Get in on our version of the game Deadpool.

Traditional Deadpool is played by picking 12 people in January that you think will die in the coming year.  We here at the Puppy have been mulling over ideas on how to play with Loyal Readers.  Literally, years.  Thanks to the good folks at Super Politically Incorrect, I’ve come up with an idea.


1.Readers can nominate a celebrity to be placed on the card.

2. If  a vertical, horizontal, or diagonal pattern of five or the Four Corners are dead, a completely new card will be generated. The game ends at midnight on New Years Eve and a new card will be generated.

3. If they’re dead, they’re dead.  You can’t nominate someone for that space.

4.They have to be not only merely dead, but really most sincerely dead! No rumors.

5.You can’t nominate someone who is already dead, that’s cheating.

6.You can nominate one person at a time.  If you’re spamming, we’ll take your first pick and laugh at the rest of them.

8.You can only nominate someone in the comment section below.  For the purposes of this game you cannot use our facebook comment feature.

9.I reserve the right, in my unchallenged opinion to change the rules whenever I get a wild hair up my ass.

10.I determine who does and does not get placed on the card.  You can argue.  But I’ll argue back.  May the best comic win.

11.You are strongly encouraged to share this post on social media.

12. The is no Rule Seven.

Go ahead and bookmark this page.  I’ll only update the card from here. The version will be the number in the top left corner.


Leonard Nimoy, Dead at 83

Actor, producer, director, author, poet, teacher, photographer Leonard Nimoy died on Friday morning at his home in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles. He was 83.  His wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, confirmed his death, saying the cause was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Leonard Nimoy was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to Dora (Spinner) and Max Nimoy, who owned a barbershop. His parents were Ukrainian Jewish immigrants. Raised in a tenement and acting in community theaters since age eight, Nimoy did not make his Hollywood debut until he was 20, with a bit part in Queen for a Day (1951).

In 1954, he married actress Sandra Zober (1927–2011), whom he divorced in 1987.[14] On New Year’s Day of 1989, he married actress Susan Bay. He is survived by his two children, Adam Nimoy, Julie Nimoysix grandchildren and a great-grandchild,


He enlisted in the United States Army Reserves in the early 1950s. Unfortunately, his personal records were destroyed in a fire in 1973, but a few things are still known about his activities during his service. He spent a total of 18 months in the Reserves, and his service number was ER 11 229 770. He spent most of his time at Ft. McPherson in Georgia, and was discharged in 1955 having earned the rank of sergeant.

Ssgt Nimoy
Ssgt Nimoy





Other Roles

THEM! (1954)- Uncredited Army Sergeant.



Highway Patrol (1956)

Dragnet (1959,1954)

Sea Hunt (1958-1960)

Bonanza (1960)


Rawhide (1961)

Twilight Zone (1961)

Wagon Train (1959-1962)

Perry Mason (1963)

Dr. Kildare (1963)

The Outer Limits (1964)

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964)

Combat! (1963-1965)

Get Smart (1966)


Gunsmoke (1961-1966)


Mission: Impossible (1969-1971)

A Woman Called Golda (1982)

T.J. Hooker (1983)


Fringe (2009-2012)

Oh yeah, he was on Star Trek too.