Is it going to be one of those years for famous people dying?

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But he did well. Pancreatic cancer is usually late stage presentation and most are dead in a matter of months. This guy survived a few years. Tragic, nonetheless.
 

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what's going on, another bites the dust and at no age at all, RIP Gianluca, does put life in to perspective and to make the most of it whilst still alive and kicking
 

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DLax69

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And to be honest, their demise is no more or less sad than anyone else’s death, just a little bit more newsworthy perhaps.
Personally, I plan to live forever. And I have to admit it's working at the moment.

The only "celebrity" I ever mourned was Bowie...not sure why that one actually impacted me. Guess because he had been one of the sole constants over my highly variable life. But I feel worse about losing a dog.
 

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David Duckham MBE - R.I.P.
One of England’s finest players, and a lovely chap whom I had the pleasure of sharing many a long and lively lunch with.
 
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David Duckham MBE - R.I.P.
One of England’s finest players, and a lovely chap whom I had the pleasure of sharing many a long and lively lunch with.
Home grown Cov lad, even went to the free grammar school. I recall his name mentioned when I was growing up. He must have played with my old PE teacher at Coventry. RIP