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maryportfuncity's Photo maryportfuncity 03 Jan 2006

Just hit on a great site dealing with popular music deaths.

Enjoy!
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Paul Bearer's Photo Paul Bearer 03 Jan 2006

Very interesting site MPFC, I'm sure it will answer a few 'pub quiz' type questions that make their way round the workplaces.
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maryportfuncity's Photo maryportfuncity 03 Jan 2006

It'll probably answer a few of them....what ever happened to? questions as well.
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in eternum+'s Photo in eternum+ 03 Jan 2006

Ya gotta hate it when your hard core rock'n'roll lifestyle is brought to an abrupt end by a farming/gardening accident. And them'uns died young, too.
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Banshees Scream's Photo Banshees Scream 03 Jan 2006

in eternum, on +Jan 3 2006, 09:11 PM, said:

Ya gotta hate it when your hard core rock'n'roll lifestyle is brought to an abrupt end by a farming/gardening accident. And them'uns died young, too.
I would just hate to die in a gardening accident.

And if they say the best die young then I better be watching my steps.
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Windsor's Photo Windsor 03 Jan 2006

Indeed, a teacher at my old school died in his garden. There were two theories:

1: He had a heart attack.
2: He electrocuted himself while cutting the grass.

Although theory two is rather humerous, I think I believe the first....
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in eternum+'s Photo in eternum+ 03 Jan 2006

Windsor, on Jan 3 2006, 04:17 PM, said:

Indeed, a teacher at my old school died in his garden. There were two theories:

1: He had a heart attack.
2: He electrocuted himself while cutting the grass.

Although theory two is rather humerous, I think I believe the first....
Unless, of course, the heart attack was brought on by the electrocution.
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Banshees Scream's Photo Banshees Scream 03 Jan 2006

Windsor, on Jan 3 2006, 09:17 PM, said:

Indeed, a teacher at my old school died in his garden. There were two theories:

1: He had a heart attack.
2: He electrocuted himself while cutting the grass.

Although theory two is rather humerous, I think I believe the first....
Maybe it was a garden troll that frightened the teacher?

The teacher then suffered a massive heart attack and fell to
die in his\her garden?
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BrunoBrimley's Photo BrunoBrimley 03 Jan 2006

Windsor, on Jan 3 2006, 09:17 PM, said:

Indeed, a teacher at my old school died in his garden. There were two theories:

1: He had a heart attack.
2: He electrocuted himself while cutting the grass.

Although theory two is rather humerous, I think I believe the first....
The third theory which tyou overlooked was that he saw your picture in the paper and the memory of you sent him into eternal rapture..... ((quite surprised you didnt think of that one yourself Winnie)
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BrunoBrimley's Photo BrunoBrimley 03 Jan 2006

in eternum, on +Jan 3 2006, 09:25 PM, said:

Unless, of course, the heart attack was brought on by the electrocution.
or was it perhaps poor elocution?
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Guest_Toke Deltorso_* 03 Jan 2006

Windsor, on Jan 3 2006, 09:17 PM, said:

Indeed, a teacher at my old school died in his garden. There were two theories:

1: He had a heart attack.
2: He electrocuted himself while cutting the grass.

Although theory two is rather humerous, I think I believe the first....
Small chap was he, perhaps he had an altercation with a weed killer. :ph34r:
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Death Warmed Up's Photo Death Warmed Up 03 Jan 2006

friend of my mums died in a gardening accident. was putting a new bit of glass on the roof of his greenhouse, over balanced and fell right through it, smashing the rest of the glass in the process and severing a main artery. poor sod bled to death. :ph34r:

thought it was supposed to be a relaxing pastime !!
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Windsor's Photo Windsor 03 Jan 2006

So, whos for putting Charlie Dimmick on next years list..... :ph34r:
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Octopus of Odstock's Photo Octopus of Odstock 03 Jan 2006

Vittorio Brambilla, a racing driver (famous for crashing his car as he took his only Grand Prix win), survived many a crash, including a serious head injury in 1978, only to die, whilst trimming his hedges in the garden. Dangerous places these gardens.

I had a science teacher who died in the middle of a paper aeroplane competition. Now that's unusual one. Universially hated by all students he was.

None of this has anything to do with dead pop stars has it?! :ph34r:
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Sticky Threads's Photo Sticky Threads 03 Jan 2006

Nope, but in the absence of a gardening and paper aeroplane fatality thread, this is as good a place to put it as any.
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Death Warmed Up's Photo Death Warmed Up 03 Jan 2006

Dulcie Gray (of Howards Way fame and loads before) likes gardening. 87 this year. could be something on the card there ! :ph34r:
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maryportfuncity's Photo maryportfuncity 04 Jan 2006

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in the absence of a gardening and paper aeroplane fatality thread

F**k's sake! Start one, then we could have cultural exchange visits because the posters on the pop star thread could drop in to the gardening one and discuss that much over-looked thrash outfit: Lawnmother Deth.
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Bridge over the River Styx's Photo Bridge over the River Styx 04 Jan 2006

It was 20 year's ago today that Phil Lynott died......thank Christ.
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Death Warmed Up's Photo Death Warmed Up 04 Jan 2006

Did phil lynott like gardening ?? crap at singing !
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in eternum+'s Photo in eternum+ 04 Jan 2006

maryportfuncity, on Jan 4 2006, 05:59 AM, said:

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in the absence of a gardening and paper aeroplane fatality thread

F**k's sake! Start one, then we could have cultural exchange visits because the posters on the pop star thread could drop in to the gardening one and discuss that much over-looked thrash outfit: Lawnmother Deth.
Hey! You're the one who posted the link to that site in the first place! All I did was point out that there was a 'farming' category inamongst categories such as 'inhalation of own vomit', 'heroin', and 'mysterious circumstances'. If I were a rock star, I know which category I wouldn't want to be in. No need to get snippy.
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