#1
and therefore, so has isihac...

shame.

the man was a legend.
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#4
Yea really upsetting I loved that show and Humph was a legend. RIP
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#6
That show did rule. Went to see him play trumpet a couple of years ago with my dad. Phenomenal. Sucks that the show is gone, as well as him
#8
who?
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#10
Such a brilliant presenter. I hope ISIHAC carries on, but finding someone to fill his shoes will be really hard.
#11
And "I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue" My parents saw that on thursday, without him. Then he died
#12
i thought that

till i found out about him on the news tonight
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#13
its not like he died a young man! anything over 80 - theyve had a fair share of this earths oxygen i think.

maybe its sad to the people who will miss him, but surely most people will forget in a max. of 2days
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its not like he died a young man! anything over 80 - theyve had a fair share of this earths oxygen i think.

maybe its sad to the people who will miss him, but surely most people will forget in a max. of 2days

And the people who will miss him are pretty much every single person who listened to ISIHAC. Which is a fair number.
#15
I was devastated, Humph was a hero of mine and the world is a poorer place without him.
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#16
atleast he lived a long life
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#17
well yeah, i meant that whatever number - then the rest i.e radio1 punk kids or the rest of the uk
#18
Louis armstrong said he was the greatest jazz trumpeter ever.
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atleast he lived a long life


True I suppose. I know it's weird but I always assumed he'd outlive me despite being some 60 years my senior. He was just one of those guys I guess, timeless.

EDIT: [To above post] I wouldn't argue with that claim.
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#20
One of those guys I just expected to go on forever and ever. Like Bruce Forsythe. Filthy mind. Will miss him terribly.
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Quote by davedoom
its not like he died a young man! anything over 80 - theyve had a fair share of this earths oxygen i think.

maybe its sad to the people who will miss him, but surely most people will forget in a max. of 2days



yeah, **** all dead people. the majority of the world didnt know them so who really cares, right?

idiot.

he did the show for 36 years.
50 seasons worth of fans are gonna miss him because he basically was ISIHAC, and it just wouldnt be the same if they replaced him.
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