Noah Salasnek. He changed the whole style of snowboarding in the 90's from really taking park riding to a new level of skate-influenced riding to pushing the limits of what any boarder or skier had ever gone down big mountain riding in AK. His run down super spines TB6 was the most incredible run id ever seen done at the time. Cancer sucks.
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Originally posted by steve8:
Jonathan Demme

Director of Silence of the Lambs, Stop Making Sense and Swimming to Cambodia.

Just heard. Incredible director. Apparently nice guy. RIP.
Sadie, our 12 year old greyhound. Had very aggressive bone cancer and did not respond well to medication. Not the first time we have had to put to sleep a pet, nor was it a surprise, but still emotional to deal with, as I'm sure any pet owner would know. She had a good and long life.
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Originally posted by ThistlinTom:
Sadie, our 12 year old greyhound. Had very aggressive bone cancer and did not respond well to medication. Not the first time we have had to put to sleep a pet, nor was it a surprise, but still emotional to deal with, as I'm sure any pet owner would know. She had a good and long life.

Sorry to read this, TT. Frown
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Originally posted by ThistlinTom:
Sadie, our 12 year old greyhound. Had very aggressive bone cancer and did not respond well to medication. Not the first time we have had to put to sleep a pet, nor was it a surprise, but still emotional to deal with, as I'm sure any pet owner would know. She had a good and long life.

Sorry to read this, TT. Frown

+1 - we lost one of our pups last fall and it's truly heartbreaking. My condolences TT.
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Originally posted by ThistlinTom:
Sadie, our 12 year old greyhound. Had very aggressive bone cancer and did not respond well to medication. Not the first time we have had to put to sleep a pet, nor was it a surprise, but still emotional to deal with, as I'm sure any pet owner would know. She had a good and long life.


Sorry for your loss, our dogs are our lives.
Sorry for your loss. It's always hard to put a pet down. I still get teary-eyed thinking about it for every one of them in my life.
My mother passed away Thursday after a long battle against a slow agonizing degenerative brain disease. For many years doctors gave no answers to why or how things were becoming more difficult for her. Not Alzheimer, but rather a slow gradual brain atrophy that we were finally told (too late) could result from any of several neurological diseases (all of which I had never heard). Despite all of her systems and body functions being affected she fought to retain what she could. She was aware of her condition, which made it more difficult to witness, and was aware of what was happening around her despite not being able to speak at times. She had a lucid conversation with me just a week ago. 1 month ago she was laughing and smiling at her 88th birthday despite having to have everything done for her. Caring for her over the last several years became increasingly difficult and time consuming with 2015 pretty much consumed by caring for her 24/7. In 2016 she went into long term care when it was no longer safe to keep her at home. My father and I visited her daily to spent time with her and to feed her. The last few years have been incredibly difficult, but I am fortunate to have had many bright moments with her along the way. It also brought us closer together. Now that she's gone, I'm happy that she is now at peace but very sad as I miss her dearly, probably more so because of the amount of time spent together while helping her over the last several years. RIP Mom.
Powers Boothe. Was one of the best Philip Marlowes. If you never seen John Boorman's The Emerald Forest, this would be a great time.
Former MLB umpire Steve Palermo. He was shot and paralyzed in 1991, trying to stop a robbery in Texas. I've heard some interviews, and he never sounded bitter about the incident. RIP.
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Originally posted by sarbuze:
RIP thread on Comey...

Was just taken down while I submitted my reply. It had a good run!

Big Grin
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
The worst but in so many ways the best Bond ever.

RIP Roger Moore


Oh no! What a shame. RIP

He got Bond through the campy 70's and 80's, so I give him credit.
Moore.... Roger Moore...RIP

Not the best Bond nor the worst (let's not overlook the easily overlooked George Lazenby) but the funniest
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
The worst but in so many ways the best Bond ever.

RIP Roger Moore


My sentiments exactly!
Nicky Hayden, aged 35. The last American World Motorcycle Grand Prix Champion (2006). He made his living racing motorcycles at over 200mph and died after being hit by a car while cycling.
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Originally posted by Racer117:
He made his living racing motorcycles at over 200mph


Sorry to hear this, but this couldn't possibly be a surprise.
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Originally posted by Racer117:
Nicky Hayden, aged 35. The last American World Motorcycle Grand Prix Champion (2006). He made his living racing motorcycles at over 200mph and died after being hit by a car while cycling.


As a fan and a cyclist it was tough news to hear over last weekend. RIP.
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Originally posted by mneeley490:
Cortez Kennedy, Seattle Seahawk 1990-2000, & Hall of Fame 2012.
Age 48. No cause has been determined yet.


Outstanding player. I'll be interested to see what caused his death.
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Originally posted by bomba503:
Add Jim Bunning HOF pitcher and ex-senator to the list


A talented man with a long career. Sorry to hear this.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
Gregg Allman


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Originally posted by bomba503:
Bummer was listening to the Allman's yesterday.


RIP Gregg. I also was listening to them last night - SACD's of Eat a Peach and Live at the Fillmore East. The latter is one of the best live albums ever recorded (especially in hi rez Surround which is ideal for live concerts).

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