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  1. Ulitzer95

    Country For Old Men (And Women)

    Obit for Billy Robinson, aged 90, steel guitarist who played with Hank Williams at his Grand Ole Opry debut in... 1949!
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    Deadpool Detective Work

    Yes, I imagine he's long dead. He was very tall and it's rare for people of such height to live to grand old ages!
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    UK Singles Chart

    Updated entry for the death of co-founder and guitarist Regi Hargis, aged 70.
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    UK Singles Chart

    Updated entry for Emile Ford and the Checkmates following the death of Alan Hawkshaw, aged 84. Not 100% on the other three still being alive.
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    Political Frailty

    A much better MP than the two amateurs who succeeded him. Though granted, Chris Laws of the SNP is better than Jim McGovern who was fifty shades of awful. McGovern isn't the healthiest of individuals either and strikes me as someone who won't be around in 5-10 years time. Worth keeping an eye on.
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    Deadpool Detective Work

    Updated the list of names on IMDb who were born 1916–1926 and listed as living (see spoiler below). Lots of deaths since I posted this on 15th March: Beverly Cleary, Anne Douglas, Alfie Scopp, Orlando Drummond, Prince Philip, Dilip Kumar, Chandrashekhar, Gloria Henry, Bob Herron, Robert Fyfe, Morris Perry, Lenka Peterson, Mikis Theodorakis, Rosita Quintana, Betty Lynn, Jane Withers, André Maranne, Dorothy Steel, Desmond Davis, Kay Hawtrey, Ann Beaulieu and Gloria Warren. Marcy McGuire may have died. We still have no proof.
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    Hollywood Possibilities

    Formal announcement from the Andy Griffith Museum of the death of actress Betty Lynn, aged 95. Picked in various pools on here.
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    People Who Are Dead According To Wikipedia...

    Obit as confirmation, finally.
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    Jeffrey Archer

    Really? He was being interviewed by Dan Wootton a few months ago. Looked completely fine.
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    25. Queen Elizabeth II

    Her mother used a stick for the last 10-15 years of her life so it really doesn’t say much. The Queen has always had terrible posture, largely owing to hunching over a writing desk all her life.
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    Political Frailty

    The assailant was a Somalian national. Still no motive given. Police are supposedly looking for evidence of threats made and/or planning prior to the attack, as they believe it was planned.
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    The 100 Club

    Telegraph obit. A really great read if you have a subscrip.
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    Political Frailty

    Just noted on the news that Amess was a keen gerontologist and used to hold an annual party for all of his constituents aged 100+. Wonder if he ever visited DL Forums?
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    Political Frailty

    Was just thinking of this earlier. The full clip of all the celebs promoting the "anti-Cake campaign" is on YouTube. Those who fell foul to it: Sir Bernard Ingham (b. 1932) Bernard Manning (1930–2007) Bruno Brookes (b. 1959) Rolf Harris (b. 1930) Noel Edmonds (b. 1948) Jimmy Greaves (1940–2021) Sir David Amess (1952–2021) Ingham feels like a DL name for 2022 to me.
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    Political Frailty

    A lot of the money is probably spent on raised security at Westminster, but MPs are encouraged to do background checks on the people they're due to meet and ensure they are indeed constituents. I don't know if there's a cost involved in that? This will probably see a lot of MPs abandon face-to-face surgeries sadly. Some already did after Cox's death. Though I seem some have already expressed the fact that they absolutely refuse to stop doing them.
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