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Discussion in 'Very Grumpy Old Farts Lounge' started by Fast68back, Jul 2, 2009.
Now he will actually get to meet GOD face to face
Art Bell .... late night radio host of Coast to Coast
R Lee Ermey. R I P
I remember listening to him at night during high school. Always enjoyed the type of crazy guests on his show in the middle of the night.
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Carl Kassel, long-time newscaster for NPR radio and announcer for "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me." He had a wonderful radio voice.
Never argue with a Moron. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.
If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.
Dropping like flies sprayed with acetone.
Classy Woman. Thank you for your unconditional giving to our Country.
Verne Troyer, Mini Me in ‘Austin Powers,’ dead at 49
Mini me dies.
Clint Walker, Towering Western Star, Is Dead at 90
Kinda' looks like Daniel Boone ( Fess Parker ) with a cowboy hat.
He was a good guy .
Always liked the movies he was in.
Astronaut Alan Bean, member of Apollo 12 moon mission, dead at 86
Astronaut Alan Bean, the fourth man to walk on the Moon who later turned to painting, died Saturday. He was 86.
Bean, a native of Wheeler, Texas, was a member of the Apollo 12 mission in November 1969, traveling to the moon alongside Pete Conrad and Richard Gordon.
Bean and Conrad conducted experiments on the moon's surface and installed a nuclear power generator on the moon.
RIP, Malcolm Young from AC/DC. He passed due to dimentia.
Old Man Harrison from Pawn Stars.
StarTrek.com is saddened to report the death of veteran actor Roger Perry, whom Star Trek fans will remember for his winsome appearance as Captain John Christopher in the TOS episode “Tomorrow Is Yesterday.” Perry, who was 85, succumbed on Thursday night (July 12) to prostate cancer at his home in Indian Wells, California, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which was informed of the news by Perry's daughter, Dana Perry McNerney.
Maybe not one of "A" list actors. But he was in my favorite Star Trek episode, Tomorrow is Yesterday. RIP Roger