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 Post subject: Is Graham still dead ?
 Post Posted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 6:31 am 
I heard somewhere recently that Graham Chapmans long battle with death had finally ended.
Does anyone know where is he is living now ?


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 Post Posted: Mon Mar 12, 2007 1:25 am 
Ask him what it felt like when his urn of ashes got knocked over.
Did it feel like he'd gone to pieces?


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 Post Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 3:03 pm 
I believe so. I although I beg to differ when GOD states he is in his basement. Clearly the basement to heaven is in my living room....


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 Post subject: Re: Is Graham still dead ?
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Graham Chapmans long battle with death

he's busy battling himself now

btw, '.', you are a nice spot for a picnic, aren't you? ;)

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As far as I know, his ashes were blew over Wales on New Years Eve 2000.

Or he has the major part in "The Dawn of the Dead". As one of the Zombies, of course. :wink:

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Laurelin wrote:
As far as I know, his ashes were blew over Wales on New Years Eve 2000.


I read that to

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Laurelin wrote:
Or he has the major part in "The Dawn of the Dead". As one of the Zombies, of course. :wink:


Didn't I see him in Shaun of the Dead as well?

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Cardinal Fang wrote:
Laurelin wrote:
Or he has the major part in "The Dawn of the Dead". As one of the Zombies, of course. :wink:


Didn't I see him in Shaun of the Dead as well?

CF


Then you have land of the dead, resident evil........

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Graham Chapman would have loved this topic.


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