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39 minutes ago, Sir Creep said:

Never heard of the person, meaning I am no good at this.

 

My feelings exactly.

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Just now, Sean said:

Paddy Ashdown dead

Paddy Ash Down

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He can go for the mother of all piss ups with Charles Kennedy now.

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Ok, not a good day for my shortlist.

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Thought he was going to be on the 2019 DL tbh.

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The open goal was there for one of us to go "If that exit post by Sean is accurate I'll eat my hat" or likewise. Group fail.

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Josiah Viera, the subject of an (ESPN) E:60 feature, died Monday morning. He was 14 years old.
Born May 25, 2004, Viera weighed 5.5 pounds at birth and gained just two more pounds over the next six months. On his first birthday, doctors diagnosed Viera with Hutchinson-Gilford progeria, a fatal genetic condition characterized by accelerated aging in children. The chance of being born with progeria is about 1 in 4 million, making it among the rarest diseases in the world.
Viera's life expectancy was projected to be between 8 and 13 years.
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Irish actor Jer O'Leary deid at 76.

 

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/actor-jer-o-leary-best-known-for-big-jim-larkin-role-dies-1.3741862?mode=amp

 

In a breenge of Irish based stuff since My Left Foot.

 

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Nancy Roman, the first female NASA exec, involved with the Hubble Telescope or summin or nothin dead.

 

Sorry for not posting in appropriate thread. On my phone and can’t be fucked.

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Just now, Joey Russ said:

Israeli author Amos Oz dead at 79.

That's a big name! Well, short but big in a literary sense.

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1 minute ago, drol said:

That's a big name! Well, short but big in a literary sense.

 

But was it YOUR big name?

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Meh, thought of him a couple of months ago... He always looked so gaunt, but also gave interviews etc.... So he got discarded.

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9 minutes ago, msc said:

 

But was it YOUR big name?

Well, no... my big name was suffering from acute heart failure and somehow has managed to be still alive. I think I'll put it on my DDP b-team.

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3 minutes ago, drol said:

Well, no... my big name was suffering from acute heart failure and somehow has managed to be still alive. I think I'll put it on my DDP b-team.

 

Putting that on my Most Looked Forward To DDP 2019 reveals, alongside The Living End, the usual contenders, Willz's TOTP team and Gooseberry/Predictor's picks, and anything else I forget..

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8 minutes ago, msc said:

 

Putting that on my Most Looked Forward To DDP 2019 reveals, alongside The Living End, the usual contenders, Willz's TOTP team and Gooseberry/Predictor's picks, and anything else I forget..

Actually it's a name that gets mentioned sometimes on the forum and is pretty old. But this year he would have been a unique...

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1 hour ago, Joey Russ said:

Israeli author Amos Oz dead at 79.

He's off to see the Wizard:  "We came all this way for an afterlife. You promised!"

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Robert Kerman, who was the main character in pearls such as Eaten Alive!Cannibal HolocaustCannibal Feroxhas died at 71.

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46 minutes ago, Sir Creep said:

He's off to see the Wizard:  "We came all this way for an afterlife. You promised!"

 

 

Hmmmm 6/10 for effort.

 

 

Better with 'Amos Oz, gone to a Land down under' IMO.

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16 minutes ago, drol said:

Robert Kerman, who was the main character in pearls such as Eaten Alive!Cannibal HolocaustCannibal Feroxhas died at 71.

I thought his "biggest part" was in Debbie in Debbie does Dallas!

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