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Never understood why people bother making suggestions this late in the day to be frank. 

 

The list has likely already been agreed upon and finalised!

 

Although a question for the committee may well be has the usual pub meet being replaced with a video conference or did you find another way to do it? 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, IdiotsEverywhere said:

Never understood why people bother making suggestions this late in the day to be frank. 

 

The list has likely already been agreed upon and finalised!

 

Although a question for the committee may well be has the usual pub meet being replaced with a video conference or did you find another way to do it? 

 

 

There is a committee for this shit? I thought it was just you and your mum and a copy of the Sun On Sunday. 

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2 minutes ago, Bentrovato said:

There is a committee for this shit? I thought it was just you and your mum and a copy of the Sun On Sunday. 

 

Yes there's a committee for this stuff who have likely already drafted the list. Also I prefer attitude and tend not to gloss the pages (wink, wink, nudge, nudge) in sight of my mother... 

 

And I have nothing to do with it. 

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Longterm DDP-holics of the forum will be aware of my long running trend: dropping people who swiftly die the next year.

 

The Curse of Pan Breed, Resume:

2020 - Lee Kerslake

2019 - Philomena Lynott, Steffan Lewis, Carl Piddington

2018 - Colin Butts, Simon Ricketts

2017 - Keith Farnham

2016 - Caroline Aherne, Asa Briggs

2015 - Chris Woodhead, George Cole

2014 - Derek Martinus, Sandy Jardine, Jaruzelski

2013 - Glafcos Clerides, Ronald Coase

 

So, Merry Christmas, the following eight people will be dropped by Pan Breed in 2021:

 

Hamish Barbour - will QO due to wife, passes fame bar due to BBC4 work, seems a lingerer but who knows with Stage IV cancer?

Bernadette Chirac - still old and frail but got tired with her, went for new names

Lars Hogh - keeps getting pancreatic cancer, will have final downturn at some point, gambling on it not being 2021.

Peter Schjeldahl - Was a punt pick.

Vic Seixas - housebound seems less unique than it did in January...

Gianluca Vialli

Jean Louis Trintignant - Bored with this pick. Probably doomed him

Yoo Sang-Chul - OK, he didn't have the type of Stage IV pancreatic cancer that kills you inside a year. I have gambled he has the Johnny Clegg style which would see him die in 2022. If he has the "18 months average" type, which is *equally* possible right now, then this is a bit of a fuck up. Previous attempts at this (Lewis, Jardine) have fucked up, proof deadpoolers never learn.

 

 

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Looking forward to the 2021 DeathList! I have been around since the 2016 DeathList but only joined this year and after the absolute massacre of celebrities in 2020 thanks to COVID I cannot wait to see which celebrities will be selected for 2021.

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Dennis Skinner for the 2021 deathlist? Will be 89 and has been pretty much invisible since before he lost his seat over a year ago now - this followed an operation he had. Sadly can't see him living much past 90 

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1. Rush Limbaugh
2. Carlos Menem
3. Bob Dole
4. Prince Philip
5. Jimmy Carter
6. Jean Louis Trintingnant
7. Jean-Marie Straub
8. Gene Hackman
9. Norman Jewison
10. Jordi Pujol
11. Benedict XVI
12. Miguel Bosé
13. Kanye West
14. Alain Delon
15. Eva Marie Saint
16. Jean Marie Le Pen
17. David Attenborough
18. Noam Chomsky
19. Sidney Poitier
20. Giorgio Napolitano
21. Ozzy Osbourne
22. Gena Rowlands
23. Monica Vitti
24. Bob Newhart
25. Michael Schumacher
26. Mel Brooks
27. Abdelaziz Bouteflika
28. Michael J. Fox
29. Pepe Mujica
30. Isabel Perón
31. Juan Carlos I
32. Raúl Castro
33. Edgar Morin
34. Jean-Luc Godard
35. Carmen Sevilla
36. Yoko Ono
37. Val Kilmer
38. Tinto Brass
39. Akihito
40. Harvey Weinstein
41. Gerd Müller
42. Jack Nicholson
43. Tim Curry
44. Desmond Tutu
45. Demi Lovato
46. Rupert Murdoch
47. Frank Gehry
48. Jerry Lee Lewis
49. Sinéad O'Connor
50. Carlos Bilardo
51. Walter Mondale
52. Mikail Gorbachev
53. Placido Domingo
54. Dick Van Dyke
55. Ryan O'Neal
56. Bill Cosby
57. Olivia Newton-John
58. Michael Caine
59. Pope Francis
60. Bob Dylan

 

This is my list.

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Vesa-Matti Loiri, Finnish actor and comedian known for the role of Uuno Turhapuro. He's going to be 76 in a week and has smoked since his teenage and probably still smokes and uses alcohol (at one point used a bottle of vodka a day). He has used a ton of drugs, including hashish, peyote mescaline, poisonous mushrooms and other drugs, has had mental health problems and has tried suicide multiple times.

 

Has been in a wheelchair for quite long times (not currently) and was once over 150kg (330 pounds) after having operations, has hypertension, diabetes and sleep apnea. Despite all of this he has outlived two of his former wives and two of his sons. How long does he still have?

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^ He looks like Brendan Gleeson after a few nights on the whiskey.

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23 hours ago, msc said:

Longterm DDP-holics of the forum will be aware of my long running trend: dropping people who swiftly die the next year.

 

The Curse of Pan Breed, Resume:

2020 - Lee Kerslake

2019 - Philomena Lynott, Steffan Lewis, Carl Piddington

2018 - Colin Butts, Simon Ricketts

2017 - Keith Farnham

2016 - Caroline Aherne, Asa Briggs

2015 - Chris Woodhead, George Cole

2014 - Derek Martinus, Sandy Jardine, Jaruzelski

2013 - Glafcos Clerides, Ronald Coase

  

So, Merry Christmas, the following eight people will be dropped by Pan Breed in 2021:

 

Hamish Barbour - will QO due to wife, passes fame bar due to BBC4 work, seems a lingerer but who knows with Stage IV cancer? 

Bernadette Chirac - still old and frail but got tired with her, went for new names 

Lars Hogh - keeps getting pancreatic cancer, will have final downturn at some point, gambling on it not being 2021. 

Peter Schjeldahl - Was a punt pick.

Vic Seixas - housebound seems less unique than it did in January...

Gianluca Vialli 

Jean Louis Trintignant - Bored with this pick. Probably doomed him

Yoo Sang-Chul - OK, he didn't have the type of Stage IV pancreatic cancer that kills you inside a year. I have gambled he has the Johnny Clegg style which would see him die in 2022. If he has the "18 months average" type, which is *equally* possible right now, then this is a bit of a fuck up. Previous attempts at this (Lewis, Jardine) have fucked up, proof deadpoolers never learn. 

  

 

 

Absolutely comedy gold.

 

Could book yourself a night at The Comedy Store with that, oh wait....

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On 12/12/2020 at 09:52, drol said:

Here's an updated list of immortals who escaped (?) 2020:

 

9)Monica Vitti (1931)/Joanne Woodward (1930)/Carmen Sevilla (1930). Their resistance to Alzheimer's is incredible. Vitti has had a neurodegenerative illness for 17 years and counting, the other are above 10 years (not sure about Woodward).

 

 

I'll continue when other spring to mind.

Apparently Carmen Sevilla died in October weeks short of her 90th bday

https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/1616226/carmen-sevilla-dead-oscar-nominated-actress-charlton-heston/

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3 minutes ago, CaptainChorizo said:

Apparently Carmen Sevilla died in October weeks short of her 90th bday

https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/1616226/carmen-sevilla-dead-oscar-nominated-actress-charlton-heston/

The only living person who has a QO. Ridiculously high quality journalism from the Sun. 

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1 minute ago, CaptainChorizo said:

Apparently Carmen Sevilla died in October weeks short of her 90th bday

https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/1616226/carmen-sevilla-dead-oscar-nominated-actress-charlton-heston/

 

She's still alive. UK tabloids ran with a hoax report of her death - there was also a Mirror article about her "death" that was changed to an "actually Carmen Sevilla is still alive" article once drol brought attention to it on here.

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Just been watching Antiques Roadshow and seen that David Battie (78) who has been an expert on the show for 40+ years has left. My mum says he apparently has been unwell recently. Also the other experts and Fiona Bruce did video goodbyes like they would never see him again or something. It will be on Iplayer now (it is the last 5 minutes).

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On 21/12/2020 at 22:59, Deathrace said:

How about the infamous spy, George Blake? Still living in Moscow aged 98. 

 

 

Yeah, how about him - long-listed him - provisionally #2 on my HPDP team - on your recommendation, almost a good call!

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11 hours ago, Bingo2000 said:

24. 6ix9ine

 

I know I put him on most of my lists but I wouldn't actually put him on the DL if you want a 50/50. He's just on mine for fun.

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On 28/12/2020 at 01:55, Elephant said:

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On 13/12/2020 at 15:53, Exu said:

I always pick a cricketer so am going for Alan Burgess who, at  100, is the oldest surviving first class cricketer. I recently read an article about Patrick Patterson who is approaching 60 and has suffered with mental health issues for a few years. A bit of a long shot admittedly

 

 

Eileen Ash played international cricket and she's 109

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23 hours ago, Bingo2000 said:

1. Rush Limbaugh
2. Carlos Menem
3. Bob Dole
4. Prince Philip
5. Jimmy Carter
6. Jean Louis Trintingnant
7. Jean-Marie Straub
8. Gene Hackman
9. Norman Jewison
10. Jordi Pujol
11. Benedict XVI
12. Miguel Bosé
13. Kanye West
14. Alain Delon
15. Eva Marie Saint
16. Jean Marie Le Pen
17. David Attenborough
18. Noam Chomsky
19. Sidney Poitier
20. Giorgio Napolitano
21. Ozzy Osbourne
22. Gena Rowlands
23. Monica Vitti
24. 6ix9ine
25. Michael Schumacher
26. Mel Brooks
27. Abdelaziz Bouteflika
28. Michael J. Fox
29. Pepe Mujica
30. Isabel Perón
31. Juan Carlos I
32. Raúl Castro
33. Edgar Morin
34. Jean-Luc Godard
35. Carmen Sevilla
36. Yoko Ono
37. Val Kilmer
38. Tinto Brass
39. Akihito
40. Harvey Weinstein
41. Gerd Müller
42. Jack Nicholson
43. Tim Curry
44. Desmond Tutu
45. Demi Lovato
46. Rupert Murdoch
47. Frank Gehry
48. Jerry Lee Lewis
49. Sinéad O'Connor
50. Carlos Bilardo
51. Walter Mondale
52. Mikail Gorbachev
53. Placido Domingo
54. Dick Van Dyke
55. Ryan O'Neal
56. Bill Cosby
57. Olivia Newton-John
58. Michael Caine
59. Sidney Poitier
60. Bob Dylan

 

This is my list.

 

What's Sidney Poitier done to piss you off, you've got him on at n-n-n-nineteen and at 59. 

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On 22/12/2020 at 00:59, Deathrace said:

How about the infamous spy, George Blake? Still living in Moscow aged 98. 

 

Died 4 days after your post. 

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  1. prince philip
  2. pope benedict
  3. clint eastwood
  4. tony benett
  5. mel brooks
  6. anothony hopkins
  7. ringo starr
  8. jimmy carter
  9. rosalynn carter
  10. bob dole
  11. robert duvall
  12. bob barker
  13. william shatner
  14.  Tommy Lee Jones
  15. walter mondale
  16. dick van dyke
  17. pierre cardin
  18. murray walker
  19. betty white
  20. bob barker
  21. alan greenspan
  22. kissinger
  23. leslie philips
  24. prunella scales
  25. desmond tutu
  26. jean le pen
  27. Noam Chomsky
  28. Michael J. Fox
  29. Raúl Castro
  30. Michael Caine
  31. bob newhart
  32. eva marie saint
  33. norman lear
  34. wiliam Daniels
  35. Jack nichelson
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