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  • Birthday 27/06/1963

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  1. Sir Creep

    ABC Deadpool III

    Lastly (4.) there is the 'fame' threshold. As the great msc recently stated: "There’s enough Kate Bowler (published academic, cancer) types in the world that you don’t need Kate Cancer Mum of the Mirror Sob Story." I also shouldn't need to be sold on someone. If I find a worthwhile Wiki link or article about the celeb and their profession or accomplishments, fine (with all caveats lol). Not even a loosely crafted Wiki link will save the likes of Qin Hanzhang, who appears to me to be a nobody. He's OUT in case that wasn't clear just now. Telling me the person is an 'activist' when what they are fighting for is right-to-die legislation (or some other cause that suddenly became time of the essence) means they were very likely no one until they got sick. No SHIT they are activists lol. I would be too. I haven't raised a penny for pancreatic C research, but if diagnosed and feeling all philanthropic and self-serving, I may start a charity AND fight for the Dr. Jack Kervorkian (another Detroiter ) legislation. Doesn't transform me into a legit celeb. I know how the game goes but finding people who will actually die and QO vs dire concern over alliteration may be your golden egg laid by the 'bird in the hand'. Let Hilda Hansen be your touchstone to disappointment. SC
  2. Sir Creep

    What Are You Listening To Right Now?

    In light of developments of 18 July 2019.......
  3. Sir Creep

    Boxing Clever?

    Theme team developing here: David Allen was taken to hospital after a brutal ten round beating by British rival David Price. David Allen, 27, was taken to the Royal London Hospital as a precaution, after he stood up and collapsed down with his legs giving way. Trainer Darren Barker told Sky Sports that the fighter was waiting for a scan but believed to be OK. Promoter Eddie Hearn said: "We believe Dave suffered a broken orbital bone and some damage to his tongue. After the loss and trip to A&E, Allen hinted at retirement on Twitter, saying: "Dont want anyone to worry about me, just a hard man gone old and soft the last 18 months, very happy and proud of David price, I will be okay but the last 12 months or so my health has been deteriorating and I’m glad I hung on took the chance and made money and now probably done." SC
  4. Sir Creep

    Dead Pop Stars

    @Phantom missed this one. Too busy celebrating 7777 posts and prepping for his birthday. Jerry Lawson, who for four decades was the lead singer of the eclectic cult-favorite a cappella group the Persuasions, has died. He was 75. Lawson died Wednesday at a Phoenix hospice after a long illness. Lawson's smooth baritone led the group of five and later six singers, who were revered as the "The Kings of a Cappella" by their small but devoted fan base. Through 25 albums (!) the Persuasions recorded rock, blues, gospel and pop songs, all with no sound other than their own voices, long after the doo-wop era and long before the "Pitch Perfect" movies, when a cappella was rare. They had many famous fans including Rod Stewart, the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia, the members of Boyz II Men and Frank Zappa, who gave their career a boost when he discovered them in the late 1960s. They began in Brooklyn in 1962. "It was just five guys who used to stand on the corner or go down to the subway station every night and just do this," Persuasions member Jimmy Hayes told the AP in 2000. Joseph Russell, Herbert Rhoad and Jayotis Washington rounded out the original quintet. They got their break when Zappa signed them to his independent label for their first album in 1969. I LOVE that last line. That is friggin awesome. SC
  5. Sir Creep

    The Counterculture of the 1960's

    I know he's not on your list, but his obit speaks for itself. Would be remiss if it was not placed here, imho. Steve Cannon, a writer, visual artist, gallery owner and patron of multiculturalism, has died. He died July 7 of apparent septic shock at Veterans Hospital in New York City. He was 84. A native of New Orleans, Cannon moved to New York in the early 1960s. Cannon and Ishmael Reed helped found a multicultural publishing house and Reed was among those involved with Cannon's "A Gathering of Tribes," a literary publication, art gallery and arts organization. Cannon's books included "Groove, Bang and Jive Around," a 1969 publication that Reed called a "pre-rap novel." He also mentored younger writers, among them Man Booker Prize winner Paul Beatty. SC
  6. Sir Creep

    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

    I just wanted you to know how much I admired this. It's the little things, the tiny efforts that always go unrewarded.
  7. Sir Creep

    ABC Deadpool III

    Wait — Abdullah the Butcher isn’t his real name?! Yeah I saw this as the biggest sticking point for this pool and said as much with my first PM to Bibliogryphon about running it. 1. For starters—if the name was allowed in previous years it’ll be allowed in perpetuity, as the precedent has been established. (Also, if posted by DL the same applies. This should answer Prince Philip or Little Richard). 2. Second, my personal belief is we really start getting into subjectivity I hope to avoid when using stage names, pen names, etc. “But they ARE the popular names we associate with that person, SirC”. I know. As I said to Biblio should we accept (the late) Tiny Tim when that wasn’t his fekkin name? Sadly I think ‘yes’, in general. I really didn’t want to advance this straight into the field of subjectivity. Am I not supposed to accept John Wayne (you clowns prolly say he’s ‘Marion Morrison’, reversing the whole question posed lmao)? So — into the morass of subjectivity we shall go. If you have a question PM me rather than pages of posts here. You know me, going to be somewhat lenient (what’s the saying — don’t misconstrue my kindness as cowardice? Or summat lol). I truly have no personal reasons to keep any particular person out, so if I do - don’t get all huffy. Just a gut feeling we are approaching the precipice of no return. And keep in mind if I say no to you that’s no to everyone, so you’re not being picked on. That said, as Sir Creep says when donning his DP Admin hat: “I wasn’t put on earth to make friends.” 2b (supplement). As an axiom--and following rules #1 and #2 above--once the person’s stage name or pen name etc is accepted, their real name is OUT. We will establish one name and one name only for each carbon-based earthbound entity. 3. Third....nicknames. I’m going to lean on the side of keeping them OUT, and that is said knowing I have one on my team (see #1 above). So the great trumpeter ‘Buddy’ Bolden is Charles Joseph Bolden, Buddy is a nickname I don’t care how popular it was. But again, we shall be subjective and hope for the best. I know this didn’t answer anything did it. “There’s bloviating SirC as usual”. It’s as much insight as I can give. Just send questions to me. SC
  8. Sir Creep

    The Fringes Of Fame/family Of The Famous

    June Hansen, the wife of TV's 'Deadliest Catch' boat captain Sig Hanson, has 'a form of cancer' -- the type of which is all around her friggin neck and head. Waiting for test results for further info. SC
  9. Sir Creep

    Boxing Clever?

    I hate the name of this thread, always have. It's replete with twatiness. Only one that is worse is the Wrestlers / ACTORS why it says that I haven't a fucking clue. So why the two threads about the squared circle have such fucked up names I leave the twats who created them. Oh and so you don't delete another SirC rant, let's make it relevant: Maxim Dadashev was rushed to an area hospital after being stopped following the eleventh round of his fight against Subriel Matias on Friday night. The fight, which took place at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Md. as the co-feature to the Teofimo Lopez-Masayoshi Nakatani main event, had become more one-sided as the rounds progressed. Dadashev’s trainer James “Buddy” McGirt pleaded with his fighter in the corner to allow him to stop the fight. “I’m gonna stop the fight…Max, you’re getting hit too much…Please Max, let me do this…If I don’t, they’re gonna do it,” were the exhortations from McGirt in the corner. Dadashev, who entered the fight unbeaten at 13-0 (11 knockouts), protested his trainer’s request, before McGirt took things into his own hands and informed the referee that they wouldn’t answer the bell for the twelfth. Dadashev was taken to Washington Adventist Hospital, which is about 17 miles away from the venue. Dadashev was “severely concussed” and “severely dehydrated”, and that a neurologist was waiting to treat him once they arrived. A few minutes later at a second update, Dadashev, who had been initially responsive in the ambulance, had lost consciousness, prompting the ambulance to re-route to the closer UM Prince George’s Hospital, which is about 12 miles away. Osuna later reported that Dadashev was heading into surgery because “swelling has been so great that they need to bring that down.” He added that medical staff was trying to contact Dadashev’s wife Elizabeth in Russia to determine if he has any allergies or history of brain injury. SC
  10. Sir Creep

    Interesting Ways To Die...

    A 9-year-old girl died Friday after a tragic bounce house accident last weekend. Elizabeth “Lizzy” Hammond and two other children were playing in a bounce house in Reno, Nevada last Sunday when the bounce house was lifted about 10 feet into the air by the wind, getting caught in neighborhood power lines, according to the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office. Hammond was seriously injured and rushed to hospital in a critical condition. The other two children with her only received minor injuries. SC
  11. Sir Creep

    Cartoonists And Animators

    The man suspected of setting ablaze a beloved Japanese animation studio, killing 33 people, was raging about theft and witnesses and media reported he had a grudge against the company, as questions arose why such mass killings keep happening in the country. Police only have said the suspect Shinji Aoba, 41, who is hospitalized with severe burns and unable to talk, is from near Tokyo and did not work for the studio, Kyoto Animation. Aoba spent 3 ½ years in prison for robbing a convenience store in 2012 and lived on government support. The man told police that he set the fire because he thought "(Kyoto Animation) stole novels," according to Japanese media. It was unclear if he had contacted the studio earlier. SC
  12. Sir Creep

    American Football Players

    About 3 weeks ago I got knocked to my knees and couldn't function, couldn't hold fluids etc.... my vision went white etc, all just 'heat exhaustion'....which is two steps below heat stroke. I honestly felt close to death. Not a good OR SMART way to go. My excuse was I was alone trying to do 4 hours of outdoor work in the desert. It was stupid to continue when I felt it coming on. "I just have 30 minutes to go'.... I struggled to fucking walk to air conditioning 200' away when it got bad. Just stupid. And I drank two waters but wasn't working. Lesson learned. SC
  13. Sir Creep

    Billy Connolly

    I always felt a little shaky about his actually being retired.
  14. Sir Creep

    Businesspeople, Investors, Ceos

    Aye, IIRC he was famous for his two daughters, Ima and Ura.
  15. Sir Creep

    ABC Deadpool III

    pretty sure he is in the phone directory under V.

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