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Started by RankBajin on Oct 29, 2011 2:57:01 PM
Sir Jimmy Savile dies aged 84


  • Kiddly fiddler?
  • Corpse toucher?
  • Other? (please specify)
  • All of the above?

54321wibble - 29 Oct 2011 20:20:52 (#101 of 17322)

Vendor - possibly the care home

VendorOfQuackNostrum - 29 Oct 2011 20:22:58 (#102 of 17322)

Not clicking on a fascist link, I'm afraid.

54321wibble - 29 Oct 2011 20:24:52 (#103 of 17322)

Sorry - hadn't looked where the link went

Try this

Leeds-based firm Fox Hayes has commenced legal action against The Sun newspaper on behalf of TV personality Jimmy Savile.

Savile, the star of children’s television favourite Jim’ll Fix It, decided to start proceedings against the Rupert Murdoch paper after a series of articles linked the former Radio One DJ with Jersey children’s home Haut de la Garenne.

The police are currently investigating the care home after human remains were found at the residence where children were allegedly tortured and sexually abused.

LadyDi - 29 Oct 2011 20:25:11 (#104 of 17322)

I'd be more willing to believe it was true if they called Wilfred Bramble by his real name, Wilfred Bramwell (I think but it's def not Bramble). As he was arrested for importuning (lovely word) in gents toilets, it seems likely he prefers men to little boys

didn't realise it was fascist until I read it

LadyDi - 29 Oct 2011 20:27:40 (#105 of 17322)

But didn't it turn out that the "human remains" didn't actually exist? I was listening to something about this on Radio 4. The whole thing was either made up or a big cover up

rafibrown - 29 Oct 2011 20:27:50 (#106 of 17322)

I'd only heard of him vaguely and I can't find much on the net about these rumours at all. But here is an interview with him, in which he denies all biblical knowledge of corpses and kids.

urbanspacemonkey - 29 Oct 2011 20:27:59 (#107 of 17322)

He claimed to have invented the disco.

In the 40s and 50s, the musicians union was very sniffy about people playing records in public without hiring musicians, Jimmy Saville solved the problem by hiring bands and not bothering to let them play.

VendorOfQuackNostrum - 29 Oct 2011 20:30:20 (#108 of 17322)

And he was the first 'dance hall' DJ to use two decks so he could segue records smoothly. But he fucked corpses, so it's a bit 'good news / bad news' really.

mancurse - 29 Oct 2011 20:37:32 (#109 of 17322)

Macman told me the sad news with the words: "Guess who's found himself face down on the slab tonight?"

I went to see Jim'll Fix It being recorded on a school trip when I was about 14.

LadyDi - 29 Oct 2011 20:38:35 (#110 of 17322)

Is there a doctor on the forum? Back to my question:

Is it possible to fuck a dead person?

In the You will Die thread, yumyum says that dead people groan etc and expel a lot of body fluid. Then I think rigor mortis sets in PDQ

Sabacious - 29 Oct 2011 20:41:32 (#111 of 17322)

Rigor mortis peaks a few hours after death and then gradually wears off over about 2 days.

Odd things can happen soon after death as motor nerves spontaneously fire. Sitting bolt upright in bed is not uncommon, and plenty of noises.

MadamZsaZsa - 29 Oct 2011 20:41:39 (#112 of 17322)

Rigor wears off again though, you can't keep a stiffie forever.

so to speak

VendorOfQuackNostrum - 29 Oct 2011 20:41:57 (#113 of 17322)

From notoriously reliable Wikipedia; Rigor mortis (Latin meaning "stiffness of death") is one of the recognizable signs of death that is caused by a chemical change in the muscles after death, causing the limbs of the corpse to become stiff and difficult to move or manipulate. In humans it commences after about 3 hours, reaches maximum stiffness after 12 hours, and gradually dissipates until approximately 72 hours (3 days) after death.

(my bold)

so, pot of lube and you're in.

mancurse - 29 Oct 2011 20:42:45 (#114 of 17322)

Of course it's possible to fuck a dead person. Dead people sigh rather than groan, in my experience, but that's a perfectly valid response when your corpse is being fucked by a creepy old man.

VendorOfQuackNostrum - 29 Oct 2011 20:42:50 (#115 of 17322)

erm, apparently.

< rattles jewellery >

LadyDi - 29 Oct 2011 20:46:11 (#116 of 17322)

I didn't realise rigor mortis wore off. Heck!But doesn't decompostion start pretty quickly?

VendorOfQuackNostrum - 29 Oct 2011 20:48:28 (#117 of 17322)

Not in a mortuary setting, I wouldn't imagine. But keeping bodies in cold storage will obviously slow the rate at which rigor wears off.

I'm thinking about this too much, aren't I?

54321wibble - 29 Oct 2011 20:48:42 (#118 of 17322)

Apparently he sat with his mother's corpse for several days after she died. I have really bad thoughts going through my head now. Thanks threadsters!

VendorOfQuackNostrum - 29 Oct 2011 20:49:13 (#119 of 17322)

It's a service we provide, Wibbs.

JollityFarm - 29 Oct 2011 20:50:31 (#120 of 17322)

He insists it was because the ground was too frozen immediately after her death to dig a grave.

I'm not going to comment, I know nothing about these things.

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