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Jim Elbrecht wrote:

> Makes it a lot easier to watch the morning news-ertainment. I tape
> 4 hours worth and watch them in 1/2 hour instead of the usual 1 1/2.


Ha, I do the same thing. I get the highlights of the news, some
segments are interesting/informative, but who could sit through
4 hours every day. The past weeks and now this week especially,
ZZZZZZZIIIP. Really, I don't care about seating plans and
commemorative plates.

> But I have to admit I watched he piece on the wedding cakes on
> yesterday's Today show.<g> Cookies crumbled into chocolate? I'm
> in.


I did finally watch two royal segments for the first time yesterday,
hats and cake. Funny.

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Nancy Young wrote:
> Jim Elbrecht wrote:
>
>> Makes it a lot easier to watch the morning news-ertainment. I
>> tape
>> 4 hours worth and watch them in 1/2 hour instead of the usual 1
>> 1/2.

>
> Ha, I do the same thing. I get the highlights of the news, some
> segments are interesting/informative, but who could sit through
> 4 hours every day. The past weeks and now this week especially,
> ZZZZZZZIIIP. Really, I don't care about seating plans and
> commemorative plates.
>
>> But I have to admit I watched he piece on the wedding cakes on
>> yesterday's Today show.<g> Cookies crumbled into chocolate? I'm
>> in.

>
> I did finally watch two royal segments for the first time yesterday,
> hats and cake. Funny.
>
> nancy


I'm a traitor. I haven't watched any of it. I wish them well - they
have a tough road ahead.

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