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    Very sad.

    Dirty Work is an underrated classic.

    Norm had perhaps the driest sense of humor and it just worked for him. RIP

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    yikes. he made me laugh a few times for sure. 61 seems young.


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    That sucks. His Letterman and Dole impressions were the best.

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    Damn! Sad to hear that he is gone.


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    Wow I can't believe it :-(

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    I'm not crying, you're... Oh wait, I am crying.

    Gutted.

    RIP Norm, my fellow Québécois. You're making so many of us cry today, tears of sadness instead of laughter.

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    Ugh man Norm was awesome.

    His Burt Reynolds was THE BEST!!


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    Loved the NORM!!! My heart breaks. He was the best. Legend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegate View Post
    Ohmigd. I'm so verklempt over that ending. You can tell he was so choked up. It makes me even more sad knowing how appreciative he was in life. Not sad, sad, just emotional. 61 is way too young. Only the good die young?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnetic View Post
    Ohmigd. I'm so verklempt over that ending. You can tell he was so choked up. It makes me even more sad knowing how appreciative he was in life. Not sad, sad, just emotional. 61 is way too young. Only the good die young?
    Yup.

    We love you, too, Norm. Rest easy.

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    Lol!!!!! ^^^^^

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    Whole video is great, especially @3:00.

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    RIP to Norm. His sense of humour was pretty similar to mine. He will be missed. Fuck cancer!

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    Need to rewatch Dirty Work. It will also be bittersweet to see him in the third season of The Orville.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GulDukat View Post
    Whole video is great, especially @3:00.
    I used to annoy the hell out of people asking them if they have any gum while doing his Letterman impersonation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    Ugh man Norm was awesome.

    His Burt Reynolds was THE BEST!!

    “It’s not ape tit!” lmao

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    Richard H Kirk (from Cabaret Voltaire)...

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    Sad about Richard Kirk. I have not looked into his death or personal life or anything but I his recent output. I think I put Shadow Of Fear on my best of 2020 on here. I know I was in the minority of liking that album but I did and a lot of his other non-Cabaret Voltaire music. I even liked the newer drone stuff. And, I still love pretty much everything from Cabaret Voltaire from 79-83. Kind of always hoped Stephen and Richard would get back together but like I said I don't really know anything about their personal lives or personal band history. I just still liked the music they have been making, so its sad because seemed like Kirk still had music left.

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    RIP Richard H. Kirk and Melvin Van Peebles

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    RIP Pee Wee Ellis, legendary sax player. Played with James Brown, Van Morrison & many others.

    https://www.rollingstone.com/music/m...-dead-1232060/

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRoswell View Post
    I really liked him as Dick Halloran in The Shining miniseries. RIP

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    Todd Akin, the former Missouri congressman whose ‘legitimate rape’ comment derailed his U.S. Senate candidacy, dies at 74

    you know, there are times when, after death, you come to realize maybe you were too hard on a person.
    The ensuing controversy sank his candidacy in a race many felt he had a chance to win in a state that was increasingly tilting Republican. Akin would later write that he regretted apologizing for the remark, arguing that his apology legitimized what he believed were willful distortions of the remarks by his political opponents and the media.
    This is not one of those times.


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    Damn. Longtime Letterman announcer Alan Kalter dead at 78.

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