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Discussion in 'Permanent Threads' started by Dcc001, Jan 13, 2018.
Always got the best res times at Dorsia and had the best business cards.
Dennis Hof who owned the Moonlight Bunny Ranch.
That man lived quite an incredible life. A pimp who didn’t have to beat his women or steal from them.
AND his apartment looked over the park. And was probably more expensive than yours.
Infamous brothel owner Dennis Hof
You mean this Dennis Hof from 3 posts ago?
NBC reports that notorious Boston mobster Whitey Bulger has been found dead in prison.
Another for the “good riddance” pile.
Even better. He got whacked.
He was a fucking monster who (like Juice told me) is idolized by South Boston fuglies who regard him as some sort of community hero. I guess they’re the ones who didn’t have daughters raped and/or strangled by him.
God I hope he got strangled. That was the sack of shit’s M.O.
Hall of Famer Willie McCovey dead at 80.
Comic legend Stan Lee
RIP. His imagination has brought me many hours of entertainment.
Stan Lee created so many legendary characters, stories and influences it’s crazy. A WWII vet who used his characters as basically anti-Hitler propaganda and it exploded into such an insane pop-culture phenomenon.
I’m glad he lived such a full life, he loved his job, fans and legacy.
Marvel Comics first issue w/ The Human Torch:
David Pearson, a legend among NASCAR drivers died at age 83. As far as pure racing and driving talent, he may have been as good as anyone.
Roy Clark, 'Hee Haw' host, dies at 85
Massive understatement, to say the least.
I know he hasn't been playing much recently due to arthritis, but it's still really sad to see him go... he was such a huge influence on so many artists.
It was said he could play anything with strings. I recall watching a show, I think on The Nashville Network, where they handed him a board with a soup can and a few strings to see if it were true. He plucked around a few then picked out a simple tune. Just amazing.
Houston Texans owner Bob McNair, yesterday.
He was not a good person.