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Goodbye Kit Carson

As part of the weird entanglement of life, (or is it just coincidence in a non-Newtonian quantum world? ) we submit the death of L.M. “Kit” Carson.

Yesterday we wandered to Paris, Texas in reporting the death of Oscar de la Renta. Today, we report the death of Carson who directed the acclaimed film “Paris, Texas.”

Cause of death, probably pneumonia at age 72. There’s a lot that could, and has, been said about Carson’s writing and directing career, but the tidbit we ODDly like is Carson’s marriage to Karen Black, the actress that played the obnoxious, airheaded waitress Rayette in “Five Easy Pieces”  and uttered the line, “Does this house have a tel-e-vision?”

(BTW, Karen died earlier this year of ampullary cancer, a rare cancer at the junction of the bile and pancreatic ducts.)

Hold the chicken.

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