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Re: events

> I just wish the TV weather people would not try so hard to sensationalize
> coming storms.  They have taken over the commercial TV channels for over 2
> hours now with their non-stop bulletins reporting every downed limb and
> disappointed there was no major destruction.

Don't you just hate that?  You're watching a show - staying indoors because
you already KNOW there is a storm.  And they are just about to reveal who
the killer is when.....and now back to your regularly scheduled program,
which is now over, but you're just in time to catch all the commercials.  I
have always felt the printed band at the bottom of the screen is plenty.


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