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Don LaFontaine dead at 68

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Duluth native Don LaFontaine is dead. You probably remember him from his voice overs for movie trailers...."In a world where____"

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Me too, very sad news. On another subject, Sand, I love your Avatar, can you post the url? I would love to borrow it for the next few months. It would be great to have a bunch of supporters post it.

Windy

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I just did a google search, downloaded it and put it in my photobucket. If you want, you can email me at s_e_hendricks @ Comcast.net and I'll send it to you.

Did you change your name Windy?

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Sand,

My cookies got cleaned out at work and I could not log on so I shot a request for a temp pass word and didn't want to wait for it so I just created my alter ego at work. Still the same ole Windy, for better or for worse! LOL

Windy

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Not to be picky but his first name is DON. My older sister is friends with his sister. I met him once at a Duluth recording studio back in the late 70's I was auditioning for some voice over work, Got the we will call you if we need you and pat on the back. Nice guy...

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