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Mar. 6th, 2005 @ 11:33 am I just want to say
this again.

Thank you.

I'll also add that I'd like to see Dr. Wayne Dyer, Suze Orman, the weirdos from "America's Home Cooking", et al, in some sort of bizarre reality game show where they're forced to listen to Andrea Bocelli, Disco All-Stars, Soul Legends, etc. And at the end, they all die. I'd fucking endow PBS for that.

What the hell is disco doing on public television, anyway? That just pisses me off. Okay, perhaps an "American Experience" about the disco era would be acceptable. But these concerts are just inane.
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Date:March 6th, 2005 10:16 am (UTC)
I just have to say - Suze Orman was on WNYC on Thursday morning and she gave some AMAZING advice - how to get 0% APR credit cards, info on FICO scores - it was aimed at young folks, so it was really useful.

She's still a weirdo though.

And the concerts drive me crazy, especially when they preempt Coupling.

Now, if you want to enjoy a pledge drive, you're on the wrong channel.

Current Listening: The Glen Jones Radio Program, featuring X-Ray Burns, on the Freeform Station of the Nation, the Hot 91.1, WFMU.org
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Date:March 6th, 2005 12:10 pm (UTC)


I guess she could be useful, but the fact that I only see her on PBS when they're trying to raise money seems wrong to me. If she had a half hour show and then did pledge break specials I probably wouldn't mind so much.
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Date:March 6th, 2005 02:04 pm (UTC)

Re: Okay.

Well, I do agree with your take on the pledge drive season, doo-wop shows, and Suze in general.
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Date:March 6th, 2005 09:14 pm (UTC)
When you said America's Home Cooking, I thought you meant the America's Test Kitchen people and I was confused since I didn't think they would be promoting PBS at all.

What's so weird about those home cooking people since I haven't seen them at all.