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...  My brother told me that today - left a great legacy, love the music.

 

Cheers

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Willesee began A Current Affair ... it used to be okay then.

I bet he goes to his grave feeling just a bit disgusted with a lot of today's style of journalism

R.I.P Mr Willesee.

 

Edited by eveln

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looks like lots of "young" (compared to me) people are checking out

 

luke perry - american tv and film guy, aged 52, from a cva (stroke)

recognisable for his years in beverly hills 90210 alongside shannen doherty

https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/celebrity/luke-perry-dead-at-age-52-after-suffering-stroke-publicist-says-20190305-p511qh.html

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prince leonard of hutt river province

https://www.smh.com.au/national/prince-leonard-of-hutt-river-province-20190227-p510iq.html

 

i spent quite a few hours in the presence of the prince at his block of flats in como, perth during a christmas holiday (the suburb provided us with a great kitten we took back to darwin with us after the holiday there, who was "como" and lived for almost quarter of a century - a great tabby in all aspects)

he was quite the character, and my parents consumed many beers with him and other transients of the holiday letting; he was down to earth and had a good sense of humour

 

r.i.p., to a unique australian character

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The ATO was chasing him for 3 million in taxes, wonder what will happen now.

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1 hour ago, eveln said:

okay... I'm curious now  ^^^

I posted the Flint news without realising Outcast had done so already.

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Missed one - only found out earlier today.  John Haynes, founder of the Haynes series of workshop manuals died aged 80 about a month ago.

 

The manuals, sharing true Atomican spirit are based on a complete teardown and rebuild of the car in question.  They've also released similar manuals on other topics such as home appliances, computers and even Star Trek.

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On 09/03/2019 at 12:09 PM, chrisg said:

Hmm,

Had not realised this guy was of that age:

https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/tv/airwolf-star-janmichael-vincent-dead-at-73/news-story/1a45c0b0b2c2a99641842a153e915dbf

Still a little sad, never took much notice of Airwolf, sort of Whirlybirds revisited from what little I did see but I liked his movies in the main.

RIP

 

remembered best from the original movie version of the mechanic, with charles bronson

 

rip

 

 

11 minutes ago, Rybags said:

Missed one - only found out earlier today.  John Haynes, founder of the Haynes series of workshop manuals died aged 80 about a month ago.

 

The manuals, sharing true Atomican spirit are based on a complete teardown and rebuild of the car in question.  They've also released similar manuals on other topics such as home appliances, computers and even Star Trek.

 

i have his one for my first motorbike, a suzuki 185, bought shortly before some bastard stole it

 

eventually got it back, but the frame and fittings had been pretty much destroyed in the interim  😞

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