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  1. RIP Dolores O'Riordan

    Lead singer of The Cranberries passed away suddenly on Monday, January 15. Their music was part of what shaped my teen years. This makes me really sad. http://www.limerickleader.ie/news/home/291748/breaking-shock-at-sudden-death-of-limerick-s-dolores-o-riordan.html
  2. Coco, 1998 - 2018

    Our eldest cat left us last night. He had been a little wobbly of late, and we knew it was time to make that heart wrenching decision. Yesterday he could not get up in the morning, and he pretty much refused to eat or drink all day, and we had planned to call the vet today. Coco was a stray we got as a kitten from a local no-kill shelter. He was the friendliest of several that they had, practically climbing the cage and begging to be petted and loved. He was always the one wanting attention, coming up and rubbing on my hand if I didn't lean over and pet him. He was also a jumper, and loved to climb. When he was only a year old he broke a leg. I had been wondering why my antique wall clock always seemed to end up askew, and one day we figured it out. Coco would come racing down the hall of our tiny apartment, run across the back of the sofa, jump on a chair, jump on the tv, jump up on top of the bookshelf, run across the top of the valance over the sliding glass doors, jump to the top of the wall clock, and then hit the floor and run back down the hall. We actually witnessed him getting as far as the top of the bookshelf one afternoon. We figured the broken leg meant he'd missed a jump somewhere in the circuit. At the vet's office he made a go at the top of the exam room cabinets, with his leg broken. We had difficulties with him, too, especially as he got older and forgot where his litter pan was, but I prefer to remember him like this.
  3. http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-42425616
  4. R.I.P. John Hillerman

    How sad. I just read that John Hillerman has passed away. I watched him regularly on the the awesome TV show Magnum P.I. where he played the overly british (no offense) caretaker Higgins. http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-41940675
  5. RIP Richard Kerr

    Richard Kerr, one time sculptor at Ral Partha and Reaper, passed away November 2nd. Sandra Garrity posted he had taught her about working with putty. I recognized the name and he is the one to sculpt the original Four Horsemen for Reaper (Dark Heaven #s 2001-2004). RIP to one who helped make this hobby great.
  6. RIP Fats Domino

    http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-41753839 Antoine “Fats” Domino, rock and roll legend, has died, aged 89.
  7. https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/sep/11/len-wein-wolverine-swamp-thing-dies-aged-69-neil-gaiman-x-men
  8. RIP Jerry Pournelle

    Evidently Jerry Pournelle passed away two days ago at home. I quite enjoyed reading his books when I was younger. I may have to go and break a few favorites out of storage.
  9. R.I.P. Jerry Lewis

    Went to sleep sadder than when I went to bed. Jerry Lewis Jerry Lewis (born Joseph or Jerome Levitch, depending on the source; March 16, 1926 – August 20, 2017) was an American actor, comedian, singer, film producer, film director, screenwriter, and humanitarian. He was known for his slapstick humor in film, television, stage and radio. He and Dean Martin were partners as the hit popular comedy duo of Martin and Lewis. Following that success, he was a solo star in motion pictures, nightclubs, television shows, concerts, album recordings, and musicals.
  10. RIP Nelson Ellis

    Rest in Peace Nelson Ellis. Only 39..
  11. R.I.P.Gregg Allman

    R.I.P. Gregg!
  12. RIP Roger Moore

    Rest in peace to the first man I remember being 007.
  13. RIP Geoffrey Balydon, one of my childhood heroes! Catweazle, died at the age of 93. Cause has not been confirmed, I suspect a miscast spell.
  14. RIP Emma Morano

    RIP Emma Morana. Now you may be asking who is she? I've never heard of her. And you wouldn't have. She was a normal person that lived a normal life. She was also the last person alive that was born in the 1800s. The world's oldest person (officially at least) is now someone who was born in 1900.
  15. RIP Tyrus Wong

    He didn't work for Walt Disney that long, but his work was pretty influential. Without his pastels, Bambi just wouldn't have been the same. 106 years young. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyrus_Wong
  16. RIP Alan Thicke

    2016 strikes again... RIP Alan Thicke - AKA Mr. Seaver on Growing Pains. Seemed like a good guy who loved hockey and his family. He was 69. ETA: It was a heart attack while playing hockey with his son.
  17. RIP John Glenn

    Rest in peace...
  18. Another one gone... QUE? 2016? http://images0.tcdn.nl/prive/article27150146.ece/BINARY/qs/lg-1-2-6J53BNI_ylttowers_Pho.JPG
  19. RIP Leonard Cohen

    I will always feel the chill of Susan takes you down to the river. Another hero less in my world. Jay
  20. http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/calgary/jim-prentice-plane-crash-killed-1.3804941
  21. http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/37629894/you-may-not-have-heard-of-michiyo-yasuda-but-you-know-her-work
  22. Who? You've probably seen her.
  23. http://www.ew.com/article/2016/06/19/anton-yelchin-dead-dies Actor Anton Yelchin, known for playing Pavel Chekov in the newest reboot of the "Star Trek" franchise, died today in a freak accident, apparently pinned between his car and a brick post in his driveway. He was 27.
  24. https://www.theguardian.com/music/2016/jun/03/dave-swarbrick-dies-at-75-fiddler-fairport-convention
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