The following is an edited transcript of a recorded statement KNBR radio personality Tom Tolbert gave to the station about his absence over the last week. This is prerecorded, but I just wanted to get it out there in case anybody’s missed me. I don’t know who said this; it was a pretty good saying as sayings go: “We tend to overstate our own mortality.” I was just slapped in the face with that not that long ago, but I’ll get to why I’ve been gone. What happened was, I came home from work last Tuesday night, doing my normal stuff.
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