I loved Harvey Korman. He was a hilarious guy. I’m sorry he’s dead. NPR told me about it this morning.
You know what it also told me? During a newsbreak, where each item should be as brief as possible to get to as many things as they can in the several minutes they have, the newsreader valiantly macheted his way through the following:
Korman died of complications from surgery to repair a ruptured aortic aneurysm. He had undergone several major surgeries.
Why do we have to know this? What gives us the right to know this? Why does NPR think it appropriate to shout it out of a million radios?
I just talked about this a few days ago and here they go again.