RIP thread


#781

Sweet Jesus.


#782

RIP Sean Connery.

The only Mr. Bond I recognize.


#783

The only Connery I recognize.


#784

One of my best friends is named James Bond.

His middle name is Aaron and he goes by Aaron Bond, but he was born in 1967… or something.


#785

Has he managed to progress into middle-age without ever once using the ‘Bond…James Bond’ line in an attempt to get laid?

Pretty sure I could not have avoided it in the same circumstance.


#786

My last name begins with Bond and when my dad used to make reservations he always just said Bond rather than spell out the whole name.

You can imagine the amount of times they called him James.

His name was Sam.


#787

I’m sure Aaron, er Mr. Bond used every trick and gadget available to him back in the day.


#788

:cry:


#789

He was holding out for Sean Connery.


#790

David Prowse, who was in the Darth Vader suit in the original trilogy (at least), has gone to join the rest of the Jedi in the afterlife


#791

Charley Pride

https://charleypride.com/country-music-legend-charley-pride-dies-at-age-86/


#792

One of the great voices.


#793

#794

RIP Leslie West.

I was raised on a steady diet of Mountain, Deep Purple, Grand Funk and Black Sabbath.


#795

#796

RIP Tony Rice.

I love the Pizza Tapes and just listened to this album last weeks and remembered how phenomenal he was. An acoustic guitar giant for sure.



#797

never heard of em


#798

In my opinion he was an even better flat picker than Billy Strings… and that is saying something.


#799

When they cremate him, they’re making Tony Rice crispies.

I do know who he is, and he is an exemplary player in his genre.


#800

Sorry to hear of Alto Reed’s passing. He was Bob Seger’s sax man and I saw him play above us in a hot air balloon at the Michigan Jam back in the mid 70’s. That was a good time!