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wolf 06-29-2015 01:26 AM

I was on the phone with an insurance company today doing a precert (convincing the insurance that the rehab deserves to be paid for treating a one of their subscribers. I was listening to Yes and had it on pretty low ... but I guess that Roundabout is pretty distinctive ... anyway the care manager said, "am I hearing Yes? Why are you listening to Yes?" So I told her it was because of Chris Squire's death. She hadn't heard and got quite upset ... she was a huge fan and had even gone to England to see them, and is in one of their videos. I did apologize for being a bit brusque with the death notification.

And I got the treatment authorized. I don't know if this was related in any way to the fan-sharing.

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Spexxvet 06-29-2015 07:53 AM

Fuck

Chris Squire, Yes Bassist and Co-Founder, Dead at 67

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monster 07-02-2015 07:45 PM

Val Doonican. I'd honestly forgotten him, but he was a light entertainment icon in my childhood years. Grandparents loved him.

http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-33363938

DanaC 07-04-2015 04:47 AM

omg I kind of assumed he'd died years ago...

Gravdigr 07-10-2015 11:53 AM

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Omar Sharif died earlier today in Cairo, of a heart attack.

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footfootfoot 07-10-2015 02:16 PM

He was the original most interesting man in the world.

Griff 07-11-2015 08:56 AM

Best looking man in film history?

Gravdigr 07-11-2015 04:56 PM

'Aggravatingly handsome', is the term I use.

DanaC 07-12-2015 03:48 AM

RIP Roger Rees

http://www.theguardian.com/stage/201...west-wing-dies

One of the greats.

Gravdigr 07-12-2015 12:25 PM

I hated his character (Robin Colcord, sp?) on 'Cheers'. Decent enough actor, just didn't like the character. I guess that's a compliment, now that I think about it, because the character was supposed to be unlikeable.



Also:

Quote:

...survived by his husband, Rick...
Called it. Years ago.

DanaC 07-12-2015 12:36 PM

I'd love to have seen him on stage. By all accounts he was mesmerising.

He was great as Sherlock's actor friend in Elementary. He was only in two episodes - only a couple of scenes altogether, but I loved his character.

Clodfobble 07-12-2015 01:30 PM

Lord Marbury was our favorite character on The West Wing. So bitingly dismissive.

wolf 07-14-2015 11:19 PM

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Originally Posted by DanaC (Post 933399)

Really long time ago ... I think he starred in a production of Nicholas Nickleby that I really liked.

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BigV 07-15-2015 12:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Gravdigr (Post 933211)

I met him once. We were both flying first class to Paris, and we were enveloped in his cloud of celebrity in those close quarters. After we got off the plane, he generously allowed us to take a picture with him. He was very gracious, and as I remember, quite short.

Gravdigr 07-15-2015 01:14 PM

That's pretty cool.

My only brush with fame was when I met Dennis Weaver in the Nashville airport when I was ten. (ETA: He was about thirteen feet tall.)

A buddy of mine does own Roy Orbison's old refrigerator.

Oh, and Momdigr and I once ate supper across the aisle from Ronnie McDowell at an Applebee's.


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