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Thought André Maranne would be No.11. But Buydens bought it first. Then Norm. Then Dilip. Then a Girl Aloud. I’m now over double what the Official DL is at, ahead of my scores at the end of ‘17 and ‘18 and tied with ‘19.

 

QR: 15

CS: 14

DL: 9


 

EDIT: Updated for Harding, Greaves

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Me 13, DL still only 7, with the news of André Maranne’s demise. 

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7/50 hits for me for now

 

Larry King

Hal Holbrook

Murray Walker

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Walter Mondale

Michael Collins

Norman Lloyd

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Norman Lloyd is my Seventh hit as well

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:ghost4: Ian St. John
:eshock:Rush Limbaugh
:ghost2: Carlos Menem
:ghost5: Leon Spinks
:skull: Larry King
:dead3: Murray Walker
:angely:Beverly Cleary

:rip: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
:angel5:Norman Lloyd


9/50

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Death of Gottfried Bohm takes me into double figures for the year. Movement on my Shadow List has been quite slow recently. :old: But perhaps things will start to LIVEN up now.

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At 14 hits, following Kenneth Kaunda’s demise, I am now double the DL’s current score. 

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8/50 hits for me for now

 

Larry King

Hal Holbrook

Murray Walker

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Walter Mondale

Michael Collins

Norman Lloyd

Dilip Kumar

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:ghost4: Ian St. John
:eshock:Rush Limbaugh
:ghost2: Carlos Menem
:ghost5: Leon Spinks
:skull: Larry King
:dead3: Murray Walker
:angely:Beverly Cleary

:rip: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
:angel5:Norman Lloyd
:ghost6: Dilip Kumar


10/50

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Finally time to update it.

12th hit came in July (insert complaint about inactivity here), and I must've missed Olympia Dukakis in May.

Cicely Tyson (29th January)

Tom Moore (2nd February)

Christopher Plummer (5th February)

George Schultz (7th February)

Rush Limbaugh (17th February)

Murray Walker (13th March)

Beverly Cleary (27th March)

Prince Philip (9th April)

Walter Mondale (20th April)

Olympia Dukakis (10th May)

Norman Lloyd (11th May)

Renee Deneuve (11th July)

 

DP: 12
DL: 7 (snore)

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At 15 hits, following Gerd Müller’s demise, I am now more than double the DL’s current score of 7. 

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Gerd Müller's passing brings my hit total for 2021 to 9 so far.

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16/50 now because of Sarah Harding.

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:ghost4: Ian St. John
:eshock:Rush Limbaugh
:ghost2: Carlos Menem
:ghost5: Leon Spinks
:skull: Larry King
:dead3: Murray Walker
:angely:Beverly Cleary

:rip: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
:angel5:Norman Lloyd
:ghost6: Dilip Kumar
:deadx: Sarah Harding


11/50

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Is there a generic shadow list tracker / competition on Deathlist? This thread is a little informal

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9 hours ago, John Key said:

Is there a generic shadow list tracker / competition on Deathlist? This thread is a little informal

 

This is just to really share Shadow Lists and compare to the performance of the committee.

 

There are more competitive versions such as Deathlist Correctlist and Deathlist Prediction Game

 

Assuming they both run in 2022 and then of course there is the Crwodsourced Deathlist where a democratically elected Deathlist goes head to head with the committee

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14 hours ago, Bibliogryphon said:

 

This is just to really share Shadow Lists and compare to the performance of the committee.

 

There are more competitive versions such as Deathlist Correctlist and Deathlist Prediction Game

 

Assuming they both run in 2022 and then of course there is the Crwodsourced Deathlist where a democratically elected Deathlist goes head to head with the committee

I get why you've answered with those three, I did win the first DL Prediction Game! 

 

Not sure if the idea I was referring to would be redundant and would receive backlash if I made a thread for a more formal shadow deathlist competition, but it's something I'd want to see. 

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7 hours ago, John Key said:

I get why you've answered with those three, I did win the first DL Prediction Game! 

 

Not sure if the idea I was referring to would be redundant and would receive backlash if I made a thread for a more formal shadow deathlist competition, but it's something I'd want to see. 

If you run it the people will come (or not)

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1 hour ago, Bibliogryphon said:

If you run it the people will come (or not)

I'm a people. I'll come. 

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9/50 hits for me for now

 

Larry King

Hal Holbrook

Murray Walker

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Walter Mondale

Michael Collins

Norman Lloyd

Dilip Kumar

Jimmy Greaves

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Question for long-time Shadow Listers, what the hell do you do at this point if you find out one of your people died... in 2014?

 

Edit: I searched "James Brady" instead of "James Baker". Sigh.

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:ghost4: Ian St. John
:eshock:Rush Limbaugh
:ghost2: Carlos Menem
:ghost5: Leon Spinks
:skull: Larry King
:dead3: Murray Walker
:angely:Beverly Cleary

:rip: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
:angel5:Norman Lloyd
:dead: Abdelaziz Bouteflika
:ghost3:Jimmy Greaves

Updated for the deaths of Bouteflika and Greavsie.

11/50

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