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Charles L. Smith spews:
Sorry I missed it. I was intrigued that none of the printed obits mentioned that he was one of the Seattle Seven, or that one of Nixon’s Justice Department lackeys described him as a “public enemy”.
He was a good man, a fallible human, and he did the best he could with what he had.
Alan J. Stein spews:
Actually, Walt was not one of the Seattle Seven. But you can read more about them here:
Of course, one person who was a member was Jeff Dowd, the inspiration for “The Dude” in The Big Lebowski.
Goldy, it was a pleasure chatting with you at the service. Glad you could attend, and I’ll try to make it to the next “Drinking Liberally,” to raise a glass in honor of Walt.
Walt has now become one of the Seattle 7? He would get a chuckle out of that.
Maybe he could be number 8. :-)