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53 minutes ago, Perhaps said:

Did an interview for his birthday which was yesterday.

 

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"I am alive for another day."

 

He wasn't lying.

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said he had a fall last night so likely a blood clot traveled somewhere (ie his brain, heart, or lungs)

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He posted this on X at 7:53am PST and was found dead only 2 hours later

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I really didn’t realize how much I would feel his death. I never had any particular attachment to him but he was a fixture of television in my youth. He always struck me as a decent person and it takes a certain kind of bravery to deliberately be the object of ridicule for the joy of others. RIP. 

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Guy gave me the absolute creeps. Never understood the love in for him. Felt the same way about Savile when he was alive (before we knew what he was truly like). I'm not saying Simmons was hiding anything FTR, just that he made my skin crawl for some reason.

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I know these three seem to be in good health, but I don't want them forgotten:

 

William Shatner (93 / actor, Star TreK - Kirk)

Walter Koenig (87 / actor, Star Trek - Chekov)

George Takei (87 - actor, Star Trek - Sulu)

 

And can't forget these guys either:

 

Dan Rather (92 / journalist)

Tom Brokaw (84 / journalist)

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Some essential newbies for the 2025 DL... if they make it

 

Alain Delon: Wheelchair bound, verging towards ninety in 2025, suffering from lymphoma, recovering from a severe stroke from five years ago, his family is breaking apart and he is in the middle of the Delon family fight.

 

James Earl Jones: Will be 94 in January, has been close to 300 pounds for most of his life, has been out of the spotlight as of late, has had a history of diabetes going back to the 1990s.

 

June Spencer: Um, she'll be 106 next June.

 

Eva Marie Saint: Um, she'll be 101 next July.

 

Teri Garr: Will be 80 this December, has suffered from multiple sclerosis for decades, has been too quiet.

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Some suggestions from me: Kenneth Cope (battled COPD for years), Jean Marsh (stroke and minor heart attack in 2011), Richard Wilson (severe heart attack in 2016), Ruth Buzzi (bedridden after suffering a series of strokes), Cindy Birdsong (suffering debilitating strokes in 2023). 

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Štefka Kučan

The Inagural 1st Lady Of Slovenia had cancer scares in the 90's/00's and 10's

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