Discussion in 'The Thunderdome' started by Low Country Vol, Jan 14, 2016.
That one hurts.
His call of Gibsons home run in 1988 was the best.
He lived a very long and eventful life.
This one is one that stings.
He and Jack Buck were in a class by themselves. Could listen to either read the phone book.
Vin reminds me of childhood growing up a Dodgers fan in the Steve Garvey, Davey Lopes, Penguin era
Watching game 1 of 88 series on espn2.
I was so looking forward to the Athletics and their pitching staff kicking the Dodgers Ass. Dodgers took all momentum in game 1 and never looked back.
His John Adams bio was a tremendous read.
The Panama Canal one was just as good. Sometimes, the professional historians stick their noses up at the popular historical writers, but I really enjoyed his work.
I'm actually rereading Chernow's GW one right now.
Olivia Newton John
I loved her in Grease.
That black outfit; good gosh.
I liked her singing too, good date music. I had her 8-track.
Was also good
The way Chernow writes them I didn’t even feel like I was reading a “biography” so to speak
I woke up and saw the news to that, having her organs donated.
Reported that Dr's are trying to decide if any are okay for donation after fire damage and smoke inhalation.
Yep, she's dead now. Sad story.
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