I heard the news last night, but I did not learn the details until this morning. I was scratching my head, Paul Lockyer. I knew the name but could not put a face to him. Then after seeing the tributes today, I realise I have been watching him on tv for decades. Perhaps the sign of a good reporter is that they don't intrude into a story. Of course nothing good comes from a a face on the tv without good background people, and it seems the other two victims were very good at their jobs too.
Andrew - I have recognised Lockyer for years. He was a good looking man. To be honest I found him very attractive from his earliest days on television and so always paid careful attention whenever I saw him reporting.The tributes paid by their peers today clearly indicate that all three were held in the highest regard.
Quite so Victor. Selfishly, I think he and his mates are a big loss to our ABC which is now on one of its many precipices. Yep, he was a hot enough dude. To use the vernacular of the nineties, I'd do 'im.
I don't understand. Three good men going about their business, not hurting a soul, and wham! they die tragically in a total accident.Other turds like President Assad in Syria machineguns 2000 of his own citizens and will live to a ripe old age.
Avete a cuore il club di rete? E 'esatto dire che siete qualcuno che in realtà gode del livello straordinario e notevole di adrenalina e di fervore che i giunti di gioco digitale vi darà?