R.I.P. Ray Bradbury

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    One of the greatest authors of our time.

    Sad to hear.
     
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    I remember seeing "Fahrenheit 451" at a Jr. High Assembly.
     
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    As did I... Must have been common back then...
     
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    I hate to see writers of this caliber pass on.
     
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    R.I.P. Mr. Bradbury

    I am a great fan of his books.
    I started reading them when I was a kid.
     
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    He did lead a full life... 91 is an accomplishment in itself..
     
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    Damn I thought he was already dead.

    Great writer. I particularly enjoyed Zero Hour and By the Numbers.

    Vonnegut a couple of years ago and now Bradbury.

    Where have all the great writers gone?
     
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    Wow. One of the Founding Fathers of Science Fiction is gone.
     
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    Ray Bradbury Enters Another Dimension: Ray Bradbury looked around, and wrote about it: An Appreciation - latimes.com

    Ray Bradbury belonged to Los Angeles.

    Like many with a similar tie to this city, he came from somewhere else &#8212; Waukegan, Ill. &#8212; but it was really after his family moved to California in 1934 that he came into his own.

     
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