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Thread: R.I.P. Captain Tom

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    R.I.P. Captain Tom

    So Sad

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    R.I.P. Captain Tom...An inspiration to everybody in these sad times ..Condolences to his family..

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    Very sad, but what a final year he had, he definitely showed many what life is about.

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    Indeed. RIP Sir Tom. Tremendous character and inspiration to all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelfastAndy View Post
    Indeed. RIP Sir Tom. Tremendous character and inspiration to all.
    Very sad indeed but as has been said what a way to live your life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
    R.I.P. Captain Tom...An inspiration to everybody in these sad times ..Condolences to his family..
    In a different league to wishy washy namby pamby pc woke or whatever, generation we have today. Theyre not fit to polish his boots.

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    Very sad but not entirely unexpected. He certainly had a good innings and was an inspirational character in the middle of this sh1tstorm that we are living through at the moment.

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    He certainly had an eventful final year too - imagine his kids, grandkids and great grandkids will remember him fondly.

    Thankfully he died with his daughters with him too unlike the rules in the first lockdown.

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