- Feb 2, 2006
Hi 2020, I do keep up with events in Myanmar and perhaps you could start a thread outlining individual deaths - even though they are not well known.noi,
It's well known that heaps of Buddhist monks died recently mate - does that qualify - just a couple of words - what's a couple of words ?
A recent article suggested he is not dead at all. No wreckage of his aircraft was ever discovered and no body has been found. He wouldn't have been the first person to stage his own 'death' for reasons known only to himself.
Yeah, I heard that too... plus the suggestion that he had fallen on hard times financially recently as well.A recent article suggested he is not dead at all. No wreckage of his aircraft was ever discovered and no body has been found. He wouldn't have been the first person to stage his own 'death' for reasons known only to himself.
Also the voice of ''CHEF'' in SOUTH PARK.:southpark
You must spend a hell of a lot of time reading the obituaries, by any chance is that a hobby?Marshal Nirenberg, scientist, was born on April 10, 1927. He died on January 15, 2010, aged 82.
Socially conscious Nobel prize-winning biochemist whose studies of proteins in the body's cells uncovered the genetic code in DNA.
Francis Gillingham, CBE, was born on March 16, 1916. He died on January 3, 2010, aged 93.
Eminent neurosurgeon who pioneered stereotactic surgery for Parkinson's disease and operated successfully on the Tamil Tiger' chief, S. J. V. Chelvanayakam.
Robert Mosbacher, US Commerce Secretary, 1989-92, was born on March 11, 1927. He died on January 24 2010, aged 82.
Swashbuckling oil baron and chief Republican fundraiser for George Bush Sr, for whom he served as US Commerce Secretary.
Hasib Sabbagh, construction industry entrepreneur, was born in 1920. He died on January 12, 2010, aged 90.
Christian Palestinian construction mogul and philanthropist who devoted his influence to seeking peace in the Middle East.
Jack Shapiro, founder of the British Tinnitus Association, was born on July 14, 1916. He died on January 29, 2010, aged 93.
Sufferer from deafness who devoted much of his life to campaigning for the hard of hearing and founded the British Tinnitus Association in the 1970s.