Andy Rooney Hospitalized
October 26, 2011 by staff
Although the family is asking CBS not to reveal too many details, the condition is stable Rooney, the network said Tuesday. He refused to comment on his condition or where he is hospitalized.
Three weeks ago, Rooney, 92, delivered what he said would be his last essay regular CBS news magazine, according to MSNBC. I had been writing regularly for CBS from 149 for the first time as a writer for “Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts” and then “60 Minutes” in 1978.
“This is a moment I feared,” Rooney said in his essay of 1097 fifth and final, as reported by CNN. “I wish I could do this forever. But I can not.”
But Rooney also said he hated to be recognized on the street, reports the Boston Globe. So if you see it in a restaurant, said he signed off “, please let me eat my food.”
Rooney, who identifies himself first as a writer, he worked for the military newspaper Stars and Stripes, and wrote four books on World War II, according to the Boston Globe. He wrote for the show, Arthur Godfrey, Garry Moore and had a long-term partnership with journalist Harry Reasoner.
So the three-time Emmy winner, made clear in his announcement that while he retired to his regular role on the magazine that he had no intention of abandoning his career as a writer, reports NBC.
“Writers do not retire,” said Rooney, as reported by NBC, “and I will always be a writer.”
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