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Unread postPosted: November 30th, 2018, 10:34 pm 
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George H.W. Bush 1924-2018..


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Odinson wrote:
George H.W. Bush 1924-2018..

Oh my goodness, I didn't know this..

I haven't been watching the news.


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George H.W. Bush 1924-2018..

A principled leader. RIP number 41.

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May he rest in peace. When he and Reagan were in office, I thought the USA was the safest and best place on earth.

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Ken Berry of Mayberry RFD and F Troop passed, he was 85.


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Nancy Wilson, a three-time Grammy-winning artist who called herself a "song stylist," has died

The vocalist from Chillicothe, Ohio, initially focused on R&B music but later excelled at jazz ballads and torch songs.

She made her debut with her 1961's single, "Guess Who I Saw Today."

Wilson's biggest hit came in 1964 with "(You Don't Know) How Glad I Am," which rose through the charts to the #11 spot on Billboard's Hot 100 singles and earned her a Grammy Award for best R&B recording.

She would win two more Grammy Awards, in 2005 and 2007


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I just read this headline and thought it was Nancy Wilson, guitar player for Heart.


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I don't know her. I don't know that song. She was before my time.

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She would win two more Grammy Awards, in 2005 and 2007

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Penny Marshall, director of Big and star of TV's Laverne & Shirley, dead at 75

Trailblazing director and female mentor to Hollywood stars dies of complications from diabetes

Penny Marshall, the trailblazing movie director who indelibly starred in the top-rated sitcom Laverne & Shirley, has died. She was 75.

Marshall's publicist, Michelle Bega, said Tuesday that Marshall died in her Los Angeles home on Monday due to complications from diabetes.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment/p ... -1.4951099


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She was so overweight...shame...

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May she rest in peace. She had diabetes. That can be terminal.

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"Mean" Gene

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He was the voice of wrestling. RIP mean Gene.

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One of the best straight men...EVER. How he could stand there watching these guys raving and ranting whilst keeping a straight face is amazing.

His sketches with Bobby Heenan were G O L D.

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'Super Dave' actor and comedy writer Bob Einstein dead at 76.

Bob Einstein, the U.S. comedian, writer and actor best known for his role as Super Dave Osborne, has died of cancer. He was 76.

Einstein was also known for his roles as "professional surrogate" Larry Middleman on Arrested Development and Marty Funkhouser in HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, where he played the aggravating friend of Larry David.


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One of the best straight men...EVER. How he could stand there watching these guys raving and ranting whilst keeping a straight face is amazing.

His sketches with Bobby Heenan were G O L D.


"The Brain" :thumbup:

Also with Jesse Ventura. I believe with the Hulkster some too.

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That deadpan look and startled reactions...those "interviews" were brilliant because of Mean Gene.

But sometimes he couldn't hold it in...


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Fashionista wrote:
'Super Dave' actor and comedy writer Bob Einstein dead at 76.

Bob Einstein, the U.S. comedian, writer and actor best known for his role as Super Dave Osborne, has died of cancer. He was 76.

Einstein was also known for his roles as "professional surrogate" Larry Middleman on Arrested Development and Marty Funkhouser in HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, where he played the aggravating friend of Larry David.

I loved the Bizarre show. Super Dave Osbourne was one of the best skits.

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Fashionista wrote:
'Super Dave' actor and comedy writer Bob Einstein dead at 76.

Bob Einstein, the U.S. comedian, writer and actor best known for his role as Super Dave Osborne, has died of cancer. He was 76.

Einstein was also known for his roles as "professional surrogate" Larry Middleman on Arrested Development and Marty Funkhouser in HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, where he played the aggravating friend of Larry David.

I loved the Bizarre show. Super Dave Osbourne was one of the best skits.

I didn't think Super Dave was that old.

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