Skip to comments.Famous author who penned books on Bobby Kennedy and Edie Sedgwick jumps to her death from [Tr]
Posted on 05/01/2017 1:11:04 PM PDT by Cecily
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She is his mother.
I don’t really care if these people are libs, or even out and out commies, suicide is a great tragedy that I’ve suffered in my own family. I don’t think suicide in the elderly is uncommon as they can often suffer from depression. I read about this woman’s death in the Post, but I don’t think it said who she was. My sympathies to her family and to Anderson Cooper also, I never heard about his brother killing himself.
It’s just a brutal thing.
I have that book also. She certainly had a privileged and interesting life. Probably a big lib. Perhaps a Trump presidency was more than she could bear.
“I’ve gone out the window.” - a line from a woody Allen movie.
Interesting - still alive - that’s amazing.
She felt deserted and sought death in an attention grabbing manner.
Being that most buildings “skip” the 13th floor, this woman died even quicker than she probably anticipated.
Yes she was unlucky in that regard.
Got a citation for that?
Didn't even make the top 50 most common names as of the 2010 Census. Scroll down to page 8:
Many years ago I was a directory assistance operator for the phone company. I am well aware of how common Cooper is, and how many calls I got for that surname, regardless of a 2010 Census.
Well, of course you know better than a national statistical database of millions of respondents, because you were one person in one location with a headset.
Many years working and personal knowledge and all that. You sure have a big ol’ chip on your shoulder. If you just have to have the last word, go for it. You’ll probably be constipated if you don’t.
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