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Somehow he remembered what every single person wanted to say and framed his questions based on the answers we had given him earlier. I had just made the worst possible first impression on George and, oh yeah, millions of other people too. After the show, the audience was invited to hang out in the lobby to schmooze with George and get their pictures taken with him. She somehow picked me out of the crowd when I was making an ass of myself on national television earlier. I also mentioned that I’d be there for almost two weeks next month."Well give me a call when you’re in town," he said. Besides, it was pushing at this point and he was on his way out the door. As he made his way over to me, I was getting more and more nervous. It was a hard question, something about the opposition. As soon as he walked in the room, he was swarmed by a gaggle of girls. She’s officially the first internet friend I have met in person and it was a lot of fun speaking face to face. We talked about cars and David Suzuki and work and stuff. "We don’t have a studio audience in Toronto but you can come down and hang out."What I wanted to say, but didn’t, was "Why wait until Toronto? Host of CBC TV’s popular George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight and CBC Radio’s The Strombo Show, Stroumboulopoulos is most content when experiencing life on the edge.This rebel however brings his passion to important social and environmental causes that take him to such far flung places from the high Arctic, the earthquake torn streets of Haiti to conflict-torn Sudan.Any interesting places outside North America you have done a motorcycle trip? In Sudan I got into a bit of problem with the Janjaweed. I felt less safe in parts of New Orleans then I felt in Haiti. What’s the “must have” item that you bring on every trip?
Suddenly, George was looming above me and a camera was thrust in my face. I tried to repeat what I had said earlier but it came out all wrong. I inched closer and closer to their circle but before I could introduce myself a pushy woman elbowed her way in and thrust her teenage daughter in front of George. Someone from CBC was taking Polaroid pictures of George and his fans so I marched over to where he was standing and said, "Can I get one of those?
Police said Hong was a 41-year-old Canadian who lived in Los Angeles. Stroumboulopoulos, the former "Hockey Night in Canada" host, said in a prepared statement that he's "heartbroken" after a "dear friend" was found dead.
Stroumboulopoulos indicated he was in New York City when he learned of it.
A girl raised her hand and said she wanted to say something about how we need more government accountability. I haven’t seen the footage and I don’t ever want to see it. At p.m., George faced the camera as Newsworld went live to Vancouver for reaction. He talked about hockey and how he just learned to skate. He told me he read my blog the other day but neglected to mention whether that was a good or bad thing. I started reading her blog after she left a few comments on mine.
He ran up and down the aisles and posed questions to those who volunteered to comment. I was left sitting there feeling like I had been dropped from the eye of a tornado. He then turned his back on the pushy mom and her teenage daughter and the four hot chicks. My mind flashed to all the gushing posts I had written about him and I felt exposed and embarrassed. The conversation ended almost as quickly as it began when a loud woman with a group of teenagers from the YMCA pulled him onto the patio for a group photo."You’re not in a rush to go anywhere are you? She confessed that she found my blog by googling George’s name. I told I was actually from Toronto and that my parents still lived there.
He asked me a question and I started talking into the camera. She then demanded to know where the coolest place in Vancouver was.