The Campaign For DA

6.29.2016

The Incredible Story Of Former Local Sports Radio Show Host Walter Lynn


Story by Richie Whitt.

9 comments:

RPM said...

Had no idea what became of Wally. Just assumed he moved on to another market. The Sports Brothers was a daily ritual for me.

Anonymous said...

wow

Anonymous said...

My kids ask me why I don't play the lottery.....I'm afraid I will "win"...

Anonymous said...

Now that's a friend right there. Was he also should have included in the letter was if he ever got pulled over for a DUI he should call the pink t-ball bat attorney Skippy Finfrock

Anonymous said...

Wow... sports talk show host to millionaire to having to sell it all and then to homeless. Not sure I'd handle that much different myself.

Anonymous said...

What a chickenshit look at me article from Whitt. This guy is no friend, he did this for attention for Himself, and publicly embarrassed someone in the process.

You can't know what it is like when you have lost everything. With the uber judgmental North Texas crowd you can never recover. You can't work again and it will likely take a couple hundred thousand dollars to reestablish...but where you going to get that scratch when nobody will hire you. A fall from grace here is a death sentence...I hope he moved on to greener pastures and a place where true Christianity shines above the plastic, generic version that permeates the Metroplex. If not, at least allow him the dignity to drink himself to death with out piling on painful life stories.

Doc Logic said...

Agree 453.....agree

Anonymous said...

4:53 you are so right about the plastic, generic version of Christianity here in North Texas. Don't get me wrong I am fortunate to know good Christian people who walk the walk and show what that is supposed to mean but there are a lot of those plastic people around.

Anonymous said...

Christian does not equal good people. My wife and I are surrounded by these people who are uberchristian, yet, when my wife had cancer not one showed up to lend a hand or a shoulder to cry on, Christian apologist may say that they hate our guts, but these people continue to pass themselves as our friends and great Christians.