Put the world to rights here (off-topic discussion)
Terry Jones was my favourite Python (though I like them all). I think his humour was the second most surreal after Terry Gilliam's and before Michael Palin's. Chapman, Cleese and Idle were more towards the conventional end of comedy, but still pretty silly.
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Reed Mullins of Corrosion of Conformity - passed away at 53. Longstanding problems by the looks, couldn't make the flight when they last played BoA but gave the band a great groove when he was on form
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Not a 'celebrity' but posting because he was a friend of mine and long-time Bloodstock attendees will remember Conquest of Steel, but I'm sad to say that their singer, Dan Durrant, has passed away. Apparently he suffered a fall whilst out running. RIP Dan. Always was a pleasure to be around
Stirling Moss has died aged 90, not from coronavirus though. A motor racing legend from a very different era who survived when many of his peers did not. A true gentleman of the sport.