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Watching a Chevy Tahoe commercial "Nobody knows it but me".
Could that be one of Charles Karalt's writings?? Where may I get the complete
works?? M Collette<email@example.com - Mon Dec 16 16:30:49 2002
Charles Kuralt was the virtual equivalent of the father I never had, having lost mine at age 11. Charles' story and endearing voice provided me comfort through the years that the world was truly a place filled with wonder and wonderful people. I am a better person for all the Sunday Moring's I spent with him. And course for the On the Road series and people he introduced to me; ordinary people living extraordinary lives. I have the farewell comment .wav file saved on my pc. Whenever I need to be taken back to those wonderful places Charles took me, all I have to do is listen to his voice, again and again.
Rest well Charles, the world is a better place because of your presence here. Phil Leach<firstname.lastname@example.org - Fri Nov 29 21:40:01 2002A great man, we should all be blest to read his stories and be able to recall his voice as he describes so vividly the stories he told. Hunter Norman<email@example.com - Thu Nov 28 20:58:33 2002I think it would be nice if everyone remembered
Charles Kuralt as the kind, gentle, outstanding reporter he was and
not for his flaws. I think the world is indeed alitle better for his
sharing his views. Debra Shadwic firstname.lastname@example.org - Sat Nov 23 18:09:52 2002I THINK CHARLES GAVE US SO MUCH MORE THAN ANY OF US COULD HAVE EVER HOPED TO HAVE GIVEN HIM. IF,WE ARE DISAPPOINTED IN SOME OF THE PERSONAL ISSUES OF HIS LIFE, IT IS BECAUSE HE WAS SUCH A HERO TO MANY. BUT, CHARLES NEVER PRETENDED HE WAS SUPER HUMAN. WE SHOULD FOCUS ON HIS WONDERFUL WORK, HIS KIND AND COMPASSIONATE WAYS AND LEAVE THE REST BEHIND. WALLY OSBOR email@example.com - Sat Nov 23 13:57:39 2002I am searching for a fabulous description Mr. Kuralt once ascribed to New Orleans.
It ended with: "By the laws of grammar and the grace of God, New Orleans is the unique American place."
Can anyone help? Robbie VitranRobbie@trumpetadvertising.com - Wed Nov 6 6:47:27 2002I have always been a Charles Kuralt fan, even from
the time I was very young. In my endeavours to become a travel writer,
I've listened to his words and read his books and they've inspired
me. During my own travels across the country, I've often thoughts
of Mr. Kuralt and the important work he did in bring a large country
a little closer together. So thanks! Anne Marie McKennamckennaa@excite.com - Thu Oct 31 13:27:24 2002
I would like to thank you for your excellent
article, Forgiving Charles Kuralt. It needed so much to be said.
The gentleman who said he thought the affair made Mr. K. more interesting
was right, I think.I think, too, of the verse in the New Testament
about casting stones. This long, committed relationship took nothing
away from Mr. Kuralt's character, but made him just that much more
human. I will always remember him as an intelligent, articulate
writer and a warm and caring person. Barbara
Vinson firstname.lastname@example.org - Sat Oct 19 19:51:05 2002
I loved Charles Kuralt! Until I read "Forgiving
Charles Kuralt", I had forgotten there ever was a revelation about
the affair. He towers over all the rest of us mere mortals as such
a warm and wonderful human being that I am only surprised that there
was only one affair. I would guess that millions around the world
were drawn to such a remarkable man. Suffice it to say--well said.
Linda email@example.com - Mon Sep 30 6:28:04 2002
I watched Charles Kuralt since I was about twelve.
I have missed him every sunday since he left us and every July 4 since
has been quite somber. Casey Mickelson age 35 Santa Fe, NM Casey Mickelsonccmickelson@spinn.net -
Mon Sep 16 22:19:56 2002
An intellectually stimulating collection of insightful
and occasionally poignant commentaries, Charles Kuralt's People is
very highly recommended reading for students of the human condition in
and legions of Charles Kuralt fans in particular. — Midwest Book
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