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Death List 2013

[ 31 ] January 1, 2013 |

Another year, another death list.

1. Manoel de Oliviera
2. Joan Fontaine
3. Billy Graham
4. Helen Thomas
5. George Shultz
6. Clark Terry
7. Little Jimmy Dickens
8. Nancy Reagan
9. Luis Echeverria
10. Bob Barker

The passing of Mike Wallace, Ernest Borgnine, Phyllis Diller, and Sun Myung Moon opened 4 spots on this year’s list, but then I also made some additional changes to move people along who weren’t really that aged.


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  1. Amanda in the South Bay says:

    You better indicate that its a metaphorical death list.

  2. waverby says:

    Not putting Bush I in the pool?

  3. Joe says:

    Time to rent that Clint Eastwood movie.

  4. Bobbo says:

    Wow, didn’t realize Joan Fontaine was alive. Checked Wikipedia and so is older sister Olivia deHavilland.

  5. Randy Paul says:

    I think you should also include Hugo Chavez to boost your average. Doesn’t look good for him . . .

  6. Thom says:

    I think Nelson Mandela should make the list. (And note that I work at a desk under his portrait.)

  7. Suetonius says:

    Margaret Thatcher. And I’ll even throw in the stick gratis if it happens.

  8. efgoldman says:

    I noticed you took Fidel off of last year’s list. Have you decided he’s immortal?

  9. wengler says:

    Lindsay Lohan just isn’t that popular anymore.

  10. J. Otto Pohl says:

    Eventually Vo Nguyen Giap is going to have to pass on. I know people have been saying that for decades. But, nobody lives forever. The man is over 100 now.

  11. JazzBumpa says:

    Clark Terry just turned 92. Clearly his health is poor, but he aint giving up.

  12. wetcasements says:

    This ghoulish shit brings the whole blog down.

  13. ruviana says:

    I noticed you took Zsa Zsa off the list–figure she’ll go on forever?

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