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The Results are In!

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Well… it’s official.  2016’s champion is Mr. Colin Capps. A round of forced applause and a few spiteful slaps on the back are in order for this gentleman. He racked up a staggering 139 points with just 4 hits, including Muhammed Ali, Rob Ford, Martin Crowe, and the King of Thailand.

So… as they say… whoever they may be: “to the victor go the spoils.” VP & Treasurer Dr. Death has already dispatched his carrier pigeons to deliver your prize package, Mr. Capps. May it bring you much joy and satisfaction… fukker.

For the curious, here are the results for 2016:

  • 1st Place: C. Capps – 4 hits, 139 points
  • 2nd place: J. Miller – 3 hits, 84 points
  • 3rd place: J. Darr – 4 hits, 71 points
  • 4th: C. Osmer – 2 hits, 66 points
  • 5th: K. Laws – 3 hits, 54 points
  • 6th: M. Poweleit – 2 hits, 53 points
  • 7th: C. Rich – 2 hits, 36 points
  • 8th (tie): Dr. Death & S. Darr – 3 hits, 33 points each
  • 9th: B. Douglas – 1 hit, 26 points
  • 10th: J. Stautberg – 1 hit, 10 points

The rest had less than 10 points. We even had three 0-fers, if you can believe it. Can you believe it Thunderpants?

Anyway, that was then… and this is right fukken now! 2017. It’s on! We’ve got 42 lists this year, people. The selection pool holds 169 individual celebrities… any of which could drop dead at any moment. A prize package 2 1/2 times the size of 2016’s hangs in the balance. Dr. Death is going to have to employ TWO pigeons come January of next year just to fly all this shit out to the winner. A big thanks to everyone who is participating this year. Welcome newbies and returning veterans. And a friendly middle-finger to all the spectators. Hopefully we can lure you out of the bleachers and onto the playing field in 2018. In the meantime, enjoy the show.

Punjabi Passage

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“Drop the tandoori chicken and step away from the buffet, asshole.”

Om Puri
Actor, Bollywood stud, curry fiend.
October 18, 1950 – January 6, 2017.
Aged 66 years.

Most recognized for: Roles in “The Ghost & the Darkness,” “Wolf,” and “City of Joy”… along with countless other Indian films that you’ll never see.

Almost There!!

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All lists and selections have been posted.  However, we’re still working on some of the functionality of the site.

Participants: keep an eye on your in-box for a message containing your login & password.  The default is some insanely long string of letters & numbers, but you can change it to whatever is easy to remember once you’re logged in.  “Why do I need to be logged in?” you ask?  In order to post comments you must a) be a registered participant… and b) be logged in.  The login link is on the home page under “Meta.” It may take some extra time to get the Shit Talk forum built, so in the meantime feel free to make comments on any post & get the ball rolling.

A Bad Week for TV Clergy

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“Another Nun role? Take me now, lord.”

Barbara Tarbuck
Actress, teacher, that broad from that TV show.
January 15, 1942 – December 26, 2016
Aged 74 years.

Most recognized for: She played small parts in everything from The Waltons to Mad Men, but frequently wound up in a nun’s habit.  Must’ve had that look.

No Mo Malvo

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“What?! You ain’t never seen a brotha wear a coonskin cap before?!”

Ricky Harris
Comedian, actor, Snoop Dogg hang-around.
January 26, 1962 – December 26, 2016.
Aged 54 years.

Most recognized for:  The earliest days of Def Comedy Jam and his recurring role on Everybody Hates Chris.

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