Mr. McMenaminuses, (Of course this is your "ghost-writer" name.)
After reading your "Junior High-ish" article on Farrah Fawcett (07/02/09), I was appalled by your treatment of this intelligent, kind, and caring icon of the 1970s.
In the late '70s, my wife's best friend was cousins with Farrah, thus enabling my wife the opportunity to speak with Miss Fawcett on the phone. She (my wife) said Farrah was very personable and did not rush the phone call. She also spoke to her then-husband, Lee Majors.
Farrah did not pick her cancer, yet you call it arousing! WTF?
Also, do we really need to know about your spooge on the ceiling?
Possibly after you pass away (of course you will never be famous), some writer old enough to use implements other than a crayon will choose not to dehumanize you.
Whoever did pen the "Opinion" column, keep your private, sick thoughts in your puny, disabled brain.