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    Quote Originally Posted by october_midnight View Post
    Found in a hotel room. Rarely a good sign.
    He (Bob) posted a picture of the crowd at the show he was giving last night, in Orlando. That explains the hotel room.

    Still, damn. 65 is too young.

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    What the fuck. SIXTY FIVE?????

    That will require an autopsy, methinks.

    i'm thinking heart attack.

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    I often look back at watching Full House and the other TGIF shows as a child. Nothing but happy memories. R.I.P.

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    Ouch. I just saw it on YouTube, about Bob.

    DAMN.

    And, yeah. Fuuuuuck dying at 65. I'm shooting for like, 95. Or at LEAST 70 something, ffs.

    "All that you love will be carried away."- King
    Last edited by elevenism; 01-09-2022 at 08:46 PM.

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    We literally just rewatched of How I Met Your Mother, we've been marathoning it for the last few weeks. We finished watching the final episode, and then I looked at my phone and saw the news about Bob Saget... so sad, and also kinda eerie

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    "All that you love will be carried away."- King
    I always picture the public bathroom scene from Dumb & Dumber when I think of that short.

    RIP to all recently deceased souls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otnavuskire View Post
    What the fuck. Bob Saget died.
    RIP. That guy was hilarious.

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    We all did Bob.

    Rest In Paradise.

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    RIP Ronnie Spector, voice of an angel:


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    Rachel Nagy, lead singer of The Detroit Cobras, quite possibly one of the best cover bands ever. Life, Love, and Leaving is an incredible album. RIP

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    January 17 - Betty White’s 100th Birthday

    Google Betty White today.

    So nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    January 17 - Betty White’s 100th Birthday

    Google Betty White today.

    So nice.
    We did receive that People Magazine; my wife somehow wound up with a free subscription in her endeavors to make money and earn rewards online (nobody reads it.)

    THAT issue, though: I think it will make a lovely memento.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    We did receive that People Magazine; my wife somehow wound up with a free subscription in her endeavors to make money and earn rewards online (nobody reads it.)

    THAT issue, though: I think it will make a lovely memento.
    Yeah we get People, too

    This was a special Google Easter egg especially for Betty’s birthday. When you googled her name, rose petals rained down and a sign popped up that said “Thank You for Being a Friend”

    See: https://9to5google.com/2022/01/16/go...tty-white/amp/
    Last edited by allegro; 01-18-2022 at 12:47 PM.

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    A local pet shelter near me said they received around $15,000 in donations thanks to the Betty White challenge

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    RIP Meat Loaf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erneuert View Post
    RIP Meat Loaf.
    RIP

    https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-60080934

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    Damn. He was my second ever concert. Haven’t really listened to him since I was a kid though.

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    When the night is over, like a bat out of hell, I'll be gone, gone, gone!

    R.I.P.

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    what the hell! that sucks

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    Jesus christ. Meat Loaf and Louis Anderson, and all the other rapid fire losses in the past couple of years seem crazy.

    I wonder if it's that a lot of us are reaching a certain age, and so, too, are the people we grew up listening to and watching.

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    agreed @elevenism

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Jesus christ. Meat Loaf and Louis Anderson, and all the other rapid fire losses in the past couple of years seem crazy.

    I wonder if it's that a lot of us are reaching a certain age, and so, too, are the people we grew up listening to and watching.
    yeah, it's going to start going faster because of age and the internet making this news available instantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegate View Post
    yeah, it's going to start going faster because of age and the internet making this news available instantly.
    Definitely. I was thinking of the people dying in their sixties. That's horrible and unusual, but it happens. As that generation gets closer to the average lifespan mark, it will speed up. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Jesus christ. Meat Loaf and Louis Anderson, and all the other rapid fire losses in the past couple of years seem crazy.

    I wonder if it's that a lot of us are reaching a certain age, and so, too, are the people we grew up listening to and watching.
    Nah, this always happens this way.

    My Mom reads three newspapers every day and one of the FIRST sections she reads is the obits and death notices.

    Her Mom, same thing. “Who DIED?” Not just celebrities, but people you know. People you don’t know at all.

    I’ve had a “gut” feeling lately and googled people. Found out my former boss died, my co-worker’s husband died, one of my old friends died. They were all old, so this shit happens.

    After we hit 50-55, every day is just luck. I saw funerals of little kids when I worked at that funeral home. Babies, too. Look at the death notice section of any newspaper, daily. Everyday people, with pictures, with stories. Gone. During the heights of Covid, the death notice section of the newspapers are HUGE!!! Many of us don’t recognize or want to recognize celebrities’ mortality, that’s all. But death is an all-ages show and unless Meat Loaf was gunned down by an assassin in his home, or Louis Anderson drowned in his pool, none of this is shocking.

    Yes, all these old people are gonna die at about the same time. Look at the Oscars’ “In Memoriam” segment every year. (Some of them I thought were already dead.)


    This is a kinda funny Twitter meme …

    “OMG why is [insert name here] trending???”

    Usually, if they’re old, it’s because they’re dead.

    Paul McCartney was trending, everybody was like OMG PAUL MCCARTNEY DIED!? PLEASE TELL ME PAUL MCCARTNEY ISN’T DEAD.

    (That in between “who the fuck is Paul McCartney?”)

    (Honestly, my husband and I were talking, and neither of us know anything about Bob Saget. Nada. I’m reading about stuff now but none of that was in my life. Seems like he was a really nice guy, though.)
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    I think I'm one of the few that liked BOOH 3. That renewed my like in him.

    See ya, dude.

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    Apparently Meat Loaf had COVID. And he was an anti-vaxxer. Sigh.

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    Dear CHRISTOPHER,

    This morning you received our weekly "Recipe of the Week" email, which is sent to you every Friday.

    In today's email we highlighted a grilled meatloaf recipe. At the time we shared this recipe with you, we were not aware of the unfortunate passing of American singer and actor Mr. Marvin Lee Aday, also known as Meat Loaf.

    We want to express our deepest apologies for this oversight and for any offense this email may have caused.

    We send our condolences to Mr. Aday's family and fans.

    Thank you for understanding.

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    what the actual shit.

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    Thich Nhat Hanh: 'Father of mindfulness' Buddhist monk dies aged 95

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asi...mpaign=KARANGA


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