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  1. Death Watch Beatle

    13. Stan Lee

    Just watched the Fantastic 4 on DVD - not a bad film as superhero live action goes. Stan Lee does his usual cameo as a postman this time. Hell, this guy is 84 and looks in better shape than people 20 years younger, so no reason to stick him on the list, but it does give an excuse to run a thread on comics and comic heros. I had a sizeable collection of American Spiderman, Batman, Superman et al stuff, but when I hit my teens only 2000AD did it for me. Any thoughts? DWB
  2. Grim Reaper

    Evel Knievel

    An encouraging documentary on Evel Knievel earlier on Channel 5. Evel is apparently on 48 pills a day, had a liver transplant, has a wife 33 years his junior and, even though in his mid-sixties, is talking of that one last jump 2005 would be the perfect year for the big jump IMO - go for it Evel
  3. The Mad Hatter

    Tim Conway

    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/08/28/bob-newhart-says-carol-burnett-star-tim-conway-is-receiving-most-devoted-care.html According to this article he needs a speech therpist to help him with eating and is almost unresponsive. If he makes it through this year then he is a must for 2019
  4. Guest

    Rosa Parks

    Rosa Lee McCauley Parks U.S. civil rights figure; refused to relinquish her seat on a bus to a white passenger (1955). allready 91 in counting how much time does she got
  5. She's quadraplegic and she set off today to sail the channel single handed. Can you be 'handed' when nothing below the neck works? Anyway, it's brave to the point of suicidal since she's dependent on blowing through straws to steer herself. There's some damn big ships going up and down that sea lane, it'll be dark part of the time. Etc etc.
  6. Spade_Cooley

    Stefan Karl Stefansson

    "We Are Number One" but every "one" is replaced with a DeathList poster who has never heard of Lazy Town saying he isn't famous enough for his own thread.
  7. Death Star

    PW Botha

    This thread is the place to discuss PW Botha.
  8. Guest

    Doug Ellis

    "Deadly" Doug Ellis, chairman at Aston Villa for the last 79 years (it just seems that long) has undergone heart bypass surgery. He had prostate cancer last year too. Makes you wonder....
  9. maryportfuncity

    Morgan Tsvangirai

    A marked man, according to the link. And planning to return to Zimbabwe. In need of his own thread I reckon, if only so's we get familiar with the right spelling of his name.
  10. Phantom

    26. Charles Aznavour

    Until I glanced at the list this morning, I always thought Charles Aznavour was dead.
  11. Deathray

    2018 5 for WTF Deadpool

    To retain an air of mystery to the scoring system; a few tweaks have been made and scores for last year will not be released until after entries for this years competition close. To clarify as you seem to be confused easily, YOU DO NOT NEED TO DO THE CALCULATION. Just send the 5 names. Welcome to a new pool that will run from 1st Jan 2017 00:00am to 31st Dec 2017 23:59. Each player must submit a team of five names and the score for each candidate on that team will be calculated as follows: 1 will be used for 0. International dialling codes of all nations in which the person has lived in + any regional dialling code that might have applied to them during their lifetime + the total box office take of each film they have appeared in + the total singles sales of all the records they have released / the number of children the individual has produced x (the year of their birth - the year of the death + the year of their mothers death if known) - the number of notable people that are listed as dead on wikipedia up to the date of calculation for 2017 / the number of family members listed in their wikipedia side bar with wiki links * the total number of followers any religion they proclaim to belong to has according to the most reliable source I can find x the number of shopping centres in the city/town that they are living in at the time of their death / the number of sexual encounters any person has publically bragged; the UK classification letter as a number (A being 1, B being 2) of any drugs the person has publically admitted to taking * the number of episodes their most recent television series appearance has had (if a series had multiple runs i.e classic/modern who or Star Trek T.O.S + Start Trek: Discovery etc etc then an aggregate of the entire run) * the number of search results brought up by google when their name is searched + the number of bing results brought up by google when their name is searched * the number of results if their name is searched on the BBC website * the number of professional snooker and or association football matches the individual has played in their life / the length of the longest rugby match they have been involved in + a random number between 1 and 1000 generated from this site= Your total score that death Deadline for entries is 23:59 December 31st 2017 If exacting information cannot be found for any figure (i.e it is clear they played some professional football matches but not clear how many, only the known number will be included (i.e the number of pro football matches we can be sure they played) Best of luck. EDIT: Teams must be sent by Private Message using this forum. All entrants must have a) their own wikipedia article b ) at least five news articles returned if google searched. I will aim for calculations to be carried out on the last day of the month in which celebrities die. Masterlist of Entries YoungWillz
  12. Guest

    Charles Manson

    Is this sick SOB ready to burn in hell?
  13. widnes14

    40. Denis Norden

    Hes been slowly dying and telling horrible jokes for years now... why isnt he on the list? Or can i just not see well.... The one who does ITLL BE ALRIGHT ON THE NIGHT
  14. Guest

    Charlton Heston

    What about Charlton Heston? What is his condition? I bet that hell be out in 1-3 years...
  15. Joey Russ

    Gregg Allman

    Since he is currently hospitalized, and considering the health issues he had in recent years, I think he could be a possible candidate for future years
  16. Death Watch Beatle

    Dave Swarbrick (And Fairport Convention)

    Always a good sign that your time is nearly up is winning a 'Lifetime Achievement Award'. Dave Swarbrick, former violinist with Fairport Convention, received one this week at the BBC Folk Awards. Unfortunately Dave was too ill to receive his award in person! Swarb, rather surprisingly, has already passed the famousness test, by having an obituary written in the Daily Telegraph a couple of years ago. (Oops). His poor health (mainly self-inflicted it has to be said) has included 2 tracheotomies in the last few years, and he is now confined to a wheelchair with oxygen mask (see also Marlon Brando). Keep an eye on him. DWB
  17. msc

    Fenella Fielding

    Fenella Fielding has massive stroke, recovery uncertain. Carry On Screaming, kids TV, The Prisoner, musical theatre, Guest House Paradiso etc etc you know who she is.
  18. Sean

    Burt Reynolds

    This is the place to discuss Burt Reynolds the 79 year old actor who has suffered from back trouble and also has had major heart surgery and pneumonia over the last few years but looks like he is far more seriously ill than he is publicly disclosing in recent pictures. http://www.closerweekly.com/posts/burt-reynolds-is-determined-to-stay-strong-as-he-struggles-with-illness-59198 Certainly one of ours for next year?
  19. Our Sole

    Nelson Mandela

    Perhaps Mr Mandela is getting ready to accept the inevitable...... http://news.bbc.co.u...ica/3765913.stm
  20. Joey Russ

    8. John McCain

    Yeah, so he has an aggressive form of brain cancer, so he's definitely a very good candidate for next year I think. Felt like he needed his own thread, and I try to limit the amount of threads I make, but it's too tempting this time, so here we are...
  21. weatherman90

    Sherwood Schwartz?

    Sherwood Schwartz, Creator of the Brady Bunch TV Series. He'll be 90 just in time for the 2006 list.
  22. Guest

    6. Billy Graham

    85 - well past average life expectancy - and could pop his clogs soon.
  23. Guest

    Joey Bishop, 89

    TV host and panelist, "The Tonight Show" (1958-62), "The Jack Paar Show" (1958-62), "The Joey Bishop Show" (1961-65, 67-69). Allso the last member still living from the 'Rat Pack'
  24. DevonDeathTrip

    Aretha Franklin

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Soul singer Aretha Franklin on Thursday canceled all of her appearances until next spring on the orders of doctors. Franklin, 68, the "Queen of Soul" who famously sang at President Barack Obama's inauguration in 2009, pulled out of all concert and personal appearances "at the insistence" of her doctors until May 2011, her publicist said. The decision comes on the heels of the multiple Grammy winner being released from a Detroit hospital on October 30th, where she had admitted for undisclosed reasons. "The award winning songstress sends her sincerest apologies to her loyal followers and colleagues for the canceled shows," the statement read. "Ms. Franklin is resting comfortably at home, but is very anxious to get back on the road to perform for her countless fans around the world," it added. In August, Franklin canceled two concerts after suffering a fall that left her with a couple of broken ribs...
  25. maryportfuncity

    Bee Gees

    Emergency abdominal surgery for Robin Gibb. Anyone know more than his site is saying?
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