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What kind of Wood doesn't float?

February 29 2012 at 2:26 PM
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That old joke just isn't even correct because Natalie Wood actually floats quite well.

So the joke should be---

Q: What kind of wood floats?

A: Natalie Wood, for several hours after being bludgeoned and then tossed into the sea by Robert Wagner.

Ya gotta admit though, its not as funny sounding as the original one. But its WAY more accurate.

 
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Re: What kind of Wood doesn't float?

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February 29 2012, 2:42 PM 

She didn't float. Natalie sank and was found underwater. Sorry, you have no proof that Natalie floated (above the water). You have the opposite; when she was found by Doug Bombard (the man who found Natalie's body) she was underwater, hanging in her coat. The only thing the coat did was to keep Natalie from sinking to the bottom. It did not keep her above the surface of the water.

 
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February 29 2012, 3:20 PM 

"The only thing the coat did was to keep Natalie from sinking to the bottom."


Yeah, Mr Wizard that's called FLOATING you ignorant bastardd.

 
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February 29 2012, 3:58 PM 

Another thread from Don showing off his wide intellect.

Or wait, is it the Don wannabe?

LOL

 
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February 29 2012, 4:04 PM 

"Yeah, Mr Wizard that's called FLOATING you ignorant bastardd."


You dingbat. She was not floating above the surface of the water, she sank. Natalie's head and body were submerged. In case you did not know this: A human being can't survive under the water unless he or she has an oxygen supply. Her jacket did not preserve her life, it only preserved her body.


 
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February 29 2012, 4:36 PM 

"She was not floating above the surface of the water, she sank."

You insipid fool. Go read a book. SHE FLOATED FOR HOURS!

Look, let me put it like this...If you EVER show up here and act this stupid again I am going to come after you with a rope.

 
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February 29 2012, 6:11 PM 

Take that rope. Tie one end around your neck. Take the other end and tie it around your dingle. Tighten both as tightly as you can and then and only then drive a rusty railroad spike into your femoral artery and rid the world of one more loser.

 
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February 29 2012, 6:15 PM 

"Yeah, Mr Wizard that's called FLOATING you ignorant bastardd."

You are a dingbat. Natalie was found under the water. She hung onto the dinghy until exhaustion and hypothermia set in. She would not have lasted more than an hour hanging onto the dinghy. After she let go, she went under. That's the way she was found--under the water. That is a fact. Sorry, honey, you can't argue with the truth.

 
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February 29 2012, 7:36 PM 

"Take that rope. Tie one end around your neck. Take the other end and tie it around your dingle. Tighten both as tightly as you can and then and only then drive a rusty railroad spike into your femoral artery and rid the world of one more loser"

WHAT?????
LMMFAO!!!!!

This crowd kills me , it does.


 
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To clear this up.

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February 29 2012, 7:49 PM 

To the many morons here:

First of all the Pacific Ocean has a very high salt content and salt makes things very buoyant ( This is 3rd grade science stuff) add to that that the woman was wearing a down jacket ( a proven flotation device) and what you've got is one floating, dying woman. She drowned when she could no longer keep her face above the water. She was found FLOATING in the water. People who sink to the bottom of a body of water, be it a pool or an ocean are said to be found "not floating". Can you see the FUC%ING DIFFERENCE NIMROD?

LOL, I swear if you people ever read more than this ******-up blog you might learn something. GO READ A REAL BOOK!

 
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March 1 2012, 12:22 AM 

You are truly the biggest moron going. Natalie was submerged. Her jacket was submerged. It did not keep her above the water. The man who discovered Natalie's body, Doug Bombard, said that a fist sized piece of the jacket (fist sized) was sticking out of the water. That is how he was able to find her.
The jacket and Natalie were submerged.

Can you comprehend how small the size of that piece of jacket sticking out of the water was? It was small! That is why they needed daylight to find her.

Natalie was not floating on top of the water and her face fell into the water, Natalie went under!

 
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March 1 2012, 6:16 AM 

She was found in an upright position her face was in the water which means the jacket was unbuttoned and she was hanging from it, had the jacket been buttoned she would have been floating full body

 
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March 1 2012, 6:38 AM 

NEEDED DAYLIGHT TO FIND HER?
Oh my God! You are insane! What they needed was Robert Wagner to report his wife missing the second that he saw she was missing but of course he didn't do that and he didn't do that because he already knew where she was!

 
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March 1 2012, 7:12 AM 

"NEEDED DAYLIGHT TO FIND HER?"


Uh, yeah. She was completely submerged, You can't see a submerged human being. You would have to be on top of her to see her in the day, but it would have been impossible to see her at night.

The only reason Bombard found her was because he was in the right place at the right time. That very, very, very small piece of her jacket was sticking out of the water and only visible in the light of day. They had already been over that area for hours. Bombard followed the currents and found her, but he needed that morning light to see that bubble of red.

 
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March 1 2012, 8:13 AM 

"She was found in an upright position her face was in the water which means the jacket was unbuttoned and she was hanging from it,"

That is exactly what I think. Bombard said she was haning from her jacket. That could only mean her jacket was unfastened. It makes sense that she wouldn't zipper it; if she was only going out to retie the dinghy line. No blizzard conditions that night, and it is the thing most of us would do.

That's why I say Bombard got to her before she might have slipped out of that jacket and her body might never have been recovered.

 
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March 1 2012, 9:10 AM 

If Payne and Wayne would have dove their yellow *sses off their boat and swam to save whomever they say they heard drowning, Wood might still be alive today.

I'm amazed they did not even t-r-y. Such a short distance away, two people that were expert swimmers, one being a male, both young, healthy, physically active, and yet they state they only made a phone call while listening to her cries for help for 25 mins. When the cries ceased, they returned to bed. I guess they weren't surprised when they heard the news the next morning that someone in the boat next to them had really drowned.

If I were them, I wouldn't have advertised this story at all. It makes them out to be cowards.

Alas, what some people will do to be caught up in a celebrity world.

Funny but we don't hear anything from the man, John Payne. Only Marilyn flapping her lips and telling the story abit different each time.

 
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March 1 2012, 9:56 AM 

Easy to blame Wayne and Payne, real easy because that takes the heat off the bastard who beat her up and dumped her in the ocean. Wayne and Payne thought a party was going on, they'd be risking their lives for nothing because they heard the man's voice say he'd get the voice, and then the voice stopped. When you can't see what you'd be swimming towards, you life could be in grave danger. They did the smart thing and called for help. Not their fault the harbor master was sleeping.

As for Natalie floating, the idiot who says she wasn't floating is infuriating. It was a chopper pilot who saw the bright red coat in the water from the air, because it was not submerged. The coat was above the water floating Natalie. Her weight, after becoming deceased was weighing her out of the coat, and eventually she would've fallen from the coat (that's why it came off when Bombard pulled her out)... Natalie floated for a long time because of the down coat. That's a fact, Jack. You are the stupidest, uninformed person to ever walk the face of this forum.

 
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March 1 2012, 9:58 AM 

Does anyone know if Marilyn Wayne is the same Marilyn Wayne who was an actress back in the 50s and 60s?

 
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March 1 2012, 10:02 AM 

You are full of **** and still trying to make your boy RJ look like the innocent widower.
Do I think anything will ever come out of this investigation? Nope. Does not matter. Damage is already done. Your boy will never be looked at as the truly innocent, bereaved widower ever again. The cloud is cast forever.
THANK YOU MARTI! THANK YOU DENNIS!

 
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March 1 2012, 10:05 AM 

I'm sorry, is that a "yes" to my question about Marilyn Wayne?

 
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