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February 20th, 2023 at 5:41:39 AM permalink
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I don't know that I saw him in anything but I did read that he was Fonzi's cousin (Henry Winkler).
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February 20th, 2023 at 9:11:14 AM permalink
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That certainly explains why Henry Kissinger is still alive.
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February 21st, 2023 at 12:03:22 PM permalink
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My brother-in-law went into hospice last month and died two days later.
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I set the over/under at Jimmy's date of death at March 5.
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Jimmy's a peanut farmer, I give him at least till June.
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March 2nd, 2023 at 9:06:10 PM permalink


Horror film legend Ricou Browning died on Monday at his home in Florida. He was 93. According to his daughter, he died of natural causes.

Browning is best know for playing the Gill-Man in the 1954 movie “Creature From the Black Lagoon" along with its sequels. The actor and stuntman was the last surviving actor of the original Universal Classic Monsters — a series of horror films by Universal Pictures from the 1930s to 1950s. He also worked on TV shows such as "Flipper" and "Sea Hunt." Due to his expertise, he would often direct underwater sequences for varius productions, most notably the big speargun fight in 1965’s “Thunderball,” the “Jaws”-inspired candy bar-in-the-pool sequence in the 1980 movie “Caddyshack” and the underwater scenes in 1983’s “Never Say Never Again.”

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March 7th, 2023 at 6:59:10 PM permalink
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I will gladly bet a beer on the under.
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March 7th, 2023 at 9:30:07 PM permalink
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Horror film legend Ricou Browning died on Monday at his home in Florida. He was 93. According to his daughter, he died of natural causes.

Browning is best know for playing the Gill-Man in the 1954 movie “Creature From the Black Lagoon" along with its sequels. The actor and stuntman was the last surviving actor of the original Universal Classic Monsters — a series of horror films by Universal Pictures from the 1930s to 1950s. He also worked on TV shows such as "Flipper" and "Sea Hunt." Due to his expertise, he would often direct underwater sequences for varius productions, most notably the big speargun fight in 1965’s “Thunderball,” the “Jaws”-inspired candy bar-in-the-pool sequence in the 1980 movie “Caddyshack” and the underwater scenes in 1983’s “Never Say Never Again.”


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I'm sad to hear of his passing — as a former owner of a Creature from the Black Lagoon pinball machine, and current owner of Creature from the Black Lagoon slot machine software.

But then, sounds like he lived a long, interesting life!
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March 8th, 2023 at 4:36:08 AM permalink
Gary Rossington age 71 last surviving original member of Southern rock group Lynyrd Skynyrd.
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March 9th, 2023 at 4:32:48 PM permalink


Actor Chaim Topol has died in Israel at his home in Tel Aviv. He was 87. Cause of death is described as deteriorating health due to Alzheimer’s disease.

Topol is, of course, best known for playing the role of patriarch Tevye in the 1971 film “Fiddler on the Roof." On stage it's estimated that he performed the role more than 3,500 times around the world. Beyond fiddler he's probably best know for portraying Columbo, the Greek smuggler who partners up with James Bond in the 1981 film "For Your Eyes Only."

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March 9th, 2023 at 6:22:35 PM permalink
When I got the "New Post" notification, I thought it was gonna be about Robert Blake.
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March 10th, 2023 at 1:49:44 AM permalink
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Robert Blake just passed - R.I.P. - his portrayal of a stone cold killer in "In Cold Blood" was by far the best I've ever seen of that kinna thing

in fact that movie was by far the best I've ever seen of that type - so great - it's based on a true story - a book by Truman Capote

in real life Blake was charged and acquitted of killing his wife in 2005

you can watch several clips of the movie at YT at the link







https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qU0H2mmgsjM&list=PLZbXA4lyCtqo6oN9aSkZt3cDP54tJwIMj


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March 10th, 2023 at 8:20:30 AM permalink
Think what you will about Blake's troubled life but, you have to admit that "Beretta" had one of the coolest TV theme songs of all time. Take it away Sammy...

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March 10th, 2023 at 8:38:56 AM permalink
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there was definitely something special about the guy
he seemed very real
not like the typical movie or tv star who is all about presenting a perfect face and perfect grooming

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March 10th, 2023 at 1:09:31 PM permalink
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Robert Blake just passed - R.I.P. - his portrayal of a stone cold killer in "In Cold Blood" was by far the best I've ever seen of that kinna thing

in fact that movie was by far the best I've ever seen of that type - so great - it's based on a true story - a book by Truman Capote

in real life Blake was charged and acquitted of killing his wife in 2005

you can watch several clips of the movie at YT at the link







https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qU0H2mmgsjM&list=PLZbXA4lyCtqo6oN9aSkZt3cDP54tJwIMj


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The true story of how Truman Capote actually wrote the book is better than the movie
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March 10th, 2023 at 1:11:26 PM permalink
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there was definitely something special about the guy
he seemed very real
not like the typical movie or tv star who is all about presenting a perfect face and perfect grooming

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Robert Blake was not overly bright and it made him charming but it was also his downfall
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March 11th, 2023 at 12:13:15 PM permalink
I really liked Robert Blake in "Lost Highway"...he played one of the creepiest characters, ever.
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March 12th, 2023 at 8:49:07 PM permalink
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I really liked Robert Blake in "Lost Highway"...he played one of the creepiest characters, ever.
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April 11th, 2023 at 12:56:49 PM permalink
Al Jaffee of Mad Magazine has died age 102
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April 11th, 2023 at 2:03:52 PM permalink
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Al Jaffee of Mad Magazine has died age 102
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Wow

I wonder if he's the last of the original crew?
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April 11th, 2023 at 2:10:20 PM permalink
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Al Jaffee of Mad Magazine has died age 102
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Wow

I wonder if he's the last of the original crew?
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Probably a safe bet.
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April 11th, 2023 at 2:27:26 PM permalink
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April 11th, 2023 at 2:30:51 PM permalink
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Al Jaffee of Mad Magazine has died age 102
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Wow

I wonder if he's the last of the original crew?
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Probably a safe bet.
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A quick check shows Sergio Aragones and Dick De Bartolo are still alive.

I guess it depends on what your definition of original crew is. The sixties to me qualifies because Mad was less than a decade old.
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April 23rd, 2023 at 9:35:04 AM permalink
Mr. Jaffe was the last of the original Gang of Idiots, as Bill Gaines referred to his bullpen crew. Mad actually started as a comic but converted to a magazine when the comics code came in. Only color books were subject to the code. Pre-code, Gaines had an incredibly successful line of comics and many people say the code was instituted to put him out of business. Gaines folded his comics, but Mad Magazine was a runaway success.
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April 23rd, 2023 at 9:39:59 AM permalink
RIP Ken Potts. Mr. Potts was one of the last two survivors of the USS Arizona. Not all heroes wear capes.
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April 23rd, 2023 at 10:37:23 AM permalink
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RIP Ken Poole. Mr. Poole was one of the last two survivors of the USS Arizona. Not all heroes wear capes.
Now there is one.
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billryan,

Thanks for the information. "Autocorrupt" misspelled his name, Ken Potts:

https://apnews.com/article/uss-arizona-survivor-dies-ken-potts-0e7356f931c397c8e94f7cc80d44d4c6

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April 23rd, 2023 at 11:00:24 AM permalink
I think I typed Potts but thanks for the correction.
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April 23rd, 2023 at 12:12:36 PM permalink
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RIP Ken Potts. Mr. Potts was one of the last two survivors of the USS Arizona. Not all heroes wear capes.
Now there is one.
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Just curious, what did he do that makes you consider him a hero? I don't know his story other than he was on a ship that sunk.
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April 24th, 2023 at 6:47:18 AM permalink
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RIP Ken Potts. Mr. Potts was one of the last two survivors of the USS Arizona. Not all heroes wear capes.
Now there is one.
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Just curious, what did he do that makes you consider him a hero? I don't know his story other than he was on a ship that sunk.
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ALL those that put their lives on the line serving our country so people like me didn’t have to are heroes. I love thanking each and every military and ex military person when I have the chance.
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April 25th, 2023 at 10:49:13 AM permalink
R.I.P. Harry Belafonte, age 96

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April 25th, 2023 at 11:22:06 AM permalink
I was surprised to read that he was still with us until today. I suppose some celebs just aren't in the news much.

My appreciation for Harry Belafonte came through his "Jump in the Line" from the movie "Beetlejuice," but mainly from Stan Freberg's parody of "Banana Boat (Day-O)."

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April 27th, 2023 at 8:06:14 AM permalink
I really do like me some Weird Al.
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April 27th, 2023 at 8:35:18 AM permalink
I enjoy both Weird Al, and Jerry Springer in small doses.
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April 27th, 2023 at 9:48:13 AM permalink
I don't see Margaret Ann Peterson listed, She died on May 15 last year at age 81. First thing I read on May 16 my 82nd birthday. She was married to ex-soldier Dud Wash, a fact that Ernest T Bass refused to acknowledge,
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I don't see Margaret Ann Peterson listed, She died on May 15 last year at age 81. First thing I read on May 16 my 82nd birthday. She was married to ex-soldier Dud Wash, a fact that Ernest T Bass refused to acknowledge,
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I would be embarrassed too if my daughter married Gilligan.
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I don't see Margaret Ann Peterson listed, She died on May 15 last year at age 81. First thing I read on May 16 my 82nd birthday. She was married to ex-soldier Dud Wash, a fact that Ernest T Bass refused to acknowledge,
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I would be embarrassed too if my daughter married Gilligan.
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At least we now know the answer as to who he fell in love with, and it was not Mary Ann or Ginger,
it was Charlene Darling !!
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I don't see Margaret Ann Peterson listed, She died on May 15 last year at age 81. First thing I read on May 16 my 82nd birthday. She was married to ex-soldier Dud Wash, a fact that Ernest T Bass refused to acknowledge,
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I would be embarrassed too if my daughter married Gilligan.
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At least we now know the answer as to who he fell in love with, and it was not Mary Ann or Ginger,
it was Charlene Darling !!
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April 27th, 2023 at 9:16:25 PM permalink
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I don't see Margaret Ann Peterson listed, She died on May 15 last year at age 81. First thing I read on May 16 my 82nd birthday. She was married to ex-soldier Dud Wash, a fact that Ernest T Bass refused to acknowledge,
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I would be embarrassed too if my daughter married Gilligan.
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thinking Ernest t bass was on Andy Griffith show
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April 28th, 2023 at 5:41:11 AM permalink
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I don't see Margaret Ann Peterson listed, She died on May 15 last year at age 81. First thing I read on May 16 my 82nd birthday. She was married to ex-soldier Dud Wash, a fact that Ernest T Bass refused to acknowledge,
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I would be embarrassed too if my daughter married Gilligan.
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thinking Ernest t bass was on Andy Griffith show
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Yes, but Bob Denver played both Dudley and Gilligan.
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May 2nd, 2023 at 4:40:45 AM permalink
Gordon Lightfoot passed away. He was one of my favorite singers.

Maybe one of the greatest folk songs ever,

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May 2nd, 2023 at 8:30:06 AM permalink
I'll be driving on the Carefree Highway Thursday. This time will be special.
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May 2nd, 2023 at 9:24:22 AM permalink
I always found "the Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" to be overly repetitive.
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May 2nd, 2023 at 9:30:11 AM permalink
I liked listening to it. Was the first time I had heard it. Thanks for posting it DRich. I even looked it up afterwards and found the discussions about how it varied from the historical event and Gordo changed one of the lyrics for his live performances.

Pretty much the only Gordo song I knew is "Sundown" and that's because they used to play it constantly on the Golden Nugget casino floor in the late 90s / early 2000s.
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I liked listening to it. Was the first time I had heard it. Thanks for posting it DRich. I even looked it up afterwards and found the discussions about how it varied from the historical event and Gordo changed one of the lyrics for his live performances.

Pretty much the only Gordo song I knew is "Sundown" and that's because they used to play it constantly on the Golden Nugget casino floor in the late 90s / early 2000s.
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I believe in the song it says they were headed to Cleveland but it was actually going to Detroit. I grew up in a city on Lake Erie where they build these giant lake freighters so the song always had a special significance to me.
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May 2nd, 2023 at 11:20:19 AM permalink
I nearly drowned when my sailboat capsized in Lake Ontario, so hearing that song takes me back to a place I'm not particularly eager to go. It also reminds me of my father.
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May 2nd, 2023 at 11:27:02 AM permalink
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I liked listening to it. Was the first time I had heard it. Thanks for posting it DRich. I even looked it up afterwards and found the discussions about how it varied from the historical event and Gordo changed one of the lyrics for his live performances.

Pretty much the only Gordo song I knew is "Sundown" and that's because they used to play it constantly on the Golden Nugget casino floor in the late 90s / early 2000s.
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I believe in the song it says they were headed to Cleveland but it was actually going to Detroit. I grew up in a city on Lake Erie where they build these giant lake freighters so the song always had a special significance to me.
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I spent a few young summers wandering down by the shipyards on the lakes, admiring the massive boats.
They're small compared to the modern mega container ships, but they were huge to many young lads standing along side them.
I still get a touch of awe and nostalgia when I drive by a lake port with one docked, in a way I don't when I drive past the container and cruise ports on the coasts.

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May 18th, 2023 at 9:03:23 PM permalink
RIP Superstar Billy Graham.
The Man of The Hour, The Man with the Power, Too Sweet To Be Sour.
The superstar was a larger-than-life figure. A World Class Bodybuilder, he placed &th in The Worlds Strongest Man completion at an advanced age and is recorded doing a 610-pound bench press.
A three-time World Champion, Superstar Graham was one of the biggest draws in wrestling. In his prime, from 1977 to about 1985, he would wrestle 300-330 nights a year across six continents. He was one of a handful of wrestlers who could make his own deals with promoters and preferred to be independent rather than ally himself with one promotion.
Many wrestlers took on his image- Hulk Hogan, Jesse Ventura, Lex Luger, and more incorporated parts of his schtick in theirs- Rick Flair, Dusty Rhodes, Big Poppa Pump, and countless others. Conversely, Graham is generally credited with introducing steroids to the industry. Love him or hate him, and plenty of people did; Superstar Billy Graham was a force of nature who will be missed.
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May 18th, 2023 at 9:26:54 PM permalink
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I liked listening to it. Was the first time I had heard it. Thanks for posting it DRich. I even looked it up afterwards and found the discussions about how it varied from the historical event and Gordo changed one of the lyrics for his live performances.

Pretty much the only Gordo song I knew is "Sundown" and that's because they used to play it constantly on the Golden Nugget casino floor in the late 90s / early 2000s.
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You used to hang out downtown??
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May 18th, 2023 at 9:44:30 PM permalink
Still hang out downtown, occasionally. At Circa.

But back then used to stay at the Golden Nugget somewhat regularly. Their two story spa tower suites rivaled many Strip suites, probably still do but when Wynn owned it the Golden Nugget was run quite nicely.
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Almost as shocking as when you said you fly Southwest.
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May 18th, 2023 at 10:32:47 PM permalink
Golden Nugget spa tower suites.
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