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    Re: G. Gordon Liddy 1930-2021

    Good riddance.
    Now begins the winter of our discombobulation.

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    Re: G. Gordon Liddy 1930-2021

    John Dean Lives.
    People who can’t make the world into a story, go mad.

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    Re: G. Gordon Liddy 1930-2021

    He was the daddy gee in Steely Dan’s “my old school”. He busted Fagen and Becker for smoking weedwhen they were at Bard College.

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    Re: G. Gordon Liddy 1930-2021

    I went to a small college in Kentucky. The student council president paid a big amount of money to have Liddy speak at the school. It was wildly unpopular and that SGA president was not re-elected the next time. It was actually very surprising the school even allowed this to happen as they were/are a very conservative school that wants to stay away from any controversy.
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    Re: G. Gordon Liddy 1930-2021

    G Gordon Liddy was a tremendous radio talent- 1990s talk radio was something, he made it all the better.

    I loved that show, disagreed with him on everything.

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    Re: G. Gordon Liddy 1930-2021

    His narration in his Playboy Interview of how he could have killed John Dean with a pencil was interesting.

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    Re: G. Gordon Liddy 1930-2021

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    His narration in his Playboy Interview of how he could have killed John Dean with a pencil was interesting.
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