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I hereby challenge you left-pondians to identify the occupations of any of the above!

Labour politician
Television presenter, writer and producer
Actor and television personality
Singer, actress and former game show co-host

Left-pondian is a good word.


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Correct! Four points to Spaulding.

How many did you have to look up?


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How many did you have to look up?

Never mind that - what may I redeem my points for?!


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When you have collected 50,000 points you can exchange it for a coupon that gives you a $50 rebate* off your next purchase of $40,000 or more.

Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

Terms and conditions apply.

*Voucher mail-in.

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Sounds like something the US Govt. would offer!!
 
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Al Williamson.

http://www.erbzine.com/mag31/3154a.html

http://goldenagecomicbookstori...21-1931-june-13.html

Goldenagecomicbookstories also has this page with two of Al Williamson's comic adaptations of Ray Bradbury's I, Rocket and The One Who Waits.
http://goldenagecomicbookstori...label/Ray%20Bradbury

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the Kinks original bass player.....:"(

http://www.kansascity.com/2010...rst-bass-player.html

Such a great band
 
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Oh, no! That's terrible news. I'm a rabid Kinks fan and have 20-something of their CDs.

May he rest in peace.
 
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Corey Allen, Director/Actor.

Filmography


"Oh, death!"
 
Posts: 176 | Location: The Forest of Aokigahara, Japan | Registered: 10 April 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Nard Kordell ~ gracious words from patrask:
Nard has passed away as of this am. I am saddened for her sake and for all of his friends on this board who can no longer benefit from his sense of humor and knowledge about all things Bradbury. Ray changed Nard's life for the better, as he told many of us over the years, and allowed Nard to find a friend in Jesus and a new path for his life. He has gone where he knew he would and we should all feel no sorrow for him in his new place, which is, I believe, a far better one than the one he has left. We will honor his memory and cherish the days we had to know him. RIP NARD
PEACE...Nard Kordell!!
 
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British author James P. Hogan.


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George Steinbrenner died, too.
 
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Lorene Yarnell Jansson, half of the comedy team Shields and Yarnell, suffered a sudden and shocking passing described at the bottom of this column: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/...08/04/DD071EM0NE.DTL

Also, Mitch Miller, the sing-along man, who was 99!
 
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Our culture sure has changed.
Most american families don't even know the old tunes and would feel awkward sitting around and singing them with each other and those sweater-clad guys and Leslie Uggams!
 
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Patricia Neal, Roald Dahl's wife.

Mitch Jayne, of the Dillards.


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