RIP, he was an excellent newsman.
He had one of the most distinctive and comforting voices on TV. He and Ed Bradley were the heart of 60 Minutes...RIP.
Mr. Wallace was a pioneer in many areas of television.
A great journalist - another giant gone.
His reporting made a real difference in the public perception of many historic people and events.
Just saw the piece on MSNBC. He was a great journalist, and he will be always remembered for 60 minutes.
Rest in peace.
RIP Mike Wallace.
RIP, Mr. Wallace. Condolences to his family.
Wow, I had no idea he was so old. I quite liked him on 60 minutes. Condolences to his family and friends.
RIP Mr. Wallace
An MLB.com reporter asked what one thing Votto couldn’t do. “I can’t skate or play hockey,” Votto said. “Well, I can skate ... but I can’t stop.”
"I guess I'm just...I'm not used to someone putting me first." -Emma, Once Upon a Time, episode 2x3, Lady of the Lake
I felt like he would be around forever.
He was *the* voice of 60 minutes from the time I was a little kid (when the show first started), RIP Mike and, job well done.
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He was incomparable.
I can just imagine him approaching St. Peter at the gate, exclaiming, "I'm Mike Wallace."
RIP, Mike Wallace. Condolences to his family.
"60 Minutes" tribute will be next Sunday.
From the New York Times:
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Amazing man. He commanded your attention and spoke in words everyone understood. RIP Mr. Wallace.
Am I there yet?
"Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned / Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned."