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it's that time again: [Oct. 4th, 2005|12:56 am]
Just me.


I guess my last game ended in July, and I didn't notice.

Last year I only got 2, Martin Denny and the Pope:

[User Picture]From: erikred
2005-10-04 04:04 pm (UTC)
...the Pope

I didn't see your all-mitre dollar in the pile.
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[User Picture]From: lara7
2005-10-04 05:22 pm (UTC)

yep, there he is

#5 in the OLD game, not the new game.
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[User Picture]From: erikred
2005-10-04 07:16 pm (UTC)

Re: yep, there he is

Yeah, but I'm referring to the pile of all-mitre dollars that kEvin, Randy, Dustin, and I left on Ami's table two weeks before the pontiff passed....

You were missed, of course.
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[User Picture]From: herbaliser
2005-10-04 05:24 pm (UTC)
Are you picking people under the age of 70 on purpose?
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[User Picture]From: lara7
2005-10-04 05:53 pm (UTC)

under 70s:

yeah, its a mix. Louis Auchisloss and Studs terkel are old, but Brian Wilson, Gary Busey and Dave Sim are nuts and therefore just as likely to die, but more likely with an unusual or unexpected method.

If you'd like to combine old and nuts, J.D Salinger was born january 1919 (though he has 1124 picks already).
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[User Picture]From: lara7
2005-10-04 05:57 pm (UTC)


"Ties of score shall be settled by closed meeting of the Star Chamber, awarding points based on style. Thus, a Kurt Cobain receives far more credit than a Bob Hope. Here, age and unexpectedness of death play a hand. "

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[User Picture]From: herbaliser
2005-10-04 06:29 pm (UTC)

Re: also:

ah, that makes more sense.
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[User Picture]From: dirtylibrarian
2005-10-05 06:26 am (UTC)
I refuse to go anywhere near rotten.com. I'm still traumatized from the last time. Ergghhhh.
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