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    Quote Originally Posted by Pachylad View Post
    Dammit! Almost at age 50. I wonder if they say what caused her death?
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    I thought Gorillas only lived until 40. So that must mean 50 is like...100-120 years or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KageKageKing View Post
    I thought Gorillas only lived until 40. So that must mean 50 is like...100-120 years or something.
    The two oldest living Gorillas are about 61 years old.

    And RIP Vinnie Paul ... fucking sucks man.
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    Would this be the right place to mention the death of Charles Lazarus, the founder of Toys R Us?

    He died back in March 22, just a few days after Toys R Us was announced to be closing down.

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    Joe Jackson died at the age of 89.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone_Baroness View Post
    Joe Jackson died at the age of 89.
    Rot in hell you abusive asshole.

    Also, had to check to be sure it wasn't the white Joe Jackson.
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    Rot in hell you abusive asshole.
    You forgot to mention exploititive and shameless.
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    Scifi writer and legendary curmudgeon Harlan Ellison passed at age eighty-four
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    Scifi writer and legendary curmudgeon Harlan Ellison passed at age eighty-four
    He's off being That Kind Of Sci-Fi SPECULATIVE FICTION Guy in the afterlife.



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    Rip Richard harrison..otherwiseknown as the old man on pawn stars
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone_Baroness View Post
    Joe Jackson died at the age of 89.
    Well, at least that's one death we don't have to grieve about.

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    Scifi writer and legendary curmudgeon Harlan Ellison passed at age eighty-four
    Nowadays Ellison is mostly associated in the general public opinion with his getting mad and picking fights with people, and to be fair that's entirely earned on his part. But still, I'll remember his short stories and the anthologies he edited as being a huge part of my getting into speculative fiction and genre literature, as a high schooler. Don't know if I'd be the writer I am today if it wasn't for him.

    This is really a dark year for great writers, isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyan D. Funk View Post
    He's off being That Kind Of Sci-Fi SPECULATIVE FICTION Guy in the afterlife.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kylor View Post
    Nowadays Ellison is mostly associated in the general public opinion with his getting mad and picking fights with people, and to be fair that's entirely earned on his part. But still, I'll remember his short stories and the anthologies he edited as being a huge part of my getting into speculative fiction and genre literature, as a high schooler. Don't know if I'd be the writer I am today if it wasn't for him.

    This is really a dark year for great writers, isn't it?
    Well, I could have went with that story about him getting fired after half a day's work at Disney but thought it really wasn't the time.
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    Alan Longmuir of Bay City Rollers fame died yesterday at the age of 70

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    Steve Ditko has died at 90.

    Let's all take a moment to appreciate his greatest work.


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    Claude Lanzmann, the guy who directed the 10 hour long movie about the SHOAH, died a few days ago at age 92

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    Some more people who passed away that haven't been mentioned

    Denis Ten Olympic figure skater he died young (25) and in such a tragic way.

    Tab Hunter actor from the 1950's and beyond I think he was 86?

    Matt Cappotelli follows in the footsteps of wrestlers who died too young. He was only 38

    Not a big name (pun unintended as I thought what to write was Jerry Maren. He was one of the many small actors in The Wizard of Oz. he was 98. just shy of his centenary

    Also man of many talents Joe Schnepp whose worked on Metalacolypse and Venture Bros died aged 51

    Shinobu Hashimoto was 100. He was the screenwriter for famous classics like Rashomon and The Seven Samurai

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