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Roger Ebert (AP Photo / Michel Euler)
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September 27, 2016

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September 27, 2016

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April 5, 2013
Years ago, I was sitting at the window in a downtown Chicago hot dog joint, and Roger walked by, heading toward the Sun-Times building. It was one of those very brisk Chicago days, and he was well-bundled, with his head down, fighting against the wind. I wanted to run after him, to tell him how many movies I had seen - big and small - just because he told me about them. I didn't, but he did. God's speed, Roger.
April 5, 2013
I am huge fan of films and it's singularly because of Siskle & Ebert.

I will miss them both terribly now, but their legacy of decency, honestly, enthusiasm, lust for life and intelligent conversation will endure for ever and I rejoice so much for them sharing these and many other gifts with me and the world.

So on this day of Mr. Ebert's passing I especially wish to convey I will remember him always and I offer to him and his family the only words I think reflect what I feel this morning;

Bless you, farewell and thank you so much, thank you, thank you and thank you.
April 5, 2013
Rip roger
April 5, 2013
He lived his life with "A Two Thumbs Up"! My sympathy to his family.
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