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😞

 

t was a race to say what took my mum, the death certificate list went damned near a page but officially pneumonia first.

 

Either way she really did not want to go but in the end her body left her no option.

 

If you believe in an after-life, personally I fence sit, she probably did not exactly make my dad's day, assuming they wound up in the same place ...

 

Great lady in many ways, easy to live with, no...

 

Cheers

 

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That's sad... they're a legendary band, one of my favourites of the time.

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noooo... 

 

the cars debut album still gets a loud airing here frequently, and they were very much a band of their moment in the late 70's

 

the rest of their work never quite grabbed me the same, but i guess that's how novelty works

 

i must say i didn't think he would be that much older than me, but i guess i was still a youngster when they erupted onto the international music arena

 

 

 

rip (and "bye bye love")   😞

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Only young too... https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/celebrity-life/star-trek-star-aron-eisenberg-dead-at-the-age-of-50/news-story/0af6a5a8a8e47bcae8811221a9629e7d

 

There's not been a cause mentioned but I would suspect it might be kidney related.

On another note, it seems News.com is the only of the main sources that bothers to have a proper dedicated Entertainment section on their news page.

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3 hours ago, TheManFromPOST said:

RIP Aron Eisenberg, Nog from Deep Space 9

R.I.P Mr Eisenberg. Thankyou for introducing me to my favourite Ferengi

 

edit : Ooops ! cos Nog, it turns out is the nephew not Quark ...had to go watch some DS9 to find that out

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amen that

 

she only recently got a nod in my goodbye to valerie harper, as a feminist role model of note in 60's and 70's american tv

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Yeah, just saw it. Sort of amazed he lived that long but there will not quickly be another like him, if ever.

 

RIP.

 

Cheers

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🙂

 

Probably because he was, he was a prodigious drinker and rivaled Keith Richards for drugs consumption at one time.

 

Cheers

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Hmm,

 

He had a damned good innings, unlike poor Yuri Gagarin who augered in in a Mig 15 decades ago.

 

RIP

 

Cheers

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5 minutes ago, scruffy1 said:

rot in pieces

I'd rather his remains were incinerated.

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On 10/27/2019 at 10:00 AM, scruffy1 said:

ivan milat, in prison, at 74

 

rot in pieces

I see there are some nutters out there ( His nephew being one) think that good old Ivan didn't have a bad bone in his body.  Unbelievable.

On 10/27/2019 at 10:06 AM, eveln said:

I'd rather his remains were incinerated.

Not sure shit burns.

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On 10/27/2019 at 10:06 AM, eveln said:

I'd rather his remains were incinerated.

 

liquid nitrogen bath, then firing squad, filmed by The Slomo Guys

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@hulkster most things burn don't they 😉

 

1 hour ago, @~thehung said:

 

liquid nitrogen bath, then firing squad, filmed by The Slomo Guys

But he be dead already ! 

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1 hour ago, eveln said:

But he be dead already ! 

 

the resulting fragmentation would leave him to rot in pieces though

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Burial suits in that it's closer to hell, but a gravesite is way more dignity than he deserves.

 

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2 hours ago, scruffy1 said:

 

the resulting fragmentation would leave him to rot in pieces though

where in a burial plot like usual ? I just thought it would be nice to incinerate, or something of the kind that makes absolutely no remains at all, would be even nicer. I know his piddley rotting self would leave barely a mark in the soil after it had broken down, but I'd rather it didn't break down in this earth.

 

@Rybags thought is on the money too.

I know his family might like a remembrance of him, so perhaps they could organise something at the family home. Maybe decades on from now the ghouls will like to visit it

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