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Sure it does, and he will be remembered unlike most of us.


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83-84 years old, long time for a male really, he had a good run it seems.
He played the A-hole a lot didn't he.
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Dennehy had a certain 'presence' in his roles. As a child, I remember watching Gorky Park. I have little recollection of any aspect of that movie at all now, but the one thing I remember was him, in his role in that movie.

While he never achieved true international fame and fortune in the Hollywood scene, he seemed like a 'down to Earth' guy in real life.

RIP Mr. Dennehy.
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Dead, and gone, but will be remembered.

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We may question his 'flamboyant' lifestyle, but there's no doubt he was an integral part of early Rock & Roll! RIP Mr. Penniman.
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He was gay?

I´m in shock.

He was one of those gay men who keep on denying it even though its obvious..

"why do you assume I´m gay?"

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He knew everyone knew he was gay, but it didn't matter with a lot of people who loved his music.
He was a great piano player, there is no question in that.
In a time of out right racism by the Democrats KKK, and everyone's dislike of Gays he endured, and overcame all that. Kudos to him.
He was a lot better player than most, and in my opinion much better than Jerry Lee Lewis.
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Geno Silva 1948 - 2020.

The guy in sunglasses who shoots Tony in the back with a shotgun in Scarface.

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Ken Osmond, Eddie Haskell on "Leave It to Beaver," has died at 76

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/ken-osmond ... ll-age-76/
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Oscar-winning film composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91

He was credited with so much, like that famous music from 'The good, the bad, and the ugly', that changed the western genre forever. This is perhaps my favourite of the lot, and I still think he should have gotten the academy award for this one. The movie itself is so underrated because it impacted everyone I know who has seen it. The Mission.
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I thought he was dead already.
He was a great composer though, loved so many of his works.
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“A man’s rights rest in three boxes. The ballot-box, the jury-box, and the cartridge-box.”....Frederick Douglas
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I was just going to post on him dying, you beat me to it.

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104 years old, she left her mark in films.

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Oh :(
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, U.S. Supreme Court justice and women's rights champion, dead at 87
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She hated the ground Trump walked on, yet he had only kind words for her. Interesting.
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beanthere wrote: September 19th, 2020, 12:05 pm Ruth Bader Ginsburg, U.S. Supreme Court justice and women's rights champion, dead at 87
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-Donald Trump

She hated the ground Trump walked on, yet he had only kind words for her. Interesting.
Hopefully someone cut off the head and burned the remains.
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I thought she was dead five years ago from staying a weekend at Barneys.
Funny thing is they tried to hide her, and keep her alive till another Dem got in.
now I wonder who Trump will put in her place, maybe Ted Cruz if he will take it, or that black guy he was looking at. :think:
i doubt Cruz would accept it, but that may be a good place for him.
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