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Sad to hear about Fred Pohl. He was high on my list of people I had hoped to meet. Anyone with even a passing interest in sf should read The Way the Future Was.
 
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Majorly bummed. A dear friend passed away and the funeral is on my birthday!
 
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That IS tough, but you could try to treat the funeral service as a celebration of the friend's life.


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That IS tough, but you could try to treat the funeral service as a celebration of the friend's life.


That's what they're calling it.
 
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A day late - but NYC, et al, still remembered:
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_4TM8...DFQ/s1600/towers.jpg
 
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A day late - but NYC, et al, still remembered:
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_4TM8...DFQ/s1600/towers.jpg


Thanks, I was hoping someone would post on that.
 
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Mr. Tom Clancy!
Ironically, I thought fondly of my readings of this author's works yesterday when I saw a well-worn copy of Hunt for Red October just returned to our small town library's front desk:

Farewell to another powerful literary figure ~ http://abcnews.go.com/Entertai...ed/story?id=20444256

Peace.
 
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Died 1849: Edgar Allan Poe


John King Tarpinian
You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley
 
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Died 1849: Edgar Allan Poe


Edgar with Ray (and H.P. and Illustrated Man), courtesy of The Simpsons - click on attachment link below.


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Imageedgar_ray.jpg (165 Kb, 6 downloads) Lovecraft, Poe, Bradbury
 
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RB's other Papa:

http://www.businessesgrow.com/...-Hemingway-Stamp.jpg


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Diana Harryhausen passed Sunday. Just around five months after her husband, Ray.


"Love Forever!"
 
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Hey, fjpalumbo, didn't you used to be fjp451?


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I'm Back!!! That was kinda like, "A Sound of Thunder!!"

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Oh, yeah!! Orson Welles (May 6, 1915 – October 10, 1985) It is getting close to "War of the Worlds" time again.
 
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Yez, and wee hav noo orl chanjed the wey we spel bicos off yor meddling with thee timelyne. Big Grin


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