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

http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16099015

So:

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

deadmanwalking23 - 29 Oct 2011 19:00:01 (#81 of 17198)

ITV news described him as a loner, says it all.

JohnIlly - 29 Oct 2011 19:01:20 (#82 of 17198)

ITV news described him as a loner

That's nearly as bad as the neighbours saying "He kept himself to himself".

DorianJKHawkwack - 29 Oct 2011 19:10:08 (#83 of 17198)

Why is it so many male celebrities (esp lonely, fucked up ones) have such strange relationships with their mothers?

Electro - 29 Oct 2011 19:14:54 (#84 of 17198)

I blame Oedipus.

MCShufflesLastJourney - 29 Oct 2011 19:17:11 (#85 of 17198)

Has there ever been a good media week for loners?

JohnIlly - 29 Oct 2011 19:19:31 (#86 of 17198)

I wonder whether, given Sir Jim's sterling work at St James's in Leeds, someone will sing St James Infirmary Blues at his funeral:

I went down to St. James Infirmary,

Saw my baby there,

Stretched out on a long white table,

So cold, so sweet, so fair.

shadwell - 29 Oct 2011 19:56:14 (#87 of 17198)

Radio presenter Paul Burnett told Sky News...

'He did a lot of work as a porter in the hospital that he collected money for. He would go there at night and work as a porter and I think he loved the people that he worked with

chardonnay - 29 Oct 2011 20:06:36 (#88 of 17198)

Physically

VendorOfQuackNostrum - 29 Oct 2011 20:07:26 (#89 of 17198)

heh.

LadyDi - 29 Oct 2011 20:08:09 (#90 of 17198)

Oh dear. Didn't he do a lot at Stoke Mandeville too?

I'm conjuring up some awful thoughts here

VendorOfQuackNostrum - 29 Oct 2011 20:10:03 (#91 of 17198)

He went to Stoke Mandeville after being asked to leave the Leeds hospitals. Where, apparently, they kept a VERY close eye on him.

VendorOfQuackNostrum - 29 Oct 2011 20:12:22 (#92 of 17198)

When my son was in Leeds General we spent a lot of time there with him, and one of the nurses on his ward told us a few tales about wonderful man-of-the-people Jimmy Savile.

54321wibble - 29 Oct 2011 20:13:20 (#93 of 17198)

http://twitpic.com/77lw5x

Apparently Savile had an injunction preventing this picture apparently of him with children at a Jersey care home being published.

Tenesmus - 29 Oct 2011 20:13:40 (#94 of 17198)

All this innuendo is shocking. Doesn't anyone have any reliable links to show he really bummed corpses, or something?

VendorOfQuackNostrum - 29 Oct 2011 20:14:43 (#95 of 17198)

'A' Jersey care home, or 'the' Jersey care home?

54321wibble - 29 Oct 2011 20:17:40 (#96 of 17198)

That I don't know (but my first thought was the Jersey care home)

There surely can't be that many care homes on Jersey

arbitrary - 29 Oct 2011 20:19:05 (#97 of 17198)

A quick google reveals:

"I once interviewed Larry Grayson for a local radiostation. After the interview, Larry says to me 'Doyou know the truth about XXXXXX XXXXXX? All that workhe does at the hospitals - well it's all a front.The real reason he's happy to help the hospitalporters is because he likes to fuck the dead.'

"At which point Larry Grayson does an impersonationof XXXXXX fucking a dead body, while repeatingthe words 'fucks the dead, fucks the dead'

"Larry then sits down leans over to me and says 'hewon't be able to fucking fix that if it ever gets out!'"

WilyCoyote - 29 Oct 2011 20:19:14 (#98 of 17198)

Bronski Beat and The Communards won't be the same without him.

arbitrary - 29 Oct 2011 20:20:07 (#99 of 17198)

I think we can all now fill in the Xs without fear of libel.

LadyDi - 29 Oct 2011 20:20:42 (#100 of 17198)

Is it possible to fuck someone who's dead? I would have thought rigor mortis would be a bit of barrier

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