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Old 04-07-2017, 05:42 AM   #6341
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This was a day that I knew was inevitable but it still hurts. There is a small number of celebrities whose deaths would get me very emotional. Mr. Arnold Palmer last year hit me hard because he reminded me so much of my dad and for the respect he had worldwide not just in golf.

Don Rickles is certainly another one. I've always dreaded this day and wasn't quite sure how I would react when I heard Mr. Rickles had passed. I was at work when a co-worker told me. I had sort of been afraid that if I did hear of his passing at work I might actually start to cry. When I was told the feeling of devastation was actually no more than a split second. A little gasp I had was quickly replaced by a smile because I started to remember the thousands and thousands of times Mr. Rickles had made me laugh over my lifetime.

I'm 51 years old now so when Mr. Rickles was doing his thing on Johnny Carson and the Dean Martin Roasts I was probably about 10 years old or less. When I was little my mom and dad fought like cats and dogs. They both drank and an explosion could happen over the smallest thing. One of the few times they were civil with each other was during those Dean Martin Roasts or if Mr. Rickles was on The Tonight Show. I can almost hear my dad's laugh right now whenever Mr. Rickles would jab somebody real good.

As I got older I never lost my love for Mr. Rickles. That was helped along by all of his appearances with David Letterman. Since I watched just about every David Letterman show since he started in 1982 I saw all of Mr. Rickles appearances. Dave's reverence for Mr. Rickles was clearly apparent. He would just let Don go and play the straight man and the result was very funny. There's no telling how many times I've watched all of those Youtube clips of Dave with Mr. Rickles.

To say I loved Mr. Rickles is probably an understatement. It almost borders on worship. He was my favorite comic of all times. I will miss him. But I will spend a lot of time over the next few days watching a ton of Youtube clips of him and I can guarantee that each clip I see will make me laugh just as hard as when I saw them when they originally aired on tv so many years ago.

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Old 04-07-2017, 10:18 AM   #6342
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New York musician David Peel who with his band the Lower East Side put out several tunes devoted to marijuana including the then highly controversial "The Pope Smokes Dope" (1972 album) has died at age 73.

John Lennon and Yoko Ono met Peel in NYC and signed him to the Beatles' Apple label. In gratitude, Peel recorded a tribute to the couple. Peel also recorded another tribute song for Bob Dylan.

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Old 04-07-2017, 10:30 AM   #6343
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Andreea Cristea, the lady that was injured by falling into the Thames by the scuzz bucket on Westminster Bridge over two weeks ago, died today after her life support was turned off.
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British actor Tim Pigott-Smith, who was best known for his Bafta-winning role in 1984 TV series The Jewel in the Crown, has died aged 70. His agent described him as "one of the greatest actors of his generation". The actor was due to appear in a touring production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, with opening night in Northampton on Monday. He received Olivier and Tony Award nominations in 2014/15 for his lead role in the play King Charles III. He was also made an OBE in the 2017 New Year Honours list for his services to drama.

"It is with deep regret that I have to announce the sad news that Tim Pigott-Smith died this morning," his agent John Grant said. "Much-loved and admired by his peers, he will be remembered by many as a gentleman and a true friend. He will be much missed. We ask that you respect the privacy of his wife, the actress Pamela Miles, his son Tom and the family." Pigott-Smith was originally meant to appear as Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman opposite Miles. However she pulled out of the production earlier this week when she broke a bone during rehearsals and needed surgery. The play was due to tour in Cambridge, Exeter and Oxford until July.

Born in Rugby, Warwickshire, Pigott-Smith trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He appeared in numerous Shakespearean stage productions before his big break in ITV's The Jewel in the Crown, about the final days of the British Raj in India. Starring as police superintendent Ronald Merrick, his performance saw him beat co-stars Charles Dance and Art Malik to win a best actor Bafta in 1985.

In a diverse career, his other TV credits include roles in The Vice, Bloody Sunday, Downton Abbey and Doctor Who. On the big screen he notably appeared in Clash of the Titans, V for Vendetta and James Bond film Quantum of Solace. According to IMDB, the actor was also currently working on a TV film version of King Charles III, which imagines Prince Charles's succession to throne following the death of the Queen.
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Old 04-07-2017, 06:21 PM   #6345
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Just wanted to say, Tim Pigott Smith, nice bloke. Sade to hear, respect and condolences to friends and family. RIP.
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New York musician David Peel who with his band the Lower East Side put out several tunes devoted to marijuana including the then highly controversial "The Pope Smokes Dope" (1972 album) has died at age 73.

John Lennon and Yoko Ono met Peel in NYC and signed him to the Beatles' Apple label. In gratitude, Peel recorded a tribute to the couple. Peel also recorded another tribute song for Bob Dylan.

David Peel's Wikipedia Biography

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David Peel
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RIP DON

I hope he is together with his son now.


His best friend Bob Newhart and his wife says the followering:
"He was called 'The Merchant of Venom,' but in truth, he was one of the kindest, caring and most sensitive human beings we have ever known," the Newharts said in a statement. "We are devastated, and our world will never be the same. We were totally unprepared for this."
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RIP Don.
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Strange that feeling you get with rare people , when you believe you have always known them.
Don was one of them.
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This was a day that I knew was inevitable but it still hurts. There is a small number of celebrities whose deaths would get me very emotional. Mr. Arnold Palmer last year hit me hard because he reminded me so much of my dad and for the respect he had worldwide not just in golf.

Don Rickles is certainly another one. I've always dreaded this day and wasn't quite sure how I would react when I heard Mr. Rickles had passed. I was at work when a co-worker told me. I had sort of been afraid that if I did hear of his passing at work I might actually start to cry. When I was told the feeling of devastation was actually no more than a split second. A little gasp I had was quickly replaced by a smile because I started to remember the thousands and thousands of times Mr. Rickles had made me laugh over my lifetime.

I'm 51 years old now so when Mr. Rickles was doing his thing on Johnny Carson and the Dean Martin Roasts I was probably about 10 years old or less. When I was little my mom and dad fought like cats and dogs. They both drank and an explosion could happen over the smallest thing. One of the few times they were civil with each other was during those Dean Martin Roasts or if Mr. Rickles was on The Tonight Show. I can almost hear my dad's laugh right now whenever Mr. Rickles would jab somebody real good.

As I got older I never lost my love for Mr. Rickles. That was helped along by all of his appearances with David Letterman. Since I watched just about every David Letterman show since he started in 1982 I saw all of Mr. Rickles appearances. Dave's reverence for Mr. Rickles was clearly apparent. He would just let Don go and play the straight man and the result was very funny. There's no telling how many times I've watched all of those Youtube clips of Dave with Mr. Rickles.

To say I loved Mr. Rickles is probably an understatement. It almost borders on worship. He was my favorite comic of all times. I will miss him. But I will spend a lot of time over the next few days watching a ton of Youtube clips of him and I can guarantee that each clip I see will make me laugh just as hard as when I saw them when they originally aired on tv so many years ago.

R.I.P. Mr. Warmth
I read about this too.

Apparently, he also did the voice for Mr Potato Head in the Toy Story movies, which is where I think of him the most.
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