Discussion in 'Community' started by DarthTunick
, Jan 7, 2020.
As it was last year: no game, no lists, etc... just death talk.
What a season, what a season. Here's to another productive year for everyone's favorite lumberjack.
I hope someone famous called Lorraine dies this year
I can see clearly now Lorraine has gone
That's horrible, @Darth Punk, and you're a horrible person for writing that, and I hope you feel horrible and die a horrible death.
Harold Bloom was one of the standouts for me in 2019. I've enjoyed reading his work for the last 30 years. No one wrote as entertainingly about Shakespeare as he did, even if it wasn't always completely convincing. Also he gets credit for best renaming of the parts of the Christian Bible: "The Original Testament and the Belated Testament."
in memoriam 2019
- condensing my thoughts
Bob Einstein, 76
Super Dave Osborne and Larry David Pal
- gonna miss him especially when the new season of Curb starts this month
Katherine Helmond, 89
Star of "Soap" and "Who's the Boss?"
- she WAS the boss!
Luke Perry, 52
"Beverly Hills, 90210" Heartthrob
- too young, man...
Peter Mayhew, 74
Played Chewbacca in Star Wars
- even though he's gone, his spirit feels alive in Joonas Suotamo
Rip Torn, 88
Versatile (and Trouble‑Prone) Actor
- loved this guy
Ross Perot, 89
Billionaire Who Ran for President
- forgot or didn't realize he passed in 2019
Rip Taylor, 88
- rip all the rips in 2019
Robert Forster, 78
Oscar Nominee for 'Jackie Brown'
- this one sticks out the most as it's one of the more recent, and he was the BrBa's El Camino movie, alive and well, and it was announced a few days later its Netflix release that he passed.
RIP to both Rips
Buck Henry, screenwriter, producer, all around great. 89 years old.
He was awesome, Get Smart is one of my favorite series.
Same here on Get Smart.
Sorry about that, Chief.
SF author Mike Resnick. Author John Scalzi posted the news on his blog. Note - language warning for the comments just in case as some words we don't allow here might show up there.
pete dye, designer of some of the world's greatest golf courses. 94 y/o
obligatory he dye-d.
Actor Edd Brynes
Rush drummer, Neil Peart. 67.
Rest in peace Mr. Peart.
First band I saw in concert. He was the best.
Rush loomed big over my early 1980s. Would have loved to rent Peart's mind.
saw them live at red rocks... he was amazing.
Gene Wolfe. That was a tough blow.
In terms of drummers. There was Neil Peart and then everyone else