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[QUOTE]Originally posted by fjp451:
CBS icon Mike Wallace: 93
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/cu...nd-93-153527720.html

Mike Wallace interviewing Ray:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...0FARU&feature=relmfu


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Very sad to hear about Mike Wallace this morning.
 
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100 Years ago: ...


British TV and radio have been obsessed with the Titanic centenary, and I'm all Titanicked out. However, if you have 18 minutes to spare, I recommend a programme from the BBC World Service which recreates the exchange of telegraph messages on that fateful night. Really quite poignant to hear the trivial messages being interrupted:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00q89fy


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It is wrong that there are only three minutes of the movie I want to see in 3D? Wink


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Rock and Roll "American Bandstand" icon, Dick Clark, 82!

http://tv.yahoo.com/news/dick-clark-dead-at-82.html
Peace...Rock On!
 
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This one is huge. End of an era and farewell to a great guy.
 
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It is wrong that there are only three minutes of the movie I want to see in 3D? Wink


Yes, John, that is very wrong. (And yes, I CAN guess which three minutes...)


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Jonathan Frid.


"Love Forever!"
 
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Jonathan Frid.


My very first (of many) love/crush! Goodnight, sweet prince!
 
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The days the music died! Levon Helms, 71
http://www.wtop.com/?nid=551&sid=2833813


True Joy ~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...t=PL27361AE6F790DCBA

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The days the music died! Levon Helms, 71
http://www.wtop.com/?nid=551&sid=2833813

Oh, my! I was just about ready to post him a happy birthday next month! Love The Band!


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Okay, can we call Jonathan Frid, Dick Clark, and Levon Helm a group of three and not have anymore dying like flies for awhile? I'm game if you are!
 
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TV and film composer Joel Goldsmith (son of the late Jerry Goldsmith).


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