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  1. Wait till you reach my age. The word, "sucks", doesn't even begin to describe it.
  2. I wonder if anyone ever uses low or medium fructose corn syrup?
  3. He was the King of that white cracker organization known as the mafia.
  4. I keep these in my house at all times. Never without my whole grain saltines.
  5. 32.2 miles @16.1 avg. 2,304 miles for the year.
  6. I heard a few days ago that Kirk Douglas is still alive. 102 years old.
  7. https://fiftiesweb.com/dead/dead-people-2019/ CELEBRITY DEATHS 2019 The Fiftiesweb is grateful to Paula Valenzuela for her very gracious help with compiling Celebrity Deaths 2019! JANUARY Daryl Dragon Carol Channing Kaye Ballard 02 – Daryl Dragon, Singer/songwriter – known as The Captain in musical duo “The Captain and Tennille” hit songs “Love Will Keep Us Together”, “Muskrat Love” – age 76 (renal failure) 02 – Bob Einstein, Actor/comedy writer – created stuntman character Super Dave Osborne – age 76 (leukemia) 02 – Gene Okerlund, Wrestling announcer – known as “mean Gene” inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame (2006) – age 76 (complications from a fall) 06 – William Sheppard, Actor(UK) – warden of the Klingon gulag in “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country” (1991) – age 86 10 – Larry Cunningham, Singer – part of the R&B group The Floaters (1976-’85), biggest hit “Float On” – age 67 11 – Verna Bloom, Actress – played Sarah Belding in “High Plains Drifter” (1973) – age 80 (dementia) 13 – Bonnie Guitar, C&W Singer – biggest hit “Dark Moon” (1957) which was a C&W/pop crossover song – age 95 15 – Carol Channing, Actress/singer/comedian – “Hello Dolly” (1964 & 1995) won (4) Tony Awards, (1) Golden Globe and (1) Grammy – age 97 *(editors note: I saw Ms Channing in Hello Dolly in ’64 and ’95 and met her in ’95. She was a great actress and a wonderful person, she will be missed) 17 – Windsor Davies, Actor(WAL) – played Battery Sergeant Major Williams in BBC TV show “It Ain’t Half Hot Mum” (1974-’81) – age 88 21 – Kaye Ballard, Actress/comedian – played Kaye Buell in “The Mothers-in-Law” (1967-’69) and was a regular on “Match Game” (1962) – age 93 21 – Maxine Brown, C&W Singer – with the country trio The Browns, biggest hit; “The Three Bells” (1959) – age 87 (heart and kidney disease) 21 – Michel Legrand, Musical composer (FR) – two Academy Awards, “The Windmills of Your Mind” (1968) and the score to “Summer of ’42” – (1971) – age 86 21 – Olga Loizon, Restaurateur – started “Olga’s Kitchen” chain in metro Detroit – age 92 25 – Steve Bell, Journalist – was the news anchor for ABC’s morning show Good Morning America (1975-’86) – age 83 29 – James Ingram, Singer/songwriter – two-time Grammy Award-winner, top hits; “Baby, Come to Me” (1982), “I Don’t Have the Heart” (1983) – age 66 (brain cancer) 30 – Dick Miller, Actor – character actor in “Gremlins” (1984), “Gremlins 2: The New Batch” (1990) – age 90 31 – Candice Earley, Actress – played Donna Tyler Beck on TV soap opera “All My Children” (1978-2005)- age 68 (Multiple system atrophy) FEBRUARY Julie Adams Peter Tork Kathrine Helmond Jan-Michael Vincent 01 – Clive Swift, Actor (UK) – played Richard Bucket on the BBC soap opera “Keeping Up Appearances” (1990-’95) – age 82 03 – Julie Adams, Actress – starred in “Creature from the Black Lagoon” (1954), Eve Simpson on “Murder, She Wrote” (1984-’96) – age 92 03 – Kristoff St. John, Actor – played Neil Winters on TV soap opera “The Young and the Restless” (1991-2019) – age 52 (suicide) 07 – John Dingell, Politician – United States House of Representatives from Michigan (1955-2015) longest sitting Congressman – age 92 07 – Frank Robinson, MLB Baseball player – Baseball Hall of Fame, 14-time All-Star, 586 career home runs, first ever black MLB manager – age 83 (bone cancer) 08 – Albert Finney, Actor(UK) – “Tom Jones” (1963), “Big Fish” (2003), “The Bourne Ultimatum” (2007) – age 82 09 – Carmen Argenziano, Actor – played Jacob Carter on TV sci-fi “Stargate SG-1” – age 75 10 – Jan-Michael Vincent, Actor – played Stringfellow Hawke on the TV show “Airwolf” (1984–86) – age 73 (cardiac arrest) 19 – Karl Lagerfeld, Fashion designer – he headed the fashion houses of Chanel, Fendi and Lagerfeld – age 85 20 – Vinny Vella, Actor – played Artie Piscano in movie “Casino” (1995) and HBO TV show “The Sopranos” (1999-’07) – age 72 (liver cancer) 21 – Beverley Owen, Actress – played Marilyn Munster on TV show “The Munsters” – age 81 21 – Peter Tork, Musician/actor – he was keyboardist and bass guitarist for pop group and TV show “The Monkees” – age 77 (adenoid cystic carcinoma) 22 – Clark James Gable, Reality TV host – grandson of Clark Gable and host of reality show “Cheaters” – age 30 22 – Brody Stevens, Comedian/actor – Comedy Central TV reality show “Brody Stevens: Enjoy It!” – age 48 (suicide) 22 – Morgan Woodward, Actor – played Marvin “Punk” Anderson in TV show “Dallas” also, the Walking Boss, in movie “Cool Hand Luke” (1967) – age 93 23 – Katherine Helmond, Actress – played Jessica Tate on TV show “Soap” (1977-’81) and Mona Robinson on “Who’s the Boss?” (1984-’92) – age 89 (Alzheimer’s) 25 – Mark Hollis, Singer/songwriter (UK) – founder of the pop group Talk Talk, top songs “It’s My Life” and “Life’s What You Make It” – age 64 25 – Lisa Sheridan, Actress – appeared in TV shows “Halt and Catch Fire” and “Journeyman” (2005) – age 44 (complications of chronic alcoholism) 27 – Nathaniel Taylor, Actor – played Rollo Lawson in TV show “Sanford and Son” (1972-’77) – age 80 (heart attack) 28 – André Previn, Conductor/composer – scored music for over 50 Hollywood films, four Academy Awards and 10 Grammy awards – age 89 MARCH Luke Perry 04 – Keith Flint, Musician/singer/dancer (UK) – frontman for dance/music group “Prodigy”, hit songs “Firestarter” and “Breathe” (1996) – age 49 (suicide) 04 – Roberta Haynes, Actor – prominent roles in “The Fighter” (1952), “Return to Paradise” (1953) and many others – age 91 04 – Luke Perry, Actor – played Dylan McKay on the TV series “Beverly Hills, 90210” (1990-2000) and Fred Andrews on the CW series “Riverdale” – age 52 (stroke) 08 – Marshall Brodien, Actor/magician – played Wizzo the Wizard on WGN TV show “The Bozo Show” (1968-’94) – age 84 (Alzheimer’s) 09 – Jed Allan, Actor – played Rush Sanders on TV show “Beverly Hills, 90210” (1990-2000) and C.C. Capwell on “Santa Barbara” (1984-’93) – age 84 10 – Freeda Foreman, Professional boxer – daughter of former heavyweight champ George Foreman – age 42 (suicide) 11 – Hal Blaine, Drummer – drummer in Phil Spector’s house band “The Wrecking Crew” played on #1 hits; “Be My Baby” (1963), “Good Vibrations” (1966) – age 90 11 – Julia Ruth Stevens, Babe Ruth’s adopted step daughter – age 102 16 – Dick Dale, Musician/guitarist – known as “The King of the Surf Guitar”, “Secret Surfin’ Spot” from the 1963 movie, Beach Party – age 81 16 – Richard Erdman, Actor – character actor in over one hundred films, played chief Hoffy in “Stalag 17” (1953) – age 93 22 – Scott Walker, Singer/songwriter (UK) – frontman for The Walker Brothers, top song “Make It Easy on Yourself” (1965) – age 76 24 – Nancy Gates, Actress – contract actress for RKO Studios, “Comanche Station” (1959), “Some Came Running” and “Suddenly” – age 93 28 – Bill Isles, Musician – original member of “The O’Jays” (1958-present), “Back Stabbers” (1972) – age 78 (cancer) 29 – Agnes Varda, Film director (FR) – oldest ever Oscar nominee (2017) and won an Honorary Oscar – age 90 30 – Tania Mallet, Actress (UK) – played Tilly Masterson in James Bond movie “Goldfinger” (1964) – age 77 31 – Nipsey Hussle, Rap singer/songwriter – nominated for Best Rap Album in 2019 for Victory Lap – age 33 (murdered) APRIL Georgia Engel Fay McKenzie 02 – Kim English, Singer – had many hits on the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play charts including “Unspeakable Joy” and “Missing You” – age 48 (kidney failure) 03 – Dennis Day, (day the body was found) Child actor – an original member of Disney’s “The Mickey Mouse Club” – age 76 04 – Roberta Haynes, Actress – prominent roles in “The Fighter” (1952), “Return to Paradise” (1953) – age 91 06 – Jim Glaser, C&W Singer – #1 hit, “You’re Gettin’ to Me Again” (1984) – age 81 (heart attack) 07 – Seymour Cassel, Actor – nominated for an Academy Award for “Faces” (1968), appeared in many John Cassavetes and Wes Anderson films – age 84 (Alzheimer’s disease) 09 – Charles Van Doren, Game show contestant – he was the biggest winner in the 1950s game show scandal winning $129,000 on the quiz show “Twenty-One” – age 93 10 – Earl Thomas Conley, C&W Singer/songwriter – had eighteen #1 hits on country charts, including “Holding Her and Loving You” – age 77 (cerebral atrophy) 15 – Georgia Engel, Actress – played Georgette Baxter on the “Mary Tyler Moore Show” (1972-’77), nominated for five Emmy Awards – age 70 15 – Joe Terry (Joe Terranova), Singer – original member of Danny & the Juniors, “At The Hop” (1957) – age 78 16 – Fay McKenzie, Actress/singer – appeared in five singing cowboy films with Gene Autry, acted from 10 months old to 100 – age 101 (in her sleep) 17 – Chet Coppock, Sportscaster/sports author – inducted into the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame for his many years of sport coverage (2003) – age 70 (car accident) 21 – Ken Kercheval, Actor – played Cliff Barnes on TV show “Dallas” (1978-’91) – age 83 (pneumonia) 22 – Dave Samuels, Musician – vibraphonist for the jazz group Spyro Gyra – age 70 (long term illness) 25 – John Havlicek, NBA Basketball player – played 16 seasons for Boston Celtics, won eight NBA championships – age 79 (Parkinson’s disease) 25 – Larry “Flash” Jenkins,, Actor/director/producer – appeared in many films like “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” (1986), “Fletch” (1985), “The Presidio” – age 63 (heart attack) 28 – Troy Shafer, TV host/contractor – starred in DIY Network’s “Nashville Flipped” – age 38 (unknown) 29 – John Singleton, Director/screenwrite/producer – directed “Boyz n the Hood” and nominated for an Academy Award for his directing – age 51 (stroke) 30 – Boon Gould, Musician (UK) – founding member of rock group Level 42, biggest hit “Something About You” – age 64 30 – Peter Mayhew, Actor (UK) – played Chewbacca in five “Star Wars” movies and in many appearances for children causes – age 74 (heart attack) MAY Peggy Lipton Doris Day Tim Conway 02 – John Starling, Musician – an International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy Winner (1991) founder of the bluegrass group The Seldom Scene – age 79 (congestive heart failure) 04 – JR Cobb, Musician/songwriter – founding member of Atlanta Rhythm Section (1972-’87), wrote hit songs “Spooky” and “Stormy” – age 75 (heart attack) 05 – Barbara Perry, Actress/singer/dancer – played Pickles (Buddy Sorrell’s wife) on “The Dick Van Dyke Show” (1961-’66) – age 97 08 – Jim Fowler, TV host/zoologist – co-host and host of “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom” (1985-’88) – age 89 (complications of heart disease) 09 – Freddie Starr, Comedian,singer/actor (UK) – lead singer in the group “Midniters” (1960’s) and had several self titled TV shows in the 1990’s – age 76 11 – Peggy Lipton, Actress/model/singer – played Julie Barnes in TV show “The Mod Squad” (1968-’73) also Norma Jennings in “Twin Peaks” (1990-’91) – age 72 (colon cancer) 11 – Pua Magasiva, Actor (NZ) – played Shane Clarke, the Red Ranger from “Power Rangers Ninja Storm” – age 38 (unknown) 13 – Doris Day, Actress/singer – as a singer she recorded over 650 popular songs (1947-’67), signature song “Que Sera Sera”, as an actress in movies “Calamity Jane” (1953), “Pillow Talk” (1959), “Move Over Darling” (1963), as an actress on TV “The Doris Day Show” (1968-73) – age 97 14 – Tim Conway, Comedian – one of the comedy troupe on the TV show “The Carol Burnett Show” (1967-’78) also played Ensign Parker on TV show “McHale’s Navy” (1962-’66) – age 85 (dementia) 15 – Chuck Barksdale, Singer – founding member of doo-wop group “The Dells” performed over 50 years, hit song “Oh, What a Nite” – age 84 15 – Bobby Diamond, Child actor/attorney – played Joey Clark Newton in TV show “Fury” (1955-’60) – age 75 16 – Ashley Massaro, WWE wrestler/TV host/model – WWE star and contestant on Survivor: China (2007) – age 39 (suicide by hanging) 17 – Herman Wouk, Author – Pulitzer Prize winner for “The Caine Mutiny” also wrote “The Winds of War” and “War and Remembrance” – age 103 18 – Melvin Edmonds, R&B Singer – member of the group “After 7”, top hits: “Can’t Stop,” “Ready or Not” – age 65 23 – Bill Yoast, Highschool football coach – assistant coach of the Virginia H.S.team that inspired the movie “Remember the Titans” – age 94 26 – Bart Starr, NFL Football player – quarterback for the Green Bay Packers (1956-’71) won three consecutive league championships and two Super Bowls – age 85 28 – Carmine Caridi, Actor – played Carmine Rosato in “The Godfather Part II” (1974); expelled from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for alleged bootlegging of movies – age 85 28 – Willie Ford, Bass singer – co founder of The Dramatics, biggest hits; “In The Rain” and “Toast to the Fool” – age 68 (heart disease) 29 – Peggy Stewart, Actress – appeared in mostly western movies including Red Ryder, Gene Autry and The Cisco Kid films – age 95 30 – Leon Redbone, Singer-songwriter/actor – sang the theme to TV show “Mr. Belvedere”, released sixteen albums – age 69 JUNE Gloria Vanderbilt Sean Rich Max Wright 03 – Paul Darrow , Actor (UK) – played Kerr Avon in BBC TV series “Blake’s 7” (1978-’81) – age 78 (aortic aneurysm) 05 – Robert Earle, Game show host – hosted TV game show “G.E. College Bowl” (1962-’70) – age 93 06 – Dr.John, Singer/songwriter – New Orleans native, 6 Grammy Awards, biggest hit “Right Place, Wrong Time” (1973), Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (2011) – age 77 (heart attack) 09 – Bushwick Bill, Singer/producer (JA) – member of the group Geto Boys, platinum album “We Can’t Be Stopped” – age 52 (pancreatic cancer) 09 – Jim Pike, Singer – co-founder and lead singer of The Lettermen; “Goin’ Out of My Head/Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You” (1968), “When I Fall in Love” (1962) – age 82 (Parkinson’s Disease) 10 – Chuck Glaser, C&W Singer/songwriter – member of the trio “The Glaser Brothers” charted nine singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles charts – age 83 12 – Sylvia Miles, – Actress – twice nominated for the Academy Awards for “Midnight Cowboy” (1969) and “Farewell, My Lovely” (1975) – age 94 13 – Sean Mccann, Actor (CAN) – played Jim Baxter on the TV sitcom “The Baxters” (1979-’81) – age 83 17 – Gloria Vanderbilt, Socialite.fashion designer – designed fashions, perfumes, and household goods but known for a line of stretch blue jeans – age 95 (stomach cancer) 21 – Susan Bernard, Actress/author/model – starred in “Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!” (1965), was a Playboy centerfold (1966) – age 71 (heart attack) 21 – Elliot Roberts, Music manager – managed the careers of Neil Young and Joni Mitchell – age 76 22 – Judith Krantz, Romance novelist – wrote best sellers “Scruples”, “Princess Daisy”, and “Till We Meet Again” – age 91 23 – Stephanie Niznik, Actress – played Nina Feeney on TV show “Everwood” (2002-’06) – age 52 (not yet given) 24 – Billy Drago, Actor – played Frank Nitti in movie “The Untouchables” (1987) and the demon Barbas in TV shoe “Charmed” – age 75 (complications of a stroke) 24 – Sean Rich, Fisherman/outdoorsman/beloved Son – jack of all trades, he contributed to the lives of everyone he met – age 38 (auto accident) 26 – Beth Chapman, Actress – wife and costar to Duane “Dog” Chapman on TV show “Dog the Bounty Hunter” (2004-’12) – age 51 (throat cancer) 26 – Douglas Fielding, Actor (UK) – played Sergeant Alec Quilley on TV show “Z-Cars” (1969–’78) – age 73 26 – Max Wright, Actor – played Willie Tanner on TV sitcom “Alf” (1986-’90) – age 75 (lymphoma) 28 – Charles Levin, Actor – played Elliot Novak on the TV show “Alice” and Eddie Gregg on “Hill Street Blues” (1982-’86) – age 70 (went missing from home, found a week later in the woods) JULY Artie Johnson Ross Perot Rip Torn Rutger Hauer 02 – Lee Iacocca, Automobile executive/author/philanthropist – he had various jobs up to President of Ford Motor Company (1946-’78) and CEO of Chrysler Corporation (1979-’93) – age 94 03 – Arte Johnson, Comedic actor – regular on TV comedy “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” – age 90 (bladder and prostate cancer) 06 – Cameron Boyce, Actor – had roles in Mirrors, Eagle Eye, Grown Ups, and Grown Ups 2 – age 20 (a seizure) 09 – Ross Perot, Businessman,philanthropist/politician – started two highly successful tech companies (EDS 1962-’84) ran for U.S. President in 1992 and 1996 – age 89 (leukemia) 09 – Rip Torn, Actor – played Artie the producer on “The Larry Sanders Show” (1992-’98), Zed in the movie “Men in Black” (1997) – age 88 12 – Dick Richards. Drummer – Hall of Fame inductee, was a member of “Bill Haley & His Comets” – age 95 14 – Pernell Whitaker, Professional boxer – holds the longest unified lightweight championship reign in boxing history – age 55 (struck while walking across the street) 16 – Barry Coe, Actor – played Paul Templin in TV series “Follow the Sun” (1961-’62) also appeared as “Mr Goodwrench”in TV commercials in the ’70s and ’80s – age 84 (myelodysplastic syndrome) 16 – John Paul Stevens, Lawyer/jurist – associate justice of the United States Supreme Court (1975-’10) – age 99 18 – David Hedison, Actor – played Captain Lee Crane on TV show “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea” (1964-’68) – age 92 19 – Rutger Hauer, Actor (NL) – starred in movies “Nighthawks” (1981) and “Blade Runner” (1982) – age 75 22 – Art Neville, Singer/songwriter – founded the Meters and later The Neville Brothers – age 81 AUGUST Peter Fonda Valerie Harper 01 – Ian Gibbons, Musician/keyboardist (UK) – played with “The Kinks” (1979-’89)(1993-’96) – age 67 (bladder cancer) 03 – Clifford Branch, Pro Football Player – played with the Oakland/LA Raiders (1972-’86), won (3) National Titles (1976,’80,’84) – age 71 05 – Toni Morrison, Novelist/editor/professor – won the Pulitzer Prize for novel “Beloved” (1987) also a Nobel Prize in Literature (1993) – age 88 11 – Barbara March, Actress (CA) – played Star Trek character Lursa, one of the Duras sisters – age 65 (cancer) 13 – Kip Addotta, Comedian – many appearances on The Tonight Show as well as The Mike Douglas Show, Dinah! and American Bandstand – age 75 16 – Peter Fonda, Actor – wrote and produced the counterculture movie “Easy Rider” (1969) nominated for two Academy Awards – age 79 (lung cancer) 19 – Larry Taylor, Bass guitarist – played bass for the Canned Heat rock/blues band, biggest hit “Going Up the Country” – age 77 (cancer) 26 – Isabel Toledo, Fashion designer – most designs under her own name including designing for Michelle Obama, later became creative director of Anne Klein – age 59 (breast cancer) 27 – Jessi Combs, Experimental car driver/ TV host – she set the land speed record for women at 477.59 mph and was attempting to break that record in a jet car when she crashed and died – age 36 30 – Valerie Harper, Actress – played Rhoda Morgenstern on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” (1970–’77), also on the spin off “Rhoda” (1974–’78) won four Emmy’s – age 80 (leptomeningeal carcinomatosis – brain cancer) SEPTEMBER Carol Lynley Eddie Money Cokie Roberts 03 – Carol Lynley, Actress – nominated for Golden Globe’s for “The Light in the Forest”(1958) and “Blue Denim” (1959), was the go to actress in sitcoms n the 60’s and 70’s – age 77 (heart attack) 08 – John Wesley, Actor – played Mr. Jim on the TV series “Martin” also Sweets Walker on the TV series “Dirty Dancing” (1988-’89) – age 72 (multiple myeloma) 13 – Eddie Money, Singer/songwriter – had numerous hits in the 70’s and 80’s; “Two Tickets to Paradise” (1977), “Take Me Home Tonight” (1986) – age 70 (esophageal cancer) 13 – Brian Turk, Actor – played Tiny in “Beverly Hills, 90210” (1995) and Gabriel on “Carnivàle” (2003-’05) – age 49 (cancer) 15 – Phyllis Newman, Actress/singer – won a Tony Award and was a frequent panelist on the top-rated network game shows, played Doris Hudson on “Diagnosis: Unknown” (1960) – age 86 (complications of a lung disorder) 15 – Ric Ocasek, Singer/songwriter – founding member of rock band The Cars (1976-’88) “Drive”, “Shake it up” – age 75 (atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease) 17 – Cokie Roberts, Journalist/author – senior news analyst and commentator for ABC News (1988-present) and NPR (1981-’88) – age 75 (breast cancer) 17 – Suzanne Whang, Television host/comedian – hosted HGTV’s “House Hunters” (1999-’07) and played Polly Chae on “Las Vegas” (2003-’08) – age 56 (cancer) 20 – Jan Merlin, Actor/screenwriter – played Cadet Roger Manning in TV series “Tom Corbett, Space Cadet” (1950-’53) also Lieutenant Colin Kirby in “Rough Riders” (1959) – age 94 21 – Jack Donner, Actor – recurring role on General Hospital as Nikolas and Spencer Cassadine’s butler Alfred – age 90 21 – Aron Eisenberg, Actor – played the Ferengi, “Nog” on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” (1993-’99) – age 50 (kidney failure?) 21 – Sid Haig, Actor – played Captain Spaulding in “House of 1000 Corpses”, “The Devil’s Rejects” and “3 from Hell” – age 80 (lung infection) 24 – Jimmy Nelson, – Ventriloquist – was co-host of “Texaco Star Theater” with Milton Berle (1950) and did Nestle’s Quick TV commercials (1955-’65) – age 90 (stroke) 27 – Rob Garrison, Actor – played Tommy in “The Karate Kid” – age 59 (kidney and liver issues) 27 – Jimmy Spicer, Hip hop artist – best know for old school rap song “Dollar Bill Y’all” – age 61 (brain and lung cancer) 30 – Jessye Norman, Opera Singer – as a dramatic soprano she received 5 Grammy’s including the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and the National Medal of Arts – age 74 OCTOBER Diahann Carroll 02 – Barrie Masters, Musician(UK) – founder of Eddie and the Hot Rods biggest hit “Do Anything You Wanna Do” – age 63 03 – Lewis Dauber, Actor – played Frank on soap opera “Days of our Lives” (1993) and Harry in “AfterMASH” (1985-’85) – age 70 (liver cancer) 04 – Diahann Carroll, Actress/singer – won a Golden Globe Award for TV series “Julia” (1968-’71) and an Academy Award for movie “Claudine” (1974) – age 84 (cancer) 06 – Ginger Baker, Musician-drummer (UK) – co-founder of rock group Cream, “Crossroads”, “White Room”, “Sunshine of Your Love”; sold over 15 million records – age 80 (heart issues) 06 – Larry Junstrom, Musician/bassist – founding member of Lynyrd Skynyrd (1964-’71) and .38 Special (1976-’14) – age 70 06 – Karen Pendleton, Child actress – an original Mickey Mouse Club Mouseketeer (1955-’59) she stayed with the show for it’s entire original run – age 73 (heart attack) 06 – Rip Taylor, Comedian/actor – known for his flamboyance and throwing confetti himself, he had twenty appearances on Ed Sullivan Show as “the crying comedian” – age 88 (complications from a seizure) 08 – Molly Duncan, Musician/saxophonist(SCT) – founding member of The Average White Band (1974-’80) and The 360 Band (1995-present) – age 74 (cancer)
  8. I need more than 10-15 minutes. My ass is not as grabbable as yours.
  9. According to Jsharr, he is commonly referred to as "Sugar Britches". Please try to keep up.
  10. 30,000 likes. That's a lot of sucking up. You people are suckers.
  11. From exercise of some sort? Just a day when you do almost nothing physical, on purpose? I used to. But lately in my attempt to slay the 180 dragon, I work out every day. Walking, cycling, cutting grass (push mower and lots of grass), light weights, etc. I think taking a day off, say once a week, is probably good for you. At least, that is what I am trying to convince myself of.
  12. It's better than pilots asking people for information in airports.
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