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Cause of death was not revealed.In rock’s rich pantheon, we’ve had plenty of bands with multiple members dying of the same thing (cancer, drugs, etc.) And we’ve had band members choosing the same form of suicide (sad, sad Badfinger hanging themselves). We’ve even had two band members dying of a motorcycle accident three blocks away from each other and one a year apart (Duane Allman and Berry Oakley). But the death of Kantner and Anderson is the first time that two members of the same band have died on the same day at the same age in two different locations.Of course, we have lost multiple band members on the same day in more traditional ways, namely small chartered airplane plane crashes.
You would expect the Coalition vote to improve on its 2013 result of 34.3%, but getting to a level where it can hope to re elect its six members will be tough. Preferences with the Christian Democrats and other conservative minor parties may be important in either delivering either a sixth Coalition seat on less than a quota, or Coalition preferences could deliver a seat to the Christian Democrats. The Christian Democrats polled 1.7% in 2013 and 1.9% in 2010, but the party has polled better at NSW Legislative Council elections where there are fewer columns on the ballot paper.
“The Vishwa Hindu Parishad vice president Om Prakash Singhal said, “This is a right decision, we welcome it. Homosexuality is against Indian culture, against nature, and against science. We are regressing, going back to when we were almost like animals.
Mike Francesa and Chris Dog Russo shook up the sports talk radio airwaves with their and the Mad Dog show on WFAN for nearly two decades. The legendary duo are considered icons of the industry and pioneers in the format because of how they interacted and ran their show. Due to this, ESPN Films for 30 series approached the duo about doing a documentary on their partnership and the show that launched sports talk radio as we know it today.