Mary Kennedy

RFK Jr.'s wife, Mary, dies

Wed, 16 May 2012 19:00:03 -0700 Mary Kennedy, from whom Robert F. Kennedy Jr. filed for divorce in 2010, is dead, said an employee of the Westchester County, New York, medical examiner's office. http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/16/us/mary-kennedy-dead/index.html?eref=rss_us

Mary Kennedy, wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., dies

Wed, 16 May 2012 18:51:39 -0700 Mary Kennedy, from whom Robert F. Kennedy Jr. filed for divorce in 2010, is dead, an employee of the Westchester County, New York, medical examiner's office said Wednesday. http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/16/us/mary-kennedy-dead/index.html?eref=rss_mostpopular

Mary Kennedy, wife of Robert Kennedy Jr., found dead

Wed, 16 May 2012 18:51:39 -0700 Mary Kennedy's family confirmed the death. Police earlier said a body was found in an out building at an address Robert F. Kennedy Jr. owned. He had filed for divorce. http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/16/us/mary-kennedy-dead/index.html?eref=rss_topstories

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7 Responses to Mary Kennedy

  • How Are You Coping With Yet “another” Kennedy Family Death? Mary Kennedy found dead at age 52..comments?
    I find it hard to believe that there’s any Kennedy left in that family. Seems like one or two die every month or so.

  • Anonymous says:

    Which Was Worse, Romney’s Hazing In Prep School, Or Drowning Mary Jo Kopechne At Chappaquiddick? Chappaquiddick didn’t seem to bother Democrats, who re-elected Ted Kennedy over and over again for 40 years.

    Why does a little hazing incident bother them so much? Oh right, like the Kennedy boys never did any hazing in school…

    • Curator says:

      Or committing perjury, suborning justice, being impeached, getting BJ’s in the Oval Office — and the media worshipped Bill Clinton!

      Expect nothing from the demcrat media, especially honest reporting:

      Numerous polls were taken asking Americans whether they thought the mainstream media — all the major TV news programs and newspapers — favored Obama or McCain in the 2008 election. The results:
      -Rasmussen poll: 69% thought it was pro-Obama, 6% pro-McCain
      -Pew Research poll: 67% thought it was pro-Obama, 11% pro-McCain
      -Sacred Heart University poll: 68% pro Obama, 9% pro McCain
      -Fox News/Opinion Dynamics poll: 67% pro-Obama, 11% pro-McCain

  • Fiona A says:

    Itinerary For Honeymoon In Orlando, Miami And Jacksonville – Is It Good? Hi there,

    My fiancee and I are honeymooning in florida in a fortnight for 2 weeks, and have the following itinerary drawn up. We want to see some ‘off the beaten track’ things, so hopefully this has some. Can you give me some feedback if its a good itinerary or if theres anything else we could add?

    day 1 – arrive, pick up car, food shopping at walmart (SO excited) and relax in villa
    day 2 – trip to Mount Dora for:segway tour, lunch, vintage train ride, shopping, dinner, ghost tour
    day 3 – brunch, harry p leu gardens, lunch, ripleys believe it or not, olive garden
    day 4 – universal studios, bahama breeze for dinner
    day 5 – trip to tampa/clearwater for: see ybor city, lunch, clearwater beach, shopping, dinner, pier 50 sundown party
    day 6 – tubing at kelly park, relax at villa, hoop dee hoo revue
    day 7 – leave v early and travel to miami for: swimming in venetian pool, lunch at coral gables, miami beach, little cuba, baseball game, drinks, hotel stay
    day 8 – leave v early, drive down to key largo (or bit before), everglades safari airboat tour, travel to fort lauderdale, people watch there, then travel back to orlando
    day 9 – john f kennedy space centre, daytona, dinner at dennys
    day 10 – boat tour at winter gardens, see area, shopping & lunch at mall at millenia or florida mall, fork & screen at night
    day 11 – relaxing at villa in pool and with BBQ (memorial day)
    day 12 – leave early to travel to st augustine for: castilla de san marcos, lunch, pirate museum, chocolate factory, then stay overnight in st augustine or jacksonville beach area
    day 13 – visit kingsley plantation, travel to st marys in georgia, submarine museum & lunch there, then travel back to orlando
    day 14 – universal studios islands of adventure, last minute shopping
    day 15 – travel home

    Phew! What do you think?

    Fx

    • Curator says:

      That’s a great good plan and hope you both will enjoy your honeymoon to the fullest. You can also include some calm and interesting outdoor activities like fishing, theatre to watch movie and so on.

      Hope you find it useful 🙂

  • My History Teacher Gave Us An Assignment: Correct Answers From College Exams, And Use Any Means You Like.? Some of the statements:
    Islam was founded around 1900.

    This extended until the secession of William Mary, who flew in from the Neverlands, We call this Gloriana’s Revolution of 1688.

    Americans, of course, wanted no involvement in the French and Indian War because they did not want to fight in India. This lead to the Stamp Act, where no stamps could be used unless they bore the American mascot.

    The Boston Tea Party was held at Pearl Harbor and many Colonists became convinced patriots after reading Horse Sense by the escaped Englishman Thomas Pain.

    An Example of the importance of women during the industrial revolution was the work of Spinning Jenny was a young girl forced to work more than 40 hours a day.

    Telephones were not available- communication went by mouth to mouth or telegram. The Interstate Highway System was built soon after the Civil War. The Trans-Siberian Railroad connected Europe to California. Urban mass transet included subways and electric tramps. The airplane was invented and first flown by the Marx brothers. Burt Einsten developed the theory of relativism.

    Japan became a European country during the Benji Restoration. China, which was already weakened by imperialist spears of influence, produced the Boxcar Rebellion.

    The Russo-Japanese War exploded between Japan and Italy.

    The Germans used the Schleppen Plan to surprise France by attacking through Bulgaria, which is not far from Paris.

    Unresurrected submarine warfare led the Germans to sink the Titanic and thus bring the USA into the war.

    The Russian Revolution of 1905 began about 1907. The Triple Alliance faced NATO.

    The Russian middle class were called Bolsheviks.

    Peace was proclaimed at Versigh which was attend by George Loid, Primal Minister of England. President Wilson arrived with fourteen pointers.

    Economic problems were caused mostly by falling prices, a problem we now recognize as inflation.

    Hitler believed in a Panned Germany and therefore insisted that Czechosolovakia release the seadted Germans into his care. Later he acquired them after making a deal with Munich.

    Few were surprised when the National League failed to prevent another World War.

    Japan boomed Pearl Harbor, the main US naval base in Southern California.

    Hitler’s secret attack on Russia was called Operation Barbarella.

    Stalin, Roosevelt, Churchill and Truman were known as the Big Three.

    Unfortunately, the second world war did not end until 1957.

    World War II became the Cold War because Benjamin Franklin Roosevelt did not trust Lenin and Stalin. An ironed curtain fell across Europe.

    John F. Kennedy worked closely with Russians to solve the Canadian Missile Crisis.

    The Berlin Wall was built somewhere in Europe.

    East and West made mends with each other and the Berlin Mall was torn down.

    South Africa followed Apart Hide, a policy that separated people by skin color.

    Dim El Sum ruled as the leader of North Korea.

    Note: These are COLLEGE STUDENT answers. They were copied word for word, which means any spelling mistakes were made by the college student. This is a high school World History Honors class assignment, for sophomores.
    Because my teacher allowed me to use any means I wanted, I decided to use Yahoo Answers. Any corrections?

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