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Aren't we all a little deathist?

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1 hour ago, gcreptile said:

Aren't we all a little deathist?

Not in the slightest, and I'll sue anyone that says so.

It's just that I don't want to live in a street full of stiffs, they're not quite like us.

Oh, and they smell.

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10 hours ago, Sean said:

He can`t be dropped for age and fame reasons.He should just be moved down a bit.

 

Wait, does the ranking where you are on the main Deathlist mean anything?

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1 minute ago, markb4 said:

 

Wait, does the ranking where you are on the main Deathlist mean anything?

No. 

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The only meaning it has is whether or not a name makes the DeathList's DDP team. 1-20 makes it, the rest doesn't.

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Dunno, hang on and we'll just get Biblio to phone up and ask.

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1 hour ago, msc said:

Dunno, hang on and we'll just get Biblio to phone up and ask.

Why me? :D

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3 minutes ago, Bibliogryphon said:

Why me? :D

 

Picked at random from my internal list of "Deathlisters with a sense of humour"!

 

:D

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1 hour ago, msc said:

 

Picked at random from my internal list of "Deathlisters with a sense of humour"!

 

:D

I do have Liz on speed dial.

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17 minutes ago, Bibliogryphon said:

I do have Liz on speed dial.

 

Little wonder!

 

"Mr Biblio, have you sorted out Brexit yet? My government aren't doing very well."

[Bibliogryphon reply redacted due to 30 year rule.]

 

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8 hours ago, Davey Jones' Locker said:

This new article claims he "still drives horse carriages, nearly a half-century after he took up the sport." Any truth? 

 

https://www.macleans.ca/royalty/prince-philip-refuses-to-slow-down-thats-good-news-for-the-queen/

 

 

According to https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/803470/Queen-Prince-Philip-Royal-Windsor-Horse-Show-Barbers-Shop-victory, he did so last year.

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8 hours ago, Seppuku said:

Still (somewhat) vertical.

 

Walked without a stick.

 

However the Duke of Kent looked really rough and the Duchess of Kent did not turn up.

 

Are we looking at the right Royals?

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3 hours ago, Bibliogryphon said:

 

Walked without a stick.

 

However the Duke of Kent looked really rough and the Duchess of Kent did not turn up.

 

Are we looking at the right Royals?

Good question but may I draw your attention to the Queen's favourite royal cousin Princess Alexandra who also did not attend after falling and breaking her arm aged 81.

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For the first time I'm starting to think the Queen might die before Philip 

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7 hours ago, CoffinLodger said:

For the first time I'm starting to think the Queen might die before Philip 

I agree! He walked in, looking much stronger than I expected. She shuffled in and is looking very hunched. 

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4 hours ago, deathisallaround said:

I agree! He walked in, looking much stronger than I expected. She shuffled in and is looking very hunched. 

 

 

Aye

 

She looks like someone walking in lots of reign

 

I'll get me coat

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As a Freemason, the Duke of Kent is the Grand Master for us masons in England. Having seen him close hand dealing with complex ritual from memory, he’s safe for another 5 years minimum. 

 

Trust me - the stuff he has to learn wouldn’t be out of place with an actor on the stage in the West End.

 

 

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17 hours ago, philheybrookbay said:

As a Freemason, the Duke of Kent is the Grand Master for us masons in England. Having seen him close hand dealing with complex ritual from memory, he’s safe for another 5 years minimum. 

 

Trust me - the stuff he has to learn wouldn’t be out of place with an actor on the stage in the West End.

 

 

He should pack it in then, isn't he in his 80's now?

 

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Tends to be viewed as a job for life at the Top- I’m guessing there hasn’t been a Immediate Past Grand Master for many years if ever.

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5 minutes ago, philheybrookbay said:

Tends to be viewed as a job for life at the Top- I’m guessing there hasn’t been a Immediate Past Grand Master for many years if ever.

Like Queenie then.

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