Gonna miss yah buddy. Great getting to know Mike 1-on-1 over the past 4 years. Mike was often misunderstood but a brilliant man. Good to see he was able to spend time with family in Minnesota over the past year. Official Obit; MIKE-OBIT

More DaCola videos of Mike.

3 Thoughts on “RIP, Professor Mike Myers

  1. The D@ily Spin on April 28, 2017 at 10:46 am said:

    I met and talked to Mr. Myers a few times. Like but a few of us in this corner of the state, he recognized citizen rights are flagrantly infringed. He had justified issues with Vermillion Law School. He was a one of a kind mentor who will be missed.

  2. If you are part of the “establishment” it’s easy to make fun of rabble rousers and provocateurs. You can hit them legally, verbally and physically plus financially to trying to stop them. People like Mike Myers continue to bounce back until there is no ability to carry on.

    I only met Mike Myers a few years ago after the interesting death of Richard Benda. Mike asked questions everyone else was afraid to ask. With his legal mind, he tried to explain so we could understand the story inconsistencies.

    Mike decided to fight the “big guys” of the health industrial complex to the point of being fired from his non-tenured teaching position at the University of South Dakota School of Law. He saw errors in the way the health industry used his example of hospital consolidation to ruin the American healthcare system.

    I shot a series of videos of Mike, documenting some of his recent projects and travails. He was a prankster, thinker and fighter for his beloved Sioux Falls north-end little guy. It was great he was able to move up to the Twin Cities to be closer to his beloved family.

    Enjoy some of the videos I recorded: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBkcje2tWnPXUo0tEoZMimL4a4bR_2PQD

  3. l3wis on April 28, 2017 at 1:53 pm said:

    I see Pitty couldn’t resist to piss on his grave;


    Pat, he moved to MPLS to be close to kids and grandkids and was happily living in Calhoun Square and doing a radio show. Perfectly healthy 80 year olds die in their sleep all the time.

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