Same Kind of Different as Me
It can be hard to disagree with the heart and events of this true tale, except for when the movie reveals itself to be mighty…
From Randy in Eugene, OR:
Just posted this on the Yahoo News Message board:
I am very sorry to read that Roger is ill. I was just checking email when I ran across the story.
I have watched and enjoyed his movie reviews literally for decades. While not always agreeing with him, I respected the expertise and passion with which he defended his opinions.
I'm formerly from the Midwest and actually attended the University of Illinois (Urbana) while he was there. I just checked his Wikipedia bio and discovered he was BORN in Urbana! (Who knew?)
He was a graduating senior at that time and had already made a name for himself on campus working at the Daily Illini. I was a lowly freshman back then and
I believe that in one of those Letterman-style "brushes with greatness" I was once accidentally in the same room with him. I actually saw and recognized him! Later, when he became much more famous, I would think "There's that guy I went to college with!" (more or less).
"Will you still need me, will you still feed me, When I'm sixty-four?"
Yes, Roger, we do...
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