There are no accolades that I can give which haven’t already been uttered on this brother’s behalf… The Guinness World Record he received for being continually on the air for 65 years [in 2009] is a testament to his genius. He lasted on the air for so long because he loved what he did and the recipients of that love gave it right back.
Take a minute and consider what would you do if your Internet access were slowed down to the speeds you had with dial up back in the 90s?
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Remember, the “I Have a Dream” speech was really about the bounced check that America owes to African-Americans.