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Perpetual Threads / Re: Memorials
« Last post by Debra on September 26, 2014, 02:07:44 PM »
I have no idea how on earth I can find out whether the surviving cats are safe and happy. I'm really concerned about this (obviously skdadl would have been as well).


 I've been wondering this as well.
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Perpetual Threads / Re: Memorials
« Last post by sparqui on September 26, 2014, 01:54:42 PM »
Bacchus might also know.
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Perpetual Threads / Re: Memorials
« Last post by Mandos on September 26, 2014, 01:14:10 PM »
The only one who *might* have any knowledge about this would be oldgoat.  Do you have any way of getting in touch with him?
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Perpetual Threads / Re: Memorials
« Last post by lagatta on September 26, 2014, 12:03:07 PM »
I have no idea how on earth I can find out whether the surviving cats are safe and happy. I'm really concerned about this (obviously skdadl would have been as well).
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Perpetual Threads / Re: Memorials
« Last post by sparqui on September 25, 2014, 08:38:34 PM »


A few blog posts are up about skdadl and pogge; Cathie's post has a brief comment from 900ft - I think someone was asking about her a while ago:

http://cathiefromcanada.blogspot.ca/2014/09/sad-news.html

I saw the comment, Holly. I had been asking after her and I left a message on her last post at Of Gods and Monsters (her blog site).

Susan/skdadl took to twitter so swiftly and with so much passion that I was surprised she abandoned it along with all other internet activity when she moved. I always hoped it was a temporary reprieve - a chance to settle into her new home. The fact that she let Robin/pogge change the setting on her Facebook page just last summer felt like her return might be a possibility - if not, why not kill the page.

Pogge's last two tweets were to promote the lovely Alison's blog posts on Creekside (something that he did regularly it would seem). Seems so odd to see those last posts so shortly before his death. He died peacefully in a hospital according to the brief obit notice. It's hard to tell whether he was ill for awhile or not. Still, that must have been such a blow to Susan.
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Perpetual Threads / Re: Memorials
« Last post by Holly Stick on September 25, 2014, 02:39:32 PM »
Inexpressibly sad to hear about both of them.  I always regretted skdadl's abrupt departure from here.
She was on twitter a lot for a while, then in 2011 left the internet completely, when she moved.

https://twitter.com/skdadl
@skdadl

A few blog posts are up about skdadl and pogge; Cathie's post has a brief comment from 900ft - I think someone was asking about her a while ago:

http://cathiefromcanada.blogspot.ca/2014/09/sad-news.html
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Perpetual Threads / Re: Memorials
« Last post by pookie on September 25, 2014, 10:50:17 AM »
Inexpressibly sad to hear about both of them.  I always regretted skdadl's abrupt departure from here.
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Perpetual Threads / Re: Memorials
« Last post by Mandos on September 25, 2014, 07:42:10 AM »
Terrible to hear that about pogge.  And he was the person we knew who was closest to skdadl.  That explains why his web site was still down.
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Perpetual Threads / Re: Memorials
« Last post by sparqui on September 24, 2014, 10:37:40 PM »
I don't think so, sparqui, according to the memorial, she was born in 1945, so it would have been the not-so-big 69, non? And October, not September (I checked).

Please don't forget the much younger pencil-skirt.

I was so terribly sad not to have met Boom Boom; he was alway so far away, and I have good friends in the very neighbourhood of Québec City where his hospital is located. It was freezing cold, but one family of friends live only a few short blocks from the hospital. Unfortunately he was in quarantine almost immediately, so I couldn't go up, and he died not long afterwards. I was hoping to be able to work out of my friends' house and run errands for him, as he hated the hospital food. Though I suspect that was nausea, as that particular hospital was famed for having improved its food recently.

I jumped a year, still too young. And yes, there was pencil-skirt who died tragically in a bike accident. And before that Heph who was also not old.

Boom Boom raved about the food at first and seemed to have a crush on the nutritionist. I suspect you're right about the nausea, lagatta.
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Perpetual Threads / Re: Memorials
« Last post by lagatta on September 24, 2014, 09:13:04 PM »
I don't think so, sparqui, according to the memorial, she was born in 1945, so it would have been the not-so-big 69, non? And October, not September (I checked).

Please don't forget the much younger pencil-skirt.

I was so terribly sad not to have met Boom Boom; he was alway so far away, and I have good friends in the very neighbourhood of Québec City where his hospital is located. It was freezing cold, but one family of friends live only a few short blocks from the hospital. Unfortunately he was in quarantine almost immediately, so I couldn't go up, and he died not long afterwards. I was hoping to be able to work out of my friends' house and run errands for him, as he hated the hospital food. Though I suspect that was nausea, as that particular hospital was famed for having improved its food recently.
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