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    Shuttle era astronaut Bill Thornton has passed away. http://www.collectspace.com/ubb/Forum38/HTML/002371.html
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    Ask A Deathlister

    Have any of you wondered what dinosaur meat would taste like? Surprised nobody in the Jurassic Park universe created a Dinosaur Steakhouse business.
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    Irate Visitors Rage Here, If You Must.

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    Irate Visitors Rage Here, If You Must.

    You all should have been more clear to me that it was not allowed to make new threads for a certain period of time but there was no rules section where I could see this. How the hell was I supposed to know it was not allowed when there is no pinned thread for forum rules? I would have not made the post had I known it would not be allowed but where on this forum was the basic pinned rules thread that every forum board has? Can you please link to me a list of forum rules if there is a thread of one?
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    Tuskegee Airmen

    Shouldn't this thread be merged with WWII Veterans?
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    Recipients of Military Awards

    If the thread bothers you that much then ignore it. No need to make a big deal out of it.
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    Recipients of Military Awards

    This thread is for mentioning deaths of veterans around the world with important military awards. Made this because this is not just about WW2 and it will not fit in that thread. I guess to start conversation let us talk about Medal Of Honor recipient Thomas Norris. I noticed from a video that he had facial paralysis which I thought was because of a stroke but it turns out he lost an eye and a part of his face because of injuries he sustained in the Vietnam War. More interestingly I found out he was saved by Michael E Thornton, who would later earn the Medal Of Honor for his actions saving Norris.
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    The 1st Death of 2021?

    Feel like a major political death is overdue. Going with George Shultz.
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    Thoughts and Opinions on the 2021 Deathlist

    My review of the list. George Shultz's name is spelled wrong on the DeathList it is spelled Shultz not Schultz. Nice pick though. Sir Frank Williams and Rush Limbaugh are excellent picks. Sir Tom Moore, Sidney Poitier, Barbara Walters, Walter Mondale, Yoko Ono and Rosalynn Carter are also good picks in my opinion. Good that Desmond Tutu has been dropped, he will not be dying anytime soon. I feel like more famous names like Ozzy Osbourne, Larry King and Gerd Muller should have been put on the list instead of some people nobody has heard of (Who the hell are Betty Boothroyd and Stanley Baxter) but besides that I would say the list is good.
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    Ideas and Possibilities for 2021

    Looking forward to the 2021 DeathList! I have been around since the 2016 DeathList but only joined this year and after the absolute massacre of celebrities in 2020 thanks to COVID I cannot wait to see which celebrities will be selected for 2021.
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    Oldest living baseball player Eddie Robinson turned 100 years old. https://www.forbes.com/sites/nickdiunte/2020/12/15/at-100-eddie-robinson-has-one-unlikely-frontier-left-he-wants-to-conquer/?sh=4b4dfb433871. Started a podcast recently and seems in good health.
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    44. Sir Frank Williams

    I think he should be picked if he makes it to 2021. He is more then famous enough and he is old, frail and in poor health.
  13. To be honest I knew this would be the record breaking year. When you have a pandemic which primarily kills people over 70 and majority of DeathList picks over 80 it just simply connects. I think we might have one more death before the year ends.
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    11. Bob Barker

    Ok, an update on this. She has not made any public appearance since 1993, however she sold her residence recently in 2019 so she is still alive but maybe not doing too well anymore.
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    Ideas and Possibilities for 2021

    With the amount of deaths that have happened this year there are lot of possibilities I can think of that can be added for 2021. Musicians. Ozzy Osbourne (so surprised he is not on the list already), Brian May, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards. Sports. Sir Bobby Charlton, Gerd Muller, Sir Frank Williams. Hollywood/Film. Sidney Poitier, Sophia Loren, Michael Douglas, Angela Lansbury, James Earl Jones, John Williams. Military and Space. Sir Tom Moore, Jim Lovell, Gene Kranz, Thomas Stafford, Hershel Williams (Medal Of Honor). Other celebs who are very old, terminally ill or in poor health. George Shultz, Rush Limbaugh, Barbara Walters, Barbara Windsor. With the amount of deaths that have happened this year there are lot of possibilities I can think of that can be added for 2021.

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