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#2
D':

All my movie dreams as kid is ruin ;-;
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#6
If there ever were a life well lived, it was Christopher Lee's.

RIP
Come back if you want to
And remember who you are
‘Cause there's nothing here for you my dear
And everything must pass
#7
I loved Back to the Future. RIP.
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#9
I'm genuinely sad right now.

R.I.P. the only member of the LotR cast to actually meet J.R.R. Tolkein.

A poem.
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no girl, movember isnt for you. shave your stache pls

I can out-bore you any day
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#10
Quote by bdof
Can't be sad on this one. 93 is a baller ass age to die for someone that rocked for so long


Exactly, same thing when Les Paul died, and he was 95 I think.

But one way or another cant be at least somewhat said at the death of such a man, even if we should rejoice in their long, fruitful life and what they accomplished. We should be happier that he passed...peacefully I guess at an extremely ripe age.
Purple string dampener scrunchy.
#11
I think its the first time that I'm really sad because someone famous died. The man lived a great life, glad he had a peaceful death.
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I lol'ed.

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#14
RIP Nazi Hunter

longing rusted furnace daybreak seventeen benign nine homecoming one freight car
#15
F to pay respects

F
Dance in the moonlight my old friend twilight


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What's this about ****ing corpses? My UG senses were tingling.
#17
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Gutted.

And actually a bit surprised, I honestly thought he was immortal.


Hey, even Saruman died.
Purple string dampener scrunchy.
#19
The man cheated death on more than one occasion. Contracted malaria 6 times in a year, climbed Mount Vesuvius a mere 3 days before it had a major eruption, which he knew was going to happen at some stage, survived at least one bombing, and then you have the potential near death experiences through his Nazi hunting and SAS days, which he wouldn't talk about.

All that before he was 25.
#21
RIP Killer of four thousand Saxon men
Seattle Seahawks


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#23
Quote by Deliriumbassist
The man cheated death on more than one occasion. Contracted malaria 6 times in a year, climbed Mount Vesuvius a mere 3 days before it had a major eruption, which he knew was going to happen at some stage, survived at least one bombing, and then you have the potential near death experiences through his Nazi hunting and SAS days, which he wouldn't talk about.

All that before he was 25.


This.

We shouldnt be sad, we should be honored this man existed and lived a long and eventful life. We should celebrate his life, not mourn his death.

Well maybe mourn too but, not as much.
Purple string dampener scrunchy.
#24
Quote by ErikLensherr
I loved Back to the Future. RIP.


Christopher Lee wasn't in "Back to the Future". That was Christopher Lloyd.
#26
Damn, what an accomplished dude.

Hell of a role model.
My God, it's full of stars!
#27
Quote by jugglingfreak
Christopher Lee wasn't in "Back to the Future". That was Christopher Lloyd.

I was actually confusing him with Lea Thompson. Awkward.
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#28
At least he finished the hobbit part 3
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I can't believe you are whoring yourself out like that.

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#29
I remember seeing it on facebook and assuming it was a joke, but its sad to hear hes really dead
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#30
Now i have to listen to Rhapsody (of Fire) for nostalgia.
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Bitches be Crazy.

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#31
I mean, he was a main villain in both Star Wars and Lord of the Rings. That's so cool and impressive.
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#32
dang.
O.K.

“There's never enough time to do all the nothing you want.”
~ Bill Watterson


O__o
#33
Rip
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#34
He was a legend in his professional career and a worthy role model in his personal life. He will be missed by many, myself among them.
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
#35
He was a saint on earth. He brought hope and prosperity to sections of Morocco, I hear. Christopher Lee; God among Men.
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#36
Damn. He was one of the greats. That voice was iconic. Gonna miss seeing him in movies. Every role I saw him in, he did great. Time for a well-deserved rest.
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#37
He will rise again. Dracula never truly dies.
Yes I am guitarded also, nice to meet you.
#39
Quote by ErikLensherr
I was actually confusing him with Lea Thompson. Awkward.


His tits were bigger than hers..
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