#1
Any spelling or grammatical errors written above are because of my inferior brain to yours. Good job, you won life.
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#4
So that's the way it is.
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#5
...no. he WILL be missed. he gave so much to cable news. RIP Walter.
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#9
I've definetly heard his name alot before..

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#10
Who is he?
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#12
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what was his illness if anybody knows?


Old age?

The guy died 93 years old.
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#13
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Old age?

The guy died 93 years old.



it says he died of an illness


EDIT: okay now the article has more info, cerebral vascular disease
#14
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He was 92...are you THAT surprised?
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#15
This is a sad day, but not as sad as MJ, Billy Mays, Steve McNair and them dying. Walter was 92 and lived a long and successful life. The others were still young.
RIP Walter.
#17
You Americans really love your tv 'celebs'. Some guy from commercial channels some news guy etc. You act like you knew him personally.
#18
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You Americans really love your tv 'celebs'. Some guy from commercial channels some news guy etc. You act like you knew him personally.

It's sad that someone died. Try to imagine what the people who knew MJ and Billy Mays and those guys are going through. Death is a sad thing.
#19
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You Americans really love your tv 'celebs'. Some guy from commercial channels some news guy etc. You act like you knew him personally.


They were always there for us, so its like we knew them... tis a sad day indeed
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#20
You Americans really love your tv 'celebs'. Some guy from commercial channels some news guy etc. You act like you knew him personally.


This guy was not some ordinary celeb, he was THE television news anchor for much of the 20th century. Hell i'm Canadian, and my parents remember watching him when he covered the moon landings. Not many from the more recent generations know about him because he retired over twenty years ago just after television began expanding into the hundreds of channels it is now.
#21
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You Americans really love your tv 'celebs'. Some guy from commercial channels some news guy etc. You act like you knew him personally.


How about you shut your whore mouth n00b

RIP Walter.
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#22
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This guy was not some ordinary celeb, he was THE television news anchor for much of the 20th century. Hell i'm Canadian, and my parents remember watching him when he covered the moon landings. Not many from the more recent generations know about him because he retired over twenty years ago just after television began expanding into the hundreds of channels it is now.


Very true. The man had a sense of integrity that is rare to see in newscasts today. He was once voted as the most trusted man in America and was the voice over for much of the major events in the 1960s and 1970s.
#23
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You Americans really love your tv 'celebs'. Some guy from commercial channels some news guy etc. You act like you knew him personally.


Yes. Because we like these people. Sure we didn't know them, but they effected our lives, made us think, laugh, smile, and they were good people who died. Isn't that enough to be sad about their passing?
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#24
He was one of the reasons LBJ felt Vietnam was starting to get hopeless when Cronkite went over there with a camera crew to report the progress. If he thought enough was enough, then so did Americans. RIP
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#25
No way.

And to whoever said that we americans love our tv celebs...
Seriously I understand that you're not from my country and therefor have no idea how important this man was to an entire generation. But seriously shut up.

I hate television, I absolutely hate it. I watch it once every couple of weeks for the news and this is big to me. At one point in time many Americans when surveyed said they believed more in him than the president.

He was a legend and one hell of a reporter.

Edit: To those of you who don't know how important he was to America....

In 1977, Cronkite conducted a two-way interview in which he got Sadat to say he wanted to go to Israel if invited and then got Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin to say Sadat was invited if he wanted to come. Sadat's trip was a major step in Middle East peace efforts, and the leaders of the two nations received the 1978 Nobel Peace Prize.
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#26
Quote by rebofthetemple
This guy was not some ordinary celeb, he was THE television news anchor for much of the 20th century. Hell i'm Canadian, and my parents remember watching him when he covered the moon landings. Not many from the more recent generations know about him because he retired over twenty years ago just after television began expanding into the hundreds of channels it is now.
Couldn't have said it better myself.

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#27
this is the saddest death of the millennium.
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