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In Memoriam: Celebrities

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Prince Philip passed away today. He would have been 100 in June.
I remember heading home from watching a short film I was an extra in a couple of years ago last night, and while on City Link heading home, I decided to change the radio station in my car to ABC NewsRadio and it was carrying the news that Prince Philip had died (I changed the station at approximately 2345 last night AEST- UTC+10). Even though it was last night, it will be up there with the deaths of Princess Diana (in 1997) and Michael Jackson (in 2009) or the disintegration of the Colombia Space Shuttle upon reentry (in 2003) as one of those things that you remember where you were when you heard the news.
 
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