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  1. › wiki › Ike_ColeIke Cole - Wikipedia

    Ike Cole was born to Rev. Edward J. Coles and Perlina (Adams) Coles, and was born and grew up in Chicago, Illinois. His brothers Nat King Cole (1919–1965), Eddie (1910–1970), and Freddy (1931–2020) also each pursued careers in music. Ike played drums in his youth.

  2. Cole has served as a contributing editor of The Spectator, columnist for Spectator Life, and Westminster correspondent for The Sun. In May 2020 it was announced that he would return to The Sun , to become political editor in June, [13] succeeding Tom Newton Dunn who left The Sun to become a commentator for Times Radio .

  3. › name › nm0558726Thom Mathews - IMDb

    Thom Mathews, Actor: The Return of the Living Dead. Thom Mathews was born on November 28, 1958 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for The Return of the Living Dead (1985), Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986) and Bloodmatch (1991).

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  6. Baseball’s delayed spring training schedule begins on Thursday, March 17th, a familiar date, of course, because it’s Nat King Cole’s birthday and a day much celebrated as St. Patrick’s Day. That’s closely followed by St. Joseph’s Day on the 19th, celebrated as the time when the swallows return to the old mission San Juan Capistrano.

  7. "Yarrr kids, ahoi at R.M.S. Freddy Fazbear's pizza set sail, mommy grabs a cocktail, daddy answers an e-mail and I might just impale your frail human body right on my hook!" "I mean..." "This jam has diversifiers, not few in number, some of wich he chose, our initiator. Yarrr, he chose 8 bits, the NES fits the kits of 8 bits."