Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Seen, Jul 2, 2016.
One of my favourites
Brian Travers. UB40.
He was brilliant, dry humour at it's best.
I've never forgotten this
Sir Clive Sinclair sadly passed tuther day.
For those that have never heard of him he was very much like Alan Sugar who liked to speculate to accumulate.
He brought us what was probably the first home computer and a bicycle for anybody who wanted to commit suicide.
Incredible really how someone who could invent something as brilliant as the Spectrum could also come up with the C fucking 5. What the fuck was he thinking?!!
He also hated the fact that nearly everyone who bought the Spectrum used it to play games on - he intended it to be a serious machine on which people did their finances etc on.
Jimmy Greaves dead. Most famous for not winning a world cup and for the TV show “Greavsey and the grinning imbecile”
It’s a funny old game
Sir Roger Hunt
I read today there's only three of them left, It doesn't seem that long ago when I was surprised hardly any of them were dead.
Have to give a shout to Lionel Blair.
He wasn't good for anything in particular but has been about forever and part of the establishment.
He won't die though, His name will be synonymous with a lot of things for a few years longer yet.
Yeah like being a smarmy cunt
I'm saying nothing, I'm still getting over the shock he was apparently straight.
Andrew Barker from 808 State...
Classic tune from the Madchester era...
Had no idea she was Keith Chegwin's sister.
I thought that’s what she was famous for
Meatloaf, can't think of any but I should imagine there will now be a raft of jokes about him lol.
"You took the words right out of my mouth" slick!
Ray Liotta, who starred as Shoeless Joe Jackson in “Field of Dreams” and Henry Hill in “Goodfellas,”.
One of my favourite films Goodfellas. Brilliant actor.