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TAFKAG last won the day on September 13 2013

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    Deathlisters who are dead

    I was sleeping peacefully after the operation. Who woke me up?
  2. Bruce (Buffalo Springfield) Palmer who also worked with Neil Young in the mind-blowing Trans period is also dead. Do we have a Spinal Tap drummer scenario thing going on here? I think we might - Tim Drummond

    Leonid Stadnyk (And Other Tall People)

    Leonid's been brought down to size


    Gerry Goffin all the way to paradise.


    I'm sure he is going to be an obit free zone. But I noted his name and thought he will get the right help. However I read the notes and cut and paste the best bit... Prognosis The major determinants of survival are histology and clinical stage. Poor prognostic factors include high grade, neural involvement, locally advanced disease, advanced age, associated pain, regional lymph node metastases, distant metastasis, and accumulation of p53 or c-erbB2 oncoproteins. Although statements regarding survival are difficult to make because of the large variety of histologic types, 20% of all patients will develop distant metastases. The presence of distant metastases heralds a poor prognosis, with a median survival of 4.3-7.3 months. Overall 5-year survival for all stages and histologic types is approximately 62%. The overall 5-year survival for recurrent disease is approximately 37%. Because of the risk of recurrence, all patients who have had a histologically proven malignant salivary gland tumor should have lifelong follow-up. Now to me that looks a tad grim. Could do with a better fame check.... Maybe one for 2011? One for 2014. Four years, similar to Adam Yauch.

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    Ralph Stanley

    The man who delivered that news and features in the video, CMB road manager and guitarist James Alan Shelton, has died just two months later. Not that I'm obsessed with bluegrass or Ralph Stanley or banjos or anything.

    Scientists, Inventors And Techno Wizards

    There was an interview with him on one of those fuck-awful BBC3 "LET'S TALK ABOUT DRUGS" documentaries this evening. He looks like he's tweaking permanently. He's taken another trip.

    Alex Higgins (And Snooker)

    Having recovered, he now has lung cancer.
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    Scientists, Inventors And Techno Wizards

    His ashes are to be blasted into... the next village, unable to be located by radar.
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    The Dead Of 2014

    Bob Hoskins going mental in a coffin http://www.bbc.co.uk...t-arts-27224995
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    Ralph Stanley

    George Shuffler, former guitarist in Ralph's Clinch Mountain Boys, has shuffled off.
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    Boxing Clever?

    Mickey Duff Pole-axed
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    Death By Jazz

    UK jazzer Stan Tracey is ageing no longer.
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    World War II Veterans

    The living ones I could find at first glance, ordered by birth. I'm not going to go in depth, this is just what I saw from the Wiki article for Band of Brothers. Anyone who has more can expand. Frank Perconte (b. March 10 1917) Richard Winters (b. January 21 1918) Joseph A. Lesniewski (b. August 29 1920) Lynn "Buck" Compton (b. December 31, 1921) Donald Malarkey (b. 1921) William Guarnere (b. April 28 1922) Edward Heffron (b. May 16, 1923) Darrell "Shifty" Powers (b. 1923) Frank Perconte's died. And another one - Edward 'Babe' Heffron.

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