger

Toronto, Canada

#1 Dec 12, 2009
Of course she's getting married.Women want to get married and men get want boyfriends.
Short Left Index Finger

Toronto, Canada

#2 Dec 12, 2009
From the pictures that I saw in the tabloids,she must be having one orgasm after another,because those two are like white on rice with each other.

Since: Jan 07

Phoenix AZ

#3 Dec 12, 2009
Who is Meredith Baxter? I've never heard of her.
Short Left Index Finger

Toronto, Canada

#4 Dec 12, 2009
Go on Wikipedia.

“TAKIA AND TA TONKA”

Since: Aug 08

HAPPY TOGETHER!!!

#5 Dec 12, 2009
Congratulations to the both of them......my wife and I wish them many years of marital bliss......but really why is this news?
Leftatalbuquerqu e

Toronto, Canada

#7 Dec 12, 2009
Ye Olde Fart wrote:
Who is Meredith Baxter? I've never heard of her.
In the 70's she was in "Bridget Loves Bernie"; in the 80's she was in "Family Ties",the breakout TV vehicle for Michael J. Fox. A lot of Family Channel, Showtime, HBO stuff since.
BS Detector

Loma Linda, CA

#8 Dec 12, 2009
Ye Olde Fart wrote:
Who is Meredith Baxter? I've never heard of her.
Where have you been for the past 30+ years?

“Trolls, the canker sores of”

Since: Jul 07

the internet.

#9 Dec 12, 2009
I really like her acting. I hope she and her sweetie have long and happy lives together.

“Uninsured elderly Toyota owner”

Since: Jun 08

San Diego, CA

#10 Dec 12, 2009
Slow your roll, Meredith! Ya' just came out. Reminds me of the joke:

What does a lesbian bring on a second date?

A U-Haul.
Short Left Index Finger

Toronto, Canada

#11 Dec 13, 2009
Clerkerist wrote:
Slow your roll, Meredith! Ya' just came out. Reminds me of the joke:
What does a lesbian bring on a second date?
A U-Haul.
What does a gay man bring on the second date?What second date?They've been together for four years,what else are they supposed to do?And by the way,I was in the Church/Wellesly gay ghetto last night,and as usual,almost everybody smokes and every other car is a taxi.

“Ya gotta love...”

Since: Sep 09

Planet Earth

#12 Dec 13, 2009
Rose T-H wrote:
......but really why is this news?
Jelous?

Since: Apr 08

Burlington, Canada

#13 Dec 13, 2009
Short Left Index Finger wrote:
<quoted text>What does a gay man bring on the second date?What second date?They've been together for four years,what else are they supposed to do?And by the way,I was in the Church/Wellesly gay ghetto last night,and as usual,almost everybody smokes and every other car is a taxi.
I was in the Church-Wellesley neighborhood yesterday. I was there with my husband. We have been together since 1988.

Oh, and we had our two sons with us too.(And none of us smoke!)

There are lots of gay men just like my husband and I who don't fit the stereotype of "party boy" types who rarely go on second dates. You just need to know what to watch for to spot us!

“Uninsured elderly Toyota owner”

Since: Jun 08

San Diego, CA

#14 Dec 13, 2009
Gay And Proud wrote:
<quoted text>
I was in the Church-Wellesley neighborhood yesterday. I was there with my husband. We have been together since 1988.
Oh, and we had our two sons with us too.(And none of us smoke!)
There are lots of gay men just like my husband and I who don't fit the stereotype of "party boy" types who rarely go on second dates. You just need to know what to watch for to spot us!
So the answer to what a gay man brings on a second date would be his husband and two kids? If that's the case then I am definitely going to be lighting up.

Since: Apr 08

Burlington, Canada

#15 Dec 14, 2009
Clerkerist wrote:
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So the answer to what a gay man brings on a second date would be his husband and two kids? If that's the case then I am definitely going to be lighting up.
Ummm... if that was supposed to be funny then I missed the funny part.

You have to have a really good sense of humour to stick with the same partner for more than a few years -- and then even more to raise a kid or two! I know funny when I see it.

“Uninsured elderly Toyota owner”

Since: Jun 08

San Diego, CA

#16 Dec 14, 2009
Gay And Proud wrote:
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Ummm... if that was supposed to be funny then I missed the funny part.
You have to have a really good sense of humour to stick with the same partner for more than a few years -- and then even more to raise a kid or two! I know funny when I see it.
My partner passed away in 2004. We were together for 10 years, no kids (at least none that I know of).

I see what went wrong here. It's only funny in America. If you're ever in the States, you'll think about, and you'll laugh and laugh!

Since: Apr 08

Burlington, Canada

#17 Dec 14, 2009
Clerkerist wrote:
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My partner passed away in 2004. We were together for 10 years, no kids (at least none that I know of).
I see what went wrong here. It's only funny in America. If you're ever in the States, you'll think about, and you'll laugh and laugh!
Sorry, still doesn't work.

We lived in the USA from 2001 through 2008 -- and adopted our kids when we were down there. We met many same-sex couples while living there. Many had been together just as long, or longer, than my partner and I.

Back before we moved to the USA my partner and I lived in the Church-Welleseley neighborhood in Toronto. Now that we've moved back to Canada, we live in the suburbs outside Toronto.

“Uninsured elderly Toyota owner”

Since: Jun 08

San Diego, CA

#18 Dec 14, 2009
Gay And Proud wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry, still doesn't work.
We lived in the USA from 2001 through 2008 -- and adopted our kids when we were down there. We met many same-sex couples while living there. Many had been together just as long, or longer, than my partner and I.
Back before we moved to the USA my partner and I lived in the Church-Welleseley neighborhood in Toronto. Now that we've moved back to Canada, we live in the suburbs outside Toronto.
I'm not entirely clear on why you are trying to bust my balls here, but since you've insulted my sense of humor, my ability to maintain a relationship with a partner long ago dead, and also seem to be suggesting that I mistreat orphans so badly that you had to come here and adopt them yourself, I can only assume that Canadians are becoming more surly, or that you think I've attacked you in some way. I doubt the former and refute the latter. I'm a friend.

“Ya gotta love...”

Since: Sep 09

Planet Earth

#20 Dec 14, 2009
Gay And Proud wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry, still doesn't work.
We lived in the USA from 2001 through 2008 -- and adopted our kids when we were down there. We met many same-sex couples while living there. Many had been together just as long, or longer, than my partner and I.
Back before we moved to the USA my partner and I lived in the Church-Welleseley neighborhood in Toronto. Now that we've moved back to Canada, we live in the suburbs outside Toronto.
What about being gay makes you proud? I would be proud of my accomplishments or how I've lived my life, but I didn't work or strive to be a hetero, so why are you "gay and proud"?

Since: Apr 08

Burlington, Canada

#21 Dec 14, 2009
August Moon wrote:
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What about being gay makes you proud? I would be proud of my accomplishments or how I've lived my life, but I didn't work or strive to be a hetero, so why are you "gay and proud"?
Because I live honestly and openly even when it's not convenient to do so. And no one will make me feel ashamed because of who I am. Everyone should be proud of who they are: male, female, transgendered, heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, asexual, black, white, tall, short, Christian, Pagan, etc.

Since: Apr 08

Burlington, Canada

#22 Dec 14, 2009
Clerkerist wrote:
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I'm not entirely clear on why you are trying to bust my balls here, but since you've insulted my sense of humor, my ability to maintain a relationship with a partner long ago dead, and also seem to be suggesting that I mistreat orphans so badly that you had to come here and adopt them yourself, I can only assume that Canadians are becoming more surly, or that you think I've attacked you in some way. I doubt the former and refute the latter. I'm a friend.
Careful, my friend. The 'phobes will think you're being serious.

; )

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