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  • Bamaholic
    started a topic People who died....

    People who died....

    I'm surprised this thread wasn't started sooner . Folks dyin left and right.
    http://chicago.suntimes.com/news/sou...n-detroit/amp/
    With his powerful, nearly four-octave vocal range, Chris Cornell was one of the leading voices of the 1990s grunge movement with Soundgarden.

  • Stan
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    Originally posted by RhinoGuy View Post
    It's unbelievable how much tougher the old guys born in the 20's 30"s were than modern men.

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  • 2Stater
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    Originally posted by RhinoGuy View Post
    It's unbelievable how much tougher the old guys born in the 20's 30"s were than modern men.

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    Was definitely a much tougher world they lived in.

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    It's unbelievable how much tougher the old guys born in the 20's 30"s were than modern men.

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    Originally posted by quack quack bang View Post
    George H.W. Bush. RIP
    Amen. Not many WWII vets still around. The guy who wrote Flags of Our Fathers, James Bradley, also wrote Flyboys. An outstanding book, it covers the air raids of a communications complex at Chichi Jima. It was heavily fortified and their artillery took out many of our planes as they tried to bomb. Of those shot down, all but one of the surviving pilots were captured and detained on the island. All were eventually killed. A U.S. submarine beat a Japanese destroyer to one surviving pilot, rescuing him just a few hundred yards ahead of the same fate. It was George H. W. Bush. The book covers the lives of the doomed pilots, and is definitely worth a read.

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  • quack quack bang
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    George H.W. Bush. RIP

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    Originally posted by Sid Youngleman View Post

    Cold, brother.

    Roy was one of the great mechanics of his day on guitar and banjo, playing "clean" even at extraordinary tempos. But his picking always lacked feeling, in my opinion.
    I thought his competence, at times, appeared effortless, but he showed feeling at times. I used to chuckle at the grin he'd get when he was really concentrating on a piece.

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  • Bamaholic
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    Roy was a very under rated amazingly talented musician. Beyond just country music.

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  • Sid Youngleman
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    Originally posted by Hannibal Lecter MD View Post
    Soon to be -6'.
    Cold, brother.

    Roy was one of the great mechanics of his day on guitar and banjo, playing "clean" even at extraordinary tempos. But his picking always lacked feeling, in my opinion.
    Last edited by Sid Youngleman; 11-15-2018, 01:49 PM.

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  • Pinche Cabron
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    Originally posted by Hannibal Lecter MD View Post

    Soon to be -6'.
    True dat. His wife was short too. They were very humble

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  • Hannibal Lecter MD
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    Originally posted by Pinche Cabron View Post

    I've met Roy. He is like 5'5" - but super nice
    Soon to be -6'.

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  • Pinche Cabron
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    Originally posted by It Takes Eleven View Post
    Glen can join in, too.
    I've met Roy. He is like 5'5" - but super nice

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    Glen can join in, too.

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