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Former radio host Don Imus has died. I must gain both fame and notoriety for his newsmaking interviews. Edgy comedy bits, drug and alcohol problems, long running feud with radio host Howard Stern and his charity work for kids with cancer in 2007. I am this face public outrage. And his show was canceled by CBS and MSNBC after he made racist comments about the Rutgers women's basketball team. I missed later returned to radio, but health problems forced him to retire in 2018. After nearly 50 years ...
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