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[*] posted on 5-16-2018 at 12:08 PM


Thanks David. That did get me in direct contact with the station, but unfortunately they are not able to provide my friends ten minute interview out on the tarmac.

They don't save unused, unedited videos that their reporters make. Bummer. I was hoping to pass his whole ten minutes onto to him and his family and close friends for posterity.

I guess I snoozed and losed and should have tried immediately after they first aired the report. Live and Learn. Thanks to all here.

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[*] posted on 5-16-2018 at 01:02 PM


Quote: Originally posted by surfhat  
Thanks David. That did get me in direct contact with the station, but unfortunately they are not able to provide my friends ten minute interview out on the tarmac.

They don't save unused, unedited videos that their reporters make. Bummer. I was hoping to pass his whole ten minutes onto to him and his family and close friends for posterity.

I guess I snoozed and losed and should have tried immediately after they first aired the report. Live and Learn. Thanks to all here.



i take it your friend is still alive... why dont you interview him again?




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[*] posted on 5-16-2018 at 03:58 PM


Very much alive he is. We and some other friends meet every week to solve the problems of the world.

Repeating those lost moments out on the tarmac with his favorite plane that he ever flew in the background will be hard to duplicate until next years show.

He was reluctant to speak at all with the reporter, but a little peer pressure from us did the trick this time.

Humility is an too rare thing these days, but was common with the greatest generation, at least in my own family's experience and holds true for his.
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