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    Van Halen

    Ahh, might as well cum! (CUM!) Might as well cum! Go ahead and cum! (CUM!) Go ahead and cum!
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    Van Halen

    Beats me. Can we go back to talking about cum
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    Van Halen

    Why have I been tagged in this thread now? What's going on. I know one Van Halen song and I hate it. Big fan of cum though
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    James Bond 007 (Connery/Moore/Villains etc)

    David Hedison was the first actor to portray the continually recast Felix Leiter twice – 16 years apart, with a different Felix (John Terry) (not that one) between his two goes at it. His two films were Live and Let Die and Licence to Kill – Roger Moore's first, and Timothy Dalton's last. The only other recurring Felix is the current Felix, Jeffrey Wright. (I say "current" – he's due to appear in the as-yet-untitled Bond 25, but it'll have been 12 years since his last appearance in Quantum of Solace.) Licence to Kill is the only film where Felix is integral to the plot, and I think the reasoning for fishing Hedison from their assortment of prior Felices, instead of getting a new Felix per tradition, was to help audiences feel some sort of emotional connection to him when he gets munched by sharks, and his wife gets raped by a young Benicio Del Toro. Must be the oldest Felix, too – 61 years old in Licence to Kill and parachuting out of a plane in the pre-credits action sequence. He was slightly older than Roger Moore. Imagine that film with Moore still playing Bond.
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    Presenters

    I think I've heard of her, is it the same Emily Hartridge who presented the first 20 episodes of 'Videogame Nation' on Challenge? Before they completely revamped the show because of how unpopular and shit the presenters were? R.I.P. anyway like.
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    The Dead of 2019

    Could have sworn Torn died years ago. I think I've genuinely confused him with his 30 Rock character. So if you die in 30 Rock, you don't also die in real life? I'm learning.
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    Dead Pop Stars

    Final Destination fans – I imagine there'll be a few on a forum like this – may best recognise The Lettermen for their version of 'Turn Around, Look at Me':
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    Dead Pop Stars

    And so soon after Rex Garrod.
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    Betty Driver Memorial Soapstar Superstar Thread

    Particularly relevant to the thread title – she played Betty's sister. In fact, it seems Maggie was there first, and Betty was only introduced later to give her someone to bounce off.
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    Derby Dead Pool 2019

    Totting up those percentages, you have estimated that 12 of these people (more precisely, 11.6 of these people) will be dead in the next 7 and a half months. Congratulations on your impending turnaround!
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    Strictly Come Dancing

    Furious with Rylan Clark-Neal for blemishing the last bastion of quality TV, "Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two" with Zoe Ball
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    The Dead of 2019

    Rumba box and maraca player of mento group The Jolly Boys since 1956, Derrick 'Jonny' Henry (or Derrick "Johnny" Henry, or Henry Derrick, depending on what site you're looking at) died last month at the age of 79. The last surviving member of what is often considered their "original" line-up (though they date back to 1945 in some form or another), and, I suppose, the longest-serving Jolly Boy. Here's a report of his funeral in the Jamaica Observer a couple of days ago: https://www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/jolly-boy-jonny-s-funeral-today_161526 Bandmate Joseph "Powda" Bennett, who died in 2014, got what would have been a qualifying obit for Derby Dead Pool purposes at the time, but no sign of that for Derrick. This would make him my second DDP pick this year to join the List of the Lost after The Floaters' Larry Cunningham. I like to think it's sort of an achievement in itself that I manage to repeatedly pick overly obscure people for a strict theme team of UK #1 hitmakers. (The Jolly Boys were part of the "Commonwealth Band", of "Gary Barlow and the Commonwealth Band – Sing" notoriety.)
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    Rumours

    Somewhere in his feed of Brexit slurry, Mike Stock can be found acknowledging Jason John's apparent death: The earliest tweet about it seems to be this rando from January (!): I appreciate that Big Fun aren't exactly the Jacksons in the boy band fame stakes, but are they really member-died-three-months-ago-and-nobody-noticed obscure? The press certainly weren't shy about covering the one who got arrested for chemsexing last year.
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    The Dead of 2019

    That is a sharp drop-off. He was still tweeting plans for future music releases less than 24 hours before his death. The poll he put up about them probably hadn't even closed yet. He was excitedly retweeting Sky Ferreira hyping up her first new single in 6 years a few days ago, released on the 27th. He didn't even live to hear it. Must be particularly hard for Sky, who now has no surviving fans left.
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    The 2019 Deathlist Cup

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