posted on May, 11 2011 @ 07:40 PM
At first, when I read the OP, I said count me in with thinking he was already dead because I remembered a big deal being made about the son taking
over. Then I thought and thought about it and remembered that he had simply retired. But seriously for a good 10 minutes, I was ready to say, yeah,
count me in with those that remember him dying.
Frankly, sometimes I think we only pay half attention (or even less) to the all stories that inundate and bombard us daily. They into our heads in
bits and pieces so there's no way we can ever remember the whole story. Then when something else triggers that partial memory, maybe our brain in
trying to search for the rest fills it in for us from a list of possibilities, and if we ponder that and decide on one of those, when that memory is
triggered again at a later date, that last thing is what we remember.
That slip Shepard Smith made though...bizarre.