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Vaella Blackwell

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  1. Van Williams, star of TV's "The Green Hornet," died Nov. 28 at 82. Alice Drummond, character actress in films like "Ghostbusters," "Awakenings" and "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective," died Nov. 30 at 88. Andrew Sachs, who played waiter Manuel on TV's "Fawlty Towers," died Nov. 23 at 86. Big Syke, '90s rapper on 2Pac songs like "Picture Me Rollin'," died Dec. 5 at 48. Peter Vaughan, partially blind actor best known for playing Aemon Targaryen on HBO's "Game of Thrones," died Dec. 6 at 93. Greg Lake, co-founding member of King Crimson and Emerson, Lake & Palmer, died Dec. 7 at 69. And then yes John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth and a former U.S. senator, died Dec. 8 at 95.
  2. Keo Woolford, actor in "Hawaii Five-O" and "Godzilla," died Nov. 25 after suffering a stroke at 49. Grant Tinker, former NBC, MTM boss behind '70s, '80s TV hits like "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," died Nov. 28 at 90.
  3. *sighs and just posts* Fritz Weaver, Tony-winning character actor best known for "The Twilight Zone," "Holocaust" and "Fail Safe," died Nov. 26 at 90. Colonel Abrams, '80s house singer best known for the club hit "Trapped," died Nov. 24 at 67.
  4. Ron Glass, ‘Barney Miller’ and ‘Firefly’ Actor, Dies at 71 on Nov 25 due to respiratory failure.
  5. Fidel Castro, the fiery apostle of revolution who brought the Cold War to the Western Hemisphere in 1959 and then defied the United States for nearly half a century as Cuba’s maximum leader, bedeviling 11 American presidents and briefly pushing the world to the brink of nuclear war, died Friday. He was 90.
  6. :( I think we need to have a better year. George Ortiz, "Project Runway" hairstylist who appeared on the modeling TV competition for five years, died Nov. 15 at 45 of an apparent suicide. Lisa Lynn Masters, actress who appeared on "Gossip Girl," "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" and "Law & Order: SVU," died Nov. 15 at 52 of an apparent suicide. Sharon Jones, Grammy-nominated soul singer with The Dap-Kings, died Nov. 18 at 60 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Florence Henderson, "The Brady Bunch" mom, dies at 82 from heart failure on Nov. 24.
  7. Apparently I missed one yesterday :( and yes Kishy I agree. David Mancuso, DJ and New York nightlife pioneer who popularized breaking new music in clubs via a "record pool," died Nov. 14 at 72.
  8. Leon Russell, influential singer-songwriter and all-star collaborator, died Nov. 13 at 74. Gwen Ifill, co-anchor of PBS' "NewsHour" with Judy Woodruff and a veteran journalist who moderated two vice presidential debates, died Nov. 14th of cancer, the network said. She was 61.
  9. Robert Vaughn, Oscar-nominated actor who starred on TV's "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.," died Nov. 11 at 83.
  10. More to add to the list :( Eddie Harsch, former Black Crowes keyboardist, died Nov. 4 at 59. Jean-Jacques Perrey, electronic music pioneer, died Nov. 4 at 87. Janet Reno, first woman to serve as U.S. attorney general, died Nov. 7 at 78 after a battle with Parkinson's disease. Leonard Cohen singer-songwriter behind 'Hallelujah,' died Nov. 10 at 82.
  11. On track so far so hope that will be soon but thank you!
  12. Well that is an intro that has made me smile. Welcome to the community and a good time to join. I hope you enjoy your time in the FF14 chapter and make new friends in other games!
  13. I suppose I should chose 'The Forest'.
  14. Just keeping with my duties here are some more people that have passed on. May then rest in piece. Some may or may not go unnoticed. Robert "Big Sonny" Edwards, The Intruders singer best known for 1968 hit "Cowboys to Girls," died Oct. 15 at 74. Kevin Meaney, standup comic who attended SUNY Morrisville, died Oct. 21 at 60. Pete Burns, Dead Or Alive singer best known for 1985 hit "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)," died Oct. 23 after a massive cardiac arrest at 57. Bobby Vee, '60s teen idol who replaced Buddy Holly and helped Bob Dylan get his start, died Oct. 24 after a battle with Alzheimer's disease at 73.
  15. Welcome Nalzarion. It's good to have an Imperial of your stature joining our Imperial Regime. I do hope that you find your place here in the Empire. If not I'm sure we can find a place for you. With regards, Agent Invalid Character
  16. Welcome to the guild and to Ordo. I hope that you find what you are looking for and well .... you know I will pick on you so deal with it.
  17. Zomg! How did I miss Rav's intro? This is earth shattering! I should like find a corner and put myself on a time out. In any case it's been great getting to know you. Wicked awesome sense of humor and I look forward to running more with you. (ps: thank you for helping me with the HM FP's.)
  18. Welcome Kohen! I'm really starting to hate saying Odin is right so much but he is in this case. I can't wait to meet more Final Fantasy members. Enjoy your time here.
  19. Nice to have you! Odin is right it's good to see more of the Final Fantasy people joining and saying hi! I hope you are enjoying your gaming with us.
  20. So ... it seems lady luck and I are on the outs right now. It's ok woman I will get you next time. Your hand is going to fail you one of these days and I will get the last laugh!

    1. Bonne


      YEA! Kick it in the face just for me and we can both laugh, lmao.

    2. Vaella Blackwell

      Vaella Blackwell

      While normally I would hope people wouldn't encourage my violent behavior in this case two thumbs up and I will get to work on kicking that bitch in the jaw.

  21. For the love of god don't let him do it!!!! Also welcome back. I have heard such wonderful stories about you. Muhahaha.
  22. Hmmm I mean I'm as boring as they come. I learned to play the flute when I was younger and moved to the clarinet only to then have to learn to play the bass clarinet. That is an interesting and expensive thing to play. My hobby is also strange as it is finding new and wonderful ways to embarrass my almost 14 year old daughter. It's the best hobby in the world.
  23. Welcome Rem. I have gotten to know you over the past few months with the other place and I can honestly say it's a great pleasure. You are one of the few that I call a friend from there. We are lucky to have you. <3 I hope you have as much fun here as I do.
  24. So since the last post I did some research. So far in 2016 we have lost about 185-186 people that have been in the public eye in some way or another. Since the last post however we have not taken notice of a few that hit harder than others. Jim Harrison, "Legends of the Fall" author, died March 26 at age 78. David Baker, Grammy-nominated jazz composer and Pulitzer Prize nominee, died March 26 at 84. James Noble, "Benson," "10" actor and Broadway veteran, died March 28 at 94. Patty Duke, Oscar and Emmy-winning actress, former child star and mother of "Lord of the Rings" actor Sean Astin, died March 29 of sepsis from a ruptured intestine at 69. Ronnie Corbett, British comedian and star of "The Two Ronnies," died March 31 at age 85. Gato Barbieri, Grammy-winning Latin jazz musician and "Last Tango in Paris" composer, died April 2 at 83. Porn star Amber Rayne, whose real name was Meghan Wren, died April 2 at age 31 after appearing in more than 200 adult films. Erik Bauersfeld, the voice of Admiral Ackbar ("It's a trap!") in "Star Wars" films, died April 3 at age 93. Leon Haywood, '70s soul singer best known for "I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You" (sampled by Dr. Dre for "Nothin' But a G Thang"), died April 5 at 74. Merle Haggard, country music legend who had more than 30 No. 1 hits, died April 6 on his 79th birthday. Blackjack Mulligan, a former New York Jets player, '70s WWE star and father of pro wrestlers Barry Windham, Kendall Windham and former SU wrestler Mike Rotunda (a.k.a. Irwin R. Schyster or I.R.S.) and grandfather of Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas, died April 7 at 73. Tony Conrad, an artist, musician, experimental filmmaker, University at Buffalo professor, and member of the pre-Velvet Underground band The Primitives with John Cale and Lou Reed, died April 9 at 76. David Gest, a producer, Michael Jackson collaborator, reality TV star and ex-husband of Liza Minelli, died April 12 at 62. Doris Roberts, Emmy-winning actress on "Everybody Loves Raymond," died April 18 at 90. Les Waas, songwriter for nearly 1,000 jingles include the Mister Softee ice cream truck song, died April 19 at 94. Pearl Washington, Syracuse basketball legend who popularized the crossover and "shake and bake" moves, died April 20 at 52. Victoria Wood, British comedian, singer and writer, died April 20 at 62. Joanie "Chyna" Laurer, WWE wrestling legend and Rochester native, died April 20 at 46. Guy Hamilton, director of "Goldfinger" and three more James Bond films, died April 21 at 93. Prince, music legend behind hits "Purple Rain," "When Doves Cry," "Batdance," "1999," "Kiss" and others, died April 21 at 57. Lonnie Mack, blues guitar great who inspired everyone from Eric Clapton and Keith Richards to Stevie Ray Vaughan and Joe Bonamassa, died April 21 at 74. Michelle McNamara, True Crime Diary writer and wife of comedian Patton Oswalt, died in her sleep April 21 at age 46. Papa Wemba, world music star and "the king of Congolese rumba," died April 23 at 66 after collapsing on stage at an Ivory Coast concert. Billy Paul, Grammy-winning jazz and soul singer best known for the 1972 hit "Me and Mrs. Jones," died April 24 at 80. Madeleine LeBeau, best known for singing "La Marseillaise" as Yvonne in the 1942 film "Casablanca," died May 1 at 92. Afeni Shakur, film/music producer and mother of rapper Tupac Shakur, died May 2 at 69. William Schallert, Patty Duke's TV dad and actors' union leader died May 8 at 93. Nick Lashaway, actor in "Girls," "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," "The Last Song" and "The X-Files," died in a car crash May 8 at 28. Tonita Castro, actress in "Funny People," "Go On" and "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World," died May 8 at 63. Gene Gutowski, Roman Polanski collaborator and producer for the Oscar-winning movie "The Pianist," died May 10 at 90. Julius La Rosa, pop singer famously fired on the Arthur Godfrey show in 1953, died May 12 at 86. Bill Backer, the real-life Don Draper who came up with Coca-Cola's iconic "I'd like to buy the world a Coke" ad, died May 13 at 89. Darwyn Cooke, comic book artist best known for reimagining the Justice League in 2004's "DC: The New Frontier," died May 14 at 53 after a battle with lung cancer. Jane Little, Atlanta Symphony bassist who held the Guinness World Record for the longest professional tenure with a single orchestra, died May 15 at 87 after after collapsing on stage during a performance. Emilio Navaira, Tejano music legend, died May 16 at 53. Guy Clark, Grammy-winning country singer-songwriter, died May 17 at 74. Morley Safer, CBS News correspondent, died at 84 on May 19, days after retiring from "60 Minutes." John Berry, original Beastie Boys member, died May 19 at 52 after a long struggle with dementia. Alan Young, star of TV's "Mister Ed" and the voice of Scrooge McDuck on "Duck Tales," died May 19 at 96. Nick Menza, former Megadeth drummer, died May 21 after collapsing on stage at age 51. Jeanne Parr, former CBS correspondent and mother of "Sex and the City" star Chris Noth, died May 23 at 92. Joe Fleishaker, cult movie star in Troma films like "The Toxic Avenger," died May 23 at 62. Burt Kwouk, 'Goldfinger' and 'The Pink Panther Strikes Again' actor, died May 24 at 85. Beth Howland, who played Mel's Diner waitress Vera on 'Alice,' died Dec. 31, 2015. Her husband Charles Kimbrough announced the death May 24, 2016, in accordance with her wishes. Angela Paton, who played the innkeeper in "Groundhog Day," died May 26 at age 86. Jan Crouch, co-founder of the Trinity Broadcasting Network, died May 30 at 78. Muhammad Ali, the boxing legend born Cassius Clay, died June 3 at 74 after a long battle with Parksinson's disease. Johnny "The Greek" Karagiorgis, who appeared on "Real Housewives of New Jersey" with his wife Penny Drossos-Karagiorgis, died June 4 after a heart attack. Bobby Curtola, former Canadian teen idol and singer, died June 4 at age 73. Kimbo Slice, the MMA fighter and UFC star born Kevin Ferguson, died June 6 at 42. Theresa Saldana, "Raging Bull" and "The Commish" actress who became an advocate for stalker victims, died June 6 at 61. Gordie Howe, the four-time Stanley Cup champion and NHL legend known as "Mr. Hockey," died June 10 at 88. Christina Grimmie, "The Voice" singer who finished third on season six in 2014, died June 11 at 22 after being shot at an Orlando concert. Janet Waldo, who voiced Judy Jetson on "The Jetsons" and Josie on "Josie and the Pussycats," died June 12 at 96. Michu Meszaros, the "smallest man on Earth" who starred on "ALF" and appeared in the circus, "Big Top Pee-wee," and Michael Jackson ads, died June 13 at 76. Fred Caruso, "The Big Gay Musical" creator, died June 13 at 41 of an apparent suicide. Henry McCullough, former Wings guitarist who played with Paul McCartney on "Live and Let Die" and contributed to "Jesus Christ Superstar," died June 14 at 72. Ann Morgan Guilbert, "The Nanny" and "Dick Van Dyke Show" actress who also appeared on "Seinfeld" and "Life in Pieces," died June 14 at 87. Ronnie Claire Edwards, best known for playing Corabeth on "The Waltons," died June 14 in her sleep at age 83. Lois Duncan, YA author behind "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and "Hotel for Dogs," died June 15 at 82 P.M. Dawn's Prince Be, singer-rapper born Attrel Cordes and best known for the 1991 hit "Set Adrift on Memory Bliss," died June 17 at 46 from complications of diabetes and renal kidney disease. Ron Lester, actor best known for playing Billy Bob in "Varsity Blues," died June 17 at 45 from liver and kidney problems. Rubén Aguirre, best known for playing Profesor Jirafales on Mexico's "El Chavo del Ocho," died June 17 at 82. Alejandro "Jano" Fuentes, who sang on the Mexican version of "The Voice," died June 18 at 45 after being shot in Chicago. Anton Yelchin, actor in "Star Trek," "Terminator Salvation" and "Charlie Bartlett," died June 18 at 27 after being hit by his own car at his home. Ralph Stanley, bluegrass music legend and "O Brother Where Art Thou" singer, died June 23 at 89. Michael Herr, acclaimed author of Vietnam War memoir "Dispatches," died June 23 at 76. Bernie Worrell, masterful Parliament-Funkadelic keyboardist, died June 24 at his home at age 72. Bill Cunningham, famed New York Times fashion photographer, died June 25 at 87. Scotty Moore, pioneering rock guitarist for Elvis Presley, died June 28 at his home. He was 84. Rob Wasserman, founding member of RatDog, died June 29 at age 64 after being hospitalized. Elie Wiesel, author, Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor, died July 2 at 87. Michael Cimino, Oscar-winning "The Deer Hunter" director, died July 2 at 77. Noel Neill, original Lois Lane actress and "The Adventures of Superman" TV star, died July 3 at 95. Steven Young, member of M/A/R/R/S ("Pump Up the Volume") and Colourbox, died Wednesday, July 13. Bonnie Brown, of Country Music Hall of Fame trio The Browns died July 16 at 77. Alan Vega, Suicide singer and punk rock pioneer, died July 16 at 78. Garry Marshall, legendary writer, director and actor whose credits include "Happy Days," "Laverne & Shirley" and "Pretty Woman," died July 19 at 81. Marni Nixon, 'The Sound of Music' singer best known dubbing vocals for Hollywood stars in 'The King and I,' 'My Fair Lady' and 'West Side Story,' died July 24 at 86. Miss Cleo, the famed TV psychic born Youree Harris, died July 26 at age 54 after a cancer battle. Jerry Doyle, "Babylon 5" actor best known for playing Chief Warrant Officer Michael Garibaldi, died July 27 at 60. Dave Schwartz, The Weather Channel meteorologist, died July 30 at 63 after a stomach cancer battle. David Huddleston, "The Big Lebowski" and "Santa Claus: The Movie" actor, died Aug. 2 at 85. Ricci Martin, singer and youngest son of Dean Martin, died Aug. 3 at 62. Sagan Lewis, "St. Elsewhere" actress best known for playing Dr. Jacqueline Wade, died of cancer Aug. 7 at 63. Barry Jenner, actor who played Admiral William Ross on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," died Aug. 8 at 75. John Saunders, longtime ESPN sportscaster, died Aug. 10 at 61. Glenn Yarbrough, founding member of folk trio The Limeliters, died Aug. 11 at 86. Ruby Wilson, blues, soul and gospel singer known as "The Queen of Beale Street," died Aug. 12 at 68. Kenny Baker, "Star Wars" actor who played R2-D2, died Aug. 13 at 81. Fyvush Finkel, Emmy-winning stage and screen actor best known for playing lawyer David Wambaugh on "Picket Fences," died Aug. 14 at 93. Bobby Hutcherson, legendary jazz vibraphonist, died Aug. 15 at 75. James Woolley, former Nine Inch Nails keyboardist, died Aug. 15 at 49 from neck-related injuries after falling off a ladder. John McLaughlin, political commentator and host of "The McLaughlin Group," died Aug. 16 at 89. Arthur Hiller, director of "Love Story, "The Out-of-Towners" and "See No Evil Hear No Evil," died Aug. 17 at 92. Jack Riley, 'The Bob Newhart Show' actor and voice of Stu Pickles on 'Rugrats,' died of pneumonia Aug. 19 at 80. Lou Pearlman, creator of Backstreet Boys and NSync, died in prison Aug. 19 at age 62. Matt Roberts, founding guitarist for 3 Doors Down, died Aug. 20 at 38. Toots Thielemans, jazz harmonica legend heard on 'Sesame Street' theme, died Aug. 22 at 94. Steven Hill, 'Law & Order' and 'Mission Impossible' actor, died Aug. 23 at age 94. Marvin Kaplan, character actor best known for playing diner patron Henry on 'Alice,' died Aug. 25 at 89. Juan Gabriel, superstar Mexican singer-songwriter, died Aug. 28 at 66. Mr. Fuji, famed wrestler and WWE manager born Harry Fujiwara, died Aug. 28 at 82. Darrell Ward, "Ice Road Truckers" reality TV star, died in a plane crash Aug. 28 at 52. Gene Wilder, comedy legend who starred in classic movies like "Young Frankenstein" and "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory," died Aug. 28 at age 83. Jon Polito, character actor best known for roles in "Barton Fink" and "The Big Lebowski," died Sept. 1 at 65. Kacey Jones, singer-comedienne best known for "I'm the One Mama Warned You About," "Donald Trump's Hair," and an appearance on "America's Got Talent," died Sept. 2 at 66. Jerry Heller, former N.W.A manager and Ruthless Records co-founder, died Sept. 2 at 75. Anna Dewdney, "Llama Llama" children's author, died Sept. 3 after a battle with brain cancer. Hugh O'Brian, best known for starring on TV's "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp," died Sept. 5 at 91. The Lady Chablis, a transgender performer best known for her role in "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil," died of pneumonia Sept. 8 at 59. Alexis Arquette, transgender activist and "The Wedding Singer" actress, died Sept. 11 at 47. Don Buchla, electronic music instruments inventor who helped develop the first line of modular synthesizers, died Sept. 14 at 79. Edward Albee, 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' playwright, died Sept. 16 at 88. Charmian Carr, who played Liesl von Trapp in 'The Sound of Music,' died Sept. 17 at 73. Curtis Hanson, Oscar-winning "L.A. Confidential" and "8 Mile" director, died Sept. 20 at 71. Shawty Lo, "Dey Know" rapper and member of "Laffy Taffy" hip-hop group D4L, died Sept. 21 in a hit-and-run crash at age 40. Stanley "Buckwheat" Dural Jr., Buckwheat Zydeco leader and Louisiana accordionist, died Sept. 24 at 68 Bill Nunn, best known for playing Radio Raheem in Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing," died Sept. 24 at 63. Jean Shepard, Country Music Hall of Famer and Grand Ole Opry member, died Sept. 25 at 82. Arnold Palmer, golf legend known as "The King," died Sept. 25 at 87. Agnes Nixon, creator of soap operas 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live,' died Sept. 28 at 93. Gary Glasberg, "NCIS" showrunner, died in his sleep Sept. 28 at age 50. Rod Temperton, Michael Jackson's "Thriller" songwriter and Heatwave member, died in September at 66. Neville Marriner, British conductor behind Oscar-winning "Amadeus" soundtrack, died Oct. 2 at 92. Joan Marie Johnson, The Dixie Cups singer known for 'Chapel of Love' and 'Iko Iko,' died Oct. 3 at 72. Tommy Ford, best known for playing Tommy on TV's "Martin," died Oct. 12 at 54 after an aneurysm. For the full list of people there is an article that someone is keeping up to date. This can be found HERE. In any case in the famous words from Kansas: " Carry on my wayward son. There'll be peace when you are done. Lay your weary head to rest. Don't you cry no more."