Discussion in 'Current Events' started by DavidS, Feb 28, 2009.
According to ABCNEWS, Paul Harvey, broadcasting legend, has died at the age of 90.
Bummer. I used to like listening to Paul Harvey.
Truly a classy gentleman who will be missed. They don't make 'em like him anymore.
His son seems to be carrying on the tradition. I always loved his 'The Rest of the Story' tales.
I remember hearing a Rest of the Story from Paul Harvey not too long ago..
Chelsea Clinton questioned a military General about withdrawing from Iraq and noted all of the ribons on his uniform made her believe that he wasn't afraid of anything..
The General replied: There are three things I'm afraid of in life:
I'm afraid of Osama
I'm afraid of Obama
and I'm afraid of your momma
I'm Paul Harveyyy..... GOOD DAY!
He was truly a icon in our culture. The other day I heard him, while at work. He did sound not as himself. I wonder if it was the last one or close to it. I will always cherish the time we had spent together driving to and from work. He was a friend that was always there. I will miss him a great deal. His sons will do their best to fill in.. but non can or will ever replace the Great Paul Harvey! Never. Think now of what a great audience he has !
RIP Paul Harvey
So Paul has moved on "To the Rest of the Story..."
See ya at Home Paul... Say high I to everyone for me. We'll miss ya in the mean time.
Paul Harvey will now have the opportunity to tell his tales to the ones who have passed... they are very lucky.
He was a true icon. I always looked forward to listening to him every day. While his stories usually didn't involve anything of great importance, I learned something new and interesting just about every time I listened to him.
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