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    James Baker

    I dare say, Kissinger might also outlive Frankie Muniz!
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    James Baker

    I should have gotten more input before creating this thread. I think my reasoning was that former U.S. Secretary of State, George Schultz had received a thread when he was in his mid eighties.
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    British Character Actors

    Some names worth examining for future threads (although I recognize they may be too minor for such an honor). I apologize in advance if they've already been mentioned in this thread. Edward Fox (born 1937) Starred in 'Day of the Jackal' and 'Edward & Mrs. Simpson'. Honorable mentions include 'Battle of Britain' and 'Gandhi'. Judy Cornwell (1940) Daisy in Keeping up Appearances John Alderton (1940) Common face on 70's TV in Britain/Pauline Collins husband Pauline Collins (1940) Sarah from Upstairs Downstairs Also, any thoughts on creating threads for the cast of Upstairs Downstairs (1971-1975) and Keeping up Appearances. Not sure if KUA already has one, but if Vicar of Dibley has one, KUA certainly deserves one.
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    The 3rd Death of 2022

    I went with George Dzundza because he's old and fat apparently.
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    20. Rosalynn Carter

    I don't see the need to have both the Carter's on the list at the same time. She'll easily outlast her husband. I'd wait till he's passed to add her to the official list.
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    Bob Dole

    https://giphy.com/gifs/season-8-the-simpsons-8x1-3o6MbhpW0tKFbUnMQ0 An accurate depiction of Bob's accession to the afterlife.
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    Michael Moriarty

    Report to the Commissioner (1975) was another great one. He dropped off in the 90s and relocated to Canada last I heard.
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    Michael Moriarty

    Judging by your pics, i'm guessing you're a Law and Order fan. Both great actors, but Moriarty and Dzundza left the series before it became mainstream. Their replacements, Sam Waterston and Jerry Orbach were really the ones who reaped fame from their association with the series.
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    Unlikely 2022 death

    Magic Johnson
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    Thoughts On The 2022 List

    I think dropping the former Pope, Yoko as well as the failure to include Sandra Day O'Connor are huge misses. I would have also liked to have seen Redgrave, Walters, Nelson and Boothroyd stay on the list. I'm fine with Dick Van Dyke on the list, but does he really belong in the top five? I'm actually pleased with Gambon's appearance on the list. A bit of a wildcard pick, but not a dumb one.
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    Shadow DeathList Competition 2022

    1. Jimmy Carter 2. Bob Barker 3. Tony Bennett 4. Alan Greenspan 5. Leslie Philips 6. Akihito 7. Mikhail Gorbachev 8. Henry Kissinger 9. Sandra Day O'Connor 10. Henry Belafonte 11. Pope Benedict XVI 12. Mel Brooks 13. Noam Chomsky 14. Patricia Routledge 15. Clint Eastwood 16. Willie Nelson 17. Barbara Walters 18. Prunella Scales 19. Betty Boothroyd 20. Angela Lansbury 21. Bob Newhart 22. Vanessa Redgrave 23. Ethel Kennedy 24. Queen Elizabeth II 25. Jean Marsh 26. James Baker (U.S. Secretary of State) 27. David Attenborough 28. Yoko Ono 29. Michael Caine 30. William Daniels 31. Dan Rather 32. Michael Parkinson 33. Buzz Aldrin 34. Pat Robertson 35. Dick Cheney 36. George Soros 37. David Crosby 38. Dennis Skinner 39. John Astin 40. Gene Hackman 41. Robert Wagner 42. Warren Buffett 43. Sidney Poitier 44. Bobby Charlton 45. Bill Cosby 46. Dick Van Dyke 47. Joe Arpaio 48. Robert Duval 49. Shane MacGowan 50. Rupert Murdoch
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    Blocking posters

    At first, I was worried you were talking about me.
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    Sandra Day O'Connor

    I think the committee should strongly consider her for the 2022 list. She can't be in great shape at this point.
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    Ray Illingworth

    Ray Illingworth, cricketer and former England captain, is now battling advanced esophageal cancer and wants the right to end his life.
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    James Baker

    James Baker, (Born 1930) served as White House Chief of Staff for both Reagan and Bush Sr. He also served as U.S. Secretary of State from 1989 to 1992. Has remained a popular figure in establishment circles, and continues to be quoted in popular press regarding foreign affairs. Was recently the subject of a major biography and PBS documentary.
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