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  1. Sir Creep

    Law And Order

    Diana E. Murphy, the first woman appointed to the bench of the Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and the only woman to serve on that bench for 19 years, died late Wednesday afternoon at her home in Minneapolis. She was 84. She planned to fully retire effective in July. She suffered from long-term health problems, including heart and rheumatoid arthritis, her family said Wednesday night. SC
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    Foreign Personalities, From Stage, Screen, Politics And Life

    Veteran writer, novelist Yaddanapudi Sulochana Rani, who along with her women counterparts Arikepudi Kousalya Devi and Ranganayakamma, heralded a new era in Telugu fictional literature since the 1950s, passed away at California on Monday. The writer, who hailed from Kaza village of Krishna district, was 78. SC
  3. Sir Creep

    Journalists

    John Lohman was 21 years old when his Forum news team won the Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Fargo's deadly 1957 tornado. Lohman died Monday, May 21, at the age of 82. He is believed to have been the last surviving Forum newsroom staff member who was part of the 1957 tornado coverage. SC
  4. Pleased to announce that after 8 grueling and very patient months, my daughter’s stolen cat has been returned and has fit right in after a few skeptical hours. Everyone is happy. SC
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    The fucked did they do this site

    Even then there should be some sort of aptitude test. Squeaky Sir Creep wheel got greased with chat room. Oh they’ll tell you it was already in the works....but cmon SC
  6. Sir Creep

    Golf: The 19th Hole

    Not the only Mann in the LPGA Hall of Fame if you know what I mean, nudge nudge say no more. SC
  7. Sir Creep

    World's Oldest

    Her local paper cites an unacceptable source. No family member or hospital spokesperson? I'm the buffoon, but make no mistake, You, and your legion of Clorox, DDT, redrumours, Ulitzer and Joey haven't a clue. I consider the source of your remark, which is more than you did of the local paper's.
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    Only Famous For Being Ill And Dying

    Yeah, my swing and miss. What isn't being said is how her sob story changed....believe you me, I checked up on her weekly this year. She was begging for money all year so she could go to Germany for unique treatment. That was her story and she stuck to it. Until about 3 weeks ago, suddenly it read 'well I found someone local in UK who has treated me conventionally and it seems to be working but I Still need the money IN CASE I need to go to Germany for treatment. I didn't mention it, presumed no one heard of her. If she was childless I'd wish ill upon her. In the end, whatever, I didn't give her a penny, so whatever... Maybe now her healthy arse will get his by a bus and Ill get bonus points. SC
  9. Sir Creep

    Death By Jazz

    "As an 18-year-old guitarist in New York City, Lucas was recruited to join Miles Davis' band in 1972. "It was real simple," Lucas told The Fader of his audition. "Miles said,'You wanna be in my band, motherfucker?' And I immediately said yeah."" Easily going to be one of the most memorable quotes from an obit Ill read this year.
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    World's Oldest

    I’ve addressed that elsewhere as shite.
  11. Sir Creep

    The Fringes Of Fame/family Of The Famous

    Been keeping up with The Adams Family since I was about 9.
  12. Sir Creep

    Hollywood Possibilities

    Actor Charlie Schlatter is talking publicly about something he's kept private for a decade. He's living with chronic myeloid leukemia. It's a cancer of the blood. Schlatter went to his doctor thinking he had a spider bite. Before he knew it, he was sent to a specialist, and his white blood count was off the charts. "They're telling me, 'you're a mess' and I'm 97 percent infected with leukemic cells," Schlatter said. "I gotta get to the hospital pronto." Schlatter said his leukemia is not curable, but highly treatable and highly manageable. He's 52 fwiw. And seems to have managed his illness for 'a decade'. Just posted FYI. SC
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    Death Links

    Philadelphia bicyclists go on the 'Ride of Silence' to both commemorate those who have died in bicycle related incidents in the past year, and to bring awareness to issues of bicycles and vehicles sharing the roadways. SC
  14. Sir Creep

    The Counterculture of the 1960's

    Bobbie Louise Hawkins, a prodigious Beat Generation poet and novelist whose work reverberated with her hardscrabble Texas childhood and her belated liberation from an overbearing husband, died May 4 at her home in Boulder, Colo. She was 87. She was married to poet/author Robert Creeley, who died in 2005. SC
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