Walter Cronkite
Posted by Kyle L. Varnell (+3744) 12 years ago
This is sad. Walter Cronkite just died.

http://www.foxnews.com/st...60,00.html

[This message has been edited by Kyle L. Varnell (7/17/2009)]
Top
supporter
Posted by Shu (+1793) 12 years ago
that is sad...but actually, I didn't know he was still alive.

..interesting that he passed within months of Paul Harvey...we lose the most recognizable radio voice and the most recognizable TV news anchor within months of each other. Intriguing to me because I was a Radio/TV major in college.

RIP
Top
supporter
Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17232) 12 years ago
Well into his late 80s, Mr. Cronkite was giving spot-on commentary on the conditions of our nation.

I knew this day was coming, but I miss him already. God speed, Walter.
Top
supporter
Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17232) 12 years ago
He followed the 1960s space race with open fascination, anchoring marathon broadcasts of major flights from the first suborbital shot to the first moon landing, exclaiming, "Look at those pictures, wow!" as Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon's surface in 1969.

Another of our government's lies.....sigh.

It is so sad that they duped the most trusted man in America.
Top
supporter
Posted by Steve Craddock (+2742) 12 years ago
And that's the way it is ... July 17, 2009.
Top