Celebrity Deaths - 2017


#1543

Jeez I don’t know.


#1544

He may have been many things, a snowflake, precious etc, but he wasn’t a simpleton.


#1545

I’m sure Vera doted over him. It must have been difficult for him when she went. No doubt a happy release to go join her once again, and see that kind welcoming smile.

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#1546

The state will save a nice bit on his state pension now.


#1547

Do we have an updated league table?

With all the focus on the father of the deceased, it should be noted that his son Dr. Ciaran Cosgrave was part of the Galway hurling All Ireland winning backroom team. My condolences to the Cosgrave family and Nogra.


#1548

@locke update the auld table there.


#1549

And let us not forget the other son, the one who was convicted of taking bribes.


#1550

@croppy_boy 2pts

The rest 0pts


#1551

Was there not someone else, @mac?


#1552

Not me bud.


#1553

That’s a bloke.


#1554

I can see why you’d think that.


#1555

Amongst all the tributes to the former Taoiseach last night and this morning, I heard one nugget which referred to his illness this autumn causing him to miss his first All-Ireland Hurling Final since the 1930s. That’s the sort of record that would put some of the Up For The Match guests to shame.


#1556

67 years of free tickets. I’d say he was a miserable ould bollix.


#1557

That’s actually a nice picture of her. There are some right clockstoppers on google images


#1558

Never handed the ticket off once. Not once.


#1559

You’d think he’d have helped out his party colleague Michele Mulherin


#1560

The GAA are a great organisation all the same, they never forget a friend of the Association.


#1561

A great horse racing man was Liam


#1562

Brucie F

My dreams of 2 in a row have been shattered