Paul Harvey and the rest of the story

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Paul Harvey and the rest of the story

WierdAl WierdAl
Since I can remember I have always enjoyed the rest of the story, with Paul Harvey. I know he died several years ago. I was just curious if anyone else enjoyed his commenteries?
09/25/2011
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Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
I remember my mom listening to him in the mornings. There was a clock radio that sat on our windowsill in our eat-in kitchen, and Paul Harvey's broadcast would always come on in the mornings while she sat at the table having coffee. We'd always have to leave for her to take us to school during his broadcast, but she'd pick him up again in the car during our drive. I loved listening to him then, but I never sought out his broadcasts when I grew up and was on my own.

I associate Paul Harvey and his gravelly voice, his ability to build anticipation, his dramatic pause, the infamous "rest of the story," and his cheerful "G'day!" with reassuring childhood memories.
09/25/2011
married with children married with children
yes, my ex boss would listen to him every day on the radio at lunch time. So I would be able to hear him every day.
09/27/2011
Wildchild Wildchild
I iss his commentaries. Sometimes it was like you were traveling back in time just listening to him read, the rest of the story.
09/27/2011
kadytheredpanda kadytheredpanda
My mom would listen to him every Saturday. When I wrote a Scooby Doo fanfiction entitled "101 Ways to Kill Scrappy (I was 14 at the time, mind you)" I had a special chapter where Paul Harvey "narrated." XD
09/28/2011
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