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    Ed Schultz, Former MSNBC Host, Dies at 64

    I use to text him questions for his show and he would always answer back and thank me. Rest in peace Ed. Thank you.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/ed...D=ansmsnnews11
    Last edited by marv2; 07-05-2018 at 11:12 PM.

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    What a shock. He was a stand-up guy and an ace newsman and host. RIP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sansradio View Post
    What a shock. He was a stand-up guy and an ace newsman and host. RIP.
    He was an excellent individual. He was a fighter.......I like fighters!

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    Wow! I had forgotten all about him. He was part of the great days at MSNBC. I like that he spoke to the working class, something we sure could have used during the last election cycle.

    R.I.P., Ed!

    I was just sitting here wondering how someone dies of natural causes as the age of 64, but then I saw that he was once a football player.
    Last edited by soulster; 07-06-2018 at 01:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sansradio View Post
    What a shock. He was a stand-up guy and an ace newsman and host. RIP.
    I totally agree with your comment. He was an icon. Another icon that used to be on MSNBC was Melissa Harris Perry. I really adored her and respected her. She was so good. Her departure left a big void.

    We do however have up and coming star hosts these days at MSNBC. Ari Melber is really superb and also Steve Kornacki is top shelf. I wish he had his own show. He really deserves it. These are two of the best IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodward View Post
    I totally agree with your comment. He was an icon. Another icon that used to be on MSNBC was Melissa Harris Perry. I really adored her and respected her. She was so good. Her departure left a big void.

    We do however have up and coming star hosts these days at MSNBC. Ari Melber is really superb and also Steve Kornacki is top shelf. I wish he had his own show. He really deserves it. These are two of the best IMO.
    I agree with your posts about those journalistic stars on MSNBC.

    I know lots of folks hate on Rachelle Maddow. But I'm a news junkie and she's so wonky it's like savoring a chocolate sundae in summer!

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    And the superfine, super-intelligent Tamryn Hall! Think she's on CBS now.

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