This is a little known yet fascinating part of our Irish Masonic History, showing the approach taken by Grand Lodge to rationalise the formation of Provincial Grand Lodges throughout the Island of Ireland. Some knowledgeable Brethren may already know that there were earlier Grand Lodges such as Cary and Dunluce, North Antrim Northern and Southern, Belfast Massereene and North Down, to name but a few. And of course, the earliest of our overseas Provinces- New Zealand was constituted in 1859, by The Duke of Leinster, who set out that this Province should meet in Auckland, New Plymouth, Thames and Dunedin, at the regular meeting places of the Lodges concerned.
After Merle was left on the roof a girl/ guy heard him shouting and decided to check it out - he/she finds Merle right before he cuts his hand of - rescues him and then they have to flee because the noise attracted more Walkers - they miss Daryl and the group and steal the white van - pick up the things of the OC run into a few troubles - gas, walkers, looters - miss the others again - follow them to CDC.
(this is Merle, you don't have to make him an complete asshole but he still has his moments - a lot of fights about different things - if OC is male they can brawl and put black eyes on each other, but please, if the OC is a girl don't make Merle abusive, I know in most stories he is an total asshole, but let's just say that he has too much pride to hit women)...
Raj Kapoor suffered from asthma in his later years; he died of complications related to asthma in 1988 at the age of 63. He collapsed at the event where he was to receive the Dadasaheb Phalke Award , and was taken to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) for treatment. He was hospitalised for about a month before he succumbed to complications arising from his asthma.  At the time of his death, he was working on the movie Henna (an Indo-Pakistan based love story). The film was later completed by his sons Randhir and Rishi Kapoor and was released in 1991.