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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by bobyoung53, Sep 18, 2020.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87
Did she play Bass?
This is the only acceptable reply that won’t be considered political.
Nothing political about a famous Supreme Court Justice passing on. I don't think she played bass, that's why I put it in the Off Topic section.
There are only 9 of them. Aren't they all famous? And BTW she played bass and absolutely threw down the stank on some killer jams. But I'm also uneducated.
r.i.p. what a great life
I just got my reply deleted, which said pretty much exactly what buldog5151bass said above.
It got deleted, as political. So I figured a bass comment was the only way I should reply.
Yup, she had an extraordinary life, now why didn't I go to law school? Oh yeah, too dumb
Because music is better than law school.
It would have been a nice part time gig though.
She's a big hero to a lot of woman, she was only the second female supreme court justice and was quite active with woman's rights.
Trust me. You’re better off.
A dark day for sure.
Oh effing hell. Sorry for my language. RIP RBG.
If you haven't seen the movie RBG, you should, whether or not you agree with her court decisions.
Fun fact: She actually played bass on the score to that movie. Absolutely underrated.
RBG = Rad Bass Granny
That story was about as accurate as most biopics.
She has inspired lots of women, very sad shes gone, another 2020 moment, she did live a long life and worked right to the end.
When she was still in high school, I understand her mother also died of Cancer. I’ve known quite a few people who had pancreatic cancer. None lived long.
Yes, it's almost always fatal, the problem is they don't usually catch it soon enough, she's had about 4 types of cancer in the last couple of years, just a matter of time.
She was about as tough as they come. The cancer must have been determined if it beat the notorious RBG. RIP to her. She will be sorely missed.