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Thu May 3 10:00 am  #2


Re: RIP, Wayne McLean

Thanks for posting this

Never worked with Wayne but back around 1980 met him one hot summer day around a buddy's pool.

It was -- to say the least-- interesting.

Resilient guy when it came to the business.

R.I.P.


"I'll kick your ass down Yonge Street"... CFTR's Robert Holiday circa 1979...
 

Sun May 6 1:09 am  #3


Re: RIP, Wayne McLean

Worked briefly for and with him in Ottawa. If you only liked tabloid fare, you enjoyed his talk show. But a dreadful news director.

 

Sun May 6 12:36 pm  #4


Re: RIP, Wayne McLean

Was that really necessary?

 

Sun May 6 1:16 pm  #5


Re: RIP, Wayne McLean

Samaritan wrote:

Was that really necessary?

So in death we're not allowed to discuss somebody's faults? Nonsense.

 

Sun May 6 1:49 pm  #6


Re: RIP, Wayne McLean

BoredOp wrote:

Samaritan wrote:

Was that really necessary?

So in death we're not allowed to discuss somebody's faults? Nonsense.

Not a comparison, but I seem to miss knowing all about Hitler's many positive traits. Again, not a comparison.
 

 

Sun May 6 7:16 pm  #7


Re: RIP, Wayne McLean

cGrant wrote:

BoredOp wrote:

Samaritan wrote:

Was that really necessary?

So in death we're not allowed to discuss somebody's faults? Nonsense.

Not a comparison, but I seem to miss knowing all about Hitler's many positive traits. Again, not a comparison.
 

At which station did Hitler work?

 

Mon May 7 8:19 am  #8


Re: RIP, Wayne McLean

cGrant wrote:

BoredOp wrote:

Samaritan wrote:

Was that really necessary?

So in death we're not allowed to discuss somebody's faults? Nonsense.

Not a comparison, but I seem to miss knowing all about Hitler's many positive traits. Again, not a comparison.
 

Thanks for Godwinning the thread. And since you've asked, he was a pretty decent painter and was hoping to make it through life that way. As in art, not houses!

#themoreyouknow

 

Thu May 10 9:13 pm  #9


Re: RIP, Wayne McLean

cGrant wrote:

BoredOp wrote:

Samaritan wrote:

Was that really necessary?

So in death we're not allowed to discuss somebody's faults? Nonsense.

Not a comparison, but I seem to miss knowing all about Hitler's many positive traits. Again, not a comparison.
 

Are you effing for real?  Get back under your rock. Why are you allowed to post on this forum. Get a job. Oh, you must have tried.