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Source: (consider it) Thread: Circus: 2010 SoF Celebrity Death Pool
basso

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Light User's points are on the board.
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Schroedinger's cat

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I would concur that any objections should be made when nominations are originally posted, so that shipmates can have a chance to change. And the "major news outlet" concept was the guideline for the sort of person who would be acceptable for nomination, not the criteria for points.

So, to conclude, if your list has been accepted, you are eligible for points if anyone on it pops their clogs.

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basso

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This is the Circus. Too many rules are going to spoil the fun.

I'm not going to go over the entry lists to verify that the names are well-known enough to qualify. Neither, I'd bet, are the hosts.

If somebody has put the local dogcatcher on their list, they're unlikely to get points. It's not too hard a decision.

And if somebody raises a stink about this game, we're probably seeing the final time it'll be played around here.

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Chorister

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I do hope this is a short tangent, as discussions of thread or board policy really belong in the Styx. Perhaps we could now keep this thread for posts about the recently deceased only.
Chorister, Host.

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Tree Bee

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Chef Rose Gray has gone to the cafe in the sky.

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Michael Foot has gone

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Petrified

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quote:
Originally posted by ChaosFilledWorld:
I do not think this thread is particularly suitable and is rather in bad taste. Predicting Deaths- a game? Not to the loved ones family if these so called predictions come true.

Probably best not to look here then

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SoF a "prick against Bigotterie"

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Schroedinger's cat

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Also Keith Alexander , although I don't know if anyone had him.

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quote:
Originally posted by Petrified:
Michael Foot has gone

4 points.
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Petrified

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quote:
Originally posted by basso:
quote:
Originally posted by Petrified:
Michael Foot has gone

4 points.
That was my first thought [Hot and Hormonal] at least I didn't come out with "One foot in the grave"
The protective effect of being on my list is clearly fading.

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Another unexpected one bites the dust. Didn't expect Corey Haim to go.

Auntie Doris x

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Peter Graves, who played the creepy slightly pedophilic captain in Airplane!, has died.
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Amanda B. Reckondwythe

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He recently appeared in a commercial for a reverse mortgage company. I thought he looked like they had taken him off life support for the occasion. Anyway, RIP.

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I remember Mission Impossible very fondly.

What I didn't know about Peter Graves is that he was James Arness's brother.

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Mamacita

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Really?! That's surely a talented family. But don't call me Shirley.

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quote:
Originally posted by Mamacita:
But don't call me Shirley.

[Tear] Alav hashalom.*


(May he rest in peace.)

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Alex Chilton of Big Star has died.
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Fess Parker - (Davy Crockett on the Disneyland television program.) He has passed on at age 85 at his home up in California wine country.

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quote:
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Fess Parker - (Davy Crockett on the Disneyland television program.) He has passed on at age 85 at his home up in California wine country.

Oh, the memories! Which of us of a certain age didn't own a coonskin cap? Which of us couldn't sing the Davy Crockett song by heart:

Born on a mountaintop in Tennessee,
The greenest state in the Land of the Free.
Raised in the woods so he knew every tree,
And kilt him a b'ar when he was only three!
Davy, Davy Crockett.
King of the wild frontier.

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Charlie Gillett, aged 68. I did half think of putting him on my list, but I think I'm glad I didn't. One of the good guys [Waterworks] [Waterworks]

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Harry Carpenter, BBC boxing commentator has gone to meet the Great Promoter in the Sky.

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Amanda B. Reckondwythe

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Stewart Udall, Secretary of the Interior under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson, and a champion of natural conservation.

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Adeodatus
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I don't know if anyone has this man on their list, but Wolfgang Wagner died on Sunday at the age of 90. Grandson of the composer Richard Wagner, he ran the Bayreuth opera festival with his brother, Wieland, from 1951 until Wieland's death in 1966, after which Wolfgang ran the festival on his own until his retirement in 2008. It's rather unfair to say, as the Guardian obituary does, that his life was most remarkable for its longevity, but it's nevertheless slightly odd to think that this man's grandfather, the colossus of 19th century opera, was born 2 years before the Battle of Waterloo.

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Mamacita

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Robert Culp, of TV's I Spy, has died at age 79.

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fletcher christian

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I feel rather sorry about hearing of Wolfgang's departure, mainly because I have the new Testament recording of his and his brother's Ring cycle (from '54 I think). Only managed to listen to about 10 mins of said recording, but shall listen to it in his memory

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Joyeux

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Jaime Escalante, the math teacher whose work with a Los Angeles high school inspired Stand and Deliver has died of bladder cancer.

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Sandemaniac
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Martin Elliot has died, aged 63.

You may not have heard of him but you've almost certainly seen his then-girlfriend's bottom.

(Unless you work for a particularly puritanical boss, I don't think that will get you more than sniggered at at work)

AG

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Organ Builder
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I don't think anyone had him, but John Forsythe is dead at 92.

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Another one who no-one may have had (and nul points as he was 100) but Stanley Vann has died. A real Old-fashioned English Gentleman, may he rest in peace and rise in glory.

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Sandemaniac
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Sir Alec Bedser, the oldest surviving England cricketer, has died. God bless you, Sir Alec, may the blue skies have just enough cloud for it to swing...

AG

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Tree Bee

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Corin Redgrave has died at 70.
I'm cross with myself as I had him on my list for a couple of years,and then took him off. Doh!

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Japes

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Christopher Cazenove has died.

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Loveheart

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RIP Malcolm McLaren

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Schroedinger's cat

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quote:
Originally posted by Loveheart:
RIP Malcolm McLaren

He was a complete asshole at times, but he was also a genius.

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I don't think anyone mentioned Eugene Terreblanche, who was murdered at the weekend. I missed the initial event, but the funeral was yesterday.

Personally I think the fascist bastard deserved a long lingering painful death, but what do I know.

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Lyda*Rose

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The president of Poland, Lech Kaczynski, and his wife have died in a plane crash landing in Russia on the way to a World War II commemoration there.

[Votive]

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Zappa
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quote:
Originally posted by Schroedinger's cat:
quote:
Originally posted by Loveheart:
RIP Malcolm McLaren

He was a complete asshole at times, but he was also a genius.
It's a cross some of us have to bear ...

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Lyda*Rose

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Dixie Carter, star of Designing Women and wife of Hal Holbrook, has died of cancer.

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Japes

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Lynn Redgrave has died, aged 67.

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Uncle Wally's gone.

I doubt anyone had him. He wasn't my favorite politician, but you can't argue that he didn't make an impact. Plus, he was always good for a crazy quote.

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You can't just let nature run wild!


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Welease Woderwick

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I've just seen that Lena Horne has died at age 92. She had a lovely voice, my dad adored her.

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Her "Stormy Weather" was a classic and the girl could hit a Cole Porter song outta the park.
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basso

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This is a few days late, and nobody had him, but there are enough sci-fi fans around that I think we should note the passing of Frank Frazetta.

I never did, but I bet there are a few shipmates who had a Frazetta poster on their wall at some time in their past.

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Gwai
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I'm not really into hard metal, but I think Ronnie James Dio's passing is worthy of note.

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basso

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Martin Gardner has died.

I got my first subscription to Scientific American during my first year in high school. I mostly wanted it for Mathematical Games.

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mousethief

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quote:
Originally posted by Leaf:
Peter Graves, who played the creepy slightly pedophilic captain in Airplane!, has died.

He was fabulously creepy as the mole in Stalag 17. Excellent movie, in large part for his performance (and fabulous sets and script).

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Petrified

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Lord Charles has gone to the great suitcase in the sky

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SoF a "prick against Bigotterie"

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Teufelchen
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quote:
Originally posted by basso:
Martin Gardner has died.

Sad news - although at 95, he'd had a long innings. I think he was probably the person who most influenced me to study maths. I just wish his books were easier to get hold of over here.

T.

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Queen Mousie
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Anyone have Art Linkletter? he was 97.


QM

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Mamacita

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Art Linkletter, of 1950s and 60s TV fame, who did all that kids-say-the-darnedest-things stuff, died today at 98.

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Do not be daunted by the enormity of the world’s grief. Do justly, now. Love mercy, now. Walk humbly, now. You are not obligated to complete the work, but neither are you free to abandon it.

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