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R.I.P., Peggy Lipton (August 30, 1946 – May 11, 2019)

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So if you were a guy growing up in the Sixties and you liked girls she had to be on, like, your top ten list or something...




 

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Who's the guy in the bottom pic? It certainly isn't Link?


Never mind... just googled and got husband Quincy Jones....
 

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I think I am going to start bombarding the main forum with RIP threads. Hopefully that gets a rules change implemented.... we don't need 3 of the top-10 listed threads in a football forum to be about Tim Conway, Peggy Lipton (?) and Doris Day
 

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I think I am going to start bombarding the main forum with RIP threads. Hopefully that gets a rules change implemented.... we don't need 3 of the top-10 listed threads in a football forum to be about Tim Conway, Peggy Lipton (?) and Doris Day
Here's a link between Tim Conway and football...
 

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I think I am going to start bombarding the main forum with RIP threads. Hopefully that gets a rules change implemented.... we don't need 3 of the top-10 listed threads in a football forum to be about Tim Conway, Peggy Lipton (?) and Doris Day
When I see these dead celebrity threads, I wonder:
- do the OPs not have friends to share their celebrity grief with therefore their first instinct is to race to a sports website inhabited by anonymous dwellers to transmit electronic thoughts and prayers to the cosmos in an attempt to display fake humanity?

Why not.......

Send a tangible condolence to the departed’s family...like a card or flowers.
Phone a friend and weep together.
Come up from the basement and share your Doris Day grief with your family.
Post on social media and attach your name to it.
Join TMZ.com and gather with other no-life’s.
Tell the bedpan attendant in your ward about your depression.

Let’s save PatsFans bandwidth for important messaging:
Bob’s boners
JESTs suckage
Ray Lewis’ pursuit of justice
 

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When I see these dead celebrity threads, I wonder:
- do the OPs not have friends to share their celebrity grief with therefore their first instinct is to race to a sports website inhabited by anonymous dwellers to transmit electronic thoughts and prayers to the cosmos in an attempt to display fake humanity?

Why not.......

Send a tangible condolence to the departed’s family...like a card or flowers.
Phone a friend and weep together.
Come up from the basement and share your Doris Day grief with your family.
Post on social media and attach your name to it.
Join TMZ.com and gather with other no-life’s.
Tell the bedpan attendant in your ward about your depression.

Let’s save PatsFans bandwidth for important messaging:
Bob’s boners
JESTs suckage
Ray Lewis’ pursuit of justice
I think you need to accept the fact that football is more important to some people than it is to you.

Nothing wrong with you...but Pats fans are people, with lives and feelings, and the loss of any loved and admired person including former Patriots gives us the opportunity to recognize, honor and remember them.
 

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