They're at opposite ends of the spectrum, these two. Age- and career-wise, I mean.
Jonathan, who is 17 years old, is someone who came to my intention in a negative way four years ago as he was a featured speaker at a Republican event and as such, spouted much of the nonsense he'd been inundated with on talk radio.
Now he's a grown-up 17-year-old liberal philosopher, getting ready to trundle off to an education at New York University. He was impressive this evening as a guest on MSNBC's "Hardball," where he was interviewed by Michael Smerconish who was subbing for the usual host, Chris Matthews.
I'll have to look around for that interview. Meanwhile, here's some other current analysis (and a look back) at Jonathan Krohn.
And then there's Andy Griffith, who passed away today at the age of 86. Most of the jabbering has been about "The Andy Griffith Show," much less about his other hit TV show, "Matlock," and only a tiny bit about his brilliant acting in "A Face in the Crowd" and in "No Time for Sergeants" and ...
...and I have yet to hear a word about "What It Was Was Football." Here it is, courtesy of YouTube.
And then there was this interview of Andy (and Don Knotts) from the Today show.
And Frances Bavier, who played Aunt Bee, was memorialized HERE.
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