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Thursday, February 17, 2011

Oh, KFSM, I love you so much

Posted By on Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 10:53 AM

We were watching the health segment on KFSM (Channel 5) this past Monday, and it was almost like they were giving sharp-eyed viewers an early Christmas present.

At the Van Buren Library a local health club and folks from Summit Medical Center were giving a health talk. Among the topics discussed were heart attacks and strokes.

One medical professional stood in front of a bookcase - they were, after all, in a library - and spoke a little about about the importance of healthy lifestyles.

Over her right shoulder - and you may not be able to see this clearly on your computer - is a paperback novel on the bookshelf. The title?

Everybody Dies.

Oh, KFSM, you are my very favorite station in the whole world this week.



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The least interesting people were the ones who seemed to start with identifying themselves as "conservatives" and then tackled the issue with those blinders on. I've met plenty of uninteresting liberals who do the same thing. - John Moe, Conservatize Me: How I tried to become a Righty with the help of Richard Nixon, Sean Hannity, Toby Keith, and Beef Jerky




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