Dead Celebrity


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#1093

I just dl his “Baby Come to Me”.
I loved that duet.
Why is it that I always dl
singer’s songs
after they die?
I’m thinking of Michael Jackson,
I bought every album I didn’t already have.
He’s the only song writer who never
swore, cursed cops or glorified guns.
(No making fun of me for my MJ love!)


#1094

RIP Dick Miller.

May you steal the all the scenes in the hereafter.


#1095

I was just coming to post that… Sad news.


#1096

I should add two of his non bit part roles are available on youtube
War Of The Sattelites

And
A Bucket Of Blood

If you have to pick one go with A Bucket Of Blood.


#1097

A sad, sad loss. A brilliant, caring comedian who couldn’t sing for shit.


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#1100

Like 'em or loathe 'em, she wrote a lot of them and a hell of a lot of people read them.


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My former Congressman has passed away. :frowning:


#1104

When they were talking about him this morning, they noted that a Dingell has held that seat in congress since 1933 (his widow holds it now, I think).


#1105

Yup, Debbie Dingle has been our Congresswoman for a few years now. She votes as John did, which is fairly progressive.


#1106

His record was impressive, from what they recounted. He had a long career too.


#1107


I think I’ll watch Big Fish again this weekend.


#1108

A bit obscure is “Charlie Bubbles”; worth watching. Very much in the vein of other off-beat, quasi-surreal, slyly cynical films of the late-60s. Clever and funny dialogue, but I can recall (and very badly, at that) one quote:

Annoying snooping reporter: “How old are you?”
Bubbles’ son (deadpan): “34 years old.”


#1109

The Dresser, 1983

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