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Discussion in 'Politics & Current Events' started by Val1, Aug 16, 2015.
I assume it is the last time England was great.
I have questions about the defense's positioning then.
Sure thing, Mr. Simeone. Tons of highlights of that sequence on the youtubes if you want to break it down. It's a rather famous save.
Nah- England made the semis in 1990 and again in 2018.
This squad reached only the quarters.
America's Last Great Hope Has Died. RIP Lyndon LaRouche
The NYT has been waiting for this nutball to kick it for awhile. You know this because, at the bottom...
Dennis Hevesi, who died in 2017, and William McDonald contributed reporting.
He outlived an author of his obituary!
His "socialist" newspaper used to pop up at my college quite a lot. It was like a jargon-filled, rambling, leftish equivalent of The Pennysaver in its ubiquity.
The Bilderbergs finally got him.
and Queen Elizabeth II
I always think of his Japanese cousin when I see his name
One of the candidates for Jones’ seat said Obama was Islamic and also wants to change the state constitution to allow secession.
Well at least he died with a smile on his face
Well, that article made me feel like a complete prude.
Bill Jenkins, a major figure in U.S. public health who is perhaps best known for his role in publicizing and forcing an end to the racist Tuskegee syphilis experiment, has died at 73.
Dick Dale. King of the steel string surf guitar.
According to legend, one of only three musicians Leo Fender ever gave his unlisted number to-- Les Paul and Jimi Hendrix the others...
Resting in peace not exactly his specialty...
Born: 385 AD, Britannia
Died: March 17, 461 AD, Saul, United Kingdom
To celebrate his demise I've got brisket with cabbage, potato, carrots and onion in the cooker. He drove the snakes from Ireland only to have them all end up here.
Ps...St Patrick was a Saint.....I ain't!
"I wanted my guitar to sound like Gene Krupa’s drums.”
(Dick Dale, on playing loud)
Yeah, posted earlier today in the music version of this thread.
Gonna play a few of his tunes the rest of the night, man.
Was lucky enough to see him perform with Dave Wakling in three different decades. English Beat still makes its way into my weekly rotation
Another terrific artist we lost not too long ago was Mark Hollis from Talk Talk. Well ahead of his time and one of the finest concerts I’ve ever attended. His music still sounds fresh.
Grumpy Cat internet legend dies
And here I thought I was late to posting an actual consequential person.
I.M. Pei dies at 102
I. M. Pei, who began his long career designing buildings for a New York real estate developer and ended it as one of the most revered architects in the world, died early Thursday at his home in Manhattan. He was 102.
His death was confirmed by his son Li Chung Pei, who is also an architect and known as Sandi. He said his father had recently celebrated his birthday with a family dinner.
Best known for designing the East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington and the glass pyramid at the entrance to the Louvre in Paris, Mr. Pei was one of the few architects who were equally attractive to real estate developers, corporate chieftains and art museum boards (the third group, of course, often made up of members of the first two). And all of his work — from his commercial skyscrapers to his art museums — represented a careful balance of the cutting edge and the conservative.
Pretty much the only reason I can imagine going to the Rock and Roll Hall of Lame.
Well, I mean it's a completely non rock 'n roll concept, but if you're interested in the history of 20th century music, it's actually pretty great.
Que será, será
Whatever will be, will be
The future's not ours to see
Que será, será
What will be, will be