RIP Thread


#302

No, granted, but nuclear missile wars tend to effect more than just the locality my friend!


#303

That’s what I’m saying …

As long as they leave it til Monday … unless the unthinkable happens … :open_mouth:


#304

That’ll be Roch y’s fault as well.


#305

im saying nothing


#306

Harry Dean Stanton , actor, ( Godfather 2, Cool Hand Luke, Pretty in Pink, Paris Texas and a lot more ) RIP


#307

Balls :disappointed_relieved:, he looked fairly old in Twin Peaks the return tbf . First time I remember him in anything was Kellys Hero’s .Always had a weird , kind of spaced out way about him .
He was 53 years old in Alien from 1979 :astonished:.


#308

His cameo in Seven Psychopaths as the Quaker still freaks me out


#309

Just reading now of the passing of Trent Latham in Pats. What a great GAA man and Gael he was. Deepest sympathies to all his club mates and his family. Only met him a few times, but struck a chord with me. IIRC he has a few young kids. May he rest in peace from all in the Mun.


#310

A very young age too?


#311

Yes 42 I think. Funeral this morning. Terrible.


#312

He was great in red dawn one of those movies from the 80’s that’s forgotten.


#313

Jimmy Magee - Memory Man. RIP


#314

Legend absolute legend. His description of Maradonna’s 2nd goal against England in 86 is superb

RIP Jimmy


#315

RIP Jimmy. Different class, different class! As well as his commentary on Maradona’s goal, I’ll always remember his commentary as John Treacy entered the finishing straight of the 1984 Olympic marathon in LA.


#316

A proper legend from a different era of broadcasting, had a genuine love of sport, none of the sneering faint praise of the modern hacks. His commentary’s painted a picture of the action and brought the joy of sport listener.

May he RIP


#317

RIP Jimmy


#318

Rip Jimmy.


#319

Rip Jimmy


#320

RIP Jimmy , agree with the ‘different class’ commentary ,didn’t over elaborate what he saw …


#321

A national treasure like the two Mícheáls

RIP Memory Man