For now, Dick Clark, so long. Old school American success story Dick Clark dead at 82 from a heart attack.
America’s Oldest Teenager, Dick Clark won Emmys, Grammys, Lifetime Achievement Award, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and induction into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame.
For the past 5 decades, Dick Clark thrived with his own Production company and quietly became one of Hollywood’s wealthiest showmen.
Dick Clark lived the American Dream with a vengeance. For now, Dick Clark, so long.
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The winningest college football coach of all time, Joe Paterno died today at 85.
JoePa suffered in his final 2 months on Earth from lung cancer, broken bones and more importantly a broken heart, once his good name, college and football life was abruptly taken from him.
Not fired but killed by the board of trustees. How well will the Penn State Board of Trustees sleep tonight?
Honor, ethics and education.
“ I feel that the board made a bad decision in letting Joe Paterno go. I’m very disappointed in their decision.
I thought they showed no courage, not to back someone who really needed it at the time.” – Franco Harris
RIP great football coach. Joe Paterno made Penn State a better place.
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Happy Birthday Champ. Legendary boxer and humanitarian Muhammad Ali “I am the Greatest” turned 70 years old on jan. 17
This time he defeated Smoking Joe Frazier in the arena of life and death.
A $1000 a plate birthday party honored the Champ in Louisville, Kentucky.
Born Cassius Clay, he won a boxing gold medal for the United States in the 1960 Rome Olympics.
Clay joined the Nation of Islam and became Muhammad Ali. He refused to go fight in the Vietnam War and was jailed.
Ali’s stunning 1st round success against feared Sonny Liston put him on the boxing map.
Floating like a butterfly and stinging like a bee, his epic trilogy with Joe Frazier, including the Thrilla in Manila, made Ali the greatest.
With the introduction of the Rope-a-Dope, Muhammad Ali was able to defeat the younger, bigger, stronger George Foreman in 1974’s Rumble in the Jungle.
Millions cheered his name – Ali Ali Ali. Muhammad Ali has been awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
“ I ain’t got no quarrel with the Viet Cong.” – Muhammad Ali
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