Best wishes to Charlie Bond, who is familiar to anyone who walks downtown. He’s recovering from being hit by a DRIVER, not a car, which is doubly interesting in that the local chain newspaper pays tribute to the man’s legendary status as super basketball fan, without ever having once mentioned the Spring Street incident that sent him to the hospital.
I wonder what happened? Isn’t that why we have newspapers in the first place? Maybe Bill should send hyper-content provider Tom May to either get the story, or proselytize. There’s probably a third column slot in there somewhere.
No wonder there is a proliferation of chiropractors. You spend all your time shaking your head.
MORRIS: Every team needs a super fan like Charlie Bond, by Chris Morris (Tom May Every Day and Sunday)
… While sitting around last week recovering from a medical procedure, I found out that Charlie was hit by a car along Spring Street in New Albany. He suffered numerous injuries and was taken to University of Louisville Hospital. It will be a long recovery …
… But just like there has never been another player like Romeo Langford, there will never be another fan like Charlie Bond. He has gained legendary status by just being Charlie. He lives for basketball season. He’s a true Bulldog.