Bring Out Your Dead! The celebrity death thread....

We love our Australian family.


I always found her to be way overrated as an artist.  But art is totally subjective....

The_Soulful_Mr_T said:

I don't pay attention, as a rule, to posts from Australia or anywhere else that isn't here,( why the fukk are you posting here? What's wrong with you and your life? )   but she's out of the hospital and doing fine. I adore Yoko Ono. She's a one-of-a-kind artist and brilliant mind and wit. I hope she lives another 80 years.   If she was loved by John Lennon, for G-d's sake, she's special to me. 

lord_pabulum said:

Frank Kelly RIP

Arse!

Feck!


thank you Joanne. My opinion of the-soulful-mr.-t has just been lowered down a notch. Not including Australian opinions?  

John Lennon and Yoko Ono were never favorites of mine either. I'm glad for you Mr.T that Yoko is still healthy. Please don't shoot the messenger, I didn't even know she was sick.


Actually, I just realized that I did know Frank Kelly from somewhere else. I always loved this Irish take on the 12 Days of Christmas...

https://youtu.be/lbejNNCTr7k


Let's face it.  If the best that people can come up with is Frank Kelly, there's just been a dearth of deaths recently.  You would expect otherwise in the midst of flu season.


Just heard on the radio that George Kennedy (actor, "Cool Hand Luke") has passed away. I think I heard them say he was 91 years old.


cody said:

Just heard on the radio that George Kennedy (actor, "Cool Hand Luke") has passed away. I think I heard them say he was 91 years old.

He was 91? Wow. He was obviously great in Cool Hand Luke but he played opposite Clint Eastwood in "The Eiger Sanction." Always a fave of mine.


And yet people like Mugabe seem to keep on keeping on... 93 and still partying away while his country suffers.


RIP Aubrey McClendon, 56, fracking entrepreneur, who pioneered low cost fracking of gas throughout the US in the last 10 years; one day after being indicted by the feds for price fixing oil and gas contracts.  He drove his car at high speed off the highway and into a bridge, dying instantly.


Bud Collins died today. He was the American voice of tennis both on TV and in print for decades. When he started as a sportswriter, he covered other sports. Later in his life, he'd occasionally be interviewed about covering Muhammad Ali or some other non-tennis star. He was just as eloquent as he was about tennis, but it seemed off, like a clergy member in another denomination's place of worship.

http://www.si.com/tennis/2016/03/04/bud-collins-sportswriting-career-tribute



The sad thing about Dyson was that he was alone, and undiscovered for some time (days). Too young, at 66. 


Davey Jones from the Monkees... 66 years old heart attack.... 

He was my Monkee.....


Uh. Didn't Davey Jones die a few years back? I thought it had to be recent...


Radio DJ Art Ferguson, better known to his fans as Charlie Tuna, has died.  He was 71.

http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/6890883/charlie-tuna-los-angeles-radio-legend-dies-71


Davey Jones died in 2012, but on the internet you can die more.


maplegal said:

Davey Jones from the Monkees... 66 years old heart attack.... 

He was my Monkee.....

If you don't mind the others, they're on tour right now and playing Count Basie theater in Red Bank on May 29.


Gayle McCormick, lead singer of the band Smith, dies at 67

http://www.msn.com/en-us/music/news/gayle-mccormick-lead-singer-of-the-band-smith-dies-at-67/ar-BBqm0CG?ocid=spartanntp


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1S3wJeYKYUo


nan said:

Davey Jones died in 2012, but on the internet you can die more.

Last week was the first leap year anniversary of his death on Feb 29, 2012.


Nancy Reagan died.

"Former first lady Nancy Reagan, perhaps best known for her "Just Say No" campaign to combat drug abuse in the 1980s, died Sunday morning at her home in Los Angeles, a spokesman for the family said. She was 94. The cause of death was congestive heart failure."


Jasmo said:


nan said:

Davey Jones died in 2012, but on the internet you can die more.

Last week was the first leap year anniversary of his death on Feb 29, 2012.

I swear it turned up in my news feed like a recent event...Ha..


despite being newly wed, I wish Mr Murdoch Snr would pls just slip away one night and not wake up. Is that too much to hope for????


joanne said:

despite being newly wed, I wish Mr Murdoch Snr would pls just slip away one night and not wake up. Is that too much to hope for????

That's what Jerry Hall is banking on.


Net worth of over $5 billion dollars can sure turn a girl's head. rolleyes 


Well, I've met his late mother. Dame Elisabeth was a lovely lady with a very kind heart, a generous attitude and beautiful garden (she believed in supporting and empowering young people with few resources). 

He just makes me shudder and cringe. Has for decades.  


mlj said:

Net worth ofi over $5 billion dollars can sure turn a girl's head. <img src="> 

I met Rupe at a party once, many years ago. My ex-wife worked for his son James at NewsCorp and James had a holiday party for his staff and their significant others.  It was in a  gorgeous ground-level apartment on Greene or Mercer St in Soho. We were introduced. I had just started a consulting practice and figured, here's the ultimate client, huh?  But, I didn't approach him about it. I was too high and he was too grumpy looking. 

Food was good. Drinks better.


Raymond Tomlinson, internet pioneer, 74, put the @ in email addresses.


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