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Tim Russert has died

Topic closed. 34 replies. Last post 8 years ago by longisldchinese.

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bigato1010's avatar - army

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Posted: June 14, 2008, 6:31 am - IP Logged

Rest  in Peace Mr Russert ! My salute to you !!!! He was a brilliant man.  I like watching " Meet the Press" on Sundays. I get a kick of unique style of Journalism. How he question the politicians aggresively. First thing that went through my  head was that did NBC have the proper equipment to try and revive him?Or the were too  too damn busy reporting news that they did not really pay attention to what was going on ? I hope it was not like that.

Hey lotto scholars what do Tim play For ? Tntea and chouquonete i need your help.

    MysteryMan424's avatar - batman22
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    Posted: June 14, 2008, 8:59 am - IP Logged

    Wow , reading this thread was funny- a corporate media slut blowhard would invoke so much passion on a lottery site.

      longisldchinese's avatar - beargoogle

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      Posted: June 14, 2008, 1:18 pm - IP Logged

      Just incase my friends in LP didnt know,  a reporter at Nbc...Dont remember his name right now.... He died yesterday at the age of 58.

      Take care.

        longisldchinese's avatar - beargoogle

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        Posted: June 15, 2008, 6:18 pm - IP Logged

        Wow , reading this thread was funny- a corporate media slut blowhard would invoke so much passion on a lottery site.

        085 Today!

          longisldchinese's avatar - beargoogle

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          Posted: June 21, 2008, 4:35 pm - IP Logged

          It's sad when anyone dies, but I couldn't stand Tim Russert, especially during the primaries.  Is that okay to say?  He was blatantly sexist and had little respect for women in politics.  I'm surprised to read all these comments from women.  I think reading about those boyscouts who got killed by the tornado or those 2 little girls who were shot walking down a country road was a lot more heart wrenching, but they weren't famous.

          My next door neighbor was buried last week and I attended the service.  He was an alcoholic and smoked himself to death by age 59.  So we all sat around and said wonderful things and I hugged his wife and told her he was in Heaven with the angels.  I wanted to say "Guess I'll never see that $10 bucks I loaned him a few months ago."  So as I said, it's always sad for someone when a loved one dies.  Rest in peace.

          Someday his wife may have to give you a helping hand-- who knows, No one knows the future, and it can be worth more than the 10 Bucks you lent her deceased Husband.  That's O.K.