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Tuesday, September 05, 2006
Phinish the Phrase: Down Under Edition
Irwin, wife Terri and an albino Burmese python
WIP host Steve Martarano's reaction to hearing that Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin was killed by a sting ray: "It's not news that he died. It was news yesterday that he was still alive." What was your reaction to his death? Phinish the Phrase:
When I heard that the Crocodile Hunter died, I thought ...