Sad news today:
no, YOU'RE off topic
Maya Angelou, as well.
That's a odd statement to make. No one's death is unimportant by any means, but it's quite safe to say that Maya Angelou touched many people in a much more profound way over the course of her life than did Malcolm Glazer (although Glazer's business accomplishments and philanthropic endeavors are nothing to sneeze at).
I am not going to sit here and discuss the death of 2 people by stating that one was more important than the other. Its pathetic, no matter how many people you feel Maya Angelou touched. To state, "More Importantly" is disgusting.
"Or Not" does not imply that her life/death wasn't important, it states that it is NOT more important.
You are correct. I should have stated it in a different way. I did not mean to imply anything.
MIchigan graduate not knowing the significance of Maya Angelou... sad.
starting from humble beginnings.
Maya will be missed but her legacy live on.
I always thought that was Al Davis
EX-man utd owner. His children own 90% of Man Utd, he hasn't run the club since a 2006 stroke and interestingly never set foot inside Old Trafford.
Since, you know, the title says it all.