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    The Joker's Dead Pool 2023

    Dianne Feinstein being handed the Water Champion Award in 2020.
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    Michael Gambon

    Here to explain the confusion: In the Dutch translation of Harry Potter, Snape was called "Severus Sneep", just like we read about Harry's friends Ron Wemel (Weasley) and Hermelien Griffel (Hermione Granger). And Dumbledore was called Albus Perkamentus, which was probably a nod to parchment. Just a few names stayed exactly the same in Dutch, like Rubeus Hagrid, Hedwig, HP himself and Dobby. Since I started reading the books in English though, it's the original spelling of the characters' names I think of.
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    Ideas and possibilities for 2024

    Nagorno-Karabakh (as it will be dissolved and become part of Azerbaijan on Jan 1, 2024 as a result of the recent invasion).
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    Curse Of The Eurovision

    Dutch actor Reiky de Valk (23) has passed away. He starred besides singer S10 in the official videoclip for De Diepte, the Dutch song sent to Eurovision in 2022. Besides Eurovision, he acted in series such as Dertigers and Oogappels. A message from his loved ones seems to indicate his cause of death: "he has chosen to shine his light on us from above".
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    Irate Visitors Rage Here, If You Must.

    August 21 here; I thought it to be a bit random but turns out it was actually Cropsy's version of "How often do you think about the Roman Empire?"
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    Political Frailty

    Daniel J. Evans is now the last surviving U.S. senator born in the 1920's. At the start of the year, there were still five of them left (Buckley, Evans, Broyhill, Faircloth as well as Clark) . Top 5 oldest U.S. senators at the moment: Daniel J. Evans (1925) (R-Washington, 1983-1989) Nicholas F. Brady (1930) (R-New Jersey, 1982) Rudy Boschwitz (1930) (R-Minnesota, 1978-1991) Fred R. Harris (1930) (D-Oklahoma, 1964-1973) Mack Mattingly (1931) (R-Georgia ,1981-1987)
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    Donald J Trump

    Seeing his decades long "legacy" be destroyed by his offspring would definitely be a joy to see; however, I wouldn't rule out Jr. being chosen solely because of his name if such a thing were to happen
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    The Happy Birthday Thread

    Happy birthday!
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    The Happy Birthday Thread

    Happy birthday!
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    The Happy Birthday Thread

    A happy birthday to, well, me!
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    Harry Potter

    Thanks. One of those cases I thought about from time to time, never finding anything major about her. She's the first actor who portrayed a member of the Weasley family, to pass away.
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    World's Oldest

    I used to open this thread thinking "I wonder if there's a health update on Tajima//Kane Tanaka or Robert Weighton." Nowadays it's more likely to be one of the following: 1. "The 3rd oldest Czechoslovakian person has died". 2. "Fusa Tatsumi is still a living corpse". 3. "Let's trigger the French by saying Calment was a fraud" Still better than most of the sports threads in my opinion
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    Steve McMichael: 30th August 2023 Shane MacGowan: 12th October 2023
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    November 20th, 2023
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    Death In The Family

    My paternal grandmother had been suffering from dementia for years but eventually passed away suddenly from cardiac arrest aged 83. It was quite a traumatic event for me as a child, as it happened during a (festive) family gathering. My grandfathers passed away aged 84 and 86, both of them had been in declining health in the months before. My maternal grandmother is still alive, aged 91. Diagnosed with alzheimer's six years ago and lives in a retirement home since. She mostly talks about her youth nowadays, but recognizes her family members most days and hasn't really declined massively in the last couple of years. She used to be my youngest grandparent but is now the oldest agewise. Both my parents are alive, aged 60 and 58. Although they don't have real health problems as of yet, my mother is a long-time smoker so I'm not sure she'll live to such a great age as her parents.

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