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New Grim Reaper Death Thread
oops! didn't see GTS' announcement before posting. So...here it is anwe for you:

Dave Prowse, Actor Who Played Darth Vader, Dies at 85

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The real voice of Darth Vader...listen to what he could have sounded like had they kept Dave Prowse's voice instead of dubbing in James Earl Jones:




Interestingly, Prowse also auditioned for Chewbacca. He chose to play Vader instead because he felt "people remember the bad guys."
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RE: New Grim Reaper Death Thread
for those who might be curious:

Sean Connery's Cause of Death Revealed

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sleep well, Sir Sean!
11-30-2020 01:30 PM
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RE: New Grim Reaper Death Thread
(11-30-2020 01:30 PM)GoodOwl Wrote:  for those who might be curious:

Sean Connery's Cause of Death Revealed

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sleep well, Sir Sean!


I don't need to read the link.

He died because he was f-ing old!
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RE: New Grim Reaper Death Thread
(11-30-2020 01:30 PM)GoodOwl Wrote:  for those who might be curious:

Sean Connery's Cause of Death Revealed

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sleep well, Sir Sean!

If he were in the US it would be a Covid death.
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RE: New Grim Reaper Death Thread
Retired Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh Dead at 46

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A house fire but MSM and left might well say it was caused by Covidbug to gin up the numbers and make themselves happy. Hsieh lived in a trailer park in downtown Las Vegas where his company was located and where he regularly invested in its revitalization. A true entrepreneurial American success story. What a shame he died after previously selling his company for $1.2 billion and later stepping down as CEO in this past August.
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Jim Hanifan (September 21, 1933 – November 24, 2020) died aged 87.

Hannifan Dead at 87

Quote:Hanifan was an assistant coach and then head coach for the St. Louis Football Cardinals, segments that covered 12 seasons. Ten years later, following coaching stints in Washington and Atlanta, Hanifan returned as a coach for the Rams, helping St. Louis to its first and only Super Bowl title. He then became a color analyst on Rams broadcasts.
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He was a tough ol' bird who outlasted 'em all. Godspeed, Chuck, you were a great American, back when America was proud of its heritage and accomplishments...

'Right Stuff' Pilot Legend Chuck Yeager Dies at 97

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12-08-2020 12:10 AM
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(12-08-2020 12:10 AM)GoodOwl Wrote:  He was a tough ol' bird who outlasted 'em all. Godspeed, Chuck, you were a great American, back when America was proud of its heritage and accomplishments...

'Right Stuff' Pilot Legend Chuck Yeager Dies at 97

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Great man, great fighter pilot, great test pilot, and a great American. I hope he had stick of Beeman's before this last adventure. Men like Gen. Yeager are few and far between. Thank you sir!
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didn't know he was still around...thought he was way older. The old country stars were icons the likes of which today's more "modern" ones will never approach.

COUNTRY MUSIC LEGEND CHARLEY PRIDE DIES AT AGE 86

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12-13-2020 12:20 AM
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Ray Perkins (November 6, 1941 – December 9, 2020) was an American football coach and player. He played as a wide receiver for the University of Alabama and Baltimore Colts. He later worked as a football coach for 28 years, including stints as the head coach for the New York Giants, the University of Alabama, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Arkansas State University.

Former Alabama coach Ray Perkins, 79 to be buried Monday in Tuscaloosa
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(12-13-2020 12:20 AM)GoodOwl Wrote:  [Image: logo.png]

didn't know he was still around...thought he was way older. The old country stars were icons the likes of which today's more "modern" ones will never approach.

COUNTRY MUSIC LEGEND CHARLEY PRIDE DIES AT AGE 86

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Only two black country artists of the 1970s to ever won any major country music awards in the 1970s. Charley Pride and The Pointer Sisters. Bonnie Pointer lost her life earlier this year as well.

You wonder why The Pointer Sisters? in 1973 when they were 4 sisters? The Pointer Sisters hit #37 with their cross over hir Fairytale. They won a Grammy for country vocal group and Bonnie won a Grammy for songwriter for the song along with her sister Anita. She left the group, and The Pointer Sisters also got another one of their songs hit country when Conway Twitty covered their song, Slow Hand. Anita Pointer hit the top 10 in 1987 as a duet on the late Earl Thomas Conley's hit.
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RE: New Grim Reaper Death Thread
Reminds me of one of my favorite trivia questions:

1) Played for Houston Buffs, Colt .45s, and Astros
2) Hit .400 for a season in the minor leagues
3) Officiated a Rose Bowl and and AFC championship game
4) My sisters are more famous than I am

Who am I?

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RE: New Grim Reaper Death Thread
They say that all good things must end someday,
Autumn leaves must fall
But don't you know that it hurts me so
To say goodbye to you
Wish you didn't have to go
Oh no, no, no...

Listened to their albums a lot. Sorry to see him go.


Chad Stuart, 79, English singer and musician (Chad & Jeremy), pneumonia

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Chad Stuart (left) and Jeremy Clyde, in 1966


Artist: Chad & Jeremy
Album: Yesterday's Gone
Song: "A Summer Song"
July 1964 World Artists Records









Actually, I still have the "Yesterday's Gone" album on vinyl and it's a great album all around. I especially liked their version of the classic "Willow Weep For Me" as well as the title track.
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Country singer KT Oslin dead at 78.

NFL HOF linebacker, Kevin Greene dead at 58.
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(12-22-2020 05:41 AM)CardinalJim Wrote:  

What most people don't know about him was that he was a walk on at Auburn who earned a starting position. RIP Kevin. Well done!
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Pelle Alsing, Drummer for Roxette, dead at 60. Singer Marie Fredriksson died last year.
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(12-22-2020 07:47 AM)JRsec Wrote:  What most people don't know about him was that he was a walk on at Auburn who earned a starting position. RIP Kevin. Well done!

I read that this morning on his Wiki page. What an amazing story.

“After graduating from high school, Greene enrolled at Auburn University and entered into the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) basic training for the United States National Guard at Fort McClellan in Anniston, Alabama.[2] He attempted to walk-on to the Auburn Tigers in college football as a punter in 1980. He tried out again in 1983, and made the team.[4] In 1984 he won the Zeke Smith Award as Defensive Player of the Year. He had 69 career tackles as an outside linebacker and 11 sacks his senior year where he led the Southeastern Conference and won the Defensive Player of the Year Award in 1984.[5]

Greene earned a degree in criminal justice at Auburn. He completed ROTC while at Auburn and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Alabama Army National Guard. After playing his first year in the NFL, during the off season, he graduated from the RC-1-86 Armor Officer Basic Course at Fort Knox. During his military career, he earned the rank of captain and completed airborne training at Fort Benning to become a paratrooper.”

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RE: New Grim Reaper Death Thread
Pro-wrestler Brodie Lee of AEW, formerly Luke Harper of WWE, dead at 41.
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Phil Neikro, the famous knuckleballer, passes at 81. https://www.tennessean.com/story/sports/...053800001/

Was in the majors 24 years and pitched regularly until he was 48.

Not sure there has been anyone since he and his brother Joe who has mastered that pitch.
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