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Denise Nickerson, aka Violet "Blueberry" Beauregarde from Willy Wonka, can no longer be squeezed.
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Mark Kleiman must have failed to follow some public health best practices. In his honor someone should enact a host of regulations.



(Seriously, though, complications from a kidney transplant sounds like the ultimate in letdowns. You think a bad situation is about to improve and then it all goes to hell.)
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thoreau wrote:
21 Jul 2019, 15:53
Mark Kleiman must have failed to follow some public health best practices. In his honor someone should enact a host of regulations.



(Seriously, though, complications from a kidney transplant sounds like the ultimate in letdowns. You think a bad situation is about to improve and then it all goes to hell.)
Wonder if it's MRSA. A knee replacement is turning into lifelong IV antibiotics for an in-law, who just lost his brother due to post-op infection from back surgery.
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If you haven't seen it, you owe it to yourself to watch The Hitcher. He's great in it.
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Andrew wrote:
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If you haven't seen it, you owe it to yourself to watch The Hitcher. He's great in it.
You're not the first to mention this today. I also didn't realize he was the dude in Blind Fury.
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Some of his lesser-known work that puts a smile on my face:

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D.A. Ridgely wrote:
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Peter Fonda, 79
As I look through his filmography, I think I've only seen 3-4 movies he was in. Of those, I'd say the best was The Limey. I like Easy Rider, but mainly for all the footage of Route 66 and Monument Valley.
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Andrew wrote:
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D.A. Ridgely wrote:
16 Aug 2019, 21:47
Peter Fonda, 79
As I look through his filmography, I think I've only seen 3-4 movies he was in. Of those, I'd say the best was The Limey. I like Easy Rider, but mainly for all the footage of Route 66 and Monument Valley.
Yeah the only movies I remember him in are Easy Rider, The Limey, and Escape from LA. In each of them he played Pretty Much Peter Fonda.
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What? No love for The Trip? Actually, I didn't care for it much myself.
I've never seen The Limey. Might have to check it out.
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Apparently Fonda played Frank O'Conner in a TV movie about the Ayn Rand love triangle.
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Hugh Akston wrote:
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Apparently Fonda played Frank O'Conner in a TV movie about the Ayn Rand love triangle.
I saw that. Don't remember it that well. I think I liked it in the 'this conforms to little bit I know about it and is interesting' sense.
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This isn't gonna affect the delivery of our subsidy checks I hope.
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Hugh Akston wrote:
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This isn't gonna affect the delivery of our subsidy checks I hope.
Actually in the new alliance we're gonna be getting ours from Soros.
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lunchstealer wrote:
23 Aug 2019, 14:38
Hugh Akston wrote:
23 Aug 2019, 13:11
This isn't gonna affect the delivery of our subsidy checks I hope.
Actually in the new alliance we're gonna be getting ours from Soros.
Plus, Soros does direct deposit.

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