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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.

  • quack quack bang
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    Originally posted by Stan View Post
    Rip Taylor
    Gay flags at half mast

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    Rip Taylor

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  • Bamaholic
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    Ginger Baker, greatest rock drummer of all time.

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  • Hannibal Lecter MD
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    Chef Carl Ruiz - he was always a lot of fun on Fieri's shows

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  • Stan
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    They haven’t said. I would assume drugs or something

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    Originally posted by Stan
    Jevon Snead died
    Just 32, how’d he die?


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  • Stan
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    Jevon Snead died

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    Originally posted by Sid Youngleman View Post

    A Democratic lady in the Age of Rachel Maddow. A saddening loss.
    Indeed. Cokie and Eleanor Clift used to hold down the female left in the early days of news talk shows. McLaughlin used to tee off on Eleanor, I used to crack up during that show, and I just about broke a rib when it got spoofed on Saturday Night Live.

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  • Sid Youngleman
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    Originally posted by It Takes Eleven View Post
    Cokie Roberts.
    A Democratic lady in the Age of Rachel Maddow. A saddening loss.

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    Cokie Roberts.

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  • quack quack bang
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    Rick Ocasek,

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    Ric Ocasek, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame singer whose popular new-wave band, The Cars, left a profound impact on rock music, was found dead in his New York City apartment on Sunday, a police spokesman told Fox News. Ocasek was 75.

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  • quack quack bang
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    Saw him in concert about 5 years ago. His best shaking was in the rear view mirror a long way back

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  • 2Stater
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    Esophageal cancer. Cancer claims another.

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    He’s not sh-sh-shakin any more.


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