RIP Thread


#221

I haven’t gone away you know. Just mentally busy at the moment. Give it a couple of months and I intend to be back here pissing my input all over topics aplenty.


#222

And film reviews? Better change that tile before Kildare win a Leinster


#224

I said a couple of months, not millennia.


#225

You taking the miss? :slight_smile:


#226

Sam Shepard , aged 73. Playwright , author and actor . RIP.
Loved him in the Right Stuff , film of Tom Woulfes book, and he had parts in more recent films like Cold in July . Some career.


#227

Awful…RIP


#228

Glen Campbell


#229

One of the all-time greats. RIP.


#230

Loved his soup …


#231

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#232

The Witchita Linesman :guitar:


#233

Rhinestone Cowboy always brings me back to the 70’s as a child on holiday in the west. RTE radio always played it. Its amazing the memories that flash back when you hear a certain tune. Another victim to Alzheimers. RIP


#234

If people are upset at the passing of Glen Campbell this evening, they should see Paul Pogba’s…


#235


#236

Ex-Galway hurler Tony Keady has passed away aged 53


#237

Jesus. That’s young. Forever to me known for getting caught doing something that a lot were doing and missing an AI semi final in 1989 because of it. Galway haven’t won an AI since


#238

One of the finest exponents of the art. RIP Tony, genuine class act. Only heard yesterday that he was ill. Galway with emotion now too added to their armoury.


#239

Jesus that’s woeful - RIP. Just watched him on re-run of 1990 Final an hour ago.


#240

Some reports saying he hasn’t passed on


#241

Very sad and messy