Andy Rooney, the man who brought us the wrap up after every "60 Minutes" segment, died Friday night at the age of 92.
Before landing his infamous role on "60 Minutes" in 1978, Rooney was a reporter, writer, and producer for television for decades.
With his career on "60 Minutes" he created over 1,000 mini-essays. Usually these invited viewers to see the world, and random objects, in a new light.
The Wall Street Journal reported that he once proposed National Wastebasket Day in honor of the inventor.
Aside from his "60-Minutes" job, which he held for 33 years, Rooney wrote a syndicated newspaper column and wrote best-selling books based on his columns and scripts.