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Posted: 5/6/2004 11:37:21 AM EST
Link Posted: 5/6/2004 11:42:34 AM EST
Ms. Heinz Ketchup, a republican until last year, and her late Heinz hubby was a Republican congressman for years.


Maria Teresa Thierstein Simoes-Ferreira Heinz Kerry is at least as complicated as her name. The daughter of a doctor, she was born in what was then the Portuguese colony of Mozambique, which borders South Africa and Tanzania. She mastered five languages: Portuguese, French, Spanish, Italian and English. While studying in Switzerland, she conquered the heart of H. John Heinz III, the heir to his family's ketchup and food fortune. They married in 1966.

She has three sons from her 25-year marriage with Heinz, and began seeing Kerry after meeting him at an Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Even after their marriage in 1995, she says it took a while for her not to think of Heinz when referring to Kerry as her husband. "It took me a while to not say 'my husband' meaning John Heinz, cause I'd been married to him for 25 years. Then I switched to thinking my husband John Kerry — and then I thought thank goodness they're both called John."



Damn thats an ugly wench, good thing shes rich!



Link Posted: 5/6/2004 11:46:38 AM EST

Originally Posted By CavVet:
Ms. Heinz Ketchup, a republican until last year, and her late Heinz hubby was a Republican congressman for years.


Maria Teresa Thierstein Simoes-Ferreira Heinz Kerry is at least as complicated as her name. The daughter of a doctor, she was born in what was then the Portuguese colony of Mozambique, which borders South Africa and Tanzania. She mastered five languages: Portuguese, French, Spanish, Italian and English. While studying in Switzerland, she conquered the heart of H. John Heinz III, the heir to his family's ketchup and food fortune. They married in 1966.

She has three sons from her 25-year marriage with Heinz, and began seeing Kerry after meeting him at an Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Even after their marriage in 1995, she says it took a while for her not to think of Heinz when referring to Kerry as her husband. "It took me a while to not say 'my husband' meaning John Heinz, cause I'd been married to him for 25 years. Then I switched to thinking my husband John Kerry — and then I thought thank goodness they're both called John."






Sounds like John-boy made quite an impression.
Link Posted: 5/6/2004 11:55:56 AM EST

Originally Posted By CavVet:
Ms. Heinz Ketchup, a republican until last year, and her late Heinz hubby was a Republican congressman for years.


Maria Teresa Thierstein Simoes-Ferreira Heinz Kerry is at least as complicated as her name. The daughter of a doctor, she was born in what was then the Portuguese colony of Mozambique, which borders South Africa and Tanzania. She mastered five languages: Portuguese, French, Spanish, Italian and English. While studying in Switzerland, she conquered the heart of H. John Heinz III, the heir to his family's ketchup and food fortune. They married in 1966.

She has three sons from her 25-year marriage with Heinz, and began seeing Kerry after meeting him at an Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Even after their marriage in 1995, she says it took a while for her not to think of Heinz when referring to Kerry as her husband. "It took me a while to not say 'my husband' meaning John Heinz, cause I'd been married to him for 25 years. Then I switched to thinking my husband John Kerry — and then I thought thank goodness they're both called John."



Damn thats an ugly wench, good thing shes rich!

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blech! The money ain't been printed that would get me with her.
Link Posted: 5/6/2004 11:58:26 AM EST
Link Posted: 5/7/2004 3:55:08 AM EST

Originally Posted By Aimless:
Well she's like 65 now I think. I'd bet she looked a little different when Heinz ran across her in Switzerland or whereever.






John Kerry and Teresa Heinz on December 9, 1994.



Kerry shares a personal moment with his wife, Teresa Heinz, prior to his debate with Governor William Weld at Springfield Technical Community College on October 24, 1996.

mmm... nah. Still nasty.

Plus, looks ain't everything. If she looked like Erika Eleniak, I'd still have to think twice.
Link Posted: 5/7/2004 4:19:10 AM EST
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Link Posted: 5/7/2004 4:24:45 AM EST

Originally Posted By Older_Crow:
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Link Posted: 5/7/2004 4:36:55 AM EST
CavVet - you brought some of that shit back from Amsterdam, didn't you? LOL
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