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shemp wrote: Tue Nov 10, 2020 10:17 pm Tom Heinsohn, 86. Spent six decades with the Boston Celtics as a player, coach and broadcaster. Tommy's now wearing the green forever.

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Still alive, Mr. Burton!

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There are some arguments about whether Diego Maradona will be be buried or cremated.

What we do know is that, if cremated, Maradona's ashes will have a Street value of $870 million
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David Prowse, 85

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RIP Darth.
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Raise a glass of wine.

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Ben Bova

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Ben was dry hard sf. Worthy reads of those I read. Mars, Mercury come to mind.
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That sucks. I miss the days when as a kid I'd go to the public library to read the pulp sf mags. He was pretty much the last of the great classic sf writers.
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Rafer Johnson, 86.
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Valéry Giscard d'Estaing
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David "Squiggy" Lander, 73, multiple sclerosis.

https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/david- ... 234847158/
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That sucks. It also reminds me that I'm old.
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:oldman:
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He had suffered from it for sad decades.

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Chuck Yeager
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Aw no.
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Fuck.
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Double fuck.

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RIP Chuck. A real hero.
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Indeed brother, a life well lived. And yes I will have that whisky.
... The stars were suns, but so far away they were just little points of light ... The scale of the universe suddenly opened up to me. It was a kind of religious experience. There was a magnificence to it, a grandeur, a scale which has never left me. Never ever left me.
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A life well lived. Good way of putting it.

I would have loved to have flown with him. How cool would that have been?

Guess he's with Glennis. Godspeed Chuck Yeager
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From the "Right Stuff"
Sir, is that a man?
You dammed right it is!
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Fid wrote: Tue Dec 08, 2020 7:43 pm Indeed brother, a life well lived. And yes I will have that whisky.

Be sure to buy the bartender a drink.

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We bandy the word "hero" around a lot. A person doing their job is a "hero". A person faced with the slightest appearance of adversity is a "hero". Chuck Yeager was an authentic hero, no quotes around the word.
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I knew the badass story about Yeager breaking the sound barrier with two broken ribs.

But only today did I learn he was shot down in WWII. While in hiding, he apparently taught the French resistance new ways to make bombs before escaping to Spain.

The article I read also said that due to his time as an evader, he received his choice of assignments back in the States after the war and that’s what led to him being a test pilot.
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Rogelio "Roger" Moret, 71. Pitched for the Boston Red Sox 1970-1975, Atlanta Braves 1976, Texas Rangers 1977-1978. SABR bio

He had two good seasons for the Sox, 1973 and 1975, going a combined 27-5, but the rest of his career was mediocre at best. He once pitched a one-hitter, with Dick Allen, who coincidentally died the same day, getting the only hit.

Unfortunately, he is perhaps best remembered for this incident (quoted from Wikipedia) with the Rangers in 1978:
However, the real story for Moret in 1978 was his hospitalization at a psychiatric facility after his bizarre behavior on April 12 at the Rangers’ Arlington Stadium. After some odd pregame behavior, Moret went into what was described as a catatonic state in front of his locker that reportedly lasted 90 minutes. His teammates first kidded with him but as time went on the gravity of his condition brought in the team’s medical staff. Attempts to awaken him failed. The Rangers staff sedated him and dispatched him to the Arlington Neuropsychiatric Center. By April 25 Moret’s condition had improved and he was scheduled for release within a week.
But I will remember him for those two great seasons, and his postseason performance in 1975, especially World Series Game 6, in which he relieved Luis Tiant in the eighth inning. He set down all three batters he faced to keep the Sox in the game. Then in the bottom of the inning, Bernie Carbo pinch hit for him and hit the famous 3-run homer that tied the game and set up the Sox to win in the 12th on Carlton Fisk's game-winning homer.

After the Series, Roger was traded to Atlanta and his career was never the same. He pitched several years in Mexico and Puerto Rico before he retired. Roger Moret died Monday in his hometown of Guayama, Puerto Rico, from cancer, at age 71. He will forever be a Red Sox. Rest in peace Roger.
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Another major league ballplayer, Phil Linz, 81. Mediocre player but well known for the famous Harmonica Incident that led to the downfall of the New York Yankees in 1965:
The Harmonica Incident took place on a New York Yankees team bus on August 20, 1964, en route to O'Hare International Airport. Infielder Phil Linz, slightly resentful at not being played during a four-game sweep by the Chicago White Sox that was believed at the time to have seriously set back the Yankees' chances at that year's American League pennant, began playing a harmonica in the back of the bus. Manager Yogi Berra, feeling that Linz's behavior was inappropriate given the team's recent poor performance, angrily called on him to stop, whereupon Linz threw the harmonica and loudly complained about being singled out despite not having been at fault for the losses.

Journalists on the bus following the team reported the incident in the next day's newspapers, and it became national news. Although Linz was fined for the incident, he received an endorsement contract from harmonica manufacturer Hohner after the company saw an increase in sales. The contract more than made up for Linz's lost money from the fine. Radio stations in Boston urged fans of the Red Sox, whom the Yankees played immediately afterward, to greet Linz at the plate in Fenway Park with a harmonica and kazoo serenade. At an exhibition game against the crosstown New York Mets, Mets players tossed harmonicas onto the field.

The incident had divergent effects on the team. For the players, it ended well: Berra's authority as their manager was decisively established and they went 30–11 through the end of the season, clinching the pennant that had seemed out of reach. For the team's management, which had been dogged all season by reports that Berra could not control his former teammates, it confirmed that impression, and efforts to find a replacement for Berra (that had reportedly already been underway) succeeded shortly afterwards, with Johnny Keane, who was considered likely to be fired from his position as St. Louis Cardinals' manager after the season concluded, secretly agreeing to become the Yankees' manager. His team also came back from deep in the standings to win the National League pennant, and then defeat the Yankees in that year's World Series. The day afterwards, Berra was fired and Keane shocked his superiors by resigning instead of accepting a contract extension. Keane took over for Berra a few days later.

Despite its role in catalyzing the team that season, the incident has been seen as the beginning of the end of the Yankees' 15-year postwar dynasty, since it also coincided with the announcement that the CBS television network was buying the team. Keane was never able to fully earn the respect of either the aging, injury-plagued stars or the few promising younger players, and in the 1965 season the team failed to win the pennant after recording its first losing season in 40 years. When the subsequent season started with even worse results, Keane was fired, though that did not prevent the Yankees from finishing in last place. They would not return to the World Series until 1976, after CBS had sold the team to George Steinbrenner.
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Dame Barbara Windsor

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https://www.tennessean.com/story/entert ... 523671002/

Charley Pride, 86, of complications from COVID-19
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John le Carré, 89.
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K.C. Jones, 88. NBA Hall of Famer and Boston Celtics star. Won 11 NBA titles with the Celtics (8 as player, 1 as assistant coach, 2 as head coach).
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That is a shame.

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George Blake, 98, British-Soviet double agent.
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The flash of light you saw in the sky was not a UFO. Swamp gas from a weather balloon was trapped in a thermal pocket and reflected the light from Venus.
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That sucks, I hope we get more details.
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Phil Niekro, 81. MLB Pitcher for 24 seasons, Hall of Famer.
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