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Should Dick clark retire from New Years hosting?

  • yes he should retire (and start aging)

    Votes: 10 90.9%
  • no, he's awesome

    Votes: 1 9.1%
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I think the New Year show is the only thing he still does!
 

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So far, I'm the only one that voted for him to STAY. Dick Clark is a legend. But more than that, he is an example of overcoming adversity and dissability. I was able to understand his speech and I admired his courage for being on camera with all that difficulty. Our world isn't all super-models and leading men. We have become a nation of "throw-aways" and that includes people too. Dick Clark is definately swimming up stream. The New Year show is a once-a-year program. I think I can tolerate (admire) Dick Clark for a few hours. OK, that's all. Happy New Year to All.
 

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So far, I'm the only one that voted for him to STAY. Dick Clark is a legend. But more than that, he is an example of overcoming adversity and dissability. I was able to understand his speech and I admired his courage for being on camera with all that difficulty. Our world isn't all super-models and leading men. We have become a nation of "throw-aways" and that includes people too. Dick Clark is definately swimming up stream. The New Year show is a once-a-year program. I think I can tolerate (admire) Dick Clark for a few hours. OK, that's all. Happy New Year to All.
Great comments Ted! And you are right. I personnaly have never cared for Mr Clark, even back in his earlier days, but your piont about throw-aways remains valid. I think much of our American market is hurting from the same problem.

Cheers
 
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