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Why the hatred!!!

I used to be an avid "Today" show watcher. But then Katie left and it wasn't the same. Don't get me wrong, Al and Anne were still good. And Lester on the weekends. But Meredith is NO Katie. And I even watched the CBS Nightly News for a while just to support K.C.....not the same.

THANK GOD I started watching "GMA" this year. For the first time in several years, I have found a suitable morning suffragette family.



sigh.
I am falling into some kind of there's-nothing-for-me-to-do-oh-yes-there-is-but-I-don't-want-to-do-it routine. restless. gross. I have a job interview in two hours. wooo. listening to "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" on repeat = WIN

Any opinion on your morning show of choice? no? there are the Erie morning...things but they really just bum me out. there's only so many trivia questions or polls I can take!

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  1. I only watch the morning show on our local Fox affiliate. The New York-centric morning shows on ABC, NBC, and CBS are useless.

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  2. Well you live in a real city. I live in a culturally devoid bunghole.

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