RIP Thread


#262

Listening to a piece now on OTB with Pete Finnerty & Brendan Lynsky.Not a hurling man myself , had never heard of him but a really nice tribute here .


#263

Finnerty and Lynsky are all but brothers to him, I’d imagine.


#264

Two lads close to tears at the end of it :sweat:


#265

Bruce forsyth RIP.


#266

How old was he?


#267

89


#268

Higher higher.


#269

He’ll be missed. Born in the USA was a great album.


#270

Caught end of 9oc news or part of it - saw the bit about Bruce Forsyth and who did RTE interview - Nicky Byrne … big in RTE . Had the eldest and few of his mates in back of car last week , and none of them could name any 2FM dj’s - let alone have any interest in the station . Sad to see Bruce go. RIP.


#271

Ah jaysus @dubincork even they must know Jimmy Rabbitte’s dog?! He’s still there!


#272

I reckon there’ll be a surge of Jimmy Saville-esque allegations against him now.


#273

Unfortunately you may be right. Dead men can’t sue!


#274

Ah no - don’t think that’ll be the case - different creatures imo. You would have heard whispers etc long before now.


#275

RIP Bruce, such a talented man, and a great entertainer. Life, is the name of the game…


#276

RIP Jerry Lewis.

Brilliant in The King of Comedy.


#277

Willie Duggan , former Leinster and Ireland player , aged 67 , RIP.


#278

Jeeze that’s young. Horse of a man - bit like Moss. Both taken too early. RIP.


#279

Probably not too far from the truth


#280

Walter Becker.

I’m a big Steely Dan fan :wink:


#281

That’s shocking. I was reading about them an hour ago. They were to play in Dublin soon.