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RIP Johnny Nash

Johnny Nash, singer of ‘I Can See Clearly Now,’ dies at 80

Always loved that song.
Nash, who had been in declining health, died of natural causes at home in Houston, the city of his birth, his son, Johnny Nash Jr., told The Associated Press. He was 80.
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Great song. RIP
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Margaret Nolan death: ‘Beyond iconic’ Goldfinger Bond girl dies aged 76
Margaret Nolan, the actor and artist known for her appearance in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger, has died at the age of 76.

In Goldfinger, Nolan appeared in the title sequence and famous poster painted entirely in gold, also playing the character of Dink in the movie.
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See! All that gold paint really did poison her. It just took a few decades to kick in!
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Didn't even know Robert Redford had a son but Ill post it since it is his son.

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James Redford, filmmaker and son of Robert Redford, dies at 58
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Yeh, sorry he died so young but never heard of him.
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James was diagnosed with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, a rare auto-immune disease affecting the liver In 1993, James received two liver transplants. Surviving this near-fatal ordeal inspired James to found the James Redford Institute for Transplant Awareness, where he produced "The Kindness Of Strangers" a documentary film which examined the oft-overlooked sacrifices made by organ donor families. The film premiered at Telluride International Film Festival and aired on HBO in 1999.
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By 2009, James had produced Mann V Ford, an HBO documentary film that explored the Ramapough Tribes' lawsuit against Ford Motor Company.
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By 2016, Karen Pritzker and James produced two new documentary films highlighting the biological harm posed to children by physical and emotional abuse. Paper Tigers premiered in 2104 and was followed in 2016 by Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope. In 2017 James starred in and directed The Redford Center's HBO co-production "Happening: a Clean Energy Revolution." The film examines the rise of the Clean energy economy and culture despite continuing policy inertia in Washington DC.
Sounds like he was doing some good work in the documentary world.
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The Amazing Randi @ 92
James Randi, the magician who escaped from jail cells, underwater coffins and straitjackets before becoming a scientific skeptic bent on debunking those who peddle in the paranormal and supernatural, has died. He was 92.

Randi died Tuesday "due to age-related causes," according to a post on the James Randi Educational Foundation website.
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Always liked that guy. Loved it when he was on Carson. Still recall him shaming Uri Geller :)
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I actually spoke to James Randi once through email - in the early days of the internet. I'd sent a question regarding some paranormal thing I'd seen on a TV show and wanted to know if he'd heard of it. I was surprised to get a response directly from him and to indicate that he hadn't but he'd look into it. He always seemed (to me) like he was a class act. RIP good sir.
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I honestly thought he’d passed away years ago. He was always someone I respected. Sad to hear he really is gone now.
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Brian wrote: Wed Oct 21, 2020 7:19 pm The Amazing Randi @ 92
James Randi, the magician who escaped from jail cells, underwater coffins and straitjackets before becoming a scientific skeptic bent on debunking those who peddle in the paranormal and supernatural, has died. He was 92.

Randi died Tuesday "due to age-related causes," according to a post on the James Randi Educational Foundation website.
I just saw this on his FB page. Fuck 2020. I know he was old and sick for a long while but damn, he was one of my favorite humans. In the past, I've donated to JREF and I really hope that charity continues.
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He was amazing. Penn Jillette was a close friend of his and would have him on his podcasts. He was so entertaining.
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Nobody ever collected his $1,000,000 paranormal proof bet.
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Dunno if it's still available on any of the major streaming platforms, but it's definitely worth watching the documentary about his life and career, An Honest Liar:

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Goddammit. He was one of the people that (through his writings, along with Sagan and Penn & Teller) helped me make the transition from pagan to skeptical atheist more than a decade ago. I had a lot of respect for him.

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Damn, I too loved The Amazing Randi. 92 is a good run though.
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The world needs skeptics now more than ever. RIP Randy, you were amazing.
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I'm afraid I'm the only one here who isn't a fan of his. But I'm not going to say anything derogatory about the man either.
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Brian wrote: Wed Oct 21, 2020 7:19 pm The Amazing Randi @ 92
James Randi, the magician who escaped from jail cells, underwater coffins and straitjackets before becoming a scientific skeptic bent on debunking those who peddle in the paranormal and supernatural, has died. He was 92.

Randi died Tuesday "due to age-related causes," according to a post on the James Randi Educational Foundation website.
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What a touching tweet. Total hero worship of a man who loved to fool people, but insisted that such tricks were never intended to be thought of an anything but tricks.
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Conchata Ferrell
Conchata Ferrell, a three-time Emmy nominee who appeared in more than 200 episodes of Two and a Half Men and was a regular on L.A. Law‘s sixth season, died Monday at Sherman Oaks Hospital of complications following a cardiac arrest. She was 77. She died peacefully surrounded by family.

Ferrell probably is best known for her role as no-nonsense housekeeper Berta on the hit CBS comedy Two and a Half Men. The role earned her a pair of Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy nominations in 2005 and 2007.
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I really liked her acting. She was one of my favorites.
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dbt1949 wrote: Fri Oct 23, 2020 8:08 pm I really liked her acting. She was one of my favorites.
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Sean Connery's death got me thinking and looking up who died this year in the world of music and Hollywood. So many celebrity deaths this year and some very big names and long time stars from back when too. All this time and now gone. RIP to one and all.
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Billy Joe Shaver
Billy Joe Shaver, whom Willie Nelson once called the greatest living Texas songwriter, died this morning [Oct 28] following a massive stroke at Ascension Providence Hospital in Waco, reports Rolling Stone. He was 81.

Shaver, who took a bad fall last month and struggled with a bout of COVID-19 over the summer, had spent much of the past few months at his home in Lorena, just south of Waco. He continued to write songs, and was beginning to write his second memoir. Even as he stayed in isolation, his songs made their way through the world.
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Jerry Jeff Walker
Country music singer Jerry Jeff Walker, the man behind "Mr. Bojangles," died Friday after a battle with throat cancer. He was 78.

"He was at home until an hour before his passing," his wife of 46 years, Susan Walker, told the Austin American-Statesman. "He went very peacefully, which we were extremely grateful for."

Born Ronald Clyde Crosby in New York in 1942, Walker cut his teeth in the folk music scene of Greenwich Village in the '60s. After spending a night in a New Orleans drunk tank in the mid-60s, Walker wrote "Mr. Bojangles," which would go on to become a hit and attract several covers by other famous artists including Bob Dylan, Harry Belafonte and Sammy Davis Jr.
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Alex Trebek

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I posted first in the other thread. Ill say RIP again and I kinda hope Jeopardy goes into only reruns. Its like Price if Right...no one can replace Bob and now no one can replace Alex. One day Ill say the same of Pat on Wheel of Fortune.
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Except that someone did replace Bob. They've stopped the daytime shows because the format is giving them problems.
Jeopardy didn't really ever require an audience but Alex had been doing it so long they had decided to close it down once he passed.
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Except that someone did replace Bob.
Not in my eyes. Drew is SO deadpan and emotionless its disgusting. Wish they'd never hired him. He is awful at it. Yet it continues with no life in it.

Lets Make a Deal has a good host but he is no Monty.

I think if a game show has a long standing host and they leave for whatever reason the show should just give up.
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I loved Louie Anderson on Family Feud, but Steve Harvey was objectively better.
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Daehawk wrote: Sun Nov 08, 2020 4:17 pm
Except that someone did replace Bob.
Lets Make a Deal has a good host but he is no Monty.
I tried watching the new version and found it almost unwatchable to the point of feeling it was rather juvenile. Sometimes old ideas should just stay old ideas and not be revived. It worked then because it was a different era.
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Howie Meeker at 97

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Jolor wrote: Sun Nov 08, 2020 7:08 pm Howie Meeker at 97

Like many Canadians, I grew up watching him on Hockey Night in Canada with only an inkling of how good a player he was.
Ditto. He had a very distinctive voice and broadcasting style that I loved. He lived a full life. RIP.
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My wife's parents are each one of nine and only three of the 30+ aunt/uncles/married aunts/uncles have passed before she met me. The youngest sibling on her mother's side died unexpectedly on 10/30, the first of those nine siblings, via heart attack. On Sunday, my mother's partner and wife of 25 years died at 68 after years of suffering from Alzheimer's.

2020. What a year.
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Patrick Quinn, co-creator of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, dies

R.I.P. Diagnosed at 30 dead at 37. Now all 3 that started the IBC are gone.
Along with Peter Frates and Anthony Senerchia, who both also died from the disease, Quinn is credited by the association with co-creating the 2014 challenge that became a viral sensation and helped support research and treatment of ALS.
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Kelric wrote: Mon Nov 09, 2020 11:19 pm My wife's parents are each one of nine and only three of the 30+ aunt/uncles/married aunts/uncles have passed before she met me. The youngest sibling on her mother's side died unexpectedly on 10/30, the first of those nine siblings, via heart attack. On Sunday, my mother's partner and wife of 25 years died at 68 after years of suffering from Alzheimer's.

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80% or 8 in 10 who have died to COVID were age 65 and older. So ya it really has taken a generation.
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