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Kofi Annan died today, previous Secretary General of the UN. A most remarkable person within the limited possibilities of his job. When I celebrated my 50th birthday ( not long ago,  lots of laughter

As English as it gets, great show, loved it as a kid, and Diana Rigg - I blame most of my fetishes on her

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I was watching 63Up today and had a look on Wikipedia about the cast only to find Michael Apted had died on the 7th

 

An amazing TV series following a groupd of English children from age 7 every 7 years being re-filmed, they don't always get filmed but most do

 

To see every episode is wonderful, I've been following this since my 20's when the thought of doing 3 series seemed amazing, to do now 9 is astonishing.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Up_(film_series)

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Larry Flynt, Founder of Hustler Magazine, Dies at 78

Larry Flynt, the controversial founder of Hustler magazine and president of Larry Flynt publications, has died. He was 78.

His brother Jimmy Flynt confirmed his death on Wednesday in Los Angeles to the Washington Post.

Flynt was a notable figure in the porn industry for nearly 50 years, launching Hustler magazine in 1974 and later expanding to three television channels known as Hustler TV. Flynt was also known for his many legal battles involving adult entertainment and the First Amendment, which were portrayed in Milos Forman’s 1996 Oscar-nominated film “The People vs. Larry Flynt,” in which Woody Harrelson played Flynt and Flynt himself guest-starred as a judge.

Born on Nov. 1, 1942 in Lakeville, Ky., Flynt grew up in poverty and eventually joined the United States Army at the age of 15 using a counterfeit birth certificate. After being honorably discharged, Flynt worked at the Inland Manufacturing Company for a few months and then as a bootlegger before enlisting in the Navy in 1960. After he was once again honorably discharged in 1964, Flynt entered into the bar business and eventually opened Hustler Clubs all around Ohio...

https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/larry-flynt-founder-hustler-magazine-232049391.html

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