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Terry Dorsey, R.I.P.

I'm not going to pretend I listened to Terry Dorsey more than a handful of times over the years. That may be overestimating it. But I always liked him, based on commercials like this one. He had a goofball energy that I appreciated. Dorsey was already missed by his fans and colleagues after his retirement last year. I'm sure they'd just started to get over it when this happened.
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I’m not going to pretend I listened to Terry Dorsey more than a handful of times over the years. That may be overestimating it. But I always liked him, based on commercials like this one. He had a goofball energy that I appreciated. Dorsey was already missed by his fans and colleagues after his retirement last year. I’m sure they’d just started to get over it when this happened.

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