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  1. 5 points
    That's going to derail his campaign for sure
  2. 5 points
    G.R.O. has Johnson born in 1919 and Carr born in 1921, not in 1923.
  3. 4 points
    There is no ambiguity to this. Harry has left the Royal Family. Irrespective of the rights and wrongs or who is to blame, both of them are a pair of cunts. He has always disliked the whole 'Royalty' thing, it has been obvious for a long time that, unlike his brother, he considered his birth into the dynasty as a burden. This is aside to what he really thinks in respect to his mothers treatment by them throughout her marriage, divorce and death. It is incredible, in view of all of that, that he has the brass neck to still consider himself to be The Duke of Sussex and use it to further his own career in the charidee sector etc, etc. I have not mentioned her because, obviously, to be critical would make me a racist. I actually think the sooner they are finished with the remainder of their royal duties and are out of here for good the sooner everybody will stop talking about them and just fuck them both off.
  4. 4 points
    I swear every time this board has an argument about whether someone is famous or not it's like my mum going "oooh he looks like that actor. you know the man. the man that was in the film with the woman."
  5. 4 points
    Dave Carey died in 2015: https://www.theargus.co.uk/announcements/deaths/deaths/13982435.Dave_Carey/ I found a forum thread about Marie Benson while researching for my #1 Hits DDP team, which included a post saying this: "I came across your post today regarding Marie Benson. She is my Great Aunt. All you information on her is great. Aunty Marie taught me how to sing jazz in my 20s and we became very close. She unfortunatley passed away in 2003." (Another two posters also claim to be relatives after that, neither of whom contradict that account.)
  6. 4 points
    How well that illustrates the proverb, "Empty vessels make most noise".
  7. 3 points
    Posted 19 hours ago Larry Tesler, formerly of Xerox PARV & Apple has died aged 74  Computer scientist Larry Tesler was the inventor of copy-and-paste as we know it today, and was also the guide that showed Steve Jobs the Xerox PARC systems that would inspire the Macintosh. This copy and paste work is my tribute.......
  8. 3 points
    Yes indeed, tis Hounds Of Love It samples Night Of The Demon which was loosely based on M.R. James Casting The Runes (a TV dramatisation of which scared the shit out of me and my mum many years ago - sadly only a fragment survives of this memorable adaptation). "It's in the trees - it's coming!" also featured in an episode of Endeavour several years back, as an easter egg. Interesting fact in the comments on the Youtube page. The lines about the fox: "These lines refer to a movie: Gone to Earth, GB 1950, by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger." (I've read the book it's based on)
  9. 3 points
    Diana deliberately courted the media. Those last few days, she was flaunting herself at them on Dodi's boat, well aware that the long lenses of the paparazzi were on her, and welcoming the fact. Yet when they arrived in Paris, for some reason they avoided photographers as though they were assassins. All they had to do was come out, pose and wave and get into the car. It wouldn't have killed them to do that. Alternatively, not go out at all, but stay in the hotel. Harry's shaping up the same. Mental health my arse. It's just wanting everything your own way with no regard for anyone else. As a mate of mine used to say, "Well, we'd ALL like to do THAT."
  10. 3 points
    I'm not getting too excited yet! Thanks are due to @Bibliogryphon for disqualifying my (still living) Tom Atkins entry - Kellye Nakahara was the late replacement for him.
  11. 3 points
    How's the Telegraph suit you? https://www.telegraph.co.uk/obituaries/2020/02/17/pearl-carr-one-half-popular-1950s-singing-act-husband-teddy/
  12. 3 points
    ABSOLUTE # SCENES going on SotW, seriously. Guards, ketamine crazed people, everything. Is suddenly somehow MY fault! Tbf usually IS, but not this time. No. I'm 600 miles away, cuntos. Blame someone else.
  13. 3 points
    She is hardly 'empty' is she. Her tits carry a metric shit ton of silicon in them and she has had more cum in her than a 'Fuck me for a fiver' prostitute.
  14. 2 points
    Bit of a shocker that. Next to Patrick Moore she always seemed so young and healthy !
  15. 2 points
    Pop Smoke, whose latest album got to #7 on the Billboard charts just a few weeks ago, killed in a home invasion aged 20.
  16. 2 points
  17. 2 points
    Basil in the pulpit giving a eulogy, that is gold ! pmsl at "Big names of the 70s, even some who weren't arrested"
  18. 2 points
    How long did we have to wait for an obit when Teddy died? YoungWillz posted The Guardian obit two days before Johnson died. https://forums.deathlist.net/topic/9272-derby-dead-pool-2018/?page=44&tab=comments#comment-358308
  19. 2 points
    American actor Hal Holbrook turns the grand old age of 95 today! Thanks for the like @msc but I assumed he starred in the Poseidon Adventure because you mentioned him in this thread but just checked and can't see that he did!!Oops a daisy!?
  20. 2 points
    It was no longer Lesley Gore's party (and she died if she wanted to) after this day five years ago, aged 68.
  21. 2 points
    American Illustrator Barbara Remington most famous for her cover illustrations of Lord of the rings paperbacks passed away aged 90 in January. I couldn't find her death reported on here when I did a quick search so decided to post. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/15/books/barbara-remington-dead.html
  22. 2 points
    Same original source as for her husband in 2018. (Pearl Carr for the search engine)
  23. 2 points
    Marvelous. You're a god damn wizard, Paul. Genfærd is the danish word for apparition and my byline is Danish for "fascinated by death" - just so you don't think there's some sort of dick joke in it or something.
  24. 2 points
    Bloody hell, it worked......... Erm, I mean, done. no problem.
  25. 2 points
    Roy Clarke the creative genius behind numerous classic british sitcoms like Last of the summer wine celebrates his 90th birthday today.
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