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Doink.

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He's waiting for the Lion King, President Obama... :smoke:


you mean the "Lyin King",,,,

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What happened to Dink?


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What happened to Dink?


After portraying Dink, The Little Hulkster and The Macho Midget he returned to Canada where he still wrestles once in awhile. I haven't seen a "midget" match in quite some time, it's probably considered un-PC now.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 30, 2013 8:41 am 
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What happened to Dink?


Or, he got his own cartoon?

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'Enter the Dragon' actor Jim Kelly dies

http://movies.msn.com/movies/article.aspx?news=815906&ocid=ansent11

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I might have to watch that movie tonight.........He had a black belt in hair


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Sarah Guyard-Guillot, 31 aka Sassoon, Cirque du Solei acrobat, in Las Vegas last Saturday, during Kà, CdS production presentation... RIP

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No way! I just watched Three the Hard Way the other day!


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Doug Engelbart, inventor of the mouse.
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He was 88

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Eeeeek! a mouse oh.


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He also orginized the first Video Conferance Call using a colleges servers and a modem he made, in 1968...WOW... :shock:


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When did he pass? How sad...not only that, but the man who played Ike Godsey (I believe his name is John Conley) died on July 7th. In the last few years, Ralph Waite played Mark Harmon's characters father on NCIS, it was always a treat to see him on the show.



BTW, sometimes when I click "reply", it sends me to some game page.....hmmm, questions, questions.

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BTW, sometimes when I click "reply", it sends me to some game page.....hmmm, questions, questions.

That sounds like a problem I had. Certain words sent me to the wrong places. It was a program that had installed itself by accident (I probably hit it by accident) and I had to uninstall it. It highlighted the words when the mouse passed over them and was all about add sites or game sites.
Good luck with that Dove. :wink: :lol:

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Hey Milton, where did you find this? I can't find anything about Ralph Waite dying. John Conley, the man who played Ike Godsey died on the 7th.

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From what I've read Ralph is still alive.

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Hey Milton, where did you find this? I can't find anything about Ralph Waite dying. John Conley, the man who played Ike Godsey died on the 7th.


Ok I think I have this figured out. Apparently I had a brainfart and got my Waltons cast members mixed up. As of this writing, Ralph Waite is still alive. Sorry for the fuck up.

You are correct, Cal.

Actor Joe Conley, who played Ike Godsey on 'The Waltons,' dies at 85

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http://www.today.com/entertainment/actor-joe-conley-who-played-ike-godsey-waltons-dies-85-6C10566693?ocid=ansmsnbc11

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Dam I thought that was the old man from Close Encounters, that was at the house in the desert with the sun burn when they found the ship... :smoke:


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Ralph Waite is back ...and he's pissed. "The news of my demise was news to me, John Boy, Grandma and the rest of the family. It almost gave us a collective heart attack!" he was quoted as saying to the ZFT news services. "I'm glad the rumor turned out to be false or we wouldn't be talking now!" he quipped from his limo. ZFT news services were on hand for the opening of Mr. Waite's new one man show. "Grannie get your walker." which was written & produced by his godson Tom Waites and stars most of the Walton/Waite clans.
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Roger LaVern, keyboardist of The Tornados

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Roger LaVern, keyboardist of The Tornados

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