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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypso Jones View Post
    isn't he the uncle of the Terminator female lead..linda...Hamilton was it?
    Was he her uncle? Cool. I remember him from many movies
    You're always drunk last night. LOLOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypso Jones View Post
    isn't he the uncle of the Terminator female lead..linda...Hamilton was it?
    I dont know calypso

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandhurstdelta View Post
    @Common , I will remember him most from his movie with Eastwood called The Eiger Sanction.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0072926/
    Eiger Sanction was memorable
    You're always drunk last night. LOLOL

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    When I was 30 I went to visit my 95 year old great grandmother.

    She told me the story of their immigration thru Ellis Island into the USA.

    I remember thinking "wow! 90's is old."

    She made it to 99 then keeled-over just before the centenarian mark.

    Now 91 seems rather young to me to die -- although 80's and 90's is a fairly common time for it.

    Kennedy had an interesting life so I hope his twilight years were good to him.

    This is what is waiting for all of us not far away and long from now.

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    I admit I had forgotten him. Sympathy to his family and friends.
    "Now melodrama never makes me weep anymore"~~ Carly Simon

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandhurstdelta View Post
    When I was 30 I went to visit my 95 year old great grandmother.

    She told me the story of their immigration thru Ellis Island into the USA.

    I remember thinking "wow! 90's is old."

    She made it to 99 then keeled-over just before the centenarian mark.

    Now 91 seems rather young to me to die -- although 80's and 90's is a fairly common time for it.

    Kennedy had an interesting life so I hope his twilight years were good to him.

    This is what is waiting for all of us not far away and long from now.
    I'm glad I am the age I am. I would not want to be young and have my life ahead of me now in America.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Common View Post
    RIP

    The older folks will remember Him well, he won an oscar for Cool Hand Luke




    http://www.nydailynews.com/entertain...icle-1.2548166
    May he RIP and I do remember him in Cool Hand Luke and I have Cool Hand Luke.

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    I remember the Eiger Sanction probably because I have that one too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandhurstdelta View Post
    When I was 30 I went to visit my 95 year old great grandmother.

    She told me the story of their immigration thru Ellis Island into the USA.

    I remember thinking "wow! 90's is old."

    She made it to 99 then keeled-over just before the centenarian mark.

    Now 91 seems rather young to me to die -- although 80's and 90's is a fairly common time for it.

    Kennedy had an interesting life so I hope his twilight years were good to him.

    This is what is waiting for all of us not far away and long from now.
    I'm constantly on the move to keep the wheelchair and the Grim Reaper guessing where I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garden House Queen View Post
    I'm glad I am the age I am. I would not want to be young and have my life ahead of me now in America.
    Dittos to that one!

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