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2/09/2023 12:23 pm  #401


 

2/14/2023 11:56 am  #402


Re: RIP, Famous person

David Harris (1946-2023), cancer.
Gutsy peace activist, reporter and writer; one time husband of Joan Baez.

 

2/16/2023 12:54 am  #403


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Raquel Welch 82


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

3/04/2023 4:52 pm  #404


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Actor Tom Sizemore:

On February 18, 2023, Sizemore suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm at his Los Angeles home and was hospitalized at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in critical condition.  Charles Lago, his representative, issued a statement on February 27 that doctors had determined there was "no further hope and have recommended end-of-life decision" to Sizemore's family.   Sizemore died on March 3, at the age of 61.

 


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3/04/2023 9:41 pm  #405


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Viewing Tom Sizemore's credits, he was a very busy actor.  Considering how few of those movies were memorable, it says so much about how many little known movies are made every year.  Furthermore I do not remember him in any of those movies.  Apparently he was a popular character actor.

But then I did not know other famous actors, such as Ted Danson, Vin Diesel, and Dennis Farina, were also in "Saving Private Ryan".
 

 

3/09/2023 7:12 am  #406


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I never saw this one coming....

Mystic Meg, 80, flu


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

3/09/2023 7:15 am  #407


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Topol, 87


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

3/09/2023 2:48 pm  #408


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Also Gary Rossington, https://cellar.org/images/moresmilies/shred.gif
for Lynyrd Skynyrd.


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3/09/2023 6:23 pm  #409


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I Love my country, I fear the government.
 
 

3/11/2023 8:20 pm  #410


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Robert Blake, 89, heart disease...

Man, I loved me some Baretta when I was a kid.  I liked his junky ol Impala, and I liked his cockatoo, Fred.

He (Robert Blake, not the bird) turned down the role of Little Joe on Bonanza.
 

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3/13/2023 6:40 pm  #411


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Dick Fosbury of Fosbury Flop Fame. lymphoma, 76

I had no idea he was still alive -somehow I always assume if something is named after someone, they are long since departed, but the technique was only developed two years before I was born, he was only 24 years only than me


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

3/19/2023 2:23 pm  #412


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Lance Reddick was a surprise. Age 60.


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3/20/2023 12:28 pm  #413


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I was just watching him in that weird clip where he marches around going, "I wanna be LeVar Burton! I wanna be LeVar Burton!" wearing chains and that visor thing on his face.

The dude looked healthy

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3/21/2023 5:53 am  #414


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I guess he was legit famous. I only see one thing I think saw him in but I know the face. Too damn young.


If you would only recognize that life is hard, things would be so much easier for you. - Louis Brandeis
 

3/26/2023 1:09 pm  #415


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Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, 94.

Moore's Law
 


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3/27/2023 11:56 am  #416


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There's a morbid joke in there, somewhere. Like, "it will be half as long until the next guy dies" or something


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3/29/2023 6:37 pm  #417


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Savage!   Paul O'Grady 67


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

3/29/2023 8:34 pm  #418


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The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

3/29/2023 9:18 pm  #419


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monster wrote:


OMG just got to the end of that ^  ...laughed so hard during the finale my face hurts, is soaked with tears and I am so glad I got up to pee 10 minutes ago


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

4/03/2023 5:39 pm  #420


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Former UK chancellor Nigel Lawson, 91

I always forget about former UK politicians when making my deathpool list -unless Scargill counts as a politician


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

4/04/2023 10:01 am  #421


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RIP Seymour Stein, one of the greatest record execs to ever do it

the GenX soundtrack was created by Mr Stein

The Ramones
Talking Heads
Depeche Mode
The Pretenders
The Smiths
The Cure
Echo and the Bunnymen
The Replacements
Madness
Aphex Twin
Everything But The Girl
My Bloody Valentine
Seal
The Ocean Blue (hello Harrisburg)
and some weirdo with only one name, Madonna

and not Belle and Sebastian, whom he failed to sign because they wanted to keep doing it their way

 

4/04/2023 12:01 pm  #422


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wow


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4/04/2023 6:06 pm  #423


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Sneaking in not-exactly-a-celebrity-but-may-be-of-interest....Catan creator Klaus Teuber. 70


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

4/04/2023 8:28 pm  #424


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Keryx said sad,


I Love my country, I fear the government.
 
 

4/05/2023 6:22 am  #425


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Bummer, Catan is a favorite here.


If you would only recognize that life is hard, things would be so much easier for you. - Louis Brandeis
 

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