NPR Reporter I Never Heard of Described as “Beloved” in Headline About His Death

Entry question- what one word adjective would be used to sum you up in your obituary?

This is just a small aside and an observation.

Some guy named Craig Windham, a guy that hardly anyone has ever heard of, was described by the media as beloved after he died suddenly of a heart embolism. He was 66. He was an NPR radio personality.

Maybe he was a great guy, who knows? Beloved? Okay, whatever you say.

I looked high and low for a headline that said that the beloved Antonin Scalia died. I found one reference —> HERE.

Scalia was beloved by conservatives, but since the left controls the media, Craig “who?” Windham is described as beloved (because he’s on National Progressive Radio) and Scalia gets rolled up in the bedroom carpeting and hauled off to his quick burial, never having been described by the media as anything but “controversial.”

Was Andrew Breitbart ever described as “beloved” in the MSM? Nope.

But I can guarantee you that Zsa Zsa Huffington will be when she kicks the bucket.

But there’s no left-wing bias in the media,

 

 

 

 

 

19 Comments on NPR Reporter I Never Heard of Described as “Beloved” in Headline About His Death

  1. Everytime a teacher dies, he or she is always beloved;
    funny, I’ll bet i they checked around they could find plenty of students that didn’t feel that way.

  2. WE’RE ON OUR 8TH YEAR OF OBAMA AND THE CULPABLE LEFTIST MORONS SAYING “FUCK YOU”.

    WELL, THE “FUCK YOU” COMEUPPANCE IS ON ITS WAY TO A “LIVING” PROGRESSIVE NEAR YOU!

    A DEAD LIBERAL = CHEERS!

  3. Until a couple weeks ago, I noticed that one of the top search results when you looked up Breitbart’s name was the headline “Death of a Douche” from the oh-so-professional Rolling St0ne. This is nearly 4 years after this article was published. Classy.

  4. Cantankerous.

    And patriotic.

    It would be impossible to write an article about my life, because I swear I don’t have one.

  5. In ancient Farsi and Arabic “beloved” meant “takes it up the ass” as in: “little Clockmed, beloved by his father, his uncles, and many passers-by” and “Obola, beloved by any man who had a ten-spot … or a winning smile.”

    You could look it up.

  6. Entry question- what one word adjective would be used to sum you up in your obituary?

    I would have to let my loved ones and life-long customers choose that.

    I filled different roles for different people at different times. I’m sure there’s some common thread they could identify that would be true for all.

    Hell if I know.

  7. It would be impossible to write an article about my life, because I swear I don’t have one.

    Looks like you did it it one sentence.

    You’re more talented than you think.

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