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I am tired of awesome people dying

Post by AKKOLADE » Mon Jun 25, 2007 10:49 pm

Seriously this pretty much sucks guys why do awesome people have to die :(

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Post by BuzzerZen » Mon Jun 25, 2007 10:54 pm

Next thing you know, Carl Kassel's going to die. He's like 73. That's going to suck.
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Post by Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-TN) » Mon Jun 25, 2007 10:58 pm

I want to play Wait Wait Don't Tell Me just to get his voice recording on my answer machine. Or do they not do that anymore?
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Post by AKKOLADE » Mon Jun 25, 2007 11:04 pm

I think they still give those away and that would be a cool prize.

Future thread idea: people whose voice you would like on your answering machine.

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Post by Deviant Insider » Mon Jun 25, 2007 11:07 pm

Did WWE do a real memorial and fake memorial simultaneously?

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Post by AKKOLADE » Mon Jun 25, 2007 11:15 pm

It was a real tribute but it came two weeks after the whole Vince McMahon got blown up thing which is pretty :w-hat:

But if Benoit actually killed his wife and kid then screw him

Also I am sad about Rod Beck :(

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Post by Jeremy Gibbs Lemma » Tue Jun 26, 2007 12:27 am

He was always one of my favorites when I watched ... sucks majorly.

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Post by Golden Tiger 86 » Tue Jun 26, 2007 12:27 pm

This sucks. This really, really sucks.

Apparently, they also found steroids in his home.

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Post by ecks » Tue Jun 26, 2007 12:58 pm

Golden Tiger 86 wrote:This sucks. This really, really sucks.

Apparently, they also found steroids in his home.
Well yeah... he's a WWE wrestler. Doesn't mean it had anything to do with it, although it may have.
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Post by Frater Taciturnus » Tue Jun 26, 2007 2:13 pm

:sad:

This is a really sad story. He killed his wafe and son, and then hung himself in his weight room.


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Post by grapesmoker » Wed Jun 27, 2007 10:03 am

As sad as murder-suicides are, I can't help but point out that this is a tribute thread to someone whose entire noteworthiness consists of being part of a long-running soap opera, except that instead of endless romantic entanglements, the plot consisted of pretending to punch people in the face.
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Post by Ethnic history of the Vilnius region » Wed Jun 27, 2007 10:54 am

grapesmoker wrote:As sad as murder-suicides are, I can't help but point out that this is a tribute thread to someone whose entire noteworthiness consists of being part of a long-running soap opera, except that instead of endless romantic entanglements, the plot consisted of pretending to punch people in the face.
This probably shouldn't be a tribute thread now that they've determined Benoit killed his wife and kid. Regardless of the thread's name (which was posted before anyone really knew what happened in this case), I don't think anyone posting in this thread is interested in paying tribute to Chris Benoit at this point.

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Post by Jeremy Gibbs Paradox » Wed Jun 27, 2007 3:27 pm

Wait, so paying tribute to wife-beating roid heads is bad? Dammit...

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Post by AKKOLADE » Wed Jun 27, 2007 5:18 pm

The Shock Master wrote:
grapesmoker wrote:As sad as murder-suicides are, I can't help but point out that this is a tribute thread to someone whose entire noteworthiness consists of being part of a long-running soap opera, except that instead of endless romantic entanglements, the plot consisted of pretending to punch people in the face.
This probably shouldn't be a tribute thread now that they've determined Benoit killed his wife and kid. Regardless of the thread's name (which was posted before anyone really knew what happened in this case), I don't think anyone posting in this thread is interested in paying tribute to Chris Benoit at this point.
1) It isn't just a Chris Benoit thread, it was also initiated by Rod Beck, Bob Evans, and Mister Wizard. It was intended as a 'I am sad person X died, this is why he's awesome.'

2) Benoit was successful with his murders, so I suppose you can still say he was awesome at that

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Post by theMoMA » Wed Jun 27, 2007 6:29 pm

grapesmoker wrote:As sad as murder-suicides are, I can't help but point out that this is a tribute thread to someone whose entire noteworthiness consists of being part of a long-running soap opera, except that instead of endless romantic entanglements, the plot consisted of pretending to punch people in the face.
Those are the best kind of soap operas.

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Post by ArloLyle » Fri Jun 29, 2007 8:18 am

I was sad that Don Herbert died, but even sadder that no one except Micheal Smith on Around The Horn seemed to care.

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Post by Ethnic history of the Vilnius region » Sat Jun 30, 2007 10:22 am

leftsaidfred wrote:
1) It isn't just a Chris Benoit thread, it was also initiated by Rod Beck, Bob Evans, and Mister Wizard. It was intended as a 'I am sad person X died, this is why he's awesome.'
Bob Evans' demise was one of the more underratedly sad deaths of the past month.

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Post by Dan Greenstein » Sat Jun 30, 2007 10:59 am

The Shock Master wrote:Bob Evans' demise was one of the more underratedly sad deaths of the past month.
Bob Evans died?! This makes me almost as sad as when I heard Dave Thomas died.

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Post by I'm a goff (in case you couldn't tell) » Sat Jun 30, 2007 11:03 am

Dan Greenstein wrote:
The Shock Master wrote:Bob Evans' demise was one of the more underratedly sad deaths of the past month.
Bob Evans died?! This makes me almost as sad as when I heard Dave Thomas died.
Yeah he did. I hadn't heard about it at all, but apparently it was like a week ago.

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Post by AKKOLADE » Sat Jun 30, 2007 12:18 pm

The Shock Master wrote:Bob Evans' demise was one of the more underratedly sad deaths of the past month.
Confirm. He seemed like a pretty cool guy

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Post by Frater Taciturnus » Sat Jun 30, 2007 1:29 pm

I hated that restaurant. One time I was the only customer in there, and it was still slow as molasses in January in Boston. :smile:
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Post by ecks » Sat Jun 30, 2007 1:55 pm

Coincidentally, molasses in Boston in January can flow fast enough to kill 21 people and injure 150 more.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_molasses_disaster

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Post by Frater Taciturnus » Sat Jun 30, 2007 2:45 pm

ecks wrote:Coincidentally, molasses in Boston in January can flow fast enough to kill 21 people and injure 150 more.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_molasses_disaster

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Post by Byko » Sat Jun 30, 2007 3:49 pm

ecks wrote:Coincidentally, molasses in Boston in January can flow fast enough to kill 21 people and injure 150 more.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_molasses_disaster

nominated for "best disaster ever" 100,000 years in a row.
The headline in the Boston Globe the next morning should have been:

21 People Slower Than Molasses
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Post by Jeremy Gibbs Paradox » Tue Jul 03, 2007 10:11 am

Dan Greenstein wrote:
The Shock Master wrote:Bob Evans' demise was one of the more underratedly sad deaths of the past month.
Bob Evans died?! This makes me almost as sad as when I heard Dave Thomas died.
See I took comfort in knowing that Dave Thomas was in heaven with all the aborted babies he tried to save.

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Post by AKKOLADE » Tue Jul 03, 2007 6:05 pm

allythin wrote:
Dan Greenstein wrote:
The Shock Master wrote:Bob Evans' demise was one of the more underratedly sad deaths of the past month.
Bob Evans died?! This makes me almost as sad as when I heard Dave Thomas died.
See I took comfort in knowing that Dave Thomas was in heaven with all the aborted babies he tried to save.
Those aborted babies are most likely trying to gum on his delicious hamburgers that he makes for them every day while they wait on the inventor of the Frostee Float to kick it for dessert.
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Post by Jeremy Gibbs Paradox » Sat Jul 07, 2007 5:35 pm

leftsaidfred wrote:
allythin wrote:
Dan Greenstein wrote:
The Shock Master wrote:Bob Evans' demise was one of the more underratedly sad deaths of the past month.
Bob Evans died?! This makes me almost as sad as when I heard Dave Thomas died.
See I took comfort in knowing that Dave Thomas was in heaven with all the aborted babies he tried to save.
Those aborted babies are most likely trying to gum on his delicious hamburgers that he makes for them every day while they wait on the inventor of the Frostee Float to kick it for dessert.
I could really go for some Wendy's right now. Too bad all the STL ones got shut down due to the franchisor going bankrupt.

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Post by Byko » Sun Jul 08, 2007 1:30 am

allythin wrote:
leftsaidfred wrote:
allythin wrote:
Dan Greenstein wrote:
The Shock Master wrote:Bob Evans' demise was one of the more underratedly sad deaths of the past month.
Bob Evans died?! This makes me almost as sad as when I heard Dave Thomas died.
See I took comfort in knowing that Dave Thomas was in heaven with all the aborted babies he tried to save.
Those aborted babies are most likely trying to gum on his delicious hamburgers that he makes for them every day while they wait on the inventor of the Frostee Float to kick it for dessert.
I could really go for some Wendy's right now. Too bad all the STL ones got shut down due to the franchisor going bankrupt.
How come they went bankrupt? I hope it wasn't because of any circumstances like this.

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Post by The Time Keeper » Sun Jul 08, 2007 2:30 am

Byko wrote:
allythin wrote:
leftsaidfred wrote:
allythin wrote:
Dan Greenstein wrote:
The Shock Master wrote:Bob Evans' demise was one of the more underratedly sad deaths of the past month.
Bob Evans died?! This makes me almost as sad as when I heard Dave Thomas died.
See I took comfort in knowing that Dave Thomas was in heaven with all the aborted babies he tried to save.
Those aborted babies are most likely trying to gum on his delicious hamburgers that he makes for them every day while they wait on the inventor of the Frostee Float to kick it for dessert.
I could really go for some Wendy's right now. Too bad all the STL ones got shut down due to the franchisor going bankrupt.
How come they went bankrupt? I hope it wasn't because of any circumstances like this.
Wendy raised the price of their crispy chicken nuggets at my local Wendy's without telling me what the hell

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Post by STPickrell » Sun Jul 08, 2007 6:10 am

allythin wrote:I could really go for some Wendy's right now. Too bad all the STL ones got shut down due to the franchisor going bankrupt.
That bastard. I hope that STL is restored to proper Wendy's access as soon as possible.

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Post by ecks » Mon Jul 09, 2007 7:36 am

Dolemite wrote:
Byko wrote:
allythin wrote:
leftsaidfred wrote:
allythin wrote:
Dan Greenstein wrote:
The Shock Master wrote:Bob Evans' demise was one of the more underratedly sad deaths of the past month.
Bob Evans died?! This makes me almost as sad as when I heard Dave Thomas died.
See I took comfort in knowing that Dave Thomas was in heaven with all the aborted babies he tried to save.
Those aborted babies are most likely trying to gum on his delicious hamburgers that he makes for them every day while they wait on the inventor of the Frostee Float to kick it for dessert.
I could really go for some Wendy's right now. Too bad all the STL ones got shut down due to the franchisor going bankrupt.
How come they went bankrupt? I hope it wasn't because of any circumstances like this.
Wendy raised the price of their crispy chicken nuggets at my local Wendy's without telling me what the hell
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Post by quizbowllee » Wed Jul 11, 2007 10:18 pm

Is Ladybird Johnson awesome?

Or rather was Ladybird Johnson awesome?

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Post by BuzzerZen » Wed Jul 11, 2007 10:39 pm

quizbowllee wrote:Is Ladybird Johnson awesome?

Or rather was Ladybird Johnson awesome?
I think not, because I had no idea she was even alive...until today.
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Post by AKKOLADE » Wed Jul 11, 2007 11:05 pm

In my book, the accomplishment of living past the age of 75 gives you enough awesome juice to get you mentioned in this thread.

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Post by AKKOLADE » Thu Jul 12, 2007 6:51 am

Point remains. Pinochet is an unawesome person, but it still impresses me that he made it past 75.

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Post by grapesmoker » Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:19 am

leftsaidfred wrote:Point remains. Pinochet is an unawesome person, but it still impresses me that he made it past 75.
You know, with this thing called "modern medicine," a lot of people make it past 75 these days.
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Post by leapfrog314 » Thu Jul 12, 2007 12:52 pm

grapesmoker wrote:a lot of people make it past 75 these days.
But it takes, like, 75 years to do so. That's a long time of trying not to die.

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Post by AKKOLADE » Thu Jul 12, 2007 5:41 pm

leapfrog314 wrote:
grapesmoker wrote:a lot of people make it past 75 these days.
But it takes, like, 75 years to do so. That's a long time of trying not to die.

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Post by Tegan » Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:21 pm

leftsaidfred wrote:Point remains. Pinochet is an unawesome person, but it still impresses me that he made it past 75.
I don't think it has anything to do with medicine or healthy living .... the impressive thing is that one of the several million people who wanted this guy dead didn't pop a several caps in his buttocks. It's much like the miracle that is Uncle Fidel ...... its a miracle that he's made it this long with the disidents in Florida, the CIA, the reverse vampires, the saucer people, and the Rand Corporation all waiting in line to do something to shorten his life.

OOH! El Chupacabra is about to defend their title .... gotta go!

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Post by Gonzagapuma1 » Fri Jul 13, 2007 12:02 am

Tegan wrote:OOH! El Chupacabra is about to defend their title .... gotta go!
That went well...NOT

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Gonzagapuma1 wrote:
Tegan wrote:OOH! El Chupacabra is about to defend their title .... gotta go!
That went well...NOT
On the one hand .... that was GREAT quizbowl .... wasn't it .....


wasn't it ........????

(I think it sounds funnier in a Fozie Bear voice) :razz:

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Post by Jeremy Gibbs Paradox » Sun Jul 15, 2007 2:27 pm

quizbowllee wrote:Is Ladybird Johnson awesome?

Or rather was Ladybird Johnson awesome?
She was a fucking tree-hugging hippie. So, no.

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Post by Jeremy Gibbs Paradox » Sun Jul 15, 2007 2:33 pm

Tegan wrote:
Gonzagapuma1 wrote:
Tegan wrote:OOH! El Chupacabra is about to defend their title .... gotta go!
That went well...NOT
On the one hand .... that was GREAT quizbowl .... wasn't it .....


wasn't it ........????

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Post by Golden Tiger 86 » Sun Jul 22, 2007 12:01 am

quizbowllee wrote:Was Tammy Faye awesome?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070722/ap_ ... ye_messner
She didn't hit 75, so no.

BTW, the awesome John Kronus of the Eliminators died on Wednesday. That's something like 34209238049238049238429348203948293042349872309482394238904283049 wrestling deaths over the last 5 years.

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Post by Jeremy Gibbs Paradox » Mon Jul 30, 2007 3:24 pm

Ingmar Bergman decidedly qualifies. (Though to be honest I kinda already thought he was dead.)

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Post by Captain Sinico » Mon Jul 30, 2007 4:01 pm

Also, Bill Walsh.

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Post by theMoMA » Mon Jul 30, 2007 4:09 pm

ImmaculateDeception wrote:Also, Bill Walsh.

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Post by Captain Sinico » Mon Jul 30, 2007 4:13 pm

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