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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1450 on: November 21, 2020, 02:39:33 PM »
Thats cause they ain’t no more recognizable celebrities, they all passed away.

When my kids talk about this actor or that musician, I scarcely have a clue.

Not death, but am I the only one who seems to notice that only republicans are getting the China Flu?  And I'll barf if anyone says it is dilligence in mask wearing.
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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1451 on: November 21, 2020, 02:41:06 PM »
Thats cause they ain’t no more recognizable celebrities, they all passed away.

When my kids talk about this actor or that musician, I scarcely have a clue.


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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1452 on: November 21, 2020, 05:21:37 PM »
Thats cause they ain’t no more recognizable celebrities, they all passed away.

When my kids talk about this actor or that musician, I scarcely have a clue.
I used to do fairly well on Jeopardy. Still do sometimes. But when the category is modern entertainment, I'm clueless. If it's younger than about 1990, I'm usually lost.

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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1453 on: November 21, 2020, 05:54:37 PM »
Not death, but am I the only one who seems to notice that only republicans are getting the China Flu?  And I'll barf if anyone says it is dilligence in mask wearing.
As a matter of fact I have noticed this as well. The closest thing to a leftist I've heard of was Tom Hanks & wife.

Its prolly because one half of the nation is busy living while the other half is curled in the fetal position. When all is said and done I know which half I'll want to have been part of.


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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1454 on: November 21, 2020, 05:57:13 PM »
Not death, but am I the only one who seems to notice that only republicans are getting the China Flu?  And I'll barf if anyone says it is dilligence in mask wearing.

Nope. The only folks I know personally that got it are whacko libs, masks and all...

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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1455 on: November 21, 2020, 06:26:19 PM »
Nope. The only folks I know personally that got it are whacko libs, masks and all...

I don't know any wacko libs in my new town.  there aren't very many, and life's too short to deal with dipshitz.
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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1456 on: November 21, 2020, 07:50:13 PM »
I don't know any wacko libs in my new town.  there aren't very many, and life's too short to deal with dipshitz.

Well I have to retract. My elder son now has the Woohan... along with his wife and all five kids.
But she's a nurse, and he's security at the hospital, so they were high risk for it anyway.
Anyhow, it's now close to home, and a whole house (and his in-laws house) that won't be at turkey day.

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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1457 on: November 22, 2020, 03:55:22 AM »
Nope. The only folks I know personally that got it are whacko libs, masks and all...
I know both Republicans and Democrats, both liberals and Conservatives who have gotten it. The Conservatives have done fine. One of the Liberals died.
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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1458 on: Today at 03:39:11 PM »
David Dinkins, New York City’s first Black mayor, dies at 93



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David Dinkins, whose historic 1989 victory as the city’s first and only Black mayor was quickly eclipsed by rising crime and racial turmoil that doomed his re-election, died Monday at his home, police said. He was 93.

His death comes a little more than a month after his wife, Joyce, passed away on Oct. 11.

Dinkins, in his two decades after leaving City Hall, kept a busy schedule but a relatively low profile — teaching at Columbia University, doing charity work and making occasional appearances.




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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1459 on: Today at 04:48:43 PM »
Hal Ketchum
1990s country singer dies at 67



Ketchum's time as a country music star was brief but successful, charting 11 consecutive top-30 country hits in just four years, from 1991 to 1995. He was among the wave of new country stars who were only vaguely stylistically country but dominated FM radio as it boomed in the early 1990s; unusually, despite his chart success, he never reached number-one, falling just short at number-two three times (debut hit "Small Town Saturday Night," "Past the Point of Rescue" and "Hearts are Gonna Roll").

Ketchum died November 23 from complications of Alzheimer's disease.

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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1460 on: Today at 06:47:27 PM »
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Paul Hornung, legendary NFL running back, dead at 84

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Paul Hornung, a Hall of Fame running back who played for the Green Bay Packers, has died. He was 84.

Hornung died in his hometown of Louisville, Ky., after a long battle with dementia, the Louisville Sports Commission said in a statement.

Hornung won the 1956 Heisman Trophy award with Notre Dame as a quarterback. He turned pro in 1957 and played for the Packers as a fullback and halfback after being selected No. 1 overall.

He spent nine seasons with the Packers and was suspended for the entirety of the 1963 season because of a gambling suspension.

He was a part of the 1966 Packers team that won the first-ever Super Bowl, defeating the American Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs 35-10.
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Re: Obituaries for 2020
« Reply #1461 on: Today at 07:10:37 PM »
https://www.foxnews.com/sports/paul-hornung-legendary-nfl-running-back-dies

Paul Hornung, legendary NFL running back, dead at 84
Oh yes....as a huge Packer fan those were the days.
I remember the first Packer game I saw on tv was the 1960 title game between the Packers and the Eagles. Jimmy Taylor got tackled on the Eagles six yard line by Chuck Bednarek I believe on the last play of the game. If Taylor had scored, that would have meant six titles in seven years for the Packers and Vince Lombardi who is still the most revered coach in Wisconsin sports history.
Hornung was The Golden Boy. A confirmed bachelor for most of his life, it was highly ironic that Hornung, a fun-loving bachelor who loved parties and girls not necessarily in that order, played in Green Bay the smallest city in the league and one definitely not known for exciting places for spirited athletes.
 Hornung is considered one of the all-time great Packers. Unfortunately, he missed one whole season, 1963, after being suspended for gambling.
When he returned for the 1964 season Hornung, the team's fg and pat kicker, had lost his timing and had a disastrous 12-38 conversion rate on fgs. His absolutely rotten kicking cost the Packers two or three games and a shot at the title.
I remember they lost one game to the Colts by one point when Hornung missed all five fg attempts none longer than about thirty yards. The goalposts were on the goal line in those days too.
He had one great game in the playoffs against the Colts in 1965 scoring five tds, but a pinched nerve ended his career early.
Nevertheless, The Golden Boy will be dearly missed by many old Packer fans.


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